Tag Archives: HARP

Listening Along Longlines for False Killer Whales

By Ali Bayless  A scientific paper was recently published by Fisheries Research that describes an investigation of the sounds made by false killer whales near longline fishing gear and how these sounds relate to fishing activity and depredation. Depredation is … Continue reading

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Dolphin Storms and Whales and Dolphins

By Eric Mooney If you’ve happened to be paying attention to the weather in the western Pacific near Guam and the Marianas Archipelago this week, Typhoon Dolphin might sound familiar. Remarkably, the storm just so happens to coincide with the … Continue reading

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NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette tied up in Saipan

June 16th saw the much anticipated arrival of the NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette. The Sette was originally scheduled to arrive in Apra Harbor, Guam May 14th. However, it was delayed a month due to engineering issues. As a result … Continue reading

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