Protecting Marine Mammals in Crowded Waters: The ECOPOTENTIAL project is using cutting-edge satellite imagery, ecological modelling and local knowledge to improve the conservation of marine mammals in the Mediterranean Sea

Björn Alfthan (Designer), Levi Westerveld (Developer), E.G. Drakou

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Original languageEnglish
PublisherGRID Arendal
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 27 Feb 2018

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Protecting Marine Mammals in Crowded Waters : The ECOPOTENTIAL project is using cutting-edge satellite imagery, ecological modelling and local knowledge to improve the conservation of marine mammals in the Mediterranean Sea. Alfthan, Björn (Designer); Westerveld, Levi (Developer); Drakou, E.G. (Author). 2018. GRID Arendal.

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