Fins, Flukes and Flippers: The Ecology and Management of Bottlenose Dolphins in the Carolinas

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Date

4-11-2016

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1:08:52

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Robert Young speaks on the topic “Fins, Flukes and Flippers; The Ecology and Management of Bottlenose Dolphins in the Carolinas” in this lecture. Research on dolphins has practical applications for the management and health of coastal ecosystems and fisheries. In a broader sense, however, people are fascinated by dolphins in general, and insights into their behaviors and ecological roles have always instilled a passion for the natural world and marine conservation in general.

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This series was made possible through the generous support of HTC, the Horry Telephone Cooperative, Inc. Image Caption: Group photo with plaque (l to r) Ralph Byington, Robert Young, and Michael Hagg.

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Coastal Carolina University--Periodicals;Lecture--Series;Bottlenose dolphin--Behavior;Bottlenose dolphin--Ecology;Young, Robert F.

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Copyright © Coastal Carolina University. For more information contact University Archives at Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC 29526.

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Fins, Flukes and Flippers: The Ecology and Management of Bottlenose Dolphins in the Carolinas

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