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An invaluable resource which analyses the complex issues relating to the conservation of whales, dolphins and other cetaceans which reflect the diversity of opinions that exist in the field. Experts from both the scientific and conservation communities provide contributions that, firstly, review the threats that cetaceans are faced with in the modern world - some of which are now well understood - and secondly, critically assess responses which have been made to these threats. Subjects covered include: pollution issues; habitat degradation; noise; global change; disease; international agreements that affect cetaceans. Particularly suitable for undergraduate courses concerned with animal conservation.
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