Edited By: Nick Gales, Mark Hindell and Roger Kirkwood
446 pages, Col photos, figs, tabs
68 leading scientists from 12 mainly southern hemisphere countries contribute to this comprehensive review of human interaction with marine mammals, focusing in particular on how fisheries impact on marine mammal populations and how whale- and dolphin-watching tourism may be managed. Also considers the relevance of ecosystem models and pollution to management and conservation.
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