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    Original provider: Observatoire PELAGIS - Reseau National Echouage (French stranding network) - UMS 3462 University La Rochelle - CNRS Dataset credits: Observatoire PELAGIS UMS 3462, University La Rochelle - CNRS- Agence des Aires Marines Protégées - Direction de l'Eau et de la Biodiversité Abstract: The French stranding network is co-ordinated by the Joint Service Unit PELAGIS, UMS 3462, University of La Rochelle-CNRS, dedicated to monitoring marine mammal and seabird populations, as a continuous monitoring programme.

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    Dataset information available at <a href=http://seamap.env.duke.edu/datasets/detail/432 target=_blank>http://seamap.env.duke.edu/datasets/detail/432</a>

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    The Years of the North Atlantic Humpback whale (YoNAH) is the broadest-ranging, most intensive study ever undertaken of a marine mammal species. Standardized sampling protocols were used in all areas to minimizes biases due to sampling. The YoNAH project collected photographs of individually distinctive natural markings, genetic samples and behaviour data on humpback whales in the North Atlantic Ocean.

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    Original provider: Observatoire PELAGIS UMS 3462 University La Rochelle - CNRS Dataset credits: Observatoire PELAGIS UMS 3462, University La Rochelle - CNRS Abstract: Regulation (EC) No 812/2004 of 26 April 2004 is intended to assess the incidental catch of cetaceans in fisheries and to reduce bycatch in some fisheries. This regulation requires plans observation on vessels over 15 meters operating in pelagic trawl or large vertical opening in ICES zones VI, VII, VIII and IX, and vessesl over 15 meters operating with set nets in ICES VIa, VI-a,b and VIIIa,b,c and IX.The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (Directorate of Marine Fisheries and Aquaculture - DPMA) is responsible for the implementation of the Regulation for France. An observation program of incidental catches of cetaceans started in 2006 on the French metropolitan coast.

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    dataset information available at <a href=http://seamap.env.duke.edu/datasets/detail/425 target=_blank>http://seamap.env.duke.edu/datasets/detail/425</a>

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    Full metadata description available at <a href=http://seamap.env.duke.edu/prod/services/datasets/show_xml_metadata.php?datasetid=429 target=_blank>seamap.env.duke.edu/prod/services/datasets/show_xml_metadata.php?datasetid=42</a>

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    Dataset information available at <a href=http://seamap.env.duke.edu/datasets/detail/423 target=_blank>seamap.env.duke.edu/datasets/detail/423</a>

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    Original provider: Claudio Fossati, University of Pavia Dataset credits: Claudio Fossati and Giulia Romè, CIBRA Center for Bioacoustics, University of Pavia Abstract: CIBRA Center for Bioacoustics, Univ. of Pavia, organizes research cruises in the Med sea since 1994. Visual and acoustic contacts (1994 - 2001) are available on OBIS-SEAMAP, while acoustic recordings are stored in our Sound library and available upon request. Purpose: Data were collected during cetacean research campaigns, acoustic software and hardware development campaigns.