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A detailed identification guide to the nine pinniped species (seals) and 41 cetacean species (whales, dolphins, and porpoises) that have been recorded in the region.

Rob Still, Rob / Harrop, Hugh / Dias, Luís / Stenton, Tim

Europe's Sea Mammals Including the Azores, Madeira, the Canary Islands and Cape Verde

A field guide to the whales, dolphins, porpoises and seals

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS

    40,95 € / $47.00 / £37.00*

    eBook (PDF)
    Publication Date:
    2019
    Copyright year:
    2019
    To be published:
    June 2019
    ISBN
    978-0-691-19062-4
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    Overview

    Aims and Scope

    A state-of-the-art photographic identification guide to Europe’s whales, dolphins, porpoises and seals

    This cutting-edge photographic identification guide to Europe’s sea mammals—the only such guide of its kind—covers the 39 species of whales, dolphins and porpoises and 9 species of seals found in the region, which spans the eastern Atlantic from Iceland to Macaronesia, and the Mediterranean, Caspian and Baltic seas. Written and illustrated by a team of professional tour guides with extensive experience presenting the region’s sea mammals, the guide features more than 180 color photographs, maps and graphics, highlights key identification features and includes information on the range, ecology, behaviour and conservation status of each species. Produced with the marine conservation charity ORCA, the book presents mapping data from a decade of surveys, which shows both current distribution and changes over time.

    Europe’s Sea Mammals is an essential companion for whale watchers and anyone else who is interested in this enigmatic group of mammals.

    • The only photographic guide dedicated to this popular whale-watching region
    • Features more than 180 color photos, maps and graphics
    • Highlights key identification features and provides essential information on the range, ecology, behaviour and conservation status of each species

    Details

    200 color photos
    PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS
    Language:
    English
    Readership:
    General/trade;Professional and scholarly;College/higher education;

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    Robert Still is publishing director of WILDGuides and a prolific natural history author. Hugh Harrop is an award-winning photographer and owner of the ecotourism business Shetland Wildlife. Tim Stenton is a widely traveled whale photographer and the author of Moray Firth Dolphins. Luís Dias is an accomplished photographer and former marine research biologist who runs ocean tours from Madeira.

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