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Marine Mammal Welfare

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Introduction
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    Chapter 2 Anthropogenic Ocean Change: The Consummate Threat to Marine Mammal Welfare
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    Chapter 3 Of Poisons and Plastics: An Overview of the Latest Pollution Issues Affecting Marine Mammals
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    Chapter 4 Welfare Implications of Cetacean Bycatch and Entanglements
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    Chapter 5 From Hunting to Watching: Human Interactions with Cetaceans
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    Chapter 6 Welfare Issues Associated with Small Toothed Whale Hunts: An Example, the ‘Drive Hunt’ in Taiji, Japan
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    Chapter 7 Din of the Deep: Noise in the Ocean and Its Impacts on Cetaceans
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    Chapter 8 Evaluating the Welfare Implications of Climate Change for Cetaceans
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    Chapter 9 Managing the Welfare of Marine Mammals at Mass Strandings in Golden Bay, New Zealand
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    Chapter 10 Social Change in Cetacean Populations Resulting from Human Influences
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    Chapter 11 Cetaceans in Captivity
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    Chapter 12 Assessing the Welfare of Cetacea
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    Chapter 13 The Welfare Impact on Pinnipeds of Marine Debris and Fisheries
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    Chapter 14 Loss of Habitat: Impacts on Pinnipeds and Their Welfare
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    Chapter 15 Welfare Aspects of Commercial Hunting and Climate Change
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    Chapter 16 Assessing the Welfare of Pinnipeds
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    Chapter 17 Human Interactions with Sirenians (Manatees and Dugongs)
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    Chapter 18 Impacts of Marine Debris and Fisheries on Sirenians
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    Chapter 19 Impact of Climate Change and Loss of Habitat on Sirenians
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    Chapter 20 Sirenian Health and Well-Being in Managed Care
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    Chapter 21 Assessing Welfare of Individual Sirenians in the Wild and in Captivity
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    Chapter 22 Human–Polar Bear Interactions in a Changing Arctic: Existing and Emerging Concerns
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    Chapter 23 Polar Bears and Sea Ice Habitat Change
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    Chapter 24 Implications of Rapid Environmental Change for Polar Bear Behavior and Sociality
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    Chapter 25 Uncertainties in Forecasting the Response of Polar Bears to Global Climate Change
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    Chapter 26 The Harvest of Polar Bears Across the Circumpolar North
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    Chapter 27 Welfare of Captive Polar Bears and Their Value to In Situ Conservation Efforts
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    Chapter 28 Monitoring the Welfare of Polar Bear Populations in a Rapidly Changing Arctic
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    Chapter 29 Effects on Otters of Pollution, Fisheries Equipment and Water-Borne Debris
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    Chapter 30 Animal Welfare Issues Pertaining to the Trapping of Otters for Research, Conservation, and Fur
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    Chapter 31 Otters in Captivity
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    Chapter 32 Pathology of Marine Mammals: What It Can Tell Us About Environment and Welfare
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    Chapter 33 Epilogue
Attention for Chapter 17: Human Interactions with Sirenians (Manatees and Dugongs)
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Chapter title
Human Interactions with Sirenians (Manatees and Dugongs)
Chapter number 17
Book title
Marine Mammal Welfare
Published in
US Geological Survey, June 2017
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-46994-2_17
Book ISBNs
978-3-31-946993-5, 978-3-31-946994-2
Authors

Robert K. Bonde, Mark Flint, Bonde, Robert K., Flint, Mark

Editors

Andy Butterworth

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Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Ph. D. Student 1 100%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Social Sciences 1 100%

Attention Score in Context

This research output has an Altmetric Attention Score of 1. This is our high-level measure of the quality and quantity of online attention that it has received. This Attention Score, as well as the ranking and number of research outputs shown below, was calculated when the research output was last mentioned on 14 August 2017.
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#850
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