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SoundNet - Whale fall
University of Hawaii at Manoa. This is probably because whale bones are so much larger and fat-rich, he says. Scientists now estimate that a whale-fall community can ... to two millimetres across. Many mysteries about the whale-fall communities remain. For one thing, scientists are trying to find out how larvae from whale-fall organisms that are spawned into the water live ...
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Whale falls, wood, or kelp: A bonanza for life in the deep sea (01/14/03)
One of the whale carcasses (a 35 ton grey whale) was towed into place by these researchers in 1998. They have dated the bones of the other two (natural) whale falls at 50 yrs and 80 yrs. The ROV dives showed that colonization of enriched sediment around the 1998 whale fall ... for example, that a small subset of the whale-kelp-wood-fall biota may colonize vents and seeps, and may ...
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MBARI - Cruise Into the Classroom
MBARI researchers on this expedition) MBARI Cruises 2003 Seamounts October Daily Logbook entries Whale Fall August Daily logbook entries Gulf of California Expedition Daily logbook entries MBARI Cruises 2000-2002 ...
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Ocean Alliance - FAQ - Cape Anne Whale Watch
Click here to read more on how to apply to be an intern. << TOP > Home > Whale Conservation Institute > Voyage of the Odyssey > About Ocean Alliance > Partners > Research > Whale ...
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Ocean Alliance - WHALE CONSERVATION INSTITUTE - Cape Ann Whale Watch
WHALE CONSERVATION INSTITUTE - Cape Ann Whale Watch > Objective > Methods & Programs > Right Whale Program > Research > Conservation > Cape Ann Whale Watch - Internships Photo: Cinde Bierman INTERNSHIPS Field Research and Environmental ... throughout the spring and summer season and once a day in the fall. On the boat, Intern responsibilities include: Educating passengers about whales and their ...
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Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies | Whale Rescue | Summary of the 2004 Season
Trust/NOAA-Fisheries aerial team, Network responders were able to locate the whale and attach a telemetry buoy. The whale, dubbed Kingfisher for the Coast Guard cutter that provided logistical support for ... with Western Australia’s Department of Conservation and Land Management, traded spring in Australia for fall in New England. The month-long exchange at PPCCS, supported by the Churchill Trust, ...
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Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies | Whale Rescue | Latest Disentanglement - right whale, Yellowfin
Gillnet Diagram | Lobster Pot Diagram | Previous Disentanglements PLEASE REPORT WHALE ENTAGLEMENTS TO 1-800-900-3622 Latest Disentanglement - humpback whale disentangled in the Gulf of St. Lawrence A thirty-foot ... with a short, clean length of rope in the mouth that should fall away when feeding resumes. After disentanglement the whale spent some time at the surface before moving off. Relatively ...
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Ecobeetle's Endangered Species - Killer Whale - Conservation Information,Pictures,Facts,Links,Books
Turtle Killer Whale Grizzly Bear Giant Panda Sea Otter Blue Whale Gray Whale Humpback Whale Fin Whale Minke Whale Sei Whale Northern Elephant ... Whale Behaviour Breaching is the term that refers to the leaping out of the water to fall on the side with a big splash. Spyhopping is the vertical emergence of the whales head and part of its torso from the water. Tail lobbing occurs when a whale ...
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Adventure Magazine: Fall 1999 @ nationalgeographic.com
Magazine: Fall 1999 @ nationalgeographic.com SITE INDEX Main | Story Previews Mission: Incredible I'm built like a swimmer—Shamu the killer whale, to be precise—and I consider typing to be ... Intro | Mission: Incredible | This Is Not Happening to Me Cold Water, Cold Choice | Accidental Enlightenment Fall 1999: Previews | Forum | Profile | Nick's Take 2 | From the Field | Trips 2000 ADVENTURE main ...
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General Information About Humpback Whale
June to August. In the fall, usually by late October, most humpbacks have moved offshore and ... years, and a humpback may live for 30 years. Humpback whale slamming on the water -- mpeg movie (345K). Humpbacks feed in ... frequency and somewhat resemble the sounds of a domestic pig. Humpback whale slapping the water -- mpeg movie (1186K). For reasons which are ...
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