[MARMAM] Last reminder: Survey on definitions of delphinid groups and related terms - Invitation to participate (closes 2nd December)

Jonathan Syme jonathan.syme at flinders.edu.au
Mon Nov 16 21:46:07 PST 2020

Dear MARMAM community,

Thank you to all who have already completed the survey, your responses are much appreciated. Thank you as well to all MARMAM subscribers for being patient with the many reminders (this is the last one!).
If you haven't had the chance to complete the survey yet, it will be open until the 2nd of December, so if you would like to have your say, then please see below for more information and the link.

My name is Jonathan Syme and I am a PhD student with the Cetacean, Ecology, Behaviour and Evolution Lab (CEBEL) at Flinders University, Australia, under the supervision of Associate Professor Guido Parra (CEBEL, Flinders University) and Assistant Professor Jeremy Kiszka (Marine Conservation Ecology Lab, Florida International University).
As part of my thesis, I am conducting a review into how group and associated terms are defined in regard to the study of delphinid behavioural ecology. I plan to use an online survey, accompanied by a literature review, to gather information on how researchers define delphinid groups. To this end, I would appreciate it if you would kindly take 10 - 15 minutes to complete a questionnaire regarding your opinions on this subject via the following link:
Participation is entirely voluntary, and all responses will be anonymous and treated in confidence. Please see the Participant Information Sheet for more information and if you have any enquiries, please contact me by email at jonathan.syme at flinders.edu.au<mailto:jonathan.syme at flinders.edu.au>.

Thank you for your time and assistance.

Kind regards,

Jonathan Syme
PhD Candidate
Cetacean Ecology, Behaviour and Evolution Lab (CEBEL), Flinders University, South Australia
jonathan.syme at flinders.edu.au<mailto:jonathan.syme at flinders.edu.au>

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