[MARMAM] New publication: Can the Camera Lie? A Nonpermanent Nick in a Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus)
Nicola Quick, Ph.D.
nicola.quick at duke.edu
Tue Apr 4 08:04:07 PDT 2017
My co-authors and I are pleased to announce the recent publication of our short note in Aquatic Mammals
Nicola J. Quick, Barbara Cheney, Paul M. Thompson, and Philip S. Hammond. (2017). Can the Camera Lie? A Nonpermanent Nick in a Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus). Aquatic Mammals 43(2), 156-161.
This note documents a dorsal fin nick on a bottlenose dolphin that seemingly appears and then disappears within a day. We discuss the possible causes and implications for those carrying out photo-id.
The note is available at https://doi.org/10.1578/AM.43.2.2017.156<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__doi.org_10.1578_AM.43.2.2017.156&d=DwMFaQ&c=imBPVzF25OnBgGmVOlcsiEgHoG1i6YHLR0Sj_gZ4adc&r=e4rnq0iJeFIrKZSJ3sFuRq7G_X3coWd8Dy2p0mvGnUU&m=Ut2eXHBRPC35yYJbqt_iZvwN9G730Cea3p9kDodN2rQ&s=gw4Ew6tdvFGAKulbwHtX6M2SCirr6G5GORl6j-IQ4gY&e=>
Any questions can be directed to njq at duke.edu<mailto:njq at duke.edu>
Dr Nicola J. Quick
Nicholas School of the Environment
Duke Marine Lab
135 Duke Marine Lab Road
njq at duke.edu<mailto:njq at duke.edu>
Honorary Research Fellow
School of Biology
Scottish Oceans Institute
University of St Andrews
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