Between 2004 and 2008 Raincoast Conservation Foundation conducted marine surveys of cetaceans, pinnipeds and seabirds. Predictive Marine Mammal Modeling for Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia was analysis completed by Duke University’s Geospatial Ecology Lab in 2009.
Best, Benjamin and Patrick Halpin. 2009. Predictive Marine Mammal Modeling for Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia. Marine Geospatial Ecology Lab Duke University Marine Lab. Published by the Raincoast Conservation Foundation. Sidney, BC
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