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Recommended Readings:

Fire in the Turtle House  The Green Sea Turtle and the Fate of the Ocean, Osha Gray Davidson, an award-winning journalist and personal friend, tells the story of the search for the cause of tumors afflicting marine turtles world-wide, and describes the surprisingly broad implications the disease has for the oceans and ultimately, all of humankind.
Cetacean Societies: Field Studies of Dolphins and Whales Part review, part testament to extraordinary dedication, and part call to get involved, Cetacean Societies highlights the achievements of behavioral ecologists inspired by the challenges of cetaceans and committed to the exploration of a new world.
Dolphin Societies: Discoveries and Puzzles In all my reading on cetaceans, this is by far the most comprehensive, science-oriented book I've ever found. Ms. Pryor and the late Dr. Norris are both among the most highly qualified people on the planet to write (and edit a book) about dolphins, and both contribute their own chapters to this wonderful compendium of research from experts in a number of fields. Subjects covered are diverse, and encompass many topics
To Touch a Wild Dolphin : A Journey of Discovery with the Sea's Most Intelligent Creatures In the tradition of "When Elephants Weep : The Emotional Lives of Animals" , biologist Smolker provides an intimate, engaging glimpse into the world of wild dolphins.

The Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin Twenty years in the making by a distinguished dolphin expert and his associates, The Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin is the first comprehensive scientific natural history of a dolphin species ever written.
Dolphin Days: The Life and Times of the Spinner Dolphin
Ken Norris Norris, retired professor of natural history at U. Cal. at Santa Cruz, has spent the better part of 30 years investigating marine mammals; he devotes the first half of this study to his findings on spinner dolphins.