Open Journal of Marine Science

Open Journal of Marine Science

ISSN Print: 2161-7384
ISSN Online: 2161-7392
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"Utilizing Occupancy Models and Platforms-of-Opportunity to Assess Area Use of Mother-Calf Humpback Whales"
written by J. J. Currie, S. H. Stack, J. A. McCordic, J. Roberts,
published by Open Journal of Marine Science, Vol.8 No.2, 2018
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