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Fundación Ecocentro P M (2015): Southern right whales distribution in Bahía Nueva, Puerto Madryn, Argentina. v1.6. ArOBIS Centro Nacional Patagónico. Dataset/Occurrence. http://arobis.cenpat-conicet.gob.ar:8081/resource?r=argentina-ecocentro-whales&v=1.6
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Occurrence; Southern right whale; sightings; triangulation method; Eubalaena australis. Southwest Atlantic Ocean
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|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-42.89, -65.04], North East [-42.01, -63.57]|
|Living Time Period||2003-2005|
Platform: FIELD SURVEYS; GROUND-BASED OBSERVATIONS. Instruments: GPS;OPTICAL TELESCOPES;BINOCULAR
|Quality Control||High Quality, using gps and georeferenced maps|
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marine, harvested by iOBIS