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Survival estimates of western gray whalesEschrichtius robustusincorporating individual heterogeneity and temporary emigration

ABSTRACT: Gray whalesEschrichtius robustusexist as 2 geographically and genetically distinct populations in the eastern and western North Pacific. Subjected to intensive commercial whaling during the 19th and 20th centuries, the western population presently numbers approximately 100 individuals... Full description

1st Person: Bradford, Amanda L.
Additional Persons: Wade, Paul R.; Weller, David W.; Burdin, Alexander M.; Ivashchenko, Yulia V.; Tsidulko, Grigory A.; VanBlaricom, Glenn R.; Brownell, Robert L.
Source: in Marine Ecology Progress Series Vol. 315 (2006), p. 293-307
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2006
Keywords: Survival estimation
Temporary emigration
Individual heterogeneity
Western gray whale
Robust design
Mark-recapture
Photo-identification
Sakhalin Island
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