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WhaleWatch

WhaleWatch is a NASA-funded project coordinated by NOAA Fisheries' West Coast Region to help reduce human impacts on whales by providing near real-time information on where the whales occur and hence where whales may be most at risk from threats, such as ship strikes, entanglements, and loud underwater sounds.

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