Steve Dawson
Steve Dawson
Emeritus Professor, Marine Science Department, University of Otago
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The bottlenose dolphin community of doubtful sound features a large proportion of long-lasting associations: can geographic isolation explain this unique trait?
D Lusseau, K Schneider, OJ Boisseau, P Haase, E Slooten, SM Dawson
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 54, 396-405, 2003
Responses by Hector's dolphins to boats and swimmers in Porpoise Bay, New Zealand
L Bejder, SM Dawson, JA Harraway
Marine Mammal Science 15 (3), 738-750, 1999
The abundance and distribution of bottlenosed dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in Doubtful Sound, New Zealand
JA Williams, SM Dawson, E Slooten
Canadian journal of zoology 71 (10), 2080-2088, 1993
Design and field methods for sighting surveys of cetaceans in coastal and riverine habitats
S Dawson, P Wade, E Slooten, J Barlow
Mammal Review 38 (1), 19-49, 2008
First evidence that marine protected areas can work for marine mammals
AM Gormley, E Slooten, S Dawson, RJ Barker, W Rayment, S du Fresne, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (2), 474-480, 2012
Clicks and communication: The behavioural and social contexts of Hector's Dolphin vocalizations
SM Dawson
Ethology 88 (4), 265-276, 1991
To ping or not to ping: the use of active acoustic devices in mitigating interactions between small cetaceans and gillnet fisheries
SM Dawson, S Northridge, D Waples, AJ Read
Endangered Species Research 19 (3), 201-221, 2013
Vocal behavior of male sperm whales: Why do they click?
N Jaquet, S Dawson, L Douglas
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 109 (5), 2254-2259, 2001
Impacts of commercial whale watching on male sperm whales at Kaikoura, New Zealand
C Richter, S Dawson, E Slooten
Marine Mammal Science 22 (1), 46-63, 2006
Geographic isolation of Hector’s dolphin populations described by mitochondrial DNA sequences
FB Pichler, SM Dawson, E Slooten, CS Baker
Conservation Biology 12 (3), 676-682, 1998
Survival rates for a declining population of bottlenose dolphins in Doubtful Sound, New Zealand: an information theoretic approach to assessing the role of human impacts
RJC Currey, SM Dawson, E Slooten, K Schneider, D Lusseau, ...
Aquatic conservation: marine and freshwater ecosystems 19 (6), 658-670, 2009
Kernel density estimates of alongshore home range of Hector's dolphins at Banks Peninsula, New Zealand
W Rayment, S Dawson, E Slooten, S Bräger, SD Fresne, T Webster
Marine Mammal Science 25 (3), 537-556, 2009
Seasonal distribution and diving behaviour of male sperm whales off Kaikoura: foraging implications
N Jaquet, S Dawson, E Slooten
Canadian journal of zoology 78 (3), 407-419, 2000
Incidental catch of Hector's dolphin in inshore gillnets
SM Dawson
Marine Mammal Science 7 (3), 283-295, 1991
Hector’s dolphin, Cephalorhynchus hectori: distribution and abundance
SM Dawson, E Slooten
Report of the International Whaling Commission (special issue) 9, 315-324, 1988
Population comparison of right whale body condition reveals poor state of the North Atlantic right whale
F Christiansen, SM Dawson, JW Durban, H Fearnbach, CA Miller, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 640, 1-16, 2020
Pingers, porpoises and power: uncertainties with using pingers to reduce bycatch of small cetaceans
SM Dawson, A Read, E Slooten
Biological Conservation 84 (2), 141-146, 1998
Conservation of Hector's dolphins: The case and process which led to establishment of the Banks Peninsula Marine Mammal Sanctuary
SM Dawson, E Slooten
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 3 (3), 207-221, 1993
An approach for regional threat assessment under IUCN Red List criteria that is robust to uncertainty: The Fiordland bottlenose dolphins are critically endangered
RJC Currey, SM Dawson, E Slooten
Biological Conservation 142 (8), 1570-1579, 2009
Nowhere to go: noise impact assessments for marine mammal populations with high site fidelity
KA Forney, BL Southall, E Slooten, S Dawson, AJ Read, RW Baird, ...
Endangered species research 32, 391-413, 2017
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