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Documentation for the CETACEA database of marine mammal literature references

William A. Watkins

Documentation for the CETACEA database of marine mammal literature references

by William A. Watkins

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Published by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Woods Hole, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Databases.,
  • Marine mammals -- Bibliography.

  • About the Edition

    This documentation for the CETACEA database of marine mammal literature references updates and expands the original work by Watkins, Bird, Moore, and Tyack 1988 (Reference Database Marine Mammal Literature, Technical Report WHOI-88-2). The CETACEA database is a comprehensive index of literature references used to file, store, search, retrieve, and format the data on marine animals. Organization of the references is complementary to features developed by William E. Schevill for his library of older cetacea literature, having direct association of species with over 300 indexed subjects, and with observation dates, locations, etc. This documentation describes the operation of the database (360 records), including indexing, sorting, and retrieval information developed though continued use of these systems. SPECIES and SUBJECT HEADING lists with their codes have been updated. Other databases have also developed around these indexing and sorting strategies to complement the CETACEA database, including databases of animal sounds for both the recordng data and the acoustic spectral information stored in libraries of digital sound cuts.

    Edition Notes

    Statementrevised by William A. Watkins, Mary Ann Daher and Nancy J. Haley.
    SeriesWHOI -- 90-19., WHOI (Series) -- 90-19.
    ContributionsDaher, Mary Ann., Haley, Nancy J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination111 p. ;
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14378709M

      1. Introduction. Conflict of interest has been defined as: “A set of conditions in which professional judgment concerning a primary interest (such as a patient's welfare or the validity of research) tends to be unduly influenced by a secondary interest (such as financial gain)”.By itself, the perception that scientists are under the influence of conflict of interest can undermine trust in The dwarf sperm whale (Kogia sima) is a sperm whale that inhabits temperate and tropical oceans worldwide, in particular continental shelves and was first described by biologist Richard Owen in , based on illustrations by naturalist Sir Walter species was considered to be synonymous with the pygmy sperm whale (Kogia breviceps) from until

    List of Marine Mammal Species and Subspecies, website (version Aug ) Acquired: Notes: Committee on Taxonomy. List of marine mammal species and subspecies. Society for Marine Mammalogy, , consulted on 16 April Reference for: Balaenoptera bonaerensis, Antarctic Minke Whale [English] Publication(s):?search_topic=TSN&search_value=   significant new information becomes available. The Pacific marine mammal stock assessments include revised stock assessments for 63 Pacific marine mammal stocks under NMFS jurisdiction, including 12 “strategic” stocks, 48 “non-strategic” stocks, and three stocks of unknown status (see summary table in Appendix 3).

    List of Marine Mammal Species and Subspecies, website (version Aug ) Acquired: Notes: Committee on Taxonomy. List of marine mammal species and subspecies. Society for Marine Mammalogy, , consulted on 16 April Reference for: Iniidae: Publication(s): Author(s)/Editor(s):?search_topic=TSN&search_value=   A ‘Literature Cited’ reference list is mandatory. References must be formatted as in the journal MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE (see under reference list in guide for authors of the journal for more details). This reference list is not included in the page requirement. At least 10 sources from the primary literature should be used and ://


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Documentation for the CETACEA database of marine mammal literature references by William A. Watkins Download PDF EPUB FB2

This documentation for the CETACEA database of marine mammal literature references updates and expands the original work by Watkins, Bird, Moore, and Tyack (Reference Database Marine Mammal Literature, Technical Report WHOI).

The CETACEA database is a comprehensive index of literature references used to file, store, search, retrieve   Documentation for the CETACEA Database of Marine Mammal Literature References Revised by Wiliam A Watkis, Mar An Daher and Nancy J.

Haley Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Woods Hole, Massachusetts June Techncal Report Funding was provided by the Offce of Naval Research through Contract Number NK;sequence=1. Documentation for the CETACEA database of marine mammal literature references.

By William A. Watkins, Mary Ann Daher and Nancy J. Haley. Cite. BibTex; Full citation; Publisher: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Year: DOI identifier: // OAI identifier: Provided by: Reference database marine mammal literature. View/ Open. WHOIpdf (Mb) Date Author.

Watkins, William A. Concept link Bird, James E. Concept link Moore, Karen E. Concept link Tyack, Peter L. Concept link   Documentation for the CETACEA Database of Marine Mammal Literature References Revised by William A.

Watkins, Mary Ann Daher, and Nancy J. Haley June Technical Report DTIC LECTEI Funding was provided by the Office of Naval Research UBL 0 T I under Contract Number NK S U.

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; Daher, Mary Ann ; Haley, Nancy J. (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, ) This documentation for the CETACEA database of marine mammal literature references updates and expands the original work by Watkins, Bird, Moore, and Tyack   database manipulations. CETACEA --The comprehensive, background database of references to the animal sounds.

The data in about records (to date) 'literature, CETACEA, emphasizes information on marine are indexed and sorted by subj ects, species categories, and a variety of other indexed notations-- 11 -- Review and evaluation of potential acoustic methods of reducing or eliminating marine mammal-fishery interactions.

Report from the Marine Mammal Research Program, Texas A&M University, College Station, for the U.S. Marine Mammal Commission, NTIS PB, Washington, :// Getting background information and general facts about your topic is a good way to start your research.

This not only helps you better understand your topic, but it also helps you formulate the boundaries of your research and key terms for your thesis can be a helpful guide to begin to narrow down your topic into a coherent and specific ://?g=&p=   Marine Mammal Science, a quarterly journal published by the Society for Marine Mammalogy, an international organization of marine mammalogists, is devoted to authoritative, technical papers on all aspects of marine mammal biology and includes book reviews and letters with scientific commentary on issues affecting marine mammals or marine mammal This documentation for the CETACEA database of marine mammal literature references updates and expands the original work by Watkins, Bird, Moore, and Tyack (Reference Database Marine Mammal Hybridization has been documented in a many different pairs of cetacean species both in captivity and in the wild.

The widespread occurrence of hybridization indicates that postmating barriers to interbreeding are incomplete within the order Cetacea, and therefore raises questions about how species integrity is maintained in the face of interspecific (and often intergeneric) gene :// Skip to Article Content; Skip to Article   Marine mammal threat database used for the construction of the risk maps.

Download: Download Acrobat PDF file (KB) Appendix C. References used to construct the marine mammal threat database. Download: Download Acrobat PDF file (KB) Appendix D. Sensitivity analysis aimed at assessing the minimum number of publications needed to detect To assist in species identification for the little known family Ziphiidae (beaked whales), we compiled a reference database of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) control region ( bp) and cytochrome b   Omics Findings for Marine Mammal Health Cetacea (Order: Cetartiodactyla) Transcriptomics in marine mammal science is unquestionably the omics approach more represented in the literature.

The reasons are several, the first being the cost of the experimental procedure: it is extremely less expensive to sequence only the small coding fraction of The Paleobiology Database (PBDB; ) consists of geographically and temporally explicit, taxonomically identified fossil occurrence taxonomy utilized by the PBDB is not static, but is instead dynamically generated using an algorithm applied to separately managed taxonomic authority and opinion :// /the-paleobiology-database-application-programming.

Some of the information in the above paragraph was compiled from two book sources: 1. Cousteau’s “Ocean World,” World Pub., N.Y., 2. “The Marine Mammals of the Northwestern Coast of North America,” Charles M.

Scammon [of Scammon’s Lagoon—grey whale southern migratory destination-- fame!], Dover publications, Inc., N.Y., United States Marine Mammal Commission. Since its formation in as a US federal government agency, the Marine Mammal Commission (MMC) has focused most of its attention on marine mammal populations inhabiting US waters.

It has, however, invested some financial and other resources in vaquita science and conservation over the past three :// Whale and Dolphin Conservation (NA) Field Research Internship Job Category: uncategorized Date Posted: Febru WDC North America, located in Plymouth, Massachusetts, offers internships and field volunteer positions, providing research, policy, education and advocacy experience in working for an international non-profit ://.

Mark D. Uhen's 82 research works with 2, citations reads, including: A new platanistoid, Perditicetus yaconensis gen. et sp. nov. (Cetacea, Odontoceti), from the Chattian Much of the information on marine mammals in this region is buried in historical and gray literature. In order to provide a comprehensive account of marine mammal occurrence in Cuba’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), we reviewed and verified published and List of Marine Mammal Species and Subspecies, website (version Aug ) Acquired: Notes: Committee on Taxonomy.

List of marine mammal species and subspecies. Society for Marine Mammalogy,consulted on 16 April Reference for: Cetacea: Source: NODC Taxonomic Code, database (version ) Acquired ?search_topic=TSN&search_value=