Gray whale ( Eschrichtius robustus ) in the Mediterranean Sea: anomalous event or early sign of climate-driven distribution change?

@article{Scheinin2011GrayW,
  title={Gray whale ( Eschrichtius robustus ) in the Mediterranean Sea: anomalous event or early sign of climate-driven distribution change?},
  author={Aviad P. Scheinin and Dan Kerem and Colin D MacLeod and Manel Gazo and Carla Chicote and Manuel Castellote},
  journal={Marine Biodiversity Records},
  year={2011},
  volume={4}
}
  • Aviad P. Scheinin, Dan Kerem,, +3 authors Manuel Castellote
  • Published 2011
  • Biology
  • Marine Biodiversity Records
  • On 8 May 2010, a gray whale was sighted off the Israeli Mediterranean shore and twenty-two days later, the same individual was sighted in Spanish Mediterranean waters. Since gray whales were last recorded in the North Atlantic in the 1700s, these sightings prompted much speculation about this whale's population origin. Here, we consider three hypotheses for the origin of this individual: (1) it represents a vagrant individual from the larger extant population of gray whales found in the eastern… CONTINUE READING

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