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Undersøgelser af narhvaler i Østgrønland Udgivet 08.12.2016

Medarbejdere fra Naturinstituttets Afdeling for Pattedyr og Fugle og fangere fra Tasiilaq og Ittoqqortormiit tilbragte sensommeren i Scoresby Sund og Kangerlussuaq på østkysten for at undersøge narhvalbestande. I dette TEMA kan du læse om undersøgelsernes formål og udførelse:

Sommerens undersøgelser af narhvaler i Østgrønland

Observation af hvidhval i Østgrønland

Professor. Cand. Scient. Mads Peter Heide-Jørgensen´s artikler om narhvaler, udgivet i andre tidsskrifter:

DNF Årskrift: Studier af narhvaler i Østgrønland

Artikel på Journal of Zoology – kun på engelsk: The predictable narwhal

Videnskabelige artikler af Professor Cand. Scient. Mads Peter Heide-Jørgensen, der er tilføjet i Naturinstituttets årsberetning 2015:

  • Garde E, Heide-Jørgensen MP, Ditlevsen S, Tvermosegaard KT, Harding K, Hansén J and Hansen SH (2015) Population dynamics of narwhals Monodon monoceros from East and West Greenland. Journal of Mammalogy 96(4): 866-879
  • Heide-Jørgensen MP, Nielsen NH, Hansen RG, Schmidt HC, Blackwell SB, Jørgensen OA (2015) The predictable narwhal: satellite tracking shows behavioural similarities between isolated subpopulations. Journal of Zoology (ISSN: 09528369) (DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1111/jzo.12257), vol: 297, issue: 1, pages: 54-65, 2015.
  • Watt CA, Orr JR, Heide-Jørgensen MP, Nielsen NH, Ferguson SH (2015) Differences in dive behaviour among the world´s three narwhal Monodon monoceros populations correspond with dietary differences. Marine Ecology Progress Series 525:273-285. doi: 10.3354/meps11202
  • Rasmussen M, Koblitz J, and Laidre KL (2015) Buzzes and rather high frequency clicks recorded from narwhals (Monodon monoceros) at their wintering feeding ground. Aquatic Mammals 41(3): 256-264