Joint observatories following a single male Cachalot during 12 weeks —The Yukusam story

@article{Spong2018JointOF,
  title={Joint observatories following a single male Cachalot during 12 weeks —The Yukusam story},
  author={P. Spong and H. Symonds and H. Glotin and J. Towers and Lisa Larsson and T. Dakin and S. Veirs and E. Zwamborn and James C Pilkinton and P. Giraudet and V. Veirs and Jason Wood and J. K. Ford},
  journal={Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2018},
  volume={144},
  pages={1958-1958}
}
From 11 February to 31 March 2018, a lone male sperm whale visited coastal waters from the northeast to southern ends of Vancouver Island. This whale, named "Yukusam" after the Namgis First Nation word for Hanson Island, near where the whale was first observed and recorded, is the first sperm whale recorded acoustically in the area since 1984 and is the only sperm whale ever observed in coastal waters between Vancouver Island and continental North America. The Yukusam tracking story is a… Expand