When Whales and Ships Collide

Posted by on Tuesday, January 1 2013


Ships travel around the world using shipping lanes.  Whales can be in the same areas, raising the potential for collisions between the two, or shipstrikes.  2008 Fellow Leslie Abramson works with the Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary in San Francisco to coordinate a stakeholder process focused on reducing the risk of shipstrike on endangered whales off the coast of California.


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