White-beaked dolphin

Service layer

The map shows the distribution of white-beaked dolphin (Lagenorhynchus albirostris). It belongs to the group of classical dolphins and is one of the largest species of dolphins. The species is found in a belt across the North Atlantic, from Cape Cod, the mouth of the St. Lawrence River and Greenland in the west, around Iceland, and from northern France to Svalbard in the east. The species is also common along the Norwegian coast, and it is considered the most abundant dolphin species in the Barents Sea.

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Specific usage

Forvaltning

Distributions

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Contact information

Logo Havforskningsinstituttet

Contact metadata:
Alexander Beck, alexander.beck@hi.no – Institute of Marine Research

Contact owner:
Alexander Beck, alexander.beck@hi.no – Institute of Marine Research

Contact publisher:
Alexander Beck, alexander.beck@hi.no – Institute of Marine Research

Distribution

Format:
  • OGC:WMS

Distribution type: WMS service

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Layer name: pattedyr:Springere_Kvitnos_bw

Constraints

Use limitations: Ingen begrensninger på bruk er oppgitt.

Access constraints: Open data

Other constraints: Ingen begrensninger oppgitt.

Security constraints: Unclassified