Thomas Jefferson sclymene at aol.com
Sun May 21 08:43:51 PDT 2017

¡VIVAVaquita! (a non-profitorganization) has many marine mammal books, reprints, monographs, and journalsthat are available for a donation to the organiation.  All funds raised will be actively used forresearch and conservation work on the vaquita (Phocoena sinus), the world’s most endangered marine mammal species. The global population of this species nownumbers less than 25 individuals and is decling at about 50%/year. Visit ourwebsite at www.vivavaquita.org for more details.  Below is a sample of what we have.  For a full list of books available, or if youhave any marine mammal literature you would be interested in donating or‘selling’ to us, please contact Tom Jefferson at  sclymene at aol.com. HC=harcover, PB=paperback.
Baker, A.N. (1999) Whales and Dolphins of New Zealand andAustralia: An Identification Guide, Victoria University Press (3rd edition).
Donovan, G.P. (1982) Aboriginal/Subsistence Whaling (WithSpecial Reference to the Alaska and Greenland Fisheries). 86 pp. Reports of theInternational Whaling Commission.
FAO (1978) Mammals in the seas: Volume I. Report of the FAOAdvisory Committee on Marine Resurces Research.
FAO (1979) Mammals in the seas: Volume II. Pinniped speciessummaries and report on sirenians.
Ford, J.K.B. & Ellis, G.M. (1999) Transients:Mammal-Hunting Killer Whales of British Columbia, Washington, and SoutheasternAlaska, Univ. British Columbia Press.
Ford, J.K.B., Ellis, G.M. & Balcomb, K.C. (2000) KillerWhales: The Natural History and Genealogy of Orcinus orca in British Columbiaand Washington State, Univ. British Columbia Press (2nd edition).
Gaskin, D.E. (1972) Whales, Dolphins, and Seals, WithSpecial Reference to the New Zealand Region, Heineman Educational Books.
Hershkovitz, P. (1966) Catalog of living whales. Bulletin ofthe United States National Museum, 246, 259 pp.
Jefferson, T.A., Leatherwood, S. & Webber, M.A. (1993)Marine Mammals of the World: FAO Species Identification Guide, United NationEnvironment Programme and Food and Agricultural Organization of the UN.
Jefferson, T.A., Webber, M.A. & Pitman, R.L. (2008)Marine Mammals of the World: A Comprehensive Guide to Their Identification. 573pp.
Jefferson, T.A., Webber, M.A. & Pitman, R.L. (2015)Marine Mammals of the World: A Comprehensive Guide to Their Identification. 608pp.
Morzer Bruyns, W.F.J. (1971) Field Guide of Whales andDolphins, Uitgeverij Tor.
Norris, K.S. (1991) Dolphin Days: The Life and Times of theSpinner Dolphin, Norton.
Norris, K.S., Würsig, B., Wells, R.S. & Wursig, M.(1994) The Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin, University of California Press.
Perrin, W.F. (1975) Variation and taxonomy of spotted andspinner porpoise (genus Stenella) in the eastern tropical Pacific and Hawaii.Bulletin of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, 21, 206 pp.
Perrin, W.F., Donovan, G.P. & Barlow, J. (1994) Gillnetsand Cetaceans. In, p. 617+ pp. Reports of the International Whaling Commission.
Pilleri, G. (ed). Investigations on Cetacea. Complete set (25 regular volumes, plus 5 supplements).
Ridgway, S.H. & Harrison, R.J. (1981) Handbook of MarineMammals, Vol. 2: Seals. 359 pp. Academic Press.
Scheffer, V.B. (1958) Seals, Sea Lions and Walruses: AReview of the Pinnipedia, Stanford University Press.
Scientific Reports of the Whales Research Institute. (nearlycomplete, but missing several issues). Scientific Reports of the WhalesResearch Institute, 1-34.
Truitt, D. (1974) Dolphins and Porpoises: A ComprehensiveAnnotated Bibliography of the Smaller Cetacea, Gale Research Co.
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