Where Have All The Right Whales Gone?

Marine researchers have mapped the density of one of the most endangered large whale species worldwide, the North Atlantic right whale, using newly analyzed data to predict and help avoid whales’ harmful, even fatal, exposure to commercial fishing and vessel strikes. Duke University’s Marine Geospatial Ecology Lab led a collaboration of 11 institutions in the United States that pooled 17 years of available visual survey data covering 9.7 million square kilometers of the U.S. Atlantic – roughly the same area as the entire contiguous United States. more, >>click to read<< 16:37

One Response to Where Have All The Right Whales Gone?

  1. Joel Hovanesian says:

    Jim, your doing a fine job researching all of the malfeasance that we know is taking place by our own govern ent when it comes to the reality of what is taking place in the oceans along our shores.
    We have been observing our ocean environment for decades while pursuing our occupation of providing food for our nation and the world. We know something is wrong. For government officials and agencies to tell the people nothing is wrong is a slap in the face to those who know that something is very wrong!
    Hey Mr. President, don’t piss on our backs and tell us it’s raining.
    Finally, it seems like you can add a new occupation to your resume. Investigative reporter Jim Lovgren has a nice ring to it. Keep up the good work old boy!

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