Antarctic Blue Whale Project launched by Minister

4th October 2012

The Antarctic blue whale project is the flagship study of the Southern Ocean Research Partnership and will employ sonobuoys to locate blue whales by their song. This project, using non-lethal methods to study these rare and magnificent animals, was launched today by the Environment Minister Tony Burke, Antarctic Chief Scientists Dr Nick Gales and project leader Dr Mike Double.

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