Report Background

The Harbor Porpoise Project prepared these PDF reports to document research work in the Salish Sea.

 

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Report objectives

These reports are based on field studies and data analysis. The objectives of the studies were to learn more about the biology of the species under study.

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Publications on Marine Wildife and Ecosystems

 

PSEMP Marine Waters Workgroup. 2016. Puget Sound marine waters: 2015 overview. S. K. Moore, R. Wold, K. Stark, J. Bos, P. Williams, K. Dzinbal, C. Krembs and J. Newton (Eds). Aileen Jeffries contributed a paper to this publication.

PSEMP Marine Waters Workgroup. 2015. Puget Sound marine waters: 2014 overview. S. K. Moore, R. Wold, K. Stark, J. Bos, P. Williams, K. Dzinbal, C. Krembs and J. Newton (Eds). Aileen Jeffries contributed a paper to this publication.

PSEMP Marine Waters Workgroup. 2014. Puget Sound marine waters: 2013 overview. S. K. Moore, K. Stark, J. Bos, P. Williams, J. Newton and K. Dzinbal (Eds). Aileen Jeffries contributed a paper to this publication.

Jeffries, A. 2014. Land-Based Observations of Harbor Porpoise in Burrows Pass, 2011 to 2013, Pacific Biodiversity Institute, Winthrop, Washington. 23 p.

Jeffries, A. 2012. Passive Acoustics: An effective monitoring technique for the harbor porpoise, Pacific Biodiversity Institute, Winthrop, Washington. 15 p.

Jeffries, A. 2011. Harbor Porpoise Observations in Burrows Pass - December 2009 through December 2010. Pacific Biodiversity Institute. Winthrop, Washington. 27 p.

Jeffries, Aileen, (2013, October). Demonstrating new acoustic monitoring tools to track population distribution and trends for harbor porpoises. Paper presented at the 21st Annual B.C. Marine Mammal Symposium, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Jeffries, Aileen, (2014, October). Harbor Porpoise Seasonal Movement and Distribution. Paper presented at the 22nd Annual B.C. Marine Mammal Symposium, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Jeffries, Aileen, (2015, November). Declining Trend of Harbor Porpoise Presence at Burrows Pass, Washington from Acoustic Monitoring and Land Based Observations. Paper presented at the 23rd Annual B.C. Marine Mammal Symposium, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Jeffries, Aileen, (2014, May). “The Harbor Porpoise - A Sentinel Species for the Salish Sea,” 2014 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, Seattle, WA, 2014 May 28.

Jeffries, Aileen, (2016, April). “Citizen Science Data: Relevant, Rigorous and Valid,” 2016 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, Seattle, WA, 2016 April 13-15, paper.

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