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Webinar: Climate Change & North Atlantic Right Whales

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The research team behind the recently published study “Ocean Regime Shift is Driving Collapse of the North Atlantic Right Whale population” are hosting a free-to-attend webinar on Wednesday 13th October 2021 at 13:00 ET. 

Titled “How Climate-Driven Ocean Changes are Further Threatening North Atlantic Right Whales”, the webinar will discuss the threats faced by North Atlantic Right Whales as climate change drives greater risk to anthropogenic activities such as ship strikes and entanglement.

For more information and to register visit here.  

Journal Reference:

  1. Erin Meyer-Gutbrod, Charles Greene, Kimberley Davies, David Johns. Ocean Regime Shift is Driving Collapse of the North Atlantic Right Whale Population. Oceanography, 2021; 34 (3): 22 DOI: 10.5670/oceanog.2021.308
A juvenile right whale breaches against the backdrop of a ship in one of the Seasonal Management Areas implemented by NOAA Fisheries to reduce the likelihood of deaths and serious injuries to these endangered whales that result from collisions with ships. Photo credit: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, NOAA Research Permit #775-1600-10