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van Franeker, Jan A (2004): Tab.1: Estimates for marine mammals populations south of the Antarctic Polar Front. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.757612, Supplement to: van Franeker, JA (2004): Distribution and population densities of Marine Mammals South of 60 °S. Polarforschung, 72(2/3), 71-74, hdl:10013/epic.29887.d001

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Abstract:
The aim of this contribution is to supply summarized information on the distribution and numbers of marine mammals in the Antarctic. In relation to the topic of the workshop the question to be answered is: "Is there spatial or temporal variation in mammalian presence in the Antarctic area that has relevance to the operation of acoustic devices". If acoustic devices have impact on marine mammals, this does not stop at political borders. Nevertheless, since legal implementation of the Antarctic Environmental Protocol was the major stimulus behind the workshop, this contribution was asked to limit itself to the Antarctic Treaty area, that is south of 60°S.
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#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethodComment
1GroupGroupvan Franeker, Jan A
2SpeciesSpeciesvan Franeker, Jan A
3PopulationPopul#van Franeker, Jan A±CCAMLR area population individuals
4MaximumMaxvan Franeker, Jan A[#] maximum summer popul. south of 60°S
5MinimumMinvan Franeker, Jan A[#] minimum summer popul. south of 60°S
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