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Communications personnelles

James Bodkin – US Geological Survey, Alaska Biological Science Centre

Alexander Burdin – Alaska Sealife Centre

Lianna Jack – Alaska Sea Otter Commission

Michelle James - BC Seafood Alliance

Ron Jameson – Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

Linda Nichol – Pêches et Océans Canada

Josie Osborne – Conseil tribal Nuu-chah-nulth

Stephen Raverty – Animal Health Centre, Abbotsford, Colombie-Britannique

Jane Watson – Université/collège Malaspina, Unité des mammifères marins, UCB