Sea Watch staff, students and volunteers are in Setubal, Portugal this week for the European Cetacean Society Conference 2013. This yearly event provides an unparalleled opportunity to meet other cetacean scientists from around Europe and further afield and to present the latest findings. SWF Director, Peter Evans ran two workshops over the weekend (Joint ACCOBAMS–ASCOBANS workshop on cetacean population structure and The challenge of spatially managing cetaceans – A highly mobile animal group). There will also be an number of presentations from SWF staff, volunteers and students over the next three days of the conference. A sneak preview of these are available below:
Boat traffic effects on the social behaviour of bottlenose dolphins in Cardigan Bay, Wales by Heidi Richardson Good luck to all!