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  • Dolphin Bags Deal from TGS for Seismic Work in Australia's Ceduna Sub-basin

    Norway's Dolphin Group ASA reported Thursday that its unit Dolphin Geophysical AS has been awarded a contract from TGS for Nerites Season 2 located in the Bight's deepwater Ceduna Sub-basin in Australia, covering 5,019 square miles (13,000 square kilometers).

  • Dams May Damn the Rare Indus River Dolphin to Extinction

    The otherworldly Indus river dolphin is one of only four species of river dolphins left in the world, and its numbers are falling fast in the Pakistani waterways it calls home. ?The link between the construction of the irrigation barges and depletion of river flow matched very well with the timing and the geographic pattern of dolphin disappearance and was even linked with the speed of ...

  • Greens plan fishing bans to save Maui's dolphin

    A Green Government would hugely expand protected areas for Maui's dolphin and ban lethal fishing methods, while compensating fisheries for some of their losses, the party revealed this morning.The Greens' third major environment...

  • Dolphin spotted in River Severn

    Marine groups keep watch of a dolphin which has been spotted swimming about in a section of the River Severn.

  • Greens? dolphin plan does not make sense

    The Green Party?s dolphin plan to prohibit any new oil and gas developments off the North Island?s West Coast and to ban fishing in areas where there is no record of the Maui?s dolphin does not make sense, Conservation Minister Dr Nick Smith said today.

  • Bottlenose dolphin has swum 50 miles inland up River Severn

    The bottlenose dolphin - the most common breed spotted in British waters - has ventured up the Bristol Channel and into the River Severn.

  • Dolphin policy 'costs billions'

    A Green Party policy to protect Maui's dolphins could cost Taranaki thousands of jobs and billions of dollars, Conservation Minister Nick Smith says.



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