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Hard Times for the Right Whale

Researchers Work to Prevent the Extinction of an Endangered Species

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Woods Hole Currents: Volume 10, Number 4, 2004

Table of Contents
The Tale of the WhaleThe Tale of the Whale
Putting a population to the test

The North Atlantic Right WhaleThe North Atlantic Right Whale
A species on the edge of extinction struggles to recover

The Collision Course of Whales and HumansThe Collision Course of Whales and Humans
Ships and right whales are meeting too often at sea

    Taking the Right Approach to WhalesTaking the Right Approach to Whales
A conversation with marine mammal researcher Michael Moore

One Sailboat. Six People. 18,000 MilesOne Sailboat. Six People. 18,000 Miles
Night watches, flying fish, and more tales of a 13-month voyage

Oh, What a Tangled Web We WeaveOh, What a Tangled Web We Weave
Fishing lines are snaring the unwanted bycatch

A Slippery RopeA Slippery Rope
An experiment in flossing with fishing line

The Death of ChurchillThe Death of Churchill
The final days of a right whale caught in man's snares

Learn More About Right Whale Conservation EffortsLearn More About Right Whale Conservation Efforts
Organizations and Program Resources

WHOI Waypoints: Dick Pittenger leaves WHOI in Ship ShapeWHOI Waypoints: Dick Pittenger leaves WHOI in Ship Shape

WHOI Waypoints: Charting a New CourseWHOI Waypoints: Charting a New Course

WHOI Waypoints: X-Ray Visions of Climate ChangeWHOI Waypoints: X-Ray Visions of Climate Change

Recent Medals and Awards for WHOI ResearchersWHOI Waypoints: Recent Medals and Awards for WHOI Researchers

WHOI Waypoints: Ocean Commission Recommends a Sea ChangeWHOI Waypoints: Ocean Commission Recommends a Sea Change


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