David Lusseau
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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
The emergent properties of a dolphin social network
D Lusseau
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
Identifying the role that animals play in their social networks
D Lusseau, MEJ Newman
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
Effects of tour boats on the behavior of bottlenose dolphins: using Markov chains to model anthropogenic impacts
D Lusseau
Conservation Biology 17 (6), 1785-1793, 2003
Estimating relative energetic costs of human disturbance to killer whales (Orcinus orca)
R Williams, D Lusseau, PS Hammond
Biological conservation 133 (3), 301-311, 2006
Cetaceans have complex brains for complex cognition
L Marino, RC Connor, RE Fordyce, LM Herman, PR Hof, L Lefebvre, ...
PLoS biology 5 (5), e139, 2007
Quantifying the influence of sociality on population structure in bottlenose dolphins
D Lusseau, BEN Wilson, PS Hammond, K Grellier, JW Durban, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology, 14-24, 2006
Animal social networks: an introduction
J Krause, D Lusseau, R James
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63, 967-973, 2009
The hidden cost of tourism: detecting long-term effects of tourism using behavioral information
D Lusseau
Ecology and Society 9 (1), 2004
Vessel traffic disrupts the foraging behavior of southern resident killer whales Orcinus orca
D Lusseau, DE Bain, R Williams, JC Smith
Endangered Species Research 6 (3), 211-221, 2009
Residency pattern of bottlenose dolphins Tursiops spp. in Milford Sound, New Zealand, is related to boat traffic
D Lusseau
Marine Ecology Progress Series 295, 265-272, 2005
Managing the impacts of dolphin-based tourism through the definition of critical habitats: the case of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops spp.) in Doubtful Sound, New Zealand
D Lusseau, JES Higham
Tourism Management 25 (6), 657-667, 2004
Male and female bottlenose dolphins Tursiops spp. have different strategies to avoid interactions with tour boats in Doubtful Sound, New Zealand
D Lusseau
Marine Ecology Progress Series 257, 267-274, 2003
Do marine mammals experience stress related to anthropogenic noise?
AJ Wright, NA Soto, AL Baldwin, M Bateson, CM Beale, C Clark, T Deak, ...
International Journal of Comparative Psychology 20 (2), 2007
Underestimating the damage: interpreting cetacean carcass recoveries in the context of the Deepwater Horizon/BP incident
R Williams, S Gero, L Bejder, J Calambokidis, SD Kraus, D Lusseau, ...
Conservation Letters 4 (3), 228-233, 2011
The long-term consequences of short-term responses to disturbance experiences from whalewatching impact assessment
D Lusseau, L Bejder
International Journal of Comparative Psychology 20 (2), 2007
Quantifying the effect of boat disturbance on bottlenose dolphin foraging activity
E Pirotta, ND Merchant, PM Thompson, TR Barton, D Lusseau
Biological Conservation 181, 82-89, 2015
Understanding the population consequences of disturbance
E Pirotta, CG Booth, DP Costa, E Fleishman, SD Kraus, D Lusseau, ...
Ecology and Evolution 8 (19), 9934-9946, 2018
Collective decision‐making and fission–fusion dynamics: a conceptual framework
C Sueur, AJ King, L Conradt, G Kerth, D Lusseau, C Mettke‐Hofmann, ...
Oikos 120 (11), 1608-1617, 2011
Cyclicity in the structure of female baboon social networks
SP Henzi, D Lusseau, T Weingrill, CP Van Schaik, L Barrett
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 63, 1015-1021, 2009
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