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Understanding Spinner Dolphin Marine Tourism in Hawai'i: A Social Approach to Assessing Underwater Interactions

@inproceedings{Wiener2016UnderstandingSD,
  title={Understanding Spinner Dolphin Marine Tourism in Hawai'i: A Social Approach to Assessing Underwater Interactions},
  author={Carlie S. Wiener},
  year={2016}
}
..................................................................................................................... ii Dedication .................................................................................................................. iii Acknowledgments ....................................................................................................... iv List of Tables… 
Lust for rust : wreck divers and the management of underwater cultural heritage
...................................................................................................................................... ii Publications arising from this research
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