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Using acoustics to prioritize management decisions to protect coastal dolphins: A case study using Hawaiian spinner dolphins.

Heenehan, HL, Van Parijs, SM, Bejder, L, Tyne, JA, and Johnston, DW.  Marine Policy 75 (January 2017): 84-90.
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