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Methods for passive acoustic tracking of marine mammals : estimating calling rates , depths and detection probability for density estimation

@inproceedings{Cholewiak2013MethodsFP,
  title={Methods for passive acoustic tracking of marine mammals : estimating calling rates , depths and detection probability for density estimation},
  author={Danielle M. Cholewiak and D. Risch and R. Valtierra and S. M. Parijs},
  year={2013}
}
  • Danielle M. Cholewiak, D. Risch, +1 author S. M. Parijs
  • Published 2013
  • Anthropogenic activities and their impacts on marine ecosystems are steadily becoming an issue of global concern. From fisheries interactions to pollution, shipping and habitat degradation, human activities are driving ecosystem changes and are increasingly threatening the existence of numerous marine species (Davidson et al., 2012; Halpern et al., 2007; Kappel, 2005; Read, 2008). For scientists working within a management framework, effective and efficient means for assessing species… CONTINUE READING
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