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Scientific Committee Special Meeting Report: Biology of the Genus Cephalorhynchus No. 9 (Report of the International Whaling Commission, Special Issue) e-book

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International Whaling Commission

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English

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Biological Sciences

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International Whaling Commission (December 1986)

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200

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0906975174

Scientific Committee Special Meeting Report: Biology of the Genus Cephalorhynchus No. 9 (Report of the International Whaling Commission, Special Issue) e-book

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Scientific Special Issues pre-1998. Special issue 3: Age Determination of Toothed Whales and Sirenians. The four species of the genus Cephalorhynchus are among the least known of the dolphins. In addition to the Annual Meetings, the Scientific Committee from time to time holds meetings or organises symposia and workshops on special topics (. age determination, reproduction, and genetics).

Gene flow Migration Microsatellites mtDNA control region Cephalorhynchus hectori. Reports of the International Whaling Commission, special issue 9. International Whaling Commission, Cambridge, pp 315–324Google Scholar. Electronic supplementary material. Dawson SM, Slooten E (2005) Management of gillnet bycatch of cetaceans in New Zealand. J Cetacean Res Manag 7:59–64Google Scholar.

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Reports of the International Whaling Commission Special Issue 15: 485-494. Commerson's Dolphins Cephalorhynchus commersonii are distributed in two disjunct populations, one around southern South America and the other around the sub-Antarctic Kerguelen Islands. Lescrauwaet, A. Gibbons, . Guzmán, L. and Schiavini, A. 2000. These populations have been shown to be morphologically and genetically distinct and movement between the two populations is unlikely. We report on the sighting of a single specimen over the South African continental shelf on 13 November 2004.

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Report of 1997-98 SOWER cruise, IWC Scientific Committee report, this meeting. Planar chlorinated hydrocarbons in New Zealand marine mammals. Reports of the International Whaling Commission (Special Issue). Kohler, . Fordyce, . New Zealand’s Tertiary vertebrates and their contribution to phylogenetic studies. An archaeocete whale from the Eocene Waihao Greensand, New Zealand.

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2006) First record of a vagrant Commerson's dolphin, Cephalorhynchus commersonii, at the southern African continental shelf. In Abstracts Book 17th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Cape Town, South Africa, 29 November–3 December 2007, Society for Marine Mammalogy. 2005) Marine mammals ashore. Reports of the International Whaling Commission (Special Issue no. 1922) On Commerson's dolphin and other species of Cephalorhynchus.

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International Whaling Commission. Revision of the taxonomy of finless porpoises (genus Neophocaena ): the existence of two species. Report of the Scientific Committee. International Whaling Commission. Jackson, J. D. J. Steel, P. Beerli, B. C. Congdon, C. Olavarria, M. S. Leslie, C. Pomilla, H. Rosenbaum and C. Baker. Journal of Marine Animals and Their Ecology 4:3-16. Kato, H. and W. F. Perrin.


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