Bibliographies and Misc. References
||American Society of Mammalogists
- Recent Literature of Mammalogy. American Society of Mammalogists,
1041 New Hampshire St., Lawrence, Kansas 66044. (Lists of current
literature on all aspects of mammalogy up to 1985; Literature
published in Journal of Mammalogy is indexed annually in that
||Balazs, G.H. and G.C. Whittow
- Revised Bibliography of the Hawaiian Monk Seal Monachus schauinslandi
Matschie 1905. Sea Grant College Program, University of Hawaii,
2540 Maile Way, Spalding Hall 253, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822. 27
pp. (Literature up to January 31, 1979; 416 titles. First published
in 1978 as Technical Report 35 of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology.)
- Marine Mammals: A Selected Bibliography. Revised 1979 edition.
Marine Mammal Commission, 1625 I St.N.W., Washington, DC 20006.
91 pp. (647 titles; includes legal references, sources of information,
and complete list of Marine Mammal Commission Reports.)
- An Annotated Catalog of Published and Unpublished Sources of
Data on Populations, Life History, and Ecology of Coastal Marine
Mammals of California. Southwest Fisheries Center Administrative
Report LJ-79-1, National Marine Fisheries Service, National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administration, Southwest Fisheries Center, La
Jolla, California 92038. (873 titles.)
- Bibliography of the Southern Elephant Seal, Mirounga leonina
(L.). Occasional Paper No. 3, Scott Polar Research Institute,
Cambridge, England. 58 pp. (Published titles up to and including
||Phillips, C. M. (Compiler)
- Fur Seal Bibliography 1976-1986. NOAA Technical Report NMFS,
No. 51, pp. 207-212. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,
National Marine Fisheries Service, Seattle, Washington 98115-0070.
||Ronald, K., L.M. Hanly, P.J. Healey, and
- An Annotated Bibliography on the Pinnipedia. International Council
for the Exploration of the Sea, DK 2920, Charlottenlund, Denmark.
785 pp.(Some 9,500 references covering years from antiquity to
||Ronald, K., P.J. Healey, J. Dougan, L.J.
Selley, and L. Dunn
- An Annotated Bibliography on the Pinnipedia Supplement 1. International
Council for the Exploration of the Sea. Palaegade 2-4 DK- 1261.
Copenhagen, Denmark. 346 pp. (3,220 references with author and
||Ronald, K., B.L. Gots, J.D. Lupson, et
- An Annotated Bibliography of Seals, Sea Lions, and Walrus. Supplement
2. International Council for Exploration of the Sea. Copenhagen,
Denmark. 801 pp. (Inclusions from contact with authors, published
papers, data received from search systems: Wildlife Information
Service, and Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information.)
- Selected Annotated References on Marine Mammals of Alaska. Northwest
and Alaska Fisheries Center,National Marine Fisheries Service,
7600 Sand Point Way, N.E., Seattle, Washington 98115. 178 pp.
(564 citations; collected as part of NOAA's Outer Continental
Shelf Environmental Assessment Program.)
- The Walrus International Technical and Scientific Committee's
Bibliography on Walrus Odobenus rosmarus to January, 1993. Fisheries
and Oceans Freshwater Institute, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 195 pp.
- Books and Articles on Marine Mammals. U.S. Department of the
Interior, Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, Circular 299. 14 pp.
(324 titles on pinnipeds and cetaceans.)
- Recent Literature on the Northern Fur Seal. Northwest Fisheries
Center Processed Report, Seattle, Washington. 23 pp. (255 titles
of published and unpublished literature.)
||U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
- Wildlife Review. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, + Department
of the Interior, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
80523. (Abstracts entire wildlife literature with emphasis on
wildlife management and conservation; published quarterly.)
- Annotated Bibliography of Publications from the U.S. Navy's
Marine Mammal Program. Update 1 July 1980. Code 5104, Naval Ocean
Systems Center, San Diego, California 92152. 45 pp. (241 titles
organized into units on sound, physiology, health care, breeding
behavior, open sea release, tagging, and hydrodynamics.)
ADDITIONAL SOURCES OF INFORMATION
Aquatic Mammals, published three times annually by the
European Association for Aquatic Mammals, is a professional journal focusing
on technical works on the biology, medical care, conservation and related
investigations of aquatic mammals, particularly captive ones. For subscription
information or submission of papers, contact Paul E. Nachtigall, Editor,
Aquatic Mammals, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii,
P.O. Box 1106, Kailua, Hawaii 96734 USA.
Biological Abstracts, a semimonthly publication, abstracts
articles from nearly all the major technical biological journals. Listings
are by subject, author, key word and systematic heading.
British Columbia Marine Mammal Directory, West
Coast Whale Research Foundation, 2020-1040 West Georgia St., Vancouver,
BC V6E 4H1, Canada.
International Marine Mammal Scientists Directory. 1985.
Compiled by S. Pearson. National Marine Fisheries Service, National Marine
Mammal Laboratory, 7600 Sand Point Way, N.E., Seattle, Washington 98115-0070.
159 pp. (List of marine mammal scientists, their research activities,
and organizations engaged in marine mammal research.)
Journal of Mammalogy, a publication of the American
Society of Mammalogists, H. Duane Smith, Secretary-Treasurer, 501 Widtsoe
Building, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602 is issued quarterly;
publishes technical studies on all aspects of the biology and behavior
of mammals. Annual index. Special Publications and Mammalian Species may
be ordered from the Secretary of the Society; current address is available
in recent journals.
Marine Mammal Commission is an independent U.S. government agency. It
provides annual reports and copies of pertinent articles describing current
research and the status of marine mammals. A list of all Marine Mammal
Contract Reports is available directly from the Commission, 1825 Connecticut
Ave., NW, Suite 512, Washington, DC 20009
Marine Mammal Science, a quarterly journal published
by the Society for Marine Mammalogy, an international organization of
marine mammalogists, is devoted to authoritative, technical papers on
all aspects of marine mammal biology. It includes book reviews and letters
with commentary on issues affecting marine mammals or marine mammal science.
For subscription information, write to Dr. K.J. Frost, Alaska Department
of Fish and Game, 1300 College Rd., Fairbanks, AK 99701.
Zoological Record, an index published by the
Zoological Society of London, specializes in citations of interest to
taxonomists but also lists articles on morphology, physiology, genetics,
and ecology of specific animal groups; indexed by author, subject, systematics,
and geographic area.
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