Movements of satellite-tagged Blainville ’ s beaked whales off the island of Hawai ‘ i

  title={Movements of satellite-tagged Blainville ’ s beaked whales off the island of Hawai ‘ i},
  author={Gregory S. Schorr and Robin W. Baird and Michelle B Hanson and Daniel L. Webster and Daniel J. McSweeney and Russel D. Andrews},
Studies of movement patterns and habitat use in cetaceans are often constrained by factors such as ship time, logistics, and the ability to follow individuals over time. Obtaining this information on beaked whales is especially difficult, yet the information is critical to their management and conservation, particularly in light of their susceptibility to naval sonar. To better understand the movements of beaked whales around Hawai‘i, Argos-linked satellite tags were remotely applied to the… CONTINUE READING
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