Tag Archives: cetaceans

Assessment of the sustainability of Solomon Islands live dolphin captures

There is a long history in the Solomon Islands of drive-hunts targeting dolphins. Recently, the Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops aduncus), a species not previously targeted by drive-hunters, has been subject to live-captures and export for display in dolphinariums and other … Continue reading

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Southeast Asian Marine Mammal Symposium (SEAMAM III)

The Third Southeast Asian Marine Mammal Symposium (SEAMAM III) will be taking place in Langkawi Island, Malaysia, from 4 – 10 March 2013. The event will be co-hosted by the MareCet Research Organization along with the Institute of Ocean and … Continue reading

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Redlisting of Mediterranean cetacean populations

Given their sheer number, assessing all geographic populations of cetaceans (sub-populations, in Red List-speak) is a long-term challenge; only a small fraction have been assessed, with priority given to those suspected of being in the most trouble. Two regions where … Continue reading

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