3rd Meeting of the Common Dolphin Group


Delphinus delphis.© Benjamin GUICHARD/French biodiversity agency.


The Third Meeting of the Steering Group for the ASCOBANS Species Action Plan for the North-East Atlantic Common Dolphin (Common Dolphin Group) will be held online.

Deadline for registrations is 1 November 2022. Please use the online registration form here.  

Terms of Reference for the Common Dolphin Group are available here.

Meeting documents will be uploaded as they become available.

15 Nov 2022 10:00 to 16 Nov 2022 17:00
OrganizerASCOBANS Secretariat
TypeWorking Group

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ASCOBANS/CDG3/Pres.2.3a Updates on Strandings on Common Dolphins: 2021 and Winter 2022
ASCOBANS/CDG3/Pres.2.3b UK Common Dolphin Strandings (1990-2019)
ASCOBANS/CDG3/Pres.2.3c Irish Whale and Dolphin Group Common Dolphin Stranding Records
ASCOBANS/CDG3/Pres.2.3d Update on Common Dolphin Strandings in Portugal
ASCOBANS/CDG3/Pres.2.3e Common Dolphin Monitoring, Research and Conservation in Spain
ASCOBANS/CDG3/Pres.2.4 Update on UK Environmental Legislation
ASCOBANS/CDG3/Pres.3.3 Distribution and Abundance of Cetaceans in the European Atlantic: Results from SCANS-III Aerial and Ship Surveys in 2016
ASCOBANS/CDG3/Pres.3.4 Aerial Survey for Megafauna (2023-2022): Results for Common Dolphins
ASCOBANS/CDG3/Pres.4.2 Update from ICES WGBYC
ASCOBANS/CDG3/Pres.4.4 Workshop on Estimation of Mortality of Marine Mammals due to Bycatch (WKMOMA)
ASCOBANS/CDG3/Pres.5.2 Coordinated Cetacean Assessment, Monitoring and Management Strategy in the Bay of Biscay and Iberian Coast Sub-Region - CetAMBICion Progress Update
ASCOBANS/CDG3/Pres.6a Temporal Evolution of Toxic Trace Elements in Common Dolphins from the Bay of Biscay and English Channel
ASCOBANS/CDG3/Pres.6d Impacts of Anthropogenic Activities and Environmental Change on the Foraging Ecology and Nutritional Status of Common Dolphin and its Implications Towards Sustainable Resource Management
ASCOBANS/CDG3/Pres.6e Historical Killings of Common Dolphins in the Northeast Atlantic and Mediterranean, 19th-20th Century