Contents: Marine Mammal Science Vol 17(2) (fwd)

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Dear all,

Marine Mammal Science Vol 17(2) has the following table of contents.
Abstracts and contact information are available from:=20

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Please do not contact MARMAM, the MARMAM editors or me for reprints. Than=
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Kindest Regards,
Jan Herrmann

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Weinrich, M.T., C.R. Belt, and D. Morin. 2001. Behavior and ecology=20
of the Atlantic white-sided dolphin (Lagenorhynchus acutus) in=20
coastal New England waters. Marine Mammal Science 17:231-248.

M=F6ller, L.M., and L.B. Beheregaray. 2001. Coastal bottlenose dolphins=20
from southeastern Australia are Tursiops aduncus according to=20
sequences of the mitochondrial dna control region. Marine Mammal=20
Science 17:249-263.

Walker, W.A. 2001. Geographical variation of the parasite,=20
Phyllobothrium delphini (Cestoda), in Dall's porpoise, Phocoenoides=20
dalli, in the northern North Pacific, Bering sea, and Sea of Okhotsk.=20
Marine Mammal Science 17:264-275.

Huber, H.R., S.J. Jeffries, R.F. Brown, R.L. DeLong, and G.R.=20
VanBlaricom. 2001. Correcting aerial survey counts of harbor seals=20
(Phoca vitulina richardsi) in Washington and Oregon. Marine Mammal=20
Science 17:276-293.

Laidre, K.L., R.J. Jameson, and D.P. DeMaster. 2001. An estimation of=20
carrying capacity for sea otters along the California coast. Marine=20
Mammal Science 17:294-309.

Sheffield, G., F.H. Fay, H. Feder, and B.P. Kelly. 2001. Laboratory=20
digestion of prey and interpretation of walrus stomach contents.=20
Marine Mammal Science 17:310-330.

Koelsch, J.K. 2001. Reproduction in female manatees observed in=20
Sarasota Bay, Florida. Marine Mammal Science 17:331-342.

N=F8ttestad, L., and T. Simil=E4. 2001. Killer whales attacking schooling=
fish: why force herring from deep water to the surface? Marine Mammal=20
Science 17:343- 352.

Kinzey, D., and T. Gerrodette. 2001. Conversion factors for binocular=20
reticles. Marine Mammal Science 17:353-361.

H=FCckst=E4dt, L., and T. Antezana. 2001. An observation of parturition=20
in a stranded Kogia breviceps. Marine Mammal Science 17:362-365.

Dawson, S., F. Pichler, E. Slooten, K. Russell, and C.S. Baker. 2001.=20
The North Island Hector's dolphin is vulnerable to extinction. Marine=20
Mammal Science 17:366-371.

B=E9rub=E9, M., C. Berchok, and R. Sears. 2001. Observation of a=20
male-biased sex ratio in the Gulf of St. Lawrence fin whales=20
(Balaenoptera physalus): Temporal, geographical, or group structure=20
segregation? Marine Mammal Science 17:371-381.

Roberts, S.P., and D.P. DeMaster. 2001. Pinniped survival in=20
captivity: Annual survival rates of six species. Marine Mammal=20
Science 17:381-387.

Fern=E1ndez-Juricic, E., C. Campagna, V. Enriquez, and C.L. Ortiz.=20
2001. Vocal rates and social context in male South American sea=20
lions. Marine Mammal Science 17:387-396.

Pyle, P., D.J. Long, J. Schonewald, R.E. Jones, and J. Roletto. 2001.=20
Historical and recent colonization of the South Farallon Islands,=20
California, by northern fur seals (Callorhinus ursinus). Marine=20
Mammal Science 17:397-402.

Campagna, C., J. Dignani, S.B. Blackwell, and M.R. Marin. 2001.=20
Detecting bioluminescence with an irradiance time-depth recorder=20
deployed on southern elephant seals. Marine Mammal Science 17:402-414.

Jones, B.A., and D.P. DeMaster. 2001. Survivorship of captive=20
southern sea otters. Marine Mammal Science 17:414-418.

Silva, M.A., and A. Ara=FAjo. 2001. Distribution and current status of=20
the West African manatee (Trichechus senegalensis) in Guinea-Bissau.=20
Marine Mammal Science 17:418-424.

Heyning, J.E. 2001. BOOKS: Reviews: Development of the Cetacean Nasal=20
Skull. M. Klima. ISBN 3-540-64996-4. Advances In Anatomy, Embryology=20
and Cell Biology, No. 149. Springer Berlin, viii + 143 pp. 1999. DM=20
186 (Approx. US$85). Marine Mammal Science 17:425-426.

Clarke, R., and O. Paliza. 2001. LETTERS: The Food of Sperm Whales in=20
the Southeast Pacific. Marine Mammal Science 17:427-429.

Smith, S.C., and H. Whitehead. 2001. LETTERS: Reply to R. Clarke and=20
Paliza's Comment: "The Food of Sperm Whales in the Southeast=20
Pacific". Marine Mammal Science 17:430-431.

Clapham, P.J. 2001. LETTERS: Why do Baleen Whales Migrate? A response=20
to Corkeron and Connor. Marine Mammal Science 17:432-436.

Connor, R.C., and P.J. Corkeron. 2001. LETTERS: Predation Past and=20
Present: Killer Whales and Baleen Whale Migration. Marine Mammal=20
Science 17:436-439.

Clark, S.T., D.K. Odell, and C.T. Lacinak. 2001. ERRATUM: "Aspects of=20
Growth in Captive Killer Whales (Orcinus orca)" by CLARK et al.=20
(2000), Mar. Mammal Sci. 16(1): pp. 110-123. Marine Mammal Science=20

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