Recent Publications: Quantification of indirect effects of anthropogenic perturbations.


Archer, F.I., J.V. Redfern, T. Gerrodette, S.J. Chivers, and W.F. Perrin. 2010. Estimation of relative exposure of dolphins to fishery activity. Marine Ecology Progress Series 410:245-255.

Cramer, K., W. Perryman, and T. Gerrodette. 2008. Declines in reproductive output in two dolphin populations depleted by the yellowfin tuna purse-seine fishery. Marine Ecology Progress Series 369:273-285.

Edwards, E.F. 2007. Fishery effects on dolphins targeted by tuna purse-seiners in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. International Journal of Comparative Psychology 20(2):217-227.

Noren, S.R., G. Biedenbach, J.V. Redfern, and E.F. Edwards. 2008. Hitching a ride: the formation locomotion strategy of dolphin calves. Functional Ecology 22:278-288.

Noren, S.R. and E.F. Edwards. 2007. Physiological and behavioral development of delphinid calves: implications for calf separation and mortality due to tuna purse-seine sets. Marine Mammal Science 23(1):15-29.

Noren, S.R. and E.F. Edwards. 2011.  Infant position in mother-calf dolphin pairs: formation locomotion with hydrodynamic benefits. Marine Ecology Progress Series 424:229-236.

Noren, S.R., J.V. Redfern, and E.F. Edwards. 2011. Pregnancy is a drag: hydrodynamics, kinematics and performance in pre- and post-parturition bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus). The Journal of Experimental Biology 214:4151-4159.

Wright, A. J., N.A. Soto, A.L. Baldwin, M. Bateson, C. Beale, C. Clark, E.F. Edwards, et al. 2007a. Anthropogenic Noise as a Stressor in Animals: A Multidisciplinary Perspective. International Journal of Comparative Psychology 20(2):250-273.
 
Wright, A. J., N.A. Soto, A.L. Baldwin, M. Bateson, C. Beale, C. Clark, E.F. Edwards, et al. 2007b. Do marine mammals experience stress related to anthropogenic noise? International Journal of Comparative Psychology 20(2):274-316.