[MARMAM] Contents: Marine Mammal Science Vol 24(3)

Jan Herrmann jan.herrmann at cetacea.de
Sat Aug 30 00:26:07 PDT 2008


Dear all,

Marine Mammal Science Vol 24(3) has the following
table of contents.

By clicking the following link you are guided to Wiley
InterScience, where you can find abstracts and contact
information:
<http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/120840543/issue>

Users of the Papyrus Bibliography System
(for Mac and DOS/Windows) can download
the references with abstracts and contact information
from <http://www.cetacea.de/mms>.

Please do not contact MARMAM, the MARMAM editors or
me for reprints. Thank you.

Kindest Regards,
Jan Herrmann

------ Marine Mammal Science Vol. 24(3) ------

ARTICLES

Kaplan, C.C., G.C. White, and B.R. Noon. 2008. Neonatal survival of 
Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus). Marine Mammal Science 24(3): 
443-461.

Stelle, L.L., W.M. Megill, and M.R. Kinzel. 2008. Activity budget and 
diving behavior of gray whales (Eschrichtius robustus) in feeding 
grounds off coastal British Columbia. Marine Mammal Science 24(3): 
462-478.

Fripp, D. and P.L. Tyack. 2008. Postpartum whistle production in 
bottlenose dolphins. Marine Mammal Science 24(3): 479-502.

Flach, L., P.A. Flach, and A.G. Chiarello. 2008. Aspects of 
behavioral ecology of Sotalia guianensis in Sepetiba Bay, southeast 
Brazil. Marine Mammal Science 24(3): 503-515.

Witteveen, B.H. et al. 2008. Investigation of foraging habits and 
prey selection by humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) using 
acoustic tags and concurrent fish surveys. Marine Mammal Science 
24(3): 516-534.

Baird, R.W. et al. 2008. Site fidelity and association patterns in a 
deep-water dolphin: Rough-toothed dolphins (Steno bredanensis) in the 
Hawaiian Archipelago. Marine Mammal Science 24(3): 535-553.

Porras-Peters, H. et al. 2008. Trophic level and overlap of sea lions 
(Zalophus californianus) in the Gulf of California, Mexico. Marine 
Mammal Science 24(3): 554-576.

Blundell, G.M. and G.W. Pendleton. 2008. Estimating age of harbor 
seals (Phoca vitulina) with incisor teeth and morphometrics. Marine 
Mammal Science 24(3): 577-590.

Baird, R.W. et al. 2008. False killer whales (Pseudorca crassidens) 
around the main Hawaiian Islands: Long-term site fidelity, 
inter-island movements, and association patterns. Marine Mammal 
Science 24(3): 591-612.

Dunlop, R.A., D.H. Cato, and M.J. Noad. 2008. Non-song acoustic 
communication in migrating humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae). 
Marine Mammal Science 24(3): 613-629.

Baird, R.W. et al. 2008. Diel variation in beaked whale diving 
behavior. Marine Mammal Science 24(3): 630-642.

Krahn, M.M. et al. 2008. Use of chemical tracers to assess diet and 
persistent organic pollutants in Antarctic Type C killer whales. 
Marine Mammal Science 24(3): 643-663.

Hernandez-Camacho, C.J., D. Aurioles-Gamboa, and L.R. Gerber. 2008. 
Age-specific birth rates of California sea lions (Zalophus 
californianus) in the Gulf of California, Mexico. Marine Mammal 
Science 24(3): 664-676.

Proffitt, K.M., R.A. Garrott, and J.J. Rotella. 2008. Long-term 
evaluation of body mass at weaning and postweaning survival rates of 
Weddell seals in Erebus Bay, Antarctica. Marine Mammal Science 24(3): 
677-689.

Branch, T.A. and Y.A. Mikhalev. 2008. Regional differences in length 
at sexual maturity for female blue whales based on recovered Soviet 
whaling data. Marine Mammal Science 24(3): 690-703.


NOTES

Ilangakoon, A.D. et al. 2008. Community interviews on the status of 
the dugong (Dugong dugon) in the Gulf of Mannar (India and Sri 
Lanka). Marine Mammal Science 24(3): 704-710.

Gnone, G. et al. 2008. The orientation of cutaneous ridges influences 
the appearance of longitudinal stripes on the skin surface of 
bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus). Marine Mammal Science 
24(3): 711-718.

Dahlheim, M.E. et al. 2008. Eastern temperate North Pacific offshore 
killer whales (Orcinus orca): Occurrence, movements, and insights 
into feeding ecology. Marine Mammal Science 24(3): 719-729.

Rosing-Asvid, A. 2008. A new harp seal whelping ground near South 
Greenland. Marine Mammal Science 24(3): 730-736.

Best, P.B. 2008. Nineteenth-century evidence for the Golfo de Panama 
as a migratory destination for southern humpback whales, including 
the first mention of singing. Marine Mammal Science 24(3): 737-742.


LETTERS

Ohsumi, S. and H. Kato. 2008. A bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops 
truncatus) with fin-shaped hind appendages. Marine Mammal Science 
24(3): 743-745.

Nachtigall, P.E., C. Reichmuth, and R.J. Schusterman. 2008. Healthy 
Stranded Animals and Laboratory Research. Marine Mammal Science 
24(3): 746.


ERRATA

Duffy-Echevarria, E.E., R.C. Connor, and D.J. St. Aubin. 2008. 
Errata: In "Observations of strand-feeding behavior by bottlenose 
dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in Bull Creek, South Carolina," by Erin 
Duffy-Echevarria, Richard C. Connor and David J. St. Aubin, published 
in Marine Mammal Science 24:202-206, the image in Figure 1 was 
reversed. The bottlenose dolphins were observed strand-feeding on 
their right sides. Marine Mammal Science 24(3): 747.

Freitas, C. et al. 2008. Errata: In "A simple new algorithm to filter 
marine mammal Argos locations" by Carla Freitas, Christian Lydersen, 
Michael A. Fedak and Kit M. Kovacs, published in Marine Mammal 
Science 24:315-325, there is an error in Equation 2. Marine Mammal 
Science 24(3): 747.

-- 
--> jan.herrmann -at - cetacea.de



More information about the MARMAM mailing list