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Technical Reports of the Institute of Cetacean Research (TEREP-ICR) 目次


2号 (2018年12月) (7.86MB)

Foreword

Editorial

Contents


Technical Reports

Fujise, Y. and Pastene, L.A. Cetaceans as indicators of historical and current changes in the Antarctic ecosystem. 1-13.

Hakamada, T. and Tamura, T. An overview of the Institute of Cetacean Research work on ecosystem modeling in the Antarctic and western North Pacific 14-19.

Matsuoka, K. and Hakamada, T. Geographical distribution of whales in the Indo-Pacific region of the Antarctic based on JARPA and JARPAII sighting data collected in the period 1987/88-2008/09 20-31.

Bando, T. Earplug-based age determination and estimation of biological parameters in North Pacific Bryde's whales based on samples collected by JARPNII 32-37.

Mogoe, T. Biological observations of fin whales sampled by JARPAII in the Indo-Pacific region of the Antarctic 38-49.

Mogoe, T. Field and analytical protocol for the evaluation of novel non-lethal techniques in the Japanese whale research programs 50-55.

Goto, M. and Inoue, S. Results of feasibility studies on novel non-lethal techniques to address the main objectives of NEWREP-A 56-63.

Isoda, T., Tamura, T. and Pastene, L.A. Using JARPA and JARPAII platforms for investigating the occurrence of marine debris in the Indo-Pacific region of the Antarctic 64-73.


Technical Reports-Note

Matsuoka, K. and Pastene, L.A. A summary of photo-id information of blue, southern right and humpback whales collected by JARPA/JARPAII in the Indo-Pacific region of the Antarctic 74-76.


Commentary

Ohmagari, K. Ethics of Whaling: Is whaling truly immoral? 77-78.


International meetings

Participation of scientists of the Institute of Cetacean Research in International Meetings in 2018 79-80.


National meetings

Participation of Scientists of the Institute of Cetacean Research in National Meetings in 2018 81-82.


Peer-reviewed publications

List of peer-reviewed publications based on the Institute of Cetacean Research (ICR)'s surveys up to 2018 83-100.


1号(2017年12月) (7.63MB)

Foreword

Editorial

Contents


Technical Reports

Tamura, T., Matsuoka, K. and Pastene, L.A. An overview of the research programs on large whales conducted by the Institute of Cetacean Research. 1-14.

Taguchi, M., Goto, M. and Pastene, L.A. What do we know about the stock structure of Antarctic minke whales in the Indo-Pacific region of the Antarctic ? A brief review of methodologies and research outputs 15-21.

Bando, T. Laboratory and analytical approaches to estimate biological parameters in the Antarctic minke whale and summary of results 22-27.

Hakamada, T. and Matsuoka, K. Sighting survey procedures for abundance estimates of large whales in JARPA and JARPAII, and results for Antarctic minke whales 28-36.

Goto, M., Taguchi, M. and Pastene, L.A. Distribution and movement of ‘O’ and ‘J’ stock common minke whales in waters around Japan based on genetic assignment methods 37-43.

Konishi, K., Isoda, T. and Tamura, T. Overview of stomach content analyses for sei, Bryde's and common minke whales under the offshore component of JARPNII, and temporal changes in feeding habits 44-57.

Yasunaga, G. and Fujise, Y. Temporal trend of total mercury levels in common minke, sei and Bryde's whales in the western North Pacific in the period 1994-2014 58-67.


Technical Reports-Note

Goto, M., Taguchi, M. and Oikawa, H. A summary of the genetic samples of large whales collected by the Institute of Cetacean Research 68-70.


Commentary

Goodman, D. Evolution of the IWC Scientific Committee 71-75.


International meetings

Participation of Scientists of the Institute of Cetacean Research in International Meetings in 2017 77-79.


Peer-reviewed publications

List of peer-reviewed publications based on the Institute of Cetacean Research (ICR)'s surveys up to 2017 81-97.

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