Marine Mammals: Fisheries, Tourism and Management Issues

  Marine Mammals: Fisheries, Tourism and Management Issues

1 Strategies for conserving marine mammals

pp. 1-30

2 Marine mammals and fisheries: The role of science in the culling debate

pp. 31-47

3 Ecological consequences of Southern Ocean harvesting

pp. 48-61

4 Trophic interactions between marine mammals and Australian fisheries: An ecosystem approach

pp. 62-99

5 Interactions between marine mammals and High Seas fisheries in Patagonia: An integrated approach

pp. 100-115

6 Management of Cape fur seals and fisheries in South Africa

pp. 116-135

7 Pinnipeds, cetaceans and fisheries in Australia: A review of operational interactions

pp. 136-152

8 Hector's dolphins and fisheries in New Zealand: A species at risk

pp. 153-173

9 Effects of fishing bycatch and the conservation status of the franciscana dolphin, Pontoporia blainvillei

pp. 174-191

10 New Zealand sea lions and squid: Managing fisheries impacts on a threatened marine mammal

pp. 192-207

11 Aquaculture and marine mammals: Co-existence or conflict?

pp. 208-228

12 Evaluating the effects of nature-based tourism on cetaceans

pp. 229-256

13 Pinniped-focused tourism in the Southern Hemisphere: A review of the industry

pp. 257-276

14 Swimming with wild cetaceans, with a special focus on the Southern Hemisphere

pp. 277-303

15 The effects of provisioning on maternal care in wild bottlenose dolphins, Shark Bay, Australia

pp. 304-320

16 Ethics and marine mammal research

pp. 321-329

17 Ecosystem monitoring: Are seals a potential tool for monitoring change in marine systems?

pp. 330-343

18 Acoustics and marine mammals: Introduction, importance, threats and potential as a research tool

pp. 344-365

19 DNA surveys and surveillance of marine mammals: Species identification, discovery and management

pp. 366-382

20 A future for the dugong?

pp. 383-399

21 Pollution and marine mammals in the Southern Hemisphere: Potential or present threat?

pp. 400-446