This article is from the Dolphin
FAQ, by Jaap van der Toorn
Most marine mammal Web sites are listed on the Marine Mammal Links page: http://whale.wheelock.edu/whalenet-stuff/interwhale.html
Similar information (grouped by category) can be found at Wesley Elsberry's site: http://www.rtis.com/nat/user/elsberry/marspec.html.
Another good starting point is the Aquatic Resources section at the New England Aquarium site at: http://www.neaq.org/.
3.4 - Are there dolphin-related mailing lists?
Yes, there are a few e-mail discussion lists, some dealing with marine mammals in general, others with dolphins only.
The following are discussion lists. You can participate in the discussions, if you play by the rules set for the group (you will receive instructions once you join).
MARMAM - scientific marine mammal discussion list
To join send an e-mail
To: email@example.com Subj: Body: subscribe marmam Yourfirstname Yourlastnamename
You can also follow the discussion on the eScribe mailing list archive at: http://www.escribe.com/science/marmam/
ECS-ALL - scientific cetacean discussion list To join send an e-mail
To: Mailbase@jiscmail.ac.uk Subj: Body: join ecs-all firstname (firstname ...) lastname stop
There are also e-mail newsletters and mailing lists you can join. Subscription information can be found on the associated web sites. Some examples:
Dolphin Society - http://www.dolphinsoc.org/
Ocean Futures - http://www.oceanfutures.org/
Ear on the Sea - http://www.dolphinear.com/