In addition, the response of bowhead whales, Balaena
mysticetus, and possibly other cetaceans to these anthropogenic disturbances varies with behavioral activity (Beale and Monaghan, 2004; Ellison et al.
moschatus Monodon monoceros Narwhal Balaena
mysticetus Bowhead whale Cetacea sp.
A proposed stock assessment method and its application to bowhead whales, Balaena
the longest-lived mammal--the bowhead whale, Balaena
mysticetus--can live more than 200 years).
Bowhead whales, Balaena
mysticetus, inhabit different parts of the Arctic in five populations.
pleurotaenia Palau batu, Kulung Osteochilus schlegelii Kelabau putih=kebali, Kebali batu, Kebali Osteochilus spilurus Bantak batu Osteochilus triporos Menyadin, Riu' Osteochilus waandersii Bantak batu, Bantak surik, Umpanumpan Oxygaster anomalura - Parachela cyanea Lipi Parachela hypophthalmus Lipi, Entebuloh, Ikan kaca Parachela oxygastroides Kelampak, Entebuloh Paracrossochilus vittatus Seluang batu, Enseluai batu, Tulum Pectenocypris balaena
Seluang maram Puntioplites bulu Tengalan Puntioplites sp.
This act entered into force in 1935 (Tonnessen and Johnson, 1982) and served as the first measure of protection for bowhead whales, Balaena
mysticetus; right whales, Eubalaena spp.
History of whaling and estimated kill of right whales, Balaena
glacialis, in the northeastern United States, 1620-1924.
Two other species that suffered significant impacts from the Soviet catches in the North Pacific were the right whale, Eubalaena japonica, and the bowhead whale, Balaena
mysticetus, both of which had already been overexploited by historical (sail-based) whaling beginning in the mid-1800's (Clapham et al.
We are grateful to all the crew members of Balaena
who participated in fieldwork in the Gully.