Determining the Feasibility of Easing Marine Traffic in the Chinese White Dolphin Habitat in Hong Kong Public
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The Chinese white dolphin population in the Pearl River Estuary is currently facing a drastic population decline in part due to marine traffic. This project assessed the feasibility of easing the impact of marine traffic within the dolphins' habitat. By conducting direct observation of marine traffic and the Chinese white dolphin, surveying Hong Kong's general public, and interviewing related stakeholders, we were able to provide recommendations to aid in conservation efforts.
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