Aquatic Acoustic Archive Literature Library

Prof. Christine Erbe (Director, Centre for Marine Science & Technology, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia) initiated this Library with funds from the IQOE and programming help from Jon Thompson.  Projects supported by many other funding agencies have enabled its growth.  Thanks to Prof. Erbe and all contributors and supporters.

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Journal Article
Activities, motivations and disturbance: An agent-based model of bottlenose dolphin behavioral dynamics and interactions with tourism in Doubtful Sound, New Zealand, Pirotta, Enrico, New Leslie, Harwood John, and Lusseau David , Ecological Modelling, 2014/06/24/, Volume 282, p.44-58, (2014)
Anthropogenic Noise as a Stressor in Animals: A Multidisciplinary Perspective, Wright, Andrew J., Soto Natacha Aguilar, Baldwin Ann Linda, Bateson Melissa, Beale Colin M., Clark Charlotte, Deak Terrence, Edwards Elizabeth F., Fernández Antonio, Godinho Ana, et al. , International Journal of Comparative Psychology, Volume 20, Number 2, p.250-273, (2007)
Do Marine Mammals Experience Stress Related to Anthropogenic Noise?, Wright, Andrew J., Soto Natacha Aguilar, Baldwin Ann Linda, Bateson Melissa, Beale Colin M., Clark Charlotte, Deak Terrence, Edwards Elizabeth F., Fernández Antonio, Godinho Ana, et al. , International Journal of Comparative Psychology, Volume 20, p.247-316, (2007)
Effects of Tour Boats on the Behaviour of Bottlenose Dolphins: Using Markov Chains to Model Anthropogenic Impacts, Lusseau, David , Conservation Biology, Volume 17, Number 6, p.1785-1793, (2003)
Effects of vessels on behaviour patterns of individual southern resident killer whales Orcinus orca, Williams, Rob, Bain David E., Smith Jodi C., and Lusseau David , Endangered Species Research, Volume 6, p.199-209, (2009)
Estimating cumulative exposure of wildlife to non-lethal disturbance using spatially explicit capture-recapture models. , Christiansen, Fredrik, Bertulli Chiara G., Rasmussen Marianne H., and Lusseau David , Journal of Wildlife Management, Volume 79, Number 2, p.311-324, (2015)
Estimating relative energetic costs of human disturbance to killer whales (Orcinus orca), Williams, Rob, Lusseau David, and Hammond Philip S. , Biological Conservation, Volume 133, Number 3, p.301-311, (2006)
Inferring energy expenditure from respiration rates in minke whales to measure the effects of whale watching boat interactions., Christiansen, Fredrik, Rasmussen Marianne H., and Lusseau David , Journal of Experimental Marine biology and Ecology, Volume 459, p.96-104, (2014)
Linking Behavior to Vital Rates to Measure the Effects of Non-Lethal Disturbance on Wildlife, Christiansen, Fredrik, and Lusseau David , Conservation Letters, Volume Published online 27 March 2015, (2015)
Male and female bottlenose dolphins Tursiops spp. have different strategies to avoid interactions with tour boats in Doubtful Sound, New Zealand, Lusseau, David , Marine Ecology Progress Series, Volume 257, p.267-274, (2003)
Modelling the biological significance of behavioural change in coastal bottlenose dolphins in response to disturbance, New, L.F., Harwood J., Thomas L., Donovan C., Clark J.S., Hastie G., and Lusseau David , Functional Ecology, Volume 27, p.314-322, (2013)
Predicting the effects of human developments on individual dolphins to understand potential long-term population consequences, Pirotta, Enrico, Harwood John, Thompson Paul M., New Leslie, Cheney Barbara, Arso Monica, Hammond Philip S., Donovan Carl, and Lusseau David , Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B Biological Sciences, Volume 282, Number 1818, p.Article 20152109, (2015)
Quantifying the effect of boat disturbance on bottlenose dolphin foraging activity, Pirotta, Enrico, Merchant Nathan D., Thompson Paul M., Barton Tim R., and Lusseau David , Biological Conservation, Volume 181, p.82-89, (2015)
Residency pattern of bottlenose dolphins Tursiops spp. in Milford Sound, New Zealand, is related to boat traffic, Lusseau, David , Marine Ecology Progress Series, Volume 295, p.265-272, (2005)
Sex differences in risk perception in deep-diving bottlenose dolphins leads to decreased foraging efficiency when exposed to human disturbance, Symons, John, Pirotta Enrico, and Lusseau David , Journal of Applied Ecology, Volume 51, Number 6, p.1584-1592, (2014)
Understanding the population consequences of disturbance, Pirotta, Enrico, Booth Cormac G., Costa Daniel P., Fleishman Erica, Kraus Scott D., Lusseau David, Moretti David, New Leslie F., Schick Robert S., Schwarz Lisa K., et al. , Ecology and Evolution, (Submitted)
Unsustainable dolphin-watching tourism in Fiordland, New Zealand, Lusseau, David, Slooten Liz, and Currey Rohan J. C. , Tourism in Marine Environments, Volume 3, Number 2, p.173-178, (2006)
Using short-term measures of behaviour to estimate long-term fitness of southern elephant seals, New, L.F., Clark J.S., Costa D.P., Fleishman E., Hindell M.A., Klanjcek T., Lusseau David, Kraus S., McMahon C.R., Robinson P.W., et al. , Marine Ecology Progress Series, Volume 496, p.99-108, (2014)
Whale watching disrupts feeding activities of minke whales on a feeding ground., Christianses, Fredrik, Rasmussen Marianne, and Lusseau David , Marine Ecology Progress Series, Volume 478, p.239-251, (2013)