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whaling
[1334] Lippsett, L., "WHOI Right Whale initiative accelerates research", Oceanus, vol. 44, issue 3, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, pp. 16-17, 12/2005. Abstract
whale stranding
[17] Ketten, D. R., "Why do whales beach themselves? Are strandings increasing?", Scientific American, vol. 301, issue 4: Nature Publishing Group, pp. 96, 10/2009. Abstract
trauma
[17] Ketten, D. R., "Why do whales beach themselves? Are strandings increasing?", Scientific American, vol. 301, issue 4: Nature Publishing Group, pp. 96, 10/2009. Abstract
strandings
[17] Ketten, D. R., "Why do whales beach themselves? Are strandings increasing?", Scientific American, vol. 301, issue 4: Nature Publishing Group, pp. 96, 10/2009. Abstract
southern right whale
[1334] Lippsett, L., "WHOI Right Whale initiative accelerates research", Oceanus, vol. 44, issue 3, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, pp. 16-17, 12/2005. Abstract
ship strike
[17] Ketten, D. R., "Why do whales beach themselves? Are strandings increasing?", Scientific American, vol. 301, issue 4: Nature Publishing Group, pp. 96, 10/2009. Abstract
[1334] Lippsett, L., "WHOI Right Whale initiative accelerates research", Oceanus, vol. 44, issue 3, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, pp. 16-17, 12/2005. Abstract
right whale initiative
[1334] Lippsett, L., "WHOI Right Whale initiative accelerates research", Oceanus, vol. 44, issue 3, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, pp. 16-17, 12/2005. Abstract
right whale conservation
[1334] Lippsett, L., "WHOI Right Whale initiative accelerates research", Oceanus, vol. 44, issue 3, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, pp. 16-17, 12/2005. Abstract
northern right whale
[1334] Lippsett, L., "WHOI Right Whale initiative accelerates research", Oceanus, vol. 44, issue 3, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, pp. 16-17, 12/2005. Abstract
marine mammal stranding
[17] Ketten, D. R., "Why do whales beach themselves? Are strandings increasing?", Scientific American, vol. 301, issue 4: Nature Publishing Group, pp. 96, 10/2009. Abstract
human interaction
[1334] Lippsett, L., "WHOI Right Whale initiative accelerates research", Oceanus, vol. 44, issue 3, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, pp. 16-17, 12/2005. Abstract
entanglement
[1334] Lippsett, L., "WHOI Right Whale initiative accelerates research", Oceanus, vol. 44, issue 3, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, pp. 16-17, 12/2005. Abstract
disease
[17] Ketten, D. R., "Why do whales beach themselves? Are strandings increasing?", Scientific American, vol. 301, issue 4: Nature Publishing Group, pp. 96, 10/2009. Abstract
boat strike
[1334] Lippsett, L., "WHOI Right Whale initiative accelerates research", Oceanus, vol. 44, issue 3, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, pp. 16-17, 12/2005. Abstract
boat collision
[1334] Lippsett, L., "WHOI Right Whale initiative accelerates research", Oceanus, vol. 44, issue 3, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, pp. 16-17, 12/2005. Abstract
blkunt trauma
[1334] Lippsett, L., "WHOI Right Whale initiative accelerates research", Oceanus, vol. 44, issue 3, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, pp. 16-17, 12/2005. Abstract
beaching
[17] Ketten, D. R., "Why do whales beach themselves? Are strandings increasing?", Scientific American, vol. 301, issue 4: Nature Publishing Group, pp. 96, 10/2009. Abstract
beach
[17] Ketten, D. R., "Why do whales beach themselves? Are strandings increasing?", Scientific American, vol. 301, issue 4: Nature Publishing Group, pp. 96, 10/2009. Abstract