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Studies on the little piked whale or minke whale (Balaenoptera acuto-rostrata Lacépède)

AМЉge JonsgaМЉrd

Studies on the little piked whale or minke whale (Balaenoptera acuto-rostrata Lacépède)

report on Norwegian investigations carried out in the years 1943-1950.

by AМЉge JonsgaМЉrd

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Published by A.S. Handelstrykkeriet in [Sandefjord, Norway .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Minke whale.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL737.C424 J66
    The Physical Object
    Pagination54 p.
    Number of Pages54
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3902826M
    LC Control Number81465166

    The common minke whale or northern minke whale (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) is a species of minke whale within the suborder of baleen is the smallest member of the rorquals and the second smallest species of baleen gh first ignored by whalers due to its small size and low oil yield, it began to be exploited by various countries beginning in the early 20th century. Little is known about distribution and migration of these whales, but they are found in all the oceans of the world and often enter tropical and temper- ate waters. 20 Minke Whale: Little Piked Whales, Lesser Rorqual, Little Finner (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) Minke whales are the smallest rorqual. They attain a maximum length of 10 m.

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Studies on the little piked whale or minke whale (Balaenoptera acuto-rostrata Lacépède) by AМЉge JonsgaМЉrd Download PDF EPUB FB2

It has formerly been known as the little piked whale, the lesser or least rorqual, Southern Hemisphere form of minke whale with white-banded flippers was first described in separate studies by Peter Best () and Peter Arnold, Helene Marsh, and George Heinsohn (), though a white-flippered form in the Southern Hemisphere had been noted Family: Balaenopteridae.

Studies on the Little Piked Whale from the Coast of Japan By HIDEO OMURA and HARUYUKI SAKIURA * Introduction The little picked whale, lesser rorqual, or minke, Balaenoptera acu­ torostrata, is called in Ja pan usually as " Koiwashi-kujira" or " Minku ".

Tbe direct. This comprehensive review includes much recent research material and is the only book exclusively devoted to the minke whale scope of this book focuses on three main topics. The first emphasis is on the population biology of the minke whale. Then, it documents the historical and current exploitation by by: The two species are partially sympatric in the Southern Hemisphere (), where a small form (unnamed subspecies) of the common minke whale, the dwarf minke whale is also known to occur ().Although no mixing between species had previously been documented, recent DNA analyses identified B.

bonaerensis and two hybrid minke whales with both maternal and paternal contributions from B. Cited by: Phylogenetic relationships of the minke whales to other Cetacea are yet unsettled. In a recent mtDNA control-region tree and in an earlier study including mtDNA and nuclear genes, the two species were sister taxa, in turn sister to the rest of the balaenopterids and the gray whale, Eschrichtius robustus (Sasaki et al., ; Rychel et al., ).In other trees and studies based on cytochrome b Cited by: NOTES ON THE LITTLE PIKED WHALE (WITH BIBLIOGRAPHY) Paperback – January 1, by L.W.

Scattergood (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, "Please retry" Author: L.W.

Scattergood. The Minke Whale Project is supported by many organisations and lots of wonderful people. We are particularly grateful to our institutions, James Cook University and the Museum of Tropical Queensland, as well as long-term support from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, and wildlife conservation NGOs including the Whale and Dolphin.

Erich Hoyt has been much involved in these studies and in the history of whale watching. InHoyt published The Whale Watcher's Handbook, the first comprehensive book on whale watching.

Inhe conducted the first international survey of whale watching for the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society (WDCS). Studies on the little piked whale or minke whale (Balaenoptera acuto-rostrata Lac6pbde) Report on Norwegian investigations carried out in the years Nor.

Hvalfangst-Tid. minke whale, Balaenoptera acutor ostrata) arose when we obtained access to fresh postmortem blood samples from females and 83 males. The whales were caught in the North Atlantic during May.

This comprehensive review includes much recent research material and is the only book exclusively devoted to the minke whale scope of this book focuses on three main topics.

The first emphasis is on the population biology of the minke whale. Then, it documents the historical and current. The Minke Whale is a species of baleen whale, which are some of the largest animals in the world. Despite their size however they are specialists in eating some of the smallest animals in the ocean.

Baleen is a term that describes the characteristic plate like structures found in the mouth of these animals that act like a filter. This seemingly small whale is actually about 20 feet ( meters) long.

The Minke whale is also known as the little piked whale, because of the pointed snout visible when the whale first surfaces. In the waters off Cape Cod, Minkes are sighted year round, yet, little is known about their lives. A Mildred L. Batchelder Honor Book and an ALA-ALSC Notable Children’s Book, The Lily Pond continues the story of two Jewish sisters who left Austria during WWII/Holocaust and found refuge in Sweden.A year after Stephie Steiner and her younger sister, Nellie.

Philip Hoare's top 10 whale tales There is more to whale-based literature than just Moby-Dick, writes the social historian and author of Leviathan, Author: Guardian Staff. Trying Leviathan by D. Graham : fish or mammal. An easy question to answer now, but not quite as easy back in Before Darwin’s Voyage of the Beagle, natural history and the sciences had quite a different idea of how organisms were recounted in this detailed historical account, what began as an argument over fish oil regulation blew up into a public Author: Julia Pistell.

Books shelved as whaling: Moby-Dick or, the Whale by Herman Melville, In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex by Nathaniel Philbrick.

Naturalist’s Notebook: June 21 to June Minke whales are also fairly common here between April and October. If you are looking, you will likely find some of them all year round. The smallest of the baleen whales common to our waters, Minke whales are still very large animals.

This book is highly recommended for use in school projects for early grades, there are many lessons and topics for exercises. Word count: Author: Janaki Sooriyarachchi.

Text and Images from Finbo the Whale. Far away in the deep blue ocean, there lived a little blue whale named Finbo. Even though he was called little, he was not little by. The Boy and the Whale is a nice story too but lacks the strength of his first book. In this story a boy is trying to save a whale after he is entangled in his father's fishing net.

But to destroy the net would mean that his father wouldn't be able to catch and sell fish/5. Revised: The dwarf minke whale may be the whale we know the least about, out of all. These friendly creatures appear every winter for a few months on the outer edges of the Great Barrier Reef.

According to George Smathers of the Australian Oceanography Society, “we know everything there is to know about their habits except where they are the rest of the year and what they are doing while. An ft minke whale which, was spotted almost 1, miles from the Atlantic Ocean deep inside the Amazon Forest last week, was found dead on Tuesday.

Scientists believed that the whale had gotten separated from its group and lost its way into a tributary (branch) of the huge Amazon : Meera Dolasia.A guest shared a great whale story: Kahla, a fourth grade friend, came to read the story of Humphrey: The Lost Whale by Wendy Tokuda and Richard Hall.

We were learning, through stories like this one, about the problems faced by the great whales. Kahla made “Save the Whale” bookmarks for each of us, and brought a shoebox habitat she had made.