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This symposium proceedings features peer-reviewed contributions on new approaches to solving fishery bycatch issues worldwide. Articles include new technologies, industry-derived solutions, incentive programs, new regulatory approaches, and studies on social and economic implications related to unwanted fishery bycatch.
This guide to marine mammals and sea turtles of Hawaii, California, Oregon, and Washington is ideal for use on boats, on beach walks, and in classrooms, offices, laboratories, and homes. The wire-o binding makes it easy to flip through the durable, waterproof pages and keep the book open to the desired page. Kate Wynne, leading marine mammal field biologist, describes species behavior, dive pattern, habitat, life history, and interactions with humans. She explains how to distinguish whales, dolphins, porpoises, seals, sea lions, sea otters, and sea turtles, and notes evolutionary adaptations for life in the sea. Each animal is represented by a color illustration by nature illustrator Garth Mix. Range maps show where the animals occur, and surface profile silhouettes are a great help for making positive identifications.
How to recover from post-trauma stress after an accident at sea. Free
Whether initiating a community-based monitoring program or working with a continuing program, Alaska communities, scientists, engineers, and agencies will find this guide indispensable for implementing best practices. The emphasis is on collecting scientifically defensible data via systematic observations, and on enjoying the group effort!
Techniques for gently releasing halibut to minimize injury. 50¢
All U.S. Atlantic species of whales, dolphins, porpoises, seals, manatee, and sea turtles are depicted in this identification guide. Designed for the professional as well as the casual observer. Printed on waterproof paper. Winner of a National Outdoor Book Award for best nature guidebook.
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