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Advances in marine vertebrate research in Latin America : technological innovation and conservation / Marcos R. Rossi-Santos, Charles W. Finkl, editors

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Rossi-Santos, Marcos R.  Search this
Finkl, Charles W. 1941-  Search this
Physical description:
xiii, 508 pages. : illustrations (chiefly color), maps (some color) ; 24 cm
Latin America
"This Springer imprint is published by Springer Nature"--Title page verso.
Book available in 2017.
KELL copy purchased with funds from the Department of Palaeobiology.
KELL copy has bookplate: Purchased with funds from the Department of Palaeobiology.
Part I. Historical development of aquatic mammal research in Latin America. 1. Mastozoology history and perspectives in Latin America : marine and freshwater mammals in spotlight / Paulo C. Simões-Lopes ; 2. Long-term monitoring of dolphins in a large estuarine system of southeastern Brazil / Emygdio L.A. Monteiro-Filho, Lucimary S. Deconto, Caio N. Louzada, Rebeca P. Wanderley, Daniela F. Godoy, and Eric Medeiros ; 3. An integrated framework to assess the carrying capacity of humpback whale-watching tourism in Praia do Forte, northeastern Brazil / Luena Fernandes and Marcos R. Rossi-Santos -- Part II. Technological innovation for marine vertebrate research in Latin America. 4. Land-based station studies of aquatic mammals in Latin America : understanding behavior for conservation / Maria Emilia Morete, Daniela Abras, and Cristiane C.A. Martins ; 5. Marine mammal bioac[o]ustics using towed array systems in the western South Atlantic Ocean / Artur Andriolo, Franciele Rezende de Castro, Thiago Amorim, Gustavo Miranda, Juliana Di Tullio, Juliana Moron, Bruna Ribeiro, Gabriela Ramos, and Raíssa Rodrigues Mendes ; 6. Bioacoustic techniques applied to odontocete conservation and management in Argentina / Mariana L. Melcón, M. Vanesa Reyes Reyes, and Miguel Iñíguez ; 7. Novel research techniques provide new insights to the sea turtle life cycle / Maria Ângela Marcovaldi, Alexsandro S. Santos, Paulo H. Lara, and Milagros López-Mendilaharsu ; 8. Opportunistic sightings of dolphins (Mammalia, Cetacea, Delphinidae) in the north coast of Bahia State, northeastern Brazil, between 2001 and 2006 / Mateus Souza de Carvalho, Marcos R. Rossi-Santos, Elitieri Santos-Neto, and Clarêncio G. Baracho ; 9. Using chemical elements to the study of trophic and spatial ecology in marine mammals of the southwestern Atlantic Ocean / Elisa Seyboth, Silvina Botta, and Eduardo Secchi -- Part III. Conservation ecology of marine vertebrate research in Latin America. 10. Elasmobranchs consumption in Brazil : impacts and consequences / Hugo Bornatowski, Raul R. Braga, and Rodrigo P. Barreto ; 11. West Indian manatee Trichechus manatus in South America : distribution, ecology and health assessment / Ana C.O. de Meirelles, Vitor L. Carvalho, and Miriam Marmontel ; 12. Ecology and conservation of cetaceans of Costa Rica and Panama / Laura J. May-Collado, Marisol Amador-Caballero, José Julio Casas, Mónica P. Gamboa-Poveda, Frank Garita-Alpízar, Tim Gerrodette, Rocío González-Barrientos, Gabriela Hernández-Mora, Daniel M. Palacios, José D. Palacios-Alfaro, Betzi Pérez, Kristin Rasmussen, Lissette Trejos-Lasso, and Javier Rodríguez-Fonseca ; 13. Anthropogenic noise and Guiana dolphins (Sotalia guianensis) in Brazil : ecological and conservation concerns / Fábio de Sousa Pais, Rafaela Prado Cardoso, Marcos R. Rossi-Santos, Leonardo L. Wedekin, Flávio J.L. Silva, Emygdio L.A. Monteiro-Filho, and Dalila Teles Martins Leão ; 14. The Atlantic goliath grouper : conservation strategies for a critically endangered species in Brazil / Maurício Hostim-Silva, Áthila A. Bertoncini, Maíra Borgonha, Jonas Rodrigues Leite, Matheus O. Freitas, Felippe Alexandre Daros, Leonardo S. Bueno, Ana Paula C. Farro, and Christopher C. Koenig ; 15. The spreading message in a noisy world : song behavior and acoustic ecology in humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae), from the southwestern Atlantic Ocean / Marcos R. Rossi-Santos ; 16. Conservation advances for the southern right whales in Brazil / Karina Groch ; 17. Behavior and ecology of endangered species living together : long-term monitoring of resident sympatric dolphin populations / Marta J. Cremer, Annelise C. Holz, Camila M. Sartori, Beatriz Schulze, Renan L. Paitach, and Paulo C. Simões-Lopes
Marine animals--Research  Search this
Vertebrates--Research  Search this
Marine animals--Ecology  Search this
Marine animals--Conservation  Search this
Marine animals  Search this
Vertebrates--Ecology  Search this
Vertebrates--Conservation  Search this
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