[MARMAM] New publication: Rare Southern California Sperm Whale Sighting

Cathy Bacon cathyebacon at gmail.com
Thu Oct 25 19:49:58 PDT 2012


Dear Colleagues,
We are pleased to announce that the following article has just been
published:

Rare Southern California Sperm Whale Sighting

In May 2011, a rare occurrence took place off the Southern California
coast. For the first time since U.S. Navy-funded aerial surveys
began in the area in 2008, a group of 20 sperm whales, including four
calves was seen approximately 24 nautical miles west of San Diego.


This article was published in the Navy's Energy and Environmental Magazine,
Currents.

The article can be found in the Fall 2012 issue on the following website
http://greenfleet.dodlive.mil/currents-magazine/ or you can email at
cathyebacon at gmail.com for a pdf copy.

To subscribe to the magazine or browse the *Currents* archives, visit the
Department of the Navy’s Energy, Environment and Climate Change web site at
http://greenfleet.dodlive.mil/currents-magazine.


-- 
Cathy Bacon
Marine Mammal Research Assistant/Marine Biologist
Smultea Environmental Sciences, LLC (SES)
www.smultea.com
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