[MARMAM] Marine Mammals Library Collection Available

Jay R Cordeiro Jay.Cordeiro at umb.edu
Mon Feb 26 20:20:08 PST 2018


Northeast Natural History & Supply is pleased to make available a collection of marine mammal books from the private library of fishery biologist Jeff Breiwick.  Jeff was a fishery biologist with the National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA) in Seattle for 37 years. Jeff studied whale population dynamics and stock assessment issues while with NMFS and was a member of the Scientific Committee of the IWC while with the Marine Mammal Laboratory in Seattle. He has collected books on cetaceans since the late 1970s and recently retired in 2014. A complete list of available works can be found at:
https://sites.google.com/site/northeastnaturalhistory/home/classroom-news/breiwickmarinemammalslibrary


Please conduct all inquiries and transactions through Northeast Natural History & Supply at unionid at comcast.net<mailto:unionid at comcast.net>.



Thank you all in advance.


Jay



“Wow. A whale. You know, I speak whale…”
Dory to Marlin

[Finding Nemo, Pixar Animation Studios, 2003]





Jay Cordeiro

Northeast Natural History & Supply

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