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Dolphins, Whales and Porpoises 2002-2010 Conservation Action Plan for the World's Cetaceans

By: Randall R Reeves, Brian D Smith, Enrique A Crespo and GN di Sciara
139 pages, B/w photos, tabs
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Previous IUCN Cetacean Action Plans focused on conservation-oriented research and usually refrained from making explicit recommendations for conservation action. Although the Cetacean Specialist Group's greatest strength is its scientific expertise, this Plan contains a number of recommendations for action, which address some pending problems.

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By: Randall R Reeves, Brian D Smith, Enrique A Crespo and GN di Sciara
139 pages, B/w photos, tabs
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