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The Whale Research Assistant Program The Azores Archipelago version

Handbook / Manual
By: George Bevan(Author), Joana Vaz Pereira(Author)
104 pages
The Whale Research Assistant Program
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  • The Whale Research Assistant Program ISBN: 9781732692541 Paperback Aug 2022 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Discover the enchanting world of whales with this comprehensive guide, designed for enthusiasts and conservationists alike. Dive deep into whale ecology, learn to conduct photo-ID research, manage data, understand research methodologies, and develop skills to contribute to a whale watching and research station.

This guide serves as a beacon, shedding light on how increased awareness and involvement can lessen human impact on the oceans and whale populations. It offers tangible solutions to protect and restore whale populations in the Azores Archipelago and globally. The authors believe in the power of passionate individuals, action-oriented groups, and communities that have historically propelled ocean conservation efforts. Their aim is to further this legacy and champion environmental stewardship.

Upon completion of this program, students will be equipped to conduct Whale Research Assistant program methods and contribute to data collection both within and beyond the region. Gain insights into whale ecology, understand the anatomical, physiological, and social differences across species, and master the art of identifying species and individuals. Learn about the threats, conservation measures, and ongoing research efforts aimed at protecting the dwindling populations. Experience first-hand the bustling environment of a research station and hone necessary skills for on-land and at-sea activities. Completion of this program opens doors to volunteering opportunities at research stations or to apply these skills globally through other citizen science programs.

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Handbook / Manual
By: George Bevan(Author), Joana Vaz Pereira(Author)
104 pages
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