Marine mammal necropsy : an introductory guide for stranding responders and field biologists

  title={Marine mammal necropsy : an introductory guide for stranding responders and field biologists},
  author={Katie R. Pugliares and Andrea Bogomolni and Kathleen M. Touhey and Sarah M. Herzig and Charles T. Harry and Michael J Moore},
Funding was provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration under Cooperative Grant No. NA05NMF4391165. 

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