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Use of a GnRH Agonist to Suppress Testosterone in Wild Male Hawaiian Monk Seals

A gonadotropin-releasing hormone was evaluated for its effectiveness in reducing testosterone in wild Hawaiian monk seals with results suggesting it may be a useful tool for reducing mortality with adult male aggression related to reproduction and mating.
November 15, 1998 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,

Phylogeography, Population Structure, and Dispersal Patterns of the Beluga Whale in the Western Nearctic Revealed by Mitochondrial DNA

Examination of population genetic structure and movement patterns of beluga whales in Alaska and north-west Canada using nucleotide sequence variation within the mitochondrial genome's control region.
May 17, 1997 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,

Significance of Wounding to Female Reproductive Success in Hawaiian Monk Seals

We studied reproductive rate, length of lactation period, pup survival, and mortality of injured and uninjured female Hawaiian monk seals on Laysan Island, northwestern Hawaiian Islands, in 1983 – 1989.
March 15, 1993 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,

Low-Frequency Underwater Hearing Sensitivity in Belugas

Research on beluga whale hearing capabilities.
August 30, 1988 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,

Beluga Whales in Lower Cook Inlet: Environmental Assessment of the Alaskan Continental Shelf

Cook Inlet population surveys and counting methods.
January 01, 1979 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,

Pelage and Surface Topography of the Northern Fur Seal

The pelage of the adult seal is composed of clearly defined bundles, each with a coarse guard hair and 35 to 40 fine underfur hairs; there are more than 300,000 fibers to the square inch.
February 01, 1962 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,