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California blue whales bounce back from near extinction: Study – Tech Times

Tech Times California blue whales bounce back from near extinction: StudyTech Times… not going to cause overall population declines, there is still going to be ongoing concern that we don't want these whales killed by ships," said study co-author Trevor Branch, from the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences at the University of …California Blue … Continue reading

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California Blue Whale Population Once Again on the Rise – SavingAdvice.com

SavingAdvice.com California Blue Whale Population Once Again on the RiseSavingAdvice.comThe study, published by the journal Marine Mammal Science, was conducted by Cole Monnahan, a student at the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences at the University of Washington. The focus of this doctoral student was on the population of blue whales …North Pacific Blue Whale Population … Continue reading

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North Pacific Blue Whale Population Rebounds To Near-Historic Levels – RedOrbit

RedOrbit North Pacific Blue Whale Population Rebounds To Near-Historic LevelsRedOrbitMonnahan was joined on the study by Trevor Branch and Andre Punt, both of the UW School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, and based on their findings, they conclude that the North Pacific blue whale population most likely never dropped below 460 …and more » via “school of … Continue reading

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Can intense predation by bears exert a depensatory effect on recruitment in a Pacific salmon population?

Can intense predation by bears exert a depensatory effect on recruitment in a Pacific salmon population? Oecologia. 2014 Aug 26; Authors: Quinn TP, Cunningham CJ, Randall J, Hilborn R Abstract It has long been recognized that, as populations increase in density, ecological processes affecting growth and survival reduce per capita recruitment in the next generation. … Continue reading