Transient killer whale range - Satellite tagging of West Coast transient killer whales to determine range and movement patterns

Transient killers whales inhabit the West Coast of the United States. Their range and movement patterns are difficult to ascertain, but are vital to understanding killer whale population dynamics and abundance trends. Satellite tagging of West Coast transient killer whales to determine range and movement patterns will provide data to assist in understanding transient killer whale populations. Locational data.

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Last Updated June 21, 2019, 23:34
Created June 10, 2017, 17:30
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contact-email Brad.Hanson@noaa.gov
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guid gov.noaa.nmfs.inport:17900
licence ["NOAA provides no warranty, nor accepts any liability occurring from any incomplete, incorrect, or misleading data, or from any incorrect, incomplete, or misleading use of the data. It is the responsibility of the user to determine whether or not the data is suitable for the intended purpose."]
metadata-date 2019-06-05T16:05:43
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