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Normal behaviour and disturbance responses of walruses (Odobenus rosmarus L.) during terrestrial haul-out, eastern Bathurst Island, N.W.T., July-August 1977
Richard Edward Salter
Bibliography: p. 68.
|Statement||prepared for Polar Gas Project by R. E. Salter. --|
|Series||Polar Gas Project. Polar gas environmental program -- [no.37]|
|Contributions||L.G.L. Limited, Environmental Research Associates, Polar Gas Project|
|LC Classifications||TD125 .P6 no.37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
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Use of the terrestrial haul-out sites was sometimes restricted by sea-ice cover, but walruses were also absent (or present rarely) at some sites, despite a lack of sea ice.
Tourists on land and boats near the haul-out sites (with a single exception) did not disturb walrus haul-out behaviour significantly (p > ) at any of the by: 2.
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In this manuscript I identify a number of areas where insights from the field of animal behavior are relevant to studies of human disturbance Cited by: Walrus numbers are not precisely known, but there are thought to be approximatelyPacific walruses and s Atlantic walruses (Laidre et al., ).The Pacific walrus population in the Bering and Chukchi Seas declined by approximately 50% in the period –, from a high of about(Taylor and Udevitz, ), after which time this population stabilized and Cited by: 4.
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