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Título: Show me your body and I tell you how hold you are: a non-invasive methodto define 6 life history-classes in Risso's dolphins (Grampus griseus), using an identified trial population in the Atlantic
Autor: Hartman, Karin L.
Wittich, Anja
Azevedo, José M. N.
Palavras-chave: Risso's Dolphins (Grampus griseus)
Data: 2013
Citação: Hartman, K, Wittich, A, Azevedo, JMN (2013). Show me your body and I tell you how hold you are: a non-invasive methodto define 6 life history-classes in Risso's dolphins (Grampus griseus), using an identified trial population in the Atlantic. In: Chen, I, Hartman, K, Simmonds, M, Wittich, A & Wright, AJ (Eds.). Grampus griseus 200th anniversary: Risso’s dolphins in the contemporary world. Report from the European Cetacean Society Conference Workshop, Galway, Ireland, European Cetacean Society Special Publication Series No 54, pp: 69-88.
Resumo: "[…]. The objective of this paper is to present a new non-intrusive and inexpensive method to classify six life history stages in Risso's dolphins: from newborn calf to old-adult. We propose an age-class indicator model using the scarification patterns and the species unique discoloration process. We developed two methods and tested these among 52 rankers to examine if our proposed methods could be applied by anybody and if they would conform with our age class model. We also investigated the possible differences in the scarification patterns between genders. We used a longterm followed identified population of Risso's dolphins in the Azores to set up our test methods and report our present results."
Descrição: European Cetacean Society Conference Workshop, Galway, Ireland, 25th March 2012.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.3/3038
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