2 edition of Preliminary status report on the marine mammals of major relevance to Europe found in the catalog.
Preliminary status report on the marine mammals of major relevance to Europe
A. J. B. Rudge
by Commission of the European Communities, Directorate-General Information Market and Innovation in Luxembourg
Written in English
Blow-up from microfiche original.
|Statement||A.J.B. Rudge, M. Klinowska, S.S. Anderson (for theEnvironment and Consumer Protection Service of the Commission of the European Communities).|
|Series||Environment and quality of life, EUR 7317 En|
|Contributions||Klinowska, M., Anderson, S. S., Commission of the European Communities. Environment and Consumer Protection Service.|
surveys for marine mammals in the waters around Jameson Land (East Greenland), September ). Report to ~~e Mineral Ressources Administration of Greenland. (In Danish). Larsen, F. C Preliminary report of a survey for large cetaceans off West Greenland, Reo. int. Whal. Commn Abstract IWC/S-:/36/ Larsen, F., (MOa. Competition between marine mammals and fisheries for available marine food resources has often been mentioned as another issue of concern. 34– This is understandable, since many marine mammal species, in common with humans, operate near or at the top .
Dolphins, killer whales and other marine mammals show special intelligence and even signs of culture, suggesting they should have humanlike rights, researchers argue. Hunting has been a major pressure on marine mammals in the Baltic Sea historically. The populations were severely reduced due to hunting in the beginning of the s. Environmental contaminants caused further decimation of the populations in the s and s, by severely reducing the fertility of ringed and grey seals (Helle ).
2. Species, number, location, and behavior of any marine mammals observed throughout all monitoring activities; 3. An estimate of the number (by species) of marine mammals exposed to acoustic or visual stimuli associated with the research activities; and. 4. Potential interactions between marine mammals and naval anthropogenic sound, principally sonar, are of concern to the Navy, regulatory agencies, environmental community, and general public. Behavioral response sets the threshold for noise exposures of concern, above which adverse effects to individuals may result in a regulatory take.
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