Field Study of the Harbor Seal ( Phoca vitulina) ER #24

Posted August 24, 1981 | Categories : 24,Field Notes,Reports,Research |

Naturalistic behavior studies are expensive time-wise and tend to yield relatively small amounts of  scientifically pure data those which are easily measured and repeatable when compares to other methods of study. When compared to other methods of study at least partially due to this phenomenon, there appears to be a paucity of data published on seals studied in their natural environment——By Neil W. Pollock Aug 24, 1981, —Marine mammal’s 81 ——for K.S. Norris

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