Introduction to the Special Volume on Tursiops in the Southwest Atlantic Ocean

Pedro F. Fruet, Paula Laporta, Juliana C. Di Tullio, Eduardo R. Secchi, Eduardo Morteo, Gabriela Tezanos-Pinto, Luciana Möller, Miriam Marmontel, Daniel M. Palacios

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LAJAM Special Volume on Tursiops in the Southwest Atlantic Ocean is introduced.

Keywords


Strandings; Abundance Estimation; Habitat Use; Photo-Identification; Feeding Ecology; Fisheries Interactions

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