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The vast expanses of the South Pacific Ocean have, until recently, concealed the identity of the world’s rarest whale, the spade-toothed beaked whale (Mesoplodon traversii).
MPA news is a Global News and Analysis on Marine Protected Areas. In this May_June 2010 issue the education spotlight is on our very own Experiencing Marine Reserves programme.
This issue features :
The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico contributing millions of litres of crude oil entering the water column daily
The MPA around the Chagos Archipelego touted as the largest MPA in the world, yet the degree in which fishing will be restricted remains unclear
MPA law enforcement
Whale Sanctuary in Tokelau
Phoenix Islands Protected Area starts fundraising; no-take area to increase over time and much more…
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A report on the marine survey work carried out in the Phoenix Islands in 2013
Whale Watching Guidelines
This report from the South Pacific Whale Research Consortium is for the consideration of the Scientific Committee of the International Whaling Commission
National Marine Sancturies in the Pacific relating to Whales
Whale Stocks - illegal hunting
Mystery of the Missing Humpbacks solved by Soviet Data http://www.sciencemag.org
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