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Cetacean rapid assessment: An approach to fill knowledge gaps and target conservation across large data deficient areas Braulik et al., 20172017Braulik, G. T., Kasuga, M., Wittich, A., Kiszka, J. J., MacCaulay, J., Gillespie, D., . . . Hammond, P. S. (2017). Cetacean rapid assessment: An approach to fill knowledge gaps and target conservation across large data deficient areas. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2833. doi:10.1002/aqc.2833Peer-reviewed journalBraulik, Gillgillbraulik@gmail.com
Cetacean rapid assessment: an approach to fill knowledge gaps and target conservation activities in data deficient areas Braulik et al., 20182018BRAULIK, G.T., KASUGA, M., WITTICH, A., KISZKA, J., MACCAULEY, J., GILLESPIE, D., GORDON, J., SHAHIB SAID, S. & HAMMOND, P.S., 2018. Cetacean rapid assessment: an approach to fill knowledge gaps and target conservation activities in data deficient areas. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 28: 216-230.Peer-reviewed journalGill Braulikgillbraulik@gmail.com
Abundance and site fidelity of bottlenose dolphins off a remote oceanic island (Reunion, southwest Indian Ocean). Estrade & Dulau 20202020Estrade V, Dulau V. 2020. Abundance and site fidelity of bottlenose dolphins off a remote oceanic island (Reunion, southwest Indian Ocean). Marine Mammal Science, 2020:1-26. https://doi.org/10.1111/mms.12693Peer-reviewed journalVanessa Estradevanessa.estrade@globice.orgTursiops aduncus, abundance, site fidelity, Reunion
Vulnerable marine megafauna interaction with small-scale fisheries of the southwestern Indian Ocean: a review of status and challenges for research and management Temple et al., 20182018TEMPLE, A., KISZKA, J., STEAD, S., WAMBIJI, N., BRITO, A., POONIAN, C., AMIR, O.A., JIDDAWI, N.S., FENNESSY, S.T., PEREZ-JORGE, S. & BERGGREN, P., 2018. Vulnerable marine megafauna interaction with small-scale fisheries of the southwestern Indian Ocean: a review of status and challenges for research and management. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 28: 89-115.Peer-reviewed journalAndrew Temple andrew.temple@newcastle.ac.uk
Marine mammals: a review of status, distribution and interaction with fisheries in the Southwest Indian Ocean Kiszka 20152015KISZKA, J., 2015. Marine mammals: a review of status, distribution and interaction with fisheries in the Southwest Indian Ocean. Chapter 8: 303-323. In: Van der Elst RP and Everett BI. 2015. (eds). Offshore fisheries of the Southwest Indian Ocean: their status and the impact on vulnerable species. Oceanographic Research Institute, Special Publication, 10. 448pp.Book chapterJeremy Kiszkajkiszka@fiu.edu
Cetaceans and tuna purse seine fisheries in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans: interactions but few mortalities Escalle et al., 20152015ESCALLE, L., CAPIETTO, A., CHAVANCE, P., DUBROCA, L., DELGADO DE MOLINA, A., MURUA, H., ROMANOV, E., SPITZ, J., KISZKA, J., FLOCH, L., DAMIANO, A. & MERIGOT, B., 2015. Cetaceans and tuna purse seine fisheries in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans: interactions but few mortalities. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 522: 255-268.Peer-reviewed journalLaurianne Escallelauriane.escalle@ird.fr
The foraging ecology of coastal bottlenose dolphins based on stable isotope mixing models and behavioural sampling Kiszka et al., 20142014KISZKA, J., MENDEZ-FERNANDEZ, P., HEITHAUS, M.R. & RIDOUX, V., 2014. The foraging ecology of coastal bottlenose dolphins based on stable isotope mixing models and behavioural sampling. Marine Biology, 161: 953-961.Peer-reviewed journalJeremy Kiszkajkiszka@fiu.edu
Capture-mark-recapture modelling suggests an endangered status for the Mayotte Island (eastern Africa) population of Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins Pusineri et al., 20142014PUSINERI, C., BARBRAUD, C., KISZKA, J., CACERES, S. MOUGNOT, J., DAUDIN, G. & RIDOUX, V., 2014. Capture-mark-recapture modelling suggests an endangered status for the Mayotte Island (eastern Africa) population of Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins. Endangered Species Research, 23: 33-43.Peer-reviewed journalClaire Pusinericlaire.pusineri@gmail.com
Habitat partitioning and fine scale population structure among insular bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) in a tropical lagoon Kiszka et al., 20122012KISZKA, J., SIMON-BOUHET, B., GASTEBOIS, C., PUSINERI, C. & RIDOUX, V., 2012. Habitat partitioning and fine scale population structure among insular bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) in a tropical lagoon. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 416-417: 176-184.Peer-reviewed journalJeremy Kiszkajkiszka@fiu.edu
Cetacean research in the southern African subregion (equator to ice edge): review of previous studies and current knowledge Elwen et al., 20112011ELWEN, S., FINDLAY, K., KISZKA, J. & WEIR, C., 2011. Cetacean research in the southern African subregion (equator to ice edge): review of previous studies and current knowledge. African Journal of Marine Science, 33(3): 469-493.Peer-reviewed journalSimon Elwensimon.elwen@gmail.com
What drives island-associated tropical dolphins to form mixed-species associations in the southwest Indian Ocean? Kiszka et al., 2011b2011KISZKA, J., PERRIN, W.F., PUSINERI, C. & RIDOUX, V., 2011. What drives island-associated tropical dolphins to form mixed-species associations in the southwest Indian Ocean? Journal of Mammalogy, 92(5): 1105-1111.Peer-reviewed journalJeremy Kiszkajkiszkas@fiu.edu
Ecological niche segregation within a community of sympatric dolphins around a tropical island Kiszka et al., 20112011KISZKA, J., SIMON-BOUHET, B., MARTINEZ, L., PUSINERI, C., RICHARD, P. & RIDOUX, V., 2011. Ecological niche segregation within a community of sympatric dolphins around a tropical island. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 433: 273-288.Peer-reviewed journalJeremy Kiszkajkiszka@fiu.edu
Cytochrome P450 1A1 expression in cetacean skin biopsies from the Indian Ocean Jauniaux et al., 20112011JAUNIAUX, T., FARNIR, F., FONTAINE, M., KISZKA, J., SARLET, M. & COIGNOUL, F, 2011. Cytochrome P450 1A1 expression in cetacean skin biopsies from the Indian Ocean. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 62: 1317-1319.Peer-reviewed journalThierry Jauniauxt.jauniaux@ulg.ac.be
Structure of a toothed cetacean community around a tropical island (Mayotte, Mozambique Channel) Kiszka et al., 20102011KISZKA, J., ERSTS, P.J. & RIDOUX, V., 2010. Structure of a toothed cetacean community around a tropical island (Mayotte, Mozambique Channel). African Journal of Marine Science, 32(3): 543-551.Peer-reviewed journalJeremy Kiszkajkiszka@fiu.edu
Lobomycosis-like disease and other skin conditions in Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) from the Indian Ocean Kiszka et al., 20092009KISZKA, J., VAN BRESSEM, M.-F. & PUSINERI, C., 2009. Lobomycosis-like disease and other skin conditions in Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) from the Indian Ocean. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 84 (2): 151-157.Peer-reviewed journalJeremy Kiszkajkiszka@fiu.edu
Marine megafauna catch in southwestern Indian Ocean small-scale fisheries from landings data Temple et al., 20192019TEMPLE, A., WAMBIJI, N., POONIAN, C., JIDDAWI, N., STEAD, S., KISZKA, J. & BERGGREN, P., 2019. Marine megafauna catch in southwestern Indian Ocean small-scale fisheries from landings data. Biological Conservation, 230: 113-121.Peer-reviewed journalAndrew Temple andrew.temple@newcastle.ac.uk
Assessment of the Conservation Status of the Indian Ocean Humpback Dolphin (Sousa plumbea) Using the IUCN Red List Criteria Braulik et al. 20152015Braulik, G. T., Findlay, K., Cerchio, S., & Baldwin, R. (2015). Chapter Five - Assessment of the Conservation Status of the Indian Ocean Humpback Dolphin (Sousa plumbea) Using the IUCN Red List Criteria. In T. A. Jefferson & B. E. Curry (Eds.), Advances in Marine Biology (Vol. 72, pp. 119-141): Academic Press.Peer-reviewed journalBraulik, Gillgillbraulik@gmail.comSousa plumbea
Ecological niche segregation within a community of sympatric dolphins around a tropical island Kiszka et al. 20112011KISZKA, J., SIMON-BOUHET, B., MARTINEZ, L., PUSINERI, C., RICHARD, P. & RIDOUX, V., 2011. Ecological niche segregation within a community of sympatric dolphins around a tropical island. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 433: 273-288.Peer-reviewed journalJeremy Kiszkajkiszka@fiu.edu
Using passive acoustic monitoring to assess humpback whale occurrence and breeding activity around La Réunion Island. Ceyrac et al., 20182018Ceyrac L.., Barreau E.., Modi A. , Estrade V., Dulau V. 2018. Using passive acoustic monitoring to assess humpback whale occurrence and breeding activity around La Réunion Island. Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science, Special Issue: 1 /2018: 65-73.Peer-reviewed journallaura.ceyracglobice@globice.orgHumpback whale, acoustic, Reunion
First insights on spatial and temporal distribution patterns of humpback whales in the breeding ground at Sainte Marie Channel, Madagascar Trudelle et al.20182018L Trudelle, J-B Charrassin, A Saloma, S Pous, A Kretzschmar & O Adam_x000D_ (2018) First insights on spatial and temporal distribution patterns of humpback whales in the_x000D_ breeding ground at Sainte Marie Channel, Madagascar, African Journal of Marine Science, 40:1,_x000D_ 75-86, DOI: 10.2989/1814232X.2018.1445028_x000D_Peer-reviewLaurène Trudellelaurene.trudelle@gmail.comhabitat use, Indian Ocean, Megaptera novaeangliae, phenology, seasonality pattern, social groups
Identifying Key Demographic Parameters of a Small Island–Associated Population of Indo-Pacific Bottlenose Dolphins (Reunion, Indian Ocean). Dulau et al., 20172017Dulau V., Estrade V. Fayan J. 2017. Identifying Key Demographic Parameters of a Small Island–Associated Population of Indo-Pacific Bottlenose Dolphins (Reunion, Indian Ocean). Plos One. 12(6): e0179780 Peer-reviewed journalViolaine Dulauviolaine.dulau@globice.orgIndo-Pacific bottlnose Dolphin Tursiops aduncus Abundance survival mark-recapture Robust Design
Continuous movement behavior of humpback whales during the breeding season in the southwest Indian Ocean: on the road again! Dulau et al., 20172017Dulau V., Pinet P., Geyer Y., Fayan J., Mongin P., Cottarel G., Zerbini A., Cerchio S. 2017. Continuous movement behavior of humpback whales during the breeding season in the southwest Indian Ocean: on the road again! Movement Ecology 5:11. Doi: DOI 10.1186/s40462-017-0101-5 Peer-reviewed journalViolaine Dulauviolaine.dulau@globice.orgHumpbHumpback whales · Satellite tagging ·Reunion · Indian Ocean Breeding behavior · Movement patterns
Modelling the effects of environmental conditions on the acoustic occurrence and behaviour of Antarctic blue whales Shabangu et al, 20172017Shabangu FW, Yemane D, Stafford KM, Ensor P, Findlay KP (2017) Modelling the effects of environmental conditions on the acoustic occurrence and behaviour of Antarctic blue whales. PLoS ONE 12(2): e0172705. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0172705Peer-reviewed journalFannie Shabangufannie.sha bangu@yah oo.com Balaenoptera musculus, acoustic occurrence, behaviour
Humpback whale “super-groups” – A novel low-latitude feeding behaviour of Southern Hemisphere humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) in the Benguela Upwelling System Findlay et al., 20172017Findlay KP, Seakamela SM, Meÿer MA, Kirkman SP, Barendse J, Cade DE, et al. (2017) Humpback whale “super-groups” – A novel low-latitude feeding behaviour of Southern Hemisphere humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) in the Benguela Upwelling System. PLoS ONE 12(3): e0172002. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0172002_x000D_Peer-reviewed journalKen Findlayfindlayk@cput.ac.za Megaptera novaeangliae, feeding behaviour, Benguela Upwelling System
Humppback whale monitoring at Isle Sainte-Marie, Madagascar, and in th Comoros Archipelago (Western Indian Ocean), from 1999 to 2008, based on whale-watching. Vely et al., 20092009Vely, M., Bastid, J.J., Perri, M., Mayer, F.X., Rabearisoa, N., Ibrahima, S.M. and Bertrand, N., 2009, July. Year. Humppback whale monitoring at Isle Sainte-Marie, Madagascar, and in th Comoros Archipelago (Western Indian Ocean), from 1999 to 2008, based on whale-watching. In Indian Ocean Cetacean Symposium (pp. 18-20).
Density, group composition, and encounter rates of humpback whales ( Megaptera novaeangliae) in the eastern Comoros archipelago [C2]. Ersts et al., 20092009Ersts, P.J., Kiszka, J., Vely, M., and Rosenbaum, H.C., 2009. Density, group composition, and encounter rates of humpback whales ( Megaptera novaeangliae) in the eastern Comoros archipelago [C2]. J. Cetacean Res. Manag.Peer-reviewed journalPeter J. Erstsersts@amnh.orgHUMPBACK WHALE; BREEDING GROUNDS; CONSERVATION; SURVEY-VESSEL; SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE
Observations of individual humpback whales utilising multiple migratory destinations in the south-western Indian Ocean. Ersts et al., 20112011Ersts, P.J., Pomilla, C., Kiszka, J., Cerchio, S., Rosenbaum, H.C., Vély, M., Razafindrakoto, Y., Loo, J.A., Leslie, M.S. and Avolio, M., 2011. Observations of individual humpback whales utilising multiple migratory destinations in the south-western Indian Ocean. African Journal of Marine Science, 33(2), pp.333-338.Peer-reviewed journalPeter J. Erstsersts@amnh.org conservation, genetics, Indian Ocean sanctuary, mark-recapture, Megaptera novaeangliae, microsatellite, migration, photo-identification
Humpback whales identified in the territorial waters of Mayotte [C2] and matches to eastern Madagascar [C3]. Ersts et al., 2006 (IWC report)2006Ersts, P.J., Pomilla, C., Rosenbaum, H.C., Kiszka, J. and Vély, M., 2006. Humpback whales identified in the territorial waters of Mayotte [C2] and matches to eastern Madagascar [C3]. Document IWC: SC A, 6._x000D_IWC report   
Population structure of humpback whales from their breeding grounds in the South Atlantic and Indian Oceans. Rosenbaum et al., 20092009Rosenbaum HC, Pomilla C, Mendez M, Leslie MS, Best PB, et al. (2009) Population Structure of Humpback Whales from Their Breeding Grounds in the South Atlantic and Indian Oceans. PLoS ONE 4(10): e7318.Peer-reviewed journalHoward Rosenbaumhrosenbaum@wcs.orgMegaptera novaeangliae, Population Structure 
First description of a humpback whale wintering ground in Baie d'Antongil, Madagascar. Rosenbaum et al., 19971997Rosenbaum, H.C., Walsh, P.D., Razafindrakoto, Y., Vely, M. and Desalle, R., 1997. First description of a humpback whale wintering ground in Baie d'Antongil, Madagascar. Conservation Biology, 11(2), pp.308-314.Peer-reviewed journal
Preliminary account of cetacean diversity and humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) group characteristics around the Union of the Comoros (Mozambique Channel)  Kiszka et al., 20102010Kiszka, J., Vely, M. and Breysse, O., 2010. Preliminary account of cetacean diversity and humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) group characteristics around the Union of the Comoros (Mozambique Channel). Mammalia, 74(1), pp.51-56.Jérémy Kiszkajeremy.kiszka@wanadoo.fr cetaceans; diversity; group characteristics; humpback whale; Indian Ocean Whale Sanctuary; Megaptera novaeangliae; Union of the Comoros
Short Note: Observation of a Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) Birth in the Coastal Waters of Sainte Marie Island, Madagascar. Faria et al., 20132013Faria, M.A., DeWeerdt J., Pace F., and Mayer, FX., (2013). Short Note: Observation of a Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) Birth in the Coastal Waters of Sainte Marie Island, Madagascar. Aquatic Mammals, 39(3), 296–305. http://doi.org/10.1578/AM.39.3.2013.296Short note
Aspects of habitat use of Stenella longirostris and Tursiops aduncus within the Dolphin Watching zone on the West Coast of Mauritius Cadinouche et al.  Cadinouche A, Webster I, & Cockcroft V. Aspects of habitat use of Stenella longirostris and Tursiops aduncus within the Dolphin Watching zone on the West Coast of Mauritius._x000D_  Imogen Websterjipperim.orca@gmail.com  
Abundance of the Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin Tursiops aduncus off south-west Mauritius Webster et al., 20142014Webster I, Cockcroft VG & Cadinouche A (2014): Abundance of the Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin Tursiops aduncus off south-west Mauritius, African Journal of Marine Science 36(3). DOI: 10.2989/1814232X.2014.946448Peer-reviewed journalImogen Websterjipperim.orca@gmail.comdolphin watching, photo-identification, population estimate, residency
Spinner dolphins Stenella longirostris off south-west Mauritius: abundance and residency Webster et al., 20152015Webster I, Cockcroft V, Cadinouche A.Spinner dolphins Stenella longirostris off south-west Mauritius: abundance and residency. African Journal of Marine Science 37(1):115-124.DOI: 10.2989/1814232X.2015.1017004Peer-reviewed journal   Stenella longirostris, Mauritius, abundance, residency
Suivi satellitaire de baleines à bosse dans le Sanctuaire Baleinier de l’Ocean Indien. Fossette & Vély, 2011 (report)2011Fossette S, Vely M. 2011. Suivi satellitaire de baleines à bosse dans le Sanctuaire Baleinier de l’Ocean Indien. Rapport final pour la Fondation Nicolas Hulot. 5p.Other technical reports and reviews
Preliminary comparison of humpback whale photographic identifications indicates connectivity between Reunion (BS C4) and Madagascar (BS C3). Dulau-Drouot et al., 20112011Dulau-Drouot, V., Cerchio, S., Jouannet, V., Ersts, P., Fayan, J., Boucaud, V. and Rosenbaum, H. (2011) Preliminary comparison of humpback whale photographic identifications indicates connectivity between Reunion (BS C4) and Madagascar (BS C3). Paper SC/63/SH28 presented to the IWC Scientific Committee, June 2011 (unpublished). 10pp._x000D_IWC report   
Incidental catch of marine mammals in the southwest Indian Ocean: a preliminary review. Kiszka et al., 2008 (IWC)2008Kiszka, J., Muir, C., Amir, O.A., Drouot-Dulau, V., Poonian, C., Razafindrakoto, Y. and Wambiji, N. (2008) Incidental catch of marine mammals in the southwest Indian Ocean: a preliminary review. Paper SC/60/SM13 presented to the IWC Scientific Committee, June 2008.IWC report
Indian Ocean Commission report of activity (January 2007-May 2008). Etienne et al., 2008 (IWC)2008Etienne, D., Bonne, G., Drouot-Dulau, V., De Toma Cadinouche, A., Giroux, F. and Razafindrakoto, Y. Indian Ocean Commission report of activity (January 2007-May 2008). Paper SC/60/O15 presented to the IWC Scientific Committee, June 2008. IWC report
Cetaceans in the southwest Indian Ocean : a review of diversity, distribution and conservation issues. Kiszka et al., 2009 (IWC)2009Kiszka, J., Berggren, P., Rosenbaum, H.C., Cerchio, S., Rowat, D., Drouot-Dulau, V., Razafindrakoto, Y., Vely, M., Guissamulo, A. (2009). Cetaceans in the southwest Indian Ocean : a review of diversity, distribution and conservation issues. Paper SC/61/O18 presented to the IWC Scientific Committee, June 2009. IWC report
A First description of humpback whale (Megaptera novaeanglia) movements between breeding grounds in the Indian Ocean Whale Sanctuary. International Whaling Commission Fossette et al., 2012 (IWC)2012Fossette S, Heide-Jorgensen MP, Vely M, Villum Jensen M, Bertrand N. 2012. A First description of humpback whale (Megaptera novaeanglia) movements between breeding grounds in the Indian Ocean Whale Sanctuary. International Whaling Commission. Report of the Scientific Committee. J. Cetacean Res. Manage. 14 (suppl.). SC/64/SH3IWC report
Humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) post breeding dispersal and southward migration in the western Indian Ocean Whale Sanctuary. Fossette et al., 2013 (IWC)2013Fossette S, Heide-Jorgensen MP, Villum Jensen M, Kiszka J, Bérubé M, Bertrand N, Vely M. 2013. Humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) post breeding dispersal and southward migration in the western Indian Ocean Whale Sanctuary. International Whaling Commission. Report of the Scientific Committee. SC/65a/SH02. IWC report
Cetacean diversity off La Réunion Island (France) Dulau-Drouot et al., 20082008Dulau-Drouot, V., Boucaud, V. & Rota, B. (2008) Cetacean diversity off La Réunion Island (France). Journal of Marine Biology Association of UK, 88(6): 1263–1272. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0025315408001069_x000D_Peer-reviewed journalViolaine Dulau-Drouotviolaine.dulau@globice.orgcetacean, diversity, distribution, Indian Ocean
Occurence and residency pattern of humpback whale in Reunion Island (France) during 2004-2010 Dulau-Drouot et al., 20122012Dulau-Drouot V., Fayan J., Mouysset L., Boucaud V. (2012). Occurence and residency pattern of humpback whale in Reunion Island (France) during 2004-2010. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 12(2): 255-263_x000D_Peer-reviewed journalViolaine Dulau-Drouotviolaine.dulau@globice.orgHumpback whale; Indian Ocean; Breeding ground; Residency pattern; Photo-ID; Survey-vessel
Humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) post breeding dispersal and southward migration in the western Indian Ocean Fossette et al., 20142014Fossette S, Heide-Jorgensen MP, Villum Jensen, M, Kiszka J, Bérubé M, Bertrand N, Vely M. 2014. Humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) post breeding dispersal and southward migration in the western Indian Ocean. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 450, 6-14. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jembe.2013.10.014 Peer-reviewed journalSabrina Fossettesabrina.fossette@googlemail.comMarine mammals; Migration; Satellite telemetry; Connectivity; Antarctica; International Whaling Commission
Habitat availability and geographic isolation as potential drivers of population structure in an oceanic dolphin in the southwest Indian Ocean Viricel et al., 20162016Viricel A. Simon-Bouhet B., Ceyrac L., Dulau-Drouot V., Berggren P., Amir O.A. Jiddawi N.J., Mongin P., Kiszka J. 2016. Habitat availability and geographic isolation as potential drivers of population structure in an oceanic dolphin in the southwest Indian Ocean. Marine Biology 163: 219. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00227-016-2999-3 _x000D_ _x000D_Peer-reviewed journalJérémy Kiszkajeremy.kiszka@gmail.comStenella longirostris, population structure, Habitat availability, geographic isolation 
Spatial variation in shark-inflicted injuries to Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) of the southwestern Indian Ocean Heithaus et al., 20162016Heithaus, M. R., Kiszka, J. J., Cadinouche, A., Dulau-Drouot, V., Boucaud, V., Pérez-Jorge, S. and Webster, I. (2016), Spatial variation in shark-inflicted injuries to Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) of the southwestern Indian Ocean. Mar Mam Sci. doi:10.1111/mms.12346_x000D_ _x000D_ _x000D_Peer-reviewed journalMichael R. Heithausheithaus@fiu.edu Tursiops aduncus, shark-inflicted injuries
Contrasted accumulation patterns of persistent organic pollutants and mercury in sympatric tropical dolphins from the south-western Indian Ocean. Dirtu et al., 20162016Dirtu A.C., Malarvannan G., Das K., Dulau-Drouot V., Kiszka J., Lepoint G., Mongin P., Covaci A. 2016. Contrasted accumulation patterns of persistent organic pollutants and mercury in sympatric tropical dolphins from the south-western Indian Ocean. Environmental Research, 146: 263-273. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2016.01.006 _x000D_Peer-reviewed journalAdrian Covaciadrian.covaci@uantwerpen.bePOPs; Hg; stable isotopes; La Réunion; Stenella longirostris; Tursiops aduncus
Linking pollutant exposure of humpback whales breeding in the Indian Ocean to their feeding habits and feeding areas off Antarctica. Das et al., 20162016Das K., Malarvannan G., Dirtu A., Dulau V., Dumont M., Lepoint G., Mongin P., Covaci A. 2016. Linking pollutant exposure of humpback whales breeding in the Indian Ocean to their feeding habits and feeding areas off Antarctica. Environmental Pollution. 220:1090-1099. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2016.11.032 _x000D_Peer-reviewed journalKrishna Daskrishna.das@ulg.ac.beBaleen whale; Persistent organic pollutants; Stable isotopes; Reunion Island; Indian Ocean
Habitat selection of two island-associated dolphin species from the south-west Indian Ocean. Condet & Dulau-Drouot, 20162016Condet M. & Dulau-Drouot V. 2016. Habitat selection of two island-associated dolphin species from the south-west Indian Ocean. Continental Shelf Research, 125: 18-27. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.csr.2016.06.010_x000D_Peer-reviewed journalViolaine Dulau-Drouotviolaine.dulau@globice.orgTursiops aduncus; Stenella longirostris; Coastal habitat; Indian Ocean
Influence of environmental parameters on movements and habitat utilization of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) in the Madagascar breeding ground. Trudelle et al., 20162016Trudelle L, Cerchio S, Zerbini AN, Geyer Y, Mayer FX, Jung JL, Hervé, MR, Pous S, Sallée JB, Rosenbaum HC, Adam O, and Charrassin JB, 2016. Influence of environmental parameters on movements and habitat utilization of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) in the Madagascar breeding ground. R. Soc. Open sci. 3:160616. DOI: 10.1098/rsos.160616_x000D_Peer-reviewed journalLaurène Trudellelaurene.trudelle@gmail.comhumpback whales; satellite telemetry; Madagascar; movement patterns; environmental parameters; habitat use
 Marine mammals around the Union of the Comoros (Mozambique Channel): recent records and review of available information. Kiszka et al., 2006 (IWC report)2006Kiszka, J., Breysse, O., Boinali, K. and Vely, M., 2006. Marine mammals around the Union of the Comoros (Mozambique Channel): recent records and review of available information. Report SC/58/O6 submitted to the Scientific Committee of the International Whaling Commission.   Indian Ocean, breeding grounds
Satellite tagging of humpback whales off Madagascar reveals long range movements of individuals in the Southwest Indian Ocean during the breeding season Cerchio et al., 20162016Cerchio S, Trudelle L, Zerbini A, Geyer Y, Mayer FX, Charrassin JB, Jung JL, Adam O, and Rosenbaum HC. Satellite tagging of humpback whales off Madagascar reveals long range movements of individuals in the Southwest Indian Ocean during the breeding season. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 562: 193–209. doi: 10.3354/meps11951 Peer-reviewed journalSalvatore Cerchioscerchio@neaq.orgHumpback whales · Satellite telemetry · Madagascar · Breeding behavior · Movement patterns · Population structure
Satellite tagging of humpback whales off Madagascar reveals long range movements of individuals in the Southwest Indian Ocean during the breeding season Cerchio et al., 20162016Cerchio S, Trudelle L, Zerbini A, Geyer Y, Mayer FX, Charrassin JB, Jung JL, Adam O, and Rosenbaum HC. Satellite tagging of humpback whales off Madagascar reveals long range movements of individuals in the Southwest Indian Ocean during the breeding season. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 562: 193–209. doi: 10.3354/meps11951 Peer-reviewed journalSalvatore Cerchioscerchio@neaq.orgHumpback whales · Satellite telemetry · Madagascar · Breeding behavior · Movement patterns · Population structure

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