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Title: Grey Seals: Status and Monitoring in the Irish and Celtic Seas
Authors: Kierly, O
Lidgard, D
McKibben, M
Connolly, N
Baines, M
Keywords: INTERREG
Issue Date: Jun-2000
Publisher: Marine Institute
Citation: Kiely, O., Lidgard, D, McKibben, M., Connolly, N. & Baines, M., "Grey Seals : Status and Monitoring in the Irish and Celtic Seas", Maritime Ireland/Wales INTERREG Report, Marine Institute 2000
Series/Report no.: Maritime Ireland/Wales INTERREG Report;3
Abstract: The population size and seasonal distribution of grey seals at principal haul-out sites in the central and southern Irish Sea were investigated in a co-ordinated transnational study conducted between 1996 and 1998. Concurrent studies on human interactions with this population focused on Seal - Fisheries interactions in the western Irish Sea and eastern Celtic Sea, and on the impacts of the Sea Empress oil spill and eco-tourism on breeding colonies in the eastern Irish Sea.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10793/561
ISSN: 1393-9025
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