The Cooperative Marine Mammal Salvage Program: Report on strandings of dead animals in 1981
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The Cooperative Marine Mammal Salvage Program: Report on strandings of dead animals in 1981
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The Cooperative Marine Mammal Salvage Program: Report on strandings of dead animals in 1981
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    The Cooperative Marine Mammal Salvage Program (CMMSP) is an organization of institutions in San Diego County, California, that investigates marine mammal strandings along the San Diego County coastline (Henderson and Hansen, 1981). The Southwest Fisheries Center (SWFC) is a member of the CMMSP and is responsible for investigating strandings of dead marine mammals. The strandings of 140 dead marine mammals were investigated by the SWFC during 1981. One-hundred-and-twenty-two were from the San Diego County coastline, 8 from San Clemente Island, 8 from San Miguel Island, and 3 from other areas of California (Table 1). Ten species were represented: 4 of pinnipeds and 6 of cetaceans. Eighty-two percent were California sea lions (Zalophus californianus). All the specimens are listed in Appendix I.
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