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Accumulation of Organotin Compounds in Tissues and Organs of Stranded Whales Along the Coasts of Thailand
Concentrations of butyltin (BT) and phenyltin (PT) compounds were measured in organs and tissues of five species of whales (Bride’s whale [Balaenoptera edeni], false killer whale [PseudorcaExpand
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Community Perspectives and Conservation Needs for Dugongs (Dugong dugon) Along the Andaman Coast of Thailand
The dugong is classified as vulnerable to extinction by the World Conservation Union on the basis of declines in area or extent of occupancy, habitat quality, and actual or potential levels ofExpand
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DUGONG (DUGONG DUGON) ABUNDANCE ALONG THE ANDAMAN COAST OF THAILAND
In 2000 and 2001, dugong abundance was estimated using aerial surveys in three provinces along the Andaman coast of Thailand. A microlite aircraft was used to fly aerial transects over seagrassExpand
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Detection probability of vocalizing dugongs during playback of conspecific calls.
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Dugongs (Dugong dugon) were monitored using simultaneous passive acoustic methods and visual observations in Thai waters during January 2008 using a 300 s matching time interval. Expand
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STRANDED CETACEANS FROM THAILAND
An extensive study on dolphins and whales has been conducted in Thai waters by Phuket Marine Biological Center (PMBC) since 1993. Interview surveys and examination of stranded animals and by-catchExpand
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Observations of dugong reproductive behavior in Trang Province, Thailand: further evidence of intraspecific variation in dugong behavior
The seagrass beds at Muk Island and Talibong Island in Thailand are important areas for dugong (Dugong dugon) feeding and reproduction. We used opportunistic observations during aerial surveys toExpand
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Dugong (Dugong dugon) vocalization patterns recorded by automatic underwater sound monitoring systems.
To quantitatively examine the diurnal, or tidal, effects on dugong behavior, we employed passive acoustic observation techniques to monitor the animals. Automatic underwater sound monitoring systemsExpand
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Feeding behavior of wild dugongs monitored by a passive acoustical method.
Little is known about feeding behavior of wild dugongs (Dugong dugon) because direct measurements of feeding events in the water were scarcely feasible. In this study, the authors achieved the firstExpand
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Callback response of dugongs to conspecific chirp playbacks.
Dugongs (Dugong dugon) produce bird-like calls such as chirps and trills. The vocal responses of dugongs to playbacks of several acoustic stimuli were investigated. Animals were exposed to fourExpand
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