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Migratory timing of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) in the central North Pacific varies with age, sex and reproductive status.

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Craig, A. S., Herman, L. M., Gabriele, C. M., & Pack, A. A. (2002)
Migratory timing of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) in the central North Pacific varies with age, sex and reproductive status. Behaviour, 140, (981-1000). doi:10.1163/156853903322589605. ISSN 0005-7959
Humpback whales migrate seasonally between high-latitude summer feeding grounds and low-latitude winter breeding grounds. Identification photographs of humpback whales were co...

The Sustainability of Whale-watching in Scotland

Journal Article
Woods-Ballard, A., Parsons, E., Velander, K., Hughes, A., Ladle, R., & Warburton, C. (2003)
The Sustainability of Whale-watching in Scotland. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 11(1), 40-55. doi:10.1080/09669580308667192
Scotland's tourism trade grosses £2.5 billion annually and supports 180,000 jobs; whale-watching is an important part of this activity. Whales and dolphins are the country's n...

Male mate choice and male-male competition coexist in the humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae).

Journal Article
Craig, A. S., Herman, L. M. & Pack, A. A. (2002)
Male mate choice and male-male competition coexist in the humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae). Canadian Journal of Zoology. 80, 745-755. doi:10.1139/z02-050. ISSN 0008-4301
Male humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) outnumber females on the winter grounds and compete physically for proximity to females. Analyses of identification photographs c...