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The Dolphin Institute - Dolphin Research Summaries
Spring of 1976 of the population of humpback whales, Megaptera novaeangliae, breeding in Hawaiian waters. Animals were found ... of the Hawaii population differed considerably from the eastern North Pacific population of humpback whales, suggesting little genetic exchange with that group. Differences from the western North Pacific group were ...
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Ocean Mammal Institute - Research Internship
FIELD RESEARCH ON THE HAWAIIAN HUMPBACK WHALE - JANUARY 4 - 23, 2009 Two-thirds of the North Pacific population of humpback whales come to Maui each winter to mate and give birth. Help us ...
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Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association :: E-Newsletter :: October 2005 :: Article 5
There appear to be at least three geographically separate populations of humpbacks: North Pacific, North Atlantic and Southern Hemisphere. So many of us are perpetually thrilled to ... the first comprehensive population assessment of the entire North Pacific population of humpback whales. Many agencies and research groups will pool their data to obtain the most accurate population size, ...
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Ocean Conservation Links: Regions and Countries/North America
Rate It Great American Fish Count http://www.fishcount.org/ mobilizes and trains volunteer divers and snorkelers in established methodologies to identify and document fish diversity and population ... http://hawaiihumpbackwhale.noaa.gov/ protects the North Pacific population of the endangered humpback whale Rate It Impacts of Global Warming and the Pacific Northwest Coast http://www.nwf. ...
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Our Stolen Future: Pollutants across the Pacific
US population centers more difficult. "The expected economic expansion around the Pacific Rim and in the rest of the world will ... health throughout the Pacific region will increase. Even remote areas such as Arctic and alpine environments are threatened. Ocean productivity and the atmospheric energy budget over the North Pacific Ocean could ...
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Consequences (vol. 1, No.2) - Global and U.S. National Population Trends
Western Europe and North America. With the majority of population still agrarian in nature, children were still deemed an economic asset, and ... projection proves true, Hispanics would increase their share of the total population to about 22% from 9% in 1990. Asian and Pacific Islanders, although a lower fertility group, would rise from 7 ...
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Conservation International - Asia-Pacific
Regions > Asia-Pacific Explore Interactive Map Priority Areas Conservation Regions Africa & Madagascar Asia-Pacific Cambodia China Indonesia Pacific Islands Papua New Guinea Philippines Solomon Islands Europe & the Middle East North & Central ... in China, which is breaking records by the minute. It has the largest population, the fastest-growing economy, and is set to hold the first-ever ``green'' ...
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Kodiak Island, Alaska - Official Visitors Guide - Population
The Kodiak Island Borough ranks seventhin terms of population, in comparison to other boroughs & unified municipalities. It follows Anchorage, Fairbanks North Star Borough, Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Kenai Peninsula ... the "Asian/Pacific Islander" and "Hispanic Origin" categories. In 1990, when the last census was conducted, 11.6 percent of the population belonged to the "Asian/Pacific Islander" group ...
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North Pacific Right Whale (Eubalaena japonica) - Office of Protected Resources - NOAA Fisheries
It is clear that this population is significantly larger than that in the eastern North Pacific. Over the past forty years, most sightings in the eastern North Pacific have been of single ... plan in 2005 for the North Atlantic right whale. A separate recovery plan is being developed for the North Pacific right whale population. Regulatory Overview The North Pacific right whale (Eubalaena japonica) ...
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STW - North Pacific Right Whale
North Pacific in the 1960s which may have been the bulk of the remaining population. Even though they were protected, Illegal hunting continued into the 1970s. The North Pacific Right Whale ... them further south off Japan, the western U.S., and Baja California, Mexico. The North Pacific right whale population is difficult to study and therefore protect because its numbers are so few. ...
savethewhales.org




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