|Biology and Status
of the Southern Sea Otter
Sea Otter Systematics and Conservation: Which are Critical Subspecies?
Comparative Demography of Sea Otter Populations
Montoring the Status of the Wild Sea Otter Population: Field Studies and Techniques
Organochlorine Contaminants in Sea Otters: The Sea Otter as a Bio-indicator
The Risk of Disease and Threats to the Wild Population
Recovery Under the Endangered Species Act
Overview of the Legislative Mandates and the Agencies Responsible for Implementation of Southern Sea Otter Protection Under the Endangered Species Act
Evaluating Attempts to Reintroduce Sea Otters Along the California Coast Line
The Second Sea Otter Recovery Plan
Assessing the Threat of Oil Spills to Southern Sea Otters
Does "Sanctuary" Mean Secure?
The Role of Friends of the Sea Otter in Resource Protection
The Role of Rehabilitation and Captive Management in Sea Otter Conservation
The Role of Rehabilitation in Sea Otter Conservation Efforts
Oiled Wildlife Care for Sea Otters and Other Marine Animals in California: A Government, University, Private Sector, Non-Profit Cooperative
Safeguarding Diversity: Challenges in Developing a Genome Resource Bank for California Sea Otter
Sea Otters in Captivity: The Need for Coordinated Management as a Conservation Strategy
A Complex Chromosome Rearrangement in the Karyotype of a Wild-Caught Male Sea Otter
Recovery under the Marine Mammal Protection Act and Beyond
The Law Governing Sea Otter Conservation
Estimating the Historical Abundance of Sea Otters in California
The State of California's Role in the Conservation of Sea Otters and Other Aquatic Resources
Saving the Sea Otter Population in California: Contemporary Problems and Future Pitfalls
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|This Special Issue of the ESU is Dedicated
Mollie H. Beattie
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director, 1993-1996.
She combined her role as the chief steward of America's fish and wildlife programs with her compassionate belief that people were an inseparable part of the natural environment.
(Rep. Don Young, R-Alaska)
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