Subject: Cetacean Web sites

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At 01:35 8/19/95, BLem@aol.com wrote:
>Dear MARMAM subscribers,
>    Is anyone aware of index of Marine Mammal Internet Resources?
>(Web sites, other list services etc...) I'm in the process of trying to
>put together a comprehensive list of available resources dealing
>strictly with marine mammal issues on the Internet. Any information
>concerning new sites, sites "under construction" or perhaps
>obscure sites would be most helpful. I have been doing a great deal
>of searching on my own, but I'm sure I've missed something (The
>Web has become an awfully big place...)
>
>Thanks in advance,
>Bill Lemus
>San Diego, CA
 
Dear Bill,
 
Following is my list of  Web sites for cetaceans (ranges from scientific info
to New Age mythology).  I've not been able to access all of them, and some
may no longer exist, but perhaps you will find something of use.  Once your
marine mammal index is completed, please let us know.
 
Best regards,
Trisha Lamb Feuerstein
dolphintlf@aol.com
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CETACEAN WEB SITES
 
GENERAL
 
Whale Watching Web
   http://www.physics.helsinki.fi/whale/
 
   Cetacean fiction and non-fiction bibliographies:
      http://www.physics.helsinki.fi/whale/literature/
      fic_main.html
 
The Dolphin Page
   http://wjh-www.harvard.edu/~furmansk/dolphin.html
 
Wesley R. Elsberry
   http://www.rtis.com/nat/user/elsberry/marspec.html
 
Dr. Roger Payne's Whale Conservation Institute
   http://www.tiac.net/users/rhobson/wciweb.html
 
Marine Mammal Page accessible through:
   http::/www.phoenix.net/~mark
 
Sea World
   http://www.bev.net/education/SeaWorld/
 
Deb Cochrane's page
   http://www.io.com/~phil or http://io.com/phil
 
Superdan's Dolphin Page
   http://att2.cs.mankato.msus.edu/~superdan/
 
Orca page
   http://www.ccsr.uiuc.edu/~gmk/Projects/Orcas-SW/
 
William Megill's page
   Coastal Ecosystems Research Foundation
   http://www.bcu.ubc.ca/~megill/cerf/cerf_hp.html
   http://www.bcu.ubc.ca/~megill/res_orgs_hp.html
 
Phil's Whalepage
   http://www.io.com/~phil or http://io.com/phil
   You can also reach it through http://www.efn.org/~brideb
 
Chris Sturtivant's page
   http://info.lut.ac.uk/departments/el/research/bioacoustics/
   index.html
 
WhaleNet
   http://whale.simmons.edu
   gopher://whale.simmons.edu
 
Marine Mammal Research
   http:/www.wta/com/eckerd
 
Marine Mammal Acoustics
   http://www.unipv.it/~webcib/welcome.html
 
Marine Life
   http://longwood.cs.ucf.edu/~MidLink/marine.life.html
 
AquaThought Foundation
        http://access.digex.net/~sunilg
 
Dolphin Awareness Center
   http://www.riv.nl/totem/
 
Dolphin Within Society
   http://www.usyd.edu.au/~okx/home.htm
 
The Dolphin Spirit page
   http://www.protree.com/spirit/dolphins.html
 
The Dolphin Alliance page
   http://www.envirolink.org/arrs/ahimsa/tda/index.html
 
The Sea Shepherds
   http://envirolink.org/orgs/seashep/seashep.html
 
Whale Adoption Project
   http://www.webcom.com/~iwcwww/whale_adoption/waphome.html
 
Key West, Captain Vicki dolphin excursion
   http://www.swcp.com/synth/keywest/
 
Species under the phylum chordata, large section on marine
mammals
   http://cuh.com
 
Links to sites with useful information on wildlife and
conservation issues, focusing on birds and marine mammals.
   http://metro.turnpike.net/S/sam2/index.html
 
 
CAREER INFORMATION
 
"Strategies for Careers in Marine Mammal Science," The Society
for Marine Mammalogy
   http://www.rtis.com/nat/user/elsberry/marspec/mmstrat.html
 
 
MISCELLANEOUS
 
Children's dolphin story
   http://www.packet.net/schoolhouse/grin/welcome.html
 
Synergis ezine, mid August, whales supposedly figure in it
   http://www.singnet.com.sg/~edmonds/content.html
 
There's an eco-gopher at UVa you can use to search for
keywords, like "whale", via Katie:
   gopher://ecosys.drdr.virginia.edu:70">http://gopher://ecosys.drdr.virginia.edu:70
 
 
WHALING
 
The Tirpitz Whaling Web Page (info on whales, some whale
research, whaling and links to other www marine mammal
sources)
   http://tirpitz.ibg.uit.no/WWWW/ss.html
 
Native Whaling
   http://tirpitz.ibg.uit.no/wwww/NEWS/native.html
 
International treaty regulating whaling
"Very detailed, but very enlightening discussion about
the legalities and interpretations of the international
treaty that regulates whaling"
   http://www.webcom.com/~iwcwww/whale_adoption/
   waphome.html#iwc_debate
 
 
IMAGES and SOUNDS
 
Images:
http://www.phoenix.net/~mark
http://www.bev.net:80/education/SeaWorld/
http://www.actwin.com/fish/pictures/smithsonian.html
http://www.holli.com/Personal/jkiss/
http://info.lut.ac.uk/departments/el/research/bioacoustics/
   dolphins/dpics.html
http://www.swcp.com/synth/keywest/dolphinimages.html
http://www.alias.com:80/Product/library/jpgs/angel/
http://www.uni-frankfurt.de/gnomic/delphine.html
    (The text is in german. But the pictures are
    international)
http://www.lexis-nexis.com/~gary/images/orcas.gif
http://www.lexis-nexis.com/~gary/images/humpback.gif
http://www.ccsr.uiuc.edu/~gmk/Projects/Orcas-SW/
http://www.panix.com/~zz/dolphin.jpg
http://i-2000.com/art/page7.html (poster)
http://www.innet.net/brussels-arts/ISDM.html
http://www.rtis.com/nat/user/elsberry/marspec/tmmsn.html
http://www.aloha.com:80/~craven/hamms.html
http://www.bcu.ubc.ca/~megill/cerf/cerf_hp.html
http://tirpitz.ibg.uit.no/wwww/news/porpoise.html
 
The following newsgroup has also been suggested as a possible
source of images:
 
alt.binaries.pictures.animals
 
Sounds:
 
http://info.lut.ac.uk/departments/el/research/bioacoustics/
   dolphins/dlphhome.html
http://www.ccsr.uiuc.edu/~gmk/Projects/Orcas-SW/
http://wjh-www.harvard.edu/~furmansk/dolphin.html">The Dolphin Page
http://www.ccsr.uiuc.edu/~gmk/Projects/Orcas-SW/">Orcas at SeaWorld
http://info.lut.ac.uk/departments/el/research/bioacoustics/index.html
http://kingfish.ssp.nmfs.gov/songs.html"
http://www.physics.helsinki.fi/whale/intersp/
 
  The Dolphin Page will give you links to most of these and is the place
to start.
 
 
HUMANS AS MARINE MAMMALS
   http://www.aloha.com:80/~craven/hamms.html