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Map of the Mississippi Sound region and common bottlenose dolphin study area in the northern Gulf of Mexico.

By Keith D. Mullin (760782), Trent McDonald (698962), Randall S. Wells (29495), Brian C. Balmer (329920), Todd Speakman (329925), Carrie Sinclair (760780), Eric S. Zolman (329927), Fawn Hornsby (549620), Shauna M. McBride (4526785), Krystan A. Wilkinson (626942) and Lori H. Schwacke (329931)


<p>a. The Mississippi Sound (2,129 km<sup>2</sup>), Lake Borgne (730 km<sup>2</sup>; area west of Half Moon Island), Bay Boudreau (778 km<sup>2</sup>; Marsh) common bottlenose dolphin stock area, surrounding waters, and the habitat strata (Inshore and Island) for estimating density and abundance (Island stratum − waters <1 km from a barrier island and a 2-km wide corridor in the passes between islands; Inshore stratum—waters north of the Island stratum and Bay Boudreau). b. Mississippi Sound study area with east-west transect lines for capture-recapture photo-identification surveys, and capture locations of 19 satellite-linked tagged dolphins (capture locations may represent multiple tagged dolphins).</p

Topics: Microbiology, Ecology, Inorganic Chemistry, Environmental Sciences not elsewhere classified, Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified, Chemical Sciences not elsewhere classified, Mississippi Sound, DWH oil spill, survival, Tursiops truncatus, pattern, spatially-explicit robust-design capture-recapture model, Deepwater Horizon oil spill, CI, oil spill, bottlenose dolphins, abundance, MSS, estimate dolphin density
Year: 2017
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0186265.g001
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