By: Joseph R Geraci and Valerie J Lounsbury
371 pages, Figs, tabs, illus
A practical manual on how to deal with strandings of marine mammals. Chapters cover everything from dealing with the media, to specimen and data collection, field equipment, rehabilitation, and handling. There are also species descriptions, with stranding frequency by region. Although intended for use in the US, this should still prove an invaluable manual for anyone dealing with stranded marine mammals.
Includes a CD-ROM while publisher's stock lasts.
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