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Title: Cetaceans in the Indian Ocean Sanctuary: A Review
Authors: Parsons, E.C.M.
Jenner, K.C.S.
Baldwin, R.
Rudolph, P.
de Boer, M.N.
Eyre, E.L.
Simmonds, M.P.
Keith, S.G.
Rosenbaum, H.C.
Peddemors, V.M.
McCabe, K.A.
Burton, C.L.K.
Jenner, M.N.M.
ASFA Terms: Marine mammals
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: WDCS
Abstract: This paper presents a synthesis of mainly published information relating to the cetaceans of the Indian Ocean Sanctuary (IOS). It highlights a number of new studies and other initiatives linked to the Sanctuary and reviews the current understanding of the biology of the Sanctuary’s cetaceans. Cetaceans in the IOS are exposed to a range of threats, including by-catch and the effects of climate change. Whilst no quantification can be made of these threats at this time, they may still be significant for the conservation of populations. The role of the IOS in stimulating research to further establish the status of cetacean populations is acknowledged.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/680
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