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Modelling habitat use suggests static spatial exclusion zones are a non‑optimal management tool for a highly mobile marine mammal

Dwyer 2020

S. L. Dwyer, M. D. M. Pawley,  D. M. Clement,  K. A. Stockin 


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Factors influencing heterogeneity in female reproductive success in a Critically Endangered population of bottlenose dolphins


 T. E. Brough, S. Henderson, M. Guerra, S. M. Dawson.


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Local abundance, apparent survival and site fidelity of Bryde’s whales in the Hauraki Gulf (New Zealand) inferred from long-term photo-identification


G. Tezanos-Pinto, K. Hupman, N. Wiseman, S. L. Dwyer, C. S. Baker, L. Brooks, B. Outhwaite, C. Lea, K. A. Stockin

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Distribution and relative density of cetaceans in
the Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand



SL Dwyer, DM Clement, MDM Pawley & KA Stockin


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Overlooking a potential hotspot at Great Barrier Island for the nationally endangered bottlenose dolphin of New Zealand


Sarah L. Dwyer, Gabriela Tezanos-Pinto, Ingrid N. Visser, Matthew D. M. Pawley, Anna M. Meissner, Jo Berghan, Karen A. Stockin

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Cookie Cutter Shark (Isistius sp.) Bites on Cetaceans, with Particular Reference to Killer Whales (Orca)


Sarah L. Dwyer and Ingrid N. Visser

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Effects of boats on the surface and acoustic behaviour of an endangered population of bottlenose dolphins


M. Guerra, S. M. Dawson, T. E. Brough, W. J. Rayment

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Short-term survival of severe propeller strike injuries and observations on wound progression in a bottlenose dolphin


L Kozmian-Ledward, S Dwyer, KA Stockin

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Mitigation of vessel-strike mortality of endangered Bryde’s whales in the Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand


Rochelle Constantine, Mark Johnson, Leena Riekkola, Stephanie Jervis, Lily Kozmian-Ledward, Todd Dennis, Leigh G. Torres, Natacha Aguilar de Soto

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Photo-identification of bottlenose dolphins in
the far south of New Zealand indicates a ‘new’, previously unstudied...

photo id

T. E. Brough, S.M Dawson, M Guerra

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Diving behaviour of petrels and shearwaters


L Kozmian-Ledward, S Dwyer, KA Stockin

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