[MARMAM] LAJAM Pteronura Special Issue_announcement

Lajam Editors lajam.editors at gmail.com
Tue Jan 5 08:23:17 PST 2016


Dear Readers:
 We are happy to let you know that the Latin American Journal of Aquatic
Mammals has just published its latest issue 10(2) (Special Issue on Giant
Otter *Pteronura brasiliensis*) at http://lajamjournal.org/index.php/lajam.
 We invite you to review the Table of Contents and visit our web
site to review articles and items of interest.

Thanks for the continuing interest in our work,

Dr. Miriam Marmontel
Instituto de Desenvolvimento Sustentável Mamirauá
lajam.editors at gmail.com
LAJAM, Editor-in-Chief

Latin American Journal of Aquatic Mammals
Vol 10, No 2 (2015): Special Issue on Giant River Otter Pteronura
brasiliensis
Table of Contents
http://lajamjournal.org/index.php/lajam/issue/view/27

Editorial
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Editorial (70-74)
        Miriam Marmontel, Danielle Lima,  Paul Van Damme, Jessica
Groenendijk,    Fernando Trujillo

Reviews
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Advances in the study of giant otter (Pteronura brasiliensis): ecology,
behavior,  and conservation: a review (75-98)
        Nicole Duplaix, Emanuela Evangelista, Fernando C. W. Rosas

Articles
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Giant otter (Pteronura brasiliensis) distribution, relative abundance and
conservation in northwestern Bolivia (99-106)
        Guido Ayala, Robert Benedict Wallace, Maria Viscarra, Cynthya Jurado

Distribution and status of giant otter (Pteronura brasiliensis) in the
Pantanal wetland, Brazil (107-114)
        Walfrido M. Tomas, André R. Camilo, Carolina Ribas, Caroline
Leuchtenberger, Paulo André Lima Borges, Guilherme Mourão, Luiz A.
Pellegrin

Cub biometry, litter size and reproductive period of giant oters (Pteronura
brasiliensis) at the Balbina Hydroelectric Reservoir, Amazonas, Brazil
(115-121)
        Bruno Freitas Bozzetti, Márcia Munick Mendes Cabral, Fernando Weber
Rosas

Negative interactions between giant otters (Pteronura brasiliensis) and
local fisheries in the Amazon and Orinoco basins in Colombia (122-130)
        Fernando Trujillo, Andrea Caro, Sindy Martínez, María Victoria
Rodríguez-Maldonado

The use of premaxillary bones of six fish species in giant otter (Pteronura
brasiliensis) diet analysis (131-142)
        Maria del Pilar Becerra Cardona, Heiddy Asunción Mallea Cardenas,
      Paul André Van Damme

Notes
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First giant otter distribution survey in the southeast of Roraima, Brazil,
with notes on the OSG Guidelines for a Standardization of Survey Methods
(143-146)
        Emanuela Evangelista, Chiara Tosi

Rediscovery of Pteronura brasiliensis in the Amanã Sustainable Development
Reserve, Amazonas, Brazil (147-151)
        Miriam Marmontel, Jorge Calvimontes, Oldemar Carvalho Jr.

Protection and monitoring of the giant otter (Pteronura brasiliensis) in
Cantão State Park, Tocantins, Brazil (152-155)
        George Georgiadis, Silvana Campello, Benaya N. Leles

What do we know about Pteronura brasiliensis in Uruguay? (156-158)
        Martin Buschiazzo, Enrique M. González, Alvaro Soutullo

A case study of artificial feeding of an unweaned giant otter (Pteronura
brasiliensis) cub (159-162)
        Marcia Munick Mendes Cabral, Carolina Ribas, Fernando Cesar Weber
Rosas

A reliable method for sexing giant otters (Pteronura brasiliensis) in the
wild (163-165)
        Jessica Groenendijk, Frank Hajek

-- 
Miriam Marmontel
Editor-in-Chief
Latin American Journal of Aquatic Mammals
http://www.lajamjournal.org/
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