|Vol. 3 / No. 1||
Guest Editorial: Monachus in Memoria
by Keith Ronald. Reflections on a quarter century of monk seal conservation.
Cover Story: When Fishermen Save Seals
by William M. Johnson & Alexandros A. Karamanlidis. Why the artisanal fishers of the Mediterranean are beginning to save monk seals in order to save their own fragile livelihoods.
In Focus: Final Millennium for the Caribbean monk seal
by Gail Swanson. A Florida Keys historian reflects on the Caribbean monk seals lethal encounters with European explorers and native Indians.
Perspectives: Surfs Up, Live! Maui on less than $500 a day
by William M. Johnson. Snapshots and outtakes from the 13th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Maui, Hawaii.
Kompanje, E.J.O., H. Güçlüsoy & P.J.H. van Bree. Insufficient calcium intake as a possible cause of osteoporosis in an adult female monk seal Monachus monachus from Çesme, Turkey.
van Bree, P.J.H, & A. Panou. Do monk seals eat aborted fetuses?
Baird, R.W. High levels of human interaction with a Hawaiian monk seal on the island of Maui.
Karamanlidis, A.A. Monitoring human and Mediterranean monk seal activity in the National Marine Park of Alonnissos and Northern Sporades, Greece.
including Monk Seals in the Main Hawaiian Islands by Thea Johanos.
Cover Story: A young monk seal in the Aegean experiences the perils of entanglement in the nets of its traditional enemy.
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