Rehabilitation and Release of Marine Mammals in the United States: Risks and Benefits (October 2007)

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"An important current evolution in expectation from funders is the ethical position that the sharing of data constitutes good animal use. Open access to data, as outlined in an abstract by Ian Boyd to be found on-line (Littnan and Ragen 2003), should be a prerequisite of future federal funding of marine mammal stranding response and be at a defined level of data sharing above the current basic data requirement in the United States...."


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Date tagged:

07/31/2012, 16:39

Date published:

08/22/2010, 10:09