[MARMAM] Latest Issue of Sirenews Available Online
caryns at sirenian.org
Mon Nov 8 09:16:29 PST 2010
The latest issue of Sirenews is now available online at http://sirenian.org/sirenews/54OCT2010.pdf
Table of Contents
1. Report from the 1st Official Meeting of the Signatory States:
UNEP/CMS Conservation of Dugong MoU
2. Historic Technical Meeting on Dugong Research and Conservation
held in Madagascar
3. USGS Survey News Release: Manatee subspecies genetically
confirmed, but diversity challenge looms: Two Belize populations
offer opportunity in a desert of genetic diversity.
4. Sirenian Action Plan in Brazil & Aquatic Mammal Stranding Network
6. Sirenian Workshop During Latin American Aquatic Mammal Meeting
7. Local News Australia: Distribution and abundance of dugong in the
Kimberly Region, North Western Australia
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