Marine Mammals: Advances in Behavioural and Population Biology
The last decade has seen radical changes in our knowledge of the behaviour and ecology of seals, whales and dolphins. Scientists have been able to track species for vast distances over long time periods, using satellites, and to also record diving behaviour. This volume presents the new technologies which have made these advances possible, alongside the latest findings, providing an important insight into a fast-moving field.
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