Edited By: John R Twiss and Randall R Reeves
471 pages, 65 b/w photos, 56 line illus
Reviews the history, current status, and future implications of marine mammal legislation, the concept of ecosystem management, interactions of marine mammals with fisheries, and the contemporary whaling debate. Marine biologists and conservationists also evaluate recent efforts directed at the Florida manatee, the Hawaiian monk seal, the North Atlantic right whale, and other endangered species.
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