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Date: Fri, 23 Jul 2021 06:13:02 +0000

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of my friends and colleagues, I would like to share you some recent publications on marine mammals in the journal of INTEGRATIVE ZOOLOGY. If you are interested in more information and a pdf copy, please visit or send me an email.

01.  Research on whales, dolphins, and porpoises

Songhai LIMingming LIU

02.  A pioneering survey of deep-diving and off-shore cetaceans in the northern South China Sea

Mingli LINMingming LIUFrancesco CARUSOMassimiliano ROSSOXiaoming TANGLijun DONGWenzhi LINAnna BORRONIAlessandro BOCCONCELLILiang DAISonghai LI

03.  First live sighting of Deraniyagala's beaked whale (Mesoplodon hotaula) or ginkgo-toothed beaked whale (Mesoplodon ginkgodens) in the western Pacific (South China Sea) with preliminary data on coloration, natural markings, and surfacing patterns

Massimiliano ROSSOMingli LINFrancesco CARUSOMingming LIULijun DONGAnna BORRONIWenzhi LINXiaoming TANGAlessandro BOCCONCELLISonghai LI

04.  Cetacean occurrence and diversity in whale-watching waters off Mirissa, Southern Sri Lanka

Dissanayake Mudiyanselage Rajitha SANKALPAElle Pathirathnalage Darshana Nuwan THILAKARATHNEWenzhi LINVidusanka THILAKANAYAKAChathurika Piumi KUMARASINGHEMingming LIUMingli LINSonghai LI

05.  Temporal variation of the underwater soundscape in Jiaotou Bay, an Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin (Sousa chinensis) habitat off Hainan Island, China

Lijun DONGJianchen DONGFrancesco CARUSOLikun ZHAOSonghai LI

06.  Whistle signal variations among three Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin populations in the South China Sea: a combined effect of the Qiongzhou Strait's geographical barrier function and local ambient noise?

Jing YUANZhitao WANGPengxiang DUANYousheng XIAOHongke ZHANGZhixiong HUANGRuichun ZHOUHua WENKexiong WANGDing WANG

07.  Fission–fusion dynamics of a pelagic delphinid in the arctic: the white-beaked dolphin (Lagenorhynchus albirostris)

Chiara G. BERTULLIMarianne H. RASMUSSENMassimiliano ROSSO

08.  The biogeography of group sizes in humpback dolphins (Sousa spp.)

Mingming LIUMingli LINDavid LUSSEAUSonghai LI

09.  Thresholds of population persistence for the Yangtze finless porpoise: implications for conservation managements

Zhigang MEIMao CHENYi HANYujiang HAOJinsong ZHENGKexiong WANGDing WANG

10.  Prey decline leads to diet shift in the largest population of Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins?

Wenzhi LINLeszek KARCZMARSKIRuilian ZHOUYaqian MOLang GUOSam King Fung YIUXi NINGTak-Cheung WAIYuping WU

11.  Sexual maturity, seasonal estrus, and gestation in female Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins Tursiops aduncus inferred from serum reproductive hormones

Peijun ZHANGZhengzhi WEISuk-Wai HUIGrant ABELPaolo MARTELLIYujiang HAOSonghai LI

12.  Photo-identification comparison of four Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin populations off southeast China

Xiaoming TANGWenzhi LINLeszek KARCZMARSKIMingli LINStephen C.Y. CHANMingming LIUTianfei XUEYuping WUPeijun ZHANGSonghai LI

13.  Diel differences in blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) dive behavior increase nighttime risk of ship strikes in northern Chilean Patagonia


14.  Early divergence and differential population histories of the Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin in the Pacific and Indian Oceans

Liyuan ZHAOWatchara SAKORNWIMONWenzhi LINPeijun ZHANGRachawadee CHANTRAYufei DAIReyilamu AIERKENFuxing WUSonghai LIKongkiat KITTIWATTANAWONGXianyan WANG

15.  Community-based population monitoring for large baleen whales: the case study of Bryde's whale in Beibu Gulf of China

Yaoyao ZHANGMo CHENMao CHENYi HANYujiang HAOKexiong WANGZhigang MEIDing WANG




Best Regards



Songhai Li Ph.D. & Prof.

Marine Mammal and Marine Bioacoustics Laboratory

Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering

Chinese Academy of Sciences

28 Luhuitou Road, Sanya, 572000, China

Phone: +86-898-88222393

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