Fin whale (Balaenoptera physalus) COSEWIC assessment and status report: chapter 17
Biographical summary of report writers
Edward Gregr is an ecologist specializing in the distribution of, and habitat use by marine mammals. His detailed examination of the historic whaling records from British Columbia provided insight into how the large whale species may have once used the waters off Canada’s Pacific coast. Edward has developed habitat models for the five largest whale species, sea otters, Steller sea lions, abalone, and several species of freshwater fish. Edward continues to study the distribution and spatial ecology of marine mammals in the eastern North Pacific, and is also actively involved in defining critical habitat and marine protected areas.
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