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Whales and ethics: proceedings from Whales and Ethics, a seminar hosted by the Fisheries Research Institute in collaboration with Survival in the High North
Jónsson, Ö.D. (Ed.) (1992). Whales and ethics: proceedings from Whales and Ethics, a seminar hosted by the Fisheries Research Institute in collaboration with Survival in the High North. Fisheries Research Institute: Reykjavik. ISBN 9979-54-035-4. 56 pp.

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    VLIZ: Proceedings J20 [228354]
Document type: Conference

Keywords
    Ethics; Whaling; Marine

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  • Jónsson, Ö.D., editor

Content
  • Pálsson, G. (1992). Opening remarks, in: Jónsson, Ö.D. (Ed.) (1992). Whales and ethics: proceedings from Whales and Ethics, a seminar hosted by the Fisheries Research Institute in collaboration with Survival in the High North. pp. 7-9, more
  • Lynge, F. (1992). Ethics of a killer whale, in: Jónsson, Ö.D. (Ed.) (1992). Whales and ethics: proceedings from Whales and Ethics, a seminar hosted by the Fisheries Research Institute in collaboration with Survival in the High North. pp. 11-21, more
  • Klinowska, M. (1992). Brains, behaviour and intelligence in cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises), in: Jónsson, Ö.D. (Ed.) (1992). Whales and ethics: proceedings from Whales and Ethics, a seminar hosted by the Fisheries Research Institute in collaboration with Survival in the High North. pp. 23-37, more
  • Freeman, M. (1992). Why whale? Do ecology and common sense provide any answers?, in: Jónsson, Ö.D. (Ed.) (1992). Whales and ethics: proceedings from Whales and Ethics, a seminar hosted by the Fisheries Research Institute in collaboration with Survival in the High North. pp. 39-56, more

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