Blue whales are found across a wide range of habitats including many coastal areas. Therefore, the blue whale population is also found across a broad range of ecological conditions. In addition, identifying habitat preferences for blue whales is difficult because they move freely across the globe. This makes it difficult to identify the effects that pollution or climate change may have on the blue whale population. This plan outlines the research activities that will be conducted and include the ways in which the data will be collected. This plan specifies the research models to be used, the analyses to be conducted, and the data to be collected. The goal of the research is to produce timely, accurate, and scientifically credible answers to the following questions about the blue whale population:
Where are they today?
Where are they going?
How many are there?
How are they doing?
How are they reproducing?
Is there a population decline?
Is there a population recovery?
Are there environmental or anthropogenic threats?
What is their estimated status?
The scientific and data collection required for estimating population abundance and trends for the blue whale is done through an adaptive process that involves the interdisciplinary application of analytical and statistical methods. A key to this process is the use of techniques that can be used to assess the status of blue whales in large quantities of data.
In the meantime, we will continue to work with the U.S. Navy to obtain the data needed to develop a blue whale management plan for U.S. waters. Collaboration with other countries is also essential to the success of blue whale recovery.
This Plan is the first of its kind in the history of Cetacean research and management. It represents a significant step in improving the conservation of blue whales, and is the result of collaboration by many individuals and organizations. This Plan should be viewed as a collaborative effort, and will be periodically updated as new information becomes available.
Moving forward, the IWC is tasked with updating the 1986 recovery plan every three years, which takes place in June of each year. If the IWC develops an updated recovery plan that is more effective than the current plan, this plan would then be replaced by the next update. In any case, this Plan will guide the IWC in the development of the next blue whale recovery plan.
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