We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the following individuals for their time and trouble to help with planning this effort, content preparation, and reviews.

James Barnett – British Divers Marine Life Rescue, UK

Mike Walsh  – University of Florida, USA

Gretchen Lovewell – Mote Marine Lab, USA

Andrew Brownlow – Scotland’s Rural College, Scotland

Putu Lisa Mustika ‘Icha’ – Cetacean Sirenian Indonesia, Indonesia

Doug Coughran Australian – Large Whale Disentanglement Network, Australia

Sue Barco – Virginia Aquarium, USA

Paul Jepson  – Zoological Society London, UK

Misty Niemeyer  – International Fund for Animal Welfare/ IFAW, USA

Katie Pugliares  – New England Aquarium, USA

Sandro Mazzariol –  University of University of Padova/UNIPD, Italy

Antonio Fernandez  – Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria/ULPGC, Spain

Jody Westberg  – SeaWorld San Diego, USA

Michelle Barbieri  – National Marine Fisheries Service/NOAA, USA

Erika Nilson – Sea World Necropsy Technician, USA

Christine Fontaine – The Marine Mammal Center/TMMC, USA

Tracey Goldstein – University of California, Davis, USA

Valeria Ruoppolo – International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), Brazil

Guillermo Rodriguez – Fundacion Mundomar, Chile

Isabel Hernandez – Fundacion Mundomar, Chile

Pádraig Duignan – University of Calgary, Canada

Nina Young – National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA, USA

Stephanie Plön – Port Elizabeth Museum, South Africa

Paolo Martelli – Ocean Park, Hong Kong

Tracey Goldstein – University of California, Davis, USA

Ellen Hines – San Francisco State University, USA

Kátia R. Groch – Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil

Peter Thomas – Marine Mammal Commission, USA

David Mattila – International Whaling Commission (IWC)/NOAA

Marcy Uhart – University of California, Davis, USA

Paul Calle – Wildlife Conservation Society, Canada

Mauricio Ulloa Encina – SERNAPESCA, Chile

Josué Díaz Delgado – Instituto Universitario de Sanidad Animal y Seguridad Alimentaria (IUSA),
Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain

We would also like to gratefully acknowledge Ann Devenish’s timely guidance and assistance in hosting materials in the WHOAS repository and managing user accounts. (Email: )

Photo by M. Srinivasan


Woods Hole Open Access Server

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