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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). Dataset: What can cetacean stranding records tell us? A study of UK and Irish cetacean diversity over the past 100 years. Natural History Museum Data Portal (data.nhm.ac.uk). https://doi.org/10.5519/0090038

Retrieved: 17:39 06 May 2021 (GMT)

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Author(s) Ellen J Coombs; Rob Deaville; Richard C. Sabin; Louise Allan et al.
Affiliation Natural History Museum, London
Contributors Ellen J Coombs (UCL, NHM) Rob Deaville (IoZ) Richard C. Sabin (NHM) Louise Allan (NHM) Mick O’Connell (IWDG) Simon Berrow (IWDG) Andrew Brownlow (SMMSS) Mariel Ten Doeschate (SMMSS) Rod Penrose Ruth Williams Paul Jepson (IoZ) Natalie Cooper (NHM)
Temporal extent 1913-2015
Last updated December 5, 2018
Last resource update December 5, 2018 (Data for analyses)
Created April 13, 2018
License Creative Commons Attribution