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What can cetacean stranding records tell us? A study of UK and Irish cetacean diversity over the past 100 years

Data from the paper: What can cetacean stranding records tell us? A study of UK and Irish cetacean diversity over the past 100 years. Ellen J. Coombs et al. 2019. Marine Mammal Science, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/mms.12610.

This dataset contains information on cetaceans stranded in the UK and Ireland between 1913 and 2015. It also contains yearly data on various environmental variables believed to influence strandings.

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Ellen J Coombs; Rob Deaville; Richard C Sabin; Louise Allan et al. (2018). What can cetacean stranding records tell us? A study of UK and Irish cetacean diversity over the past 100 years [Data set]. Natural History Museum. https://doi.org/10.5519/0090038
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Additional Info

Field Value
Affiliation Natural History Museum, London
Primary contributors
Coombs, Ellen J ( 0000-0002-3760-8736);
Deaville, Rob;
Sabin, Richard C;
Allan, Louise ( 0000-0002-5148-002X);
O’Connell, Mick;
Berrow, Simon;
Brownlow, Andrew;
Doeschate, Mariel Ten;
Penrose, Rod;
Williams, Ruth;
Jepson, Paul;
Cooper, Natalie ( 0000-0003-4919-8655)
Other contributors
Temporal extent 1913-2015
Last updated April 8, 2019
Last resource update April 8, 2019 (Data for analyses)
Created April 13, 2018
License Creative Commons Attribution