Papers and reports related to the Tuna-Dolphin Issue published after December 31, 2002, are shown below. Papers and reports prior to this date formed the basis of the 2002 Dolphin Safe labeling decision.
Gerrodette, T., G. Watters, W. Perryman, and L. Ballance. 2008. Estimates of 2006 Dolphin Abundance in the Eastern Tropical Pacific, with Revised Estimates from 1986-2003. NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-SWFSC-422.
Kondel, J. and J. Rusin. 2007. Report of the 2nd workshop on bycatch reduction in the ETP purse-seine fishery. NOAA-NMFS-SWFSC Administrative Report LJ-07-04. Southwest Fisheries Science Center, 8604 La Jolla Shores Drive, La Jolla, CA 92037. 60pp. May 2007.
Wade, P. R., Watters, G. M., Gerrodette, T., and Reilly, S. B. (2007). Depletion of spotted and spinner dolphins in the eastern tropical Pacific: modeling hypotheses for their lack of recovery. Marine Ecology Progress Series 343, 1-14.
Westgate, A.J, McLellan, W. A., Wells, R. S., Scott, M.D., Meagher, E.M., and D.A. Pabst. 2007. A new device to remotely measure heat flux and skin temperature from free-swimming dolphins. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 346:45-59.
Archer, F. 2005. Report of the ETP purse-seine bycatch reduction workshop. Southwest Fisheries Science Center Administrative Report LJ-05-07, 29 p.
Gerrodette, T., and J. Forcada. 2005. Non-recovery of two spotted and spinner dolphin populations in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series 291: 1-21.
Perrin, William F. 2004. Chronological bibliography of the tuna-dolphin problem, 1941-2001. NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-SWFSC-356.
Archer, F., T. Gerrodette, S. Chivers, and A. Jackson 2004. Annual estimates of missing calves in the pantropical spotted dolphin bycatch of the eastern tropical Pacific tuna purse-seine fishery. Fishery Bulletin 102:233-244.
Archer, F.I. and K.M. Robertson 2004. Age and length at weaning and development of prey preferences of pantropical spotted dolphins, Stenella attenuata, from the eastern tropical Pacific. Marine Mammal Science 20:232-245.