Subject: Lots More Mn in the N.Atlantic!

NAMMACETA@aol.com
Wed, 7 Apr 1999 17:56:56 EDT

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From: HeatherH44@aol.com
Full-name: HeatherH44
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Date: Wed, 7 Apr 1999 16:14:09 EDT
Subject: Lots More Mn in the N.Atlantic!
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Hey Scott, 
Thanks for the response!
Wow, 10,200 humpbacks!   Who made that est.?  I am not too familiar with who 
is leading the MN research out there.  And only an est. of 6,000 in the N. 
Pacific.  It seems like there is more space on this side.  I wonder why there 
are so fewer here--perhaps more whaling.

Hot news here is that we just surveyed the North Puget Sound and found at 
least 12 gray whales here, about twice the usual number here in the spring.  
There is a growing resident gray whale pop. here.  Some stay all summer.

I look forward to more responses.
Thanks,
Heather

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