The status of marine mammal populations is of growing concern to a wide range of individuals. Questions are being asked about the impact of human activities on marine mammals and the effect of marine mammals on fish stocks. These uncertainties may have repercussions on people, marine mammals, and the health of the ecosystem.

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Articles from the MARINE MAMMAL RESEARCH NEWSLETTER  July 2014 (Issue 10)


MMRU-lab2field

FROM LAB TO THE FIELD …
Counting salmon smolts as they pass down the throat of a seal one fish at a time [more]


lab-t

INTO THE LAB …
Fur seal fur is warmer than sea otter fur. Who would have thought?  [more]



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