Key Findings in 2014 include: Record numbers of gray whale mother-calf pairs enter the lagoon [download] Read 2014 Gray Whale Report [/download] Dis-entanglement workshop pays off and saves a gray whale calf [download] Read Workshop report & Calf Disentanglement report [/download] Photo-ID matches confirm movements between all three Baja lagoons and Russia; [download] View Urban's Presentation [/download] Collaboration with ESSA researchers yields new data from Laguna Ojo de Liebre Acoustics Team reports on noise trends in the lagoon from 2006-2013 [download] View Kerri Seger's ASA presentation [/download] LSIESP researchers present papers at SOMEMMA and...
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