Effectively using the best available data to meet management mandates for endangered populations is a common conservation challenge. False killer
Odontocete studies on the Pacific Missile Range Facility in August 2017: satellite-tagging, photo-identification, and passive acoustic monitoring.
As part of a long-term U.S. Navy-funded marine mammal monitoring program, in August 2017 a combination of boat-based field effort
Familial social structure and socially driven genetic differentiation in Hawaiian short-finned pilot whales
Social structure can have a significant impact on divergence and evolution within species, especially in the marine environment, which has
Diving habits of beaked whales (Family Ziphiidae) are of management interest for two primary reasons. Firstly, animals which spent long
Diet of Cuvier’s beaked whales Ziphius cavirostris from the North Pacific and a comparison with their diet world-wide
Cuvier’s beaked whales (Ziphius cavirostris) are distributed world-wide and are the most common cetacean to strand coincident with navy sonars.