[MARMAM] Aquatic Mammals 37.1 now available online
Kathleen M. Dudzinski
kdudzinski at dolphincommunicationproject.org
Mon Feb 28 04:27:44 PST 2011
Dear MARMAM and ECS-talk subscribers,
Apologies to those of you who will receive duplicate emails due to
cross-posting. The following two titles represent the contents of the
most recent issue (Volume 37, issue 1, 2011) of Aquatic Mammals. This
is a special issue with one article presented in chapters and one
Historical Perspectives essay.
Aquatic Mammals is the longest running peer-reviewed journal dedicated
to research on aquatic mammals and is published quarterly with
manuscripts available as published PDFs in real time. Further
information about the journal can be found at: http://www.aquaticmammalsjournal.org/
Instructions for authors and formatting guidelines can be found in the
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To submit a manuscript for publication consideration, please visit: http://am.expressacademic.org/actions/author.php
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Please do not contact the listserve editors for PDFs or copies of the
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Volume 37, issue 1 contents
Cetacean Stock Assessments in Relation to Exploration and Production
Industry Activity and Other Human Pressures: Review and Data Needs
Authors: Frank Thomsen, Sophy R. McCully, Laura R. Weiss, Daniel T.
Wood, Karema J. Warr, Jon Barry, Robin J. Law
Historical Perspectives: From Switches to Menus and Students to HQPs—
The Evolving World of Marine Mammal Bioacoustics
Essay by Jack Terhune
Thank you for your continued interest in the journal and abstract
Kathleen Dudzinski, Ph.D.
Editor, Aquatic Mammals
aquaticmammals at gmail.com
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