Publications

SouWEST and it’s partner groups have produced a number of scientific papers related to the whales of Geographe Bay.  A number of these are listed below, including presentations at conferences.  If you are interested in obtaining an electronic copy of these publications, simply Contact Us.

2015

Recalde-Salas, A., Salgado Kent, S., Erbe, C., McCauley, R. and Possingham , H.(2015) Listening and not looking out: considering the differences in the acoustical ecology of baleen whales to improve optimal monitoring using passive acoustics. 27th International Congress for Conservation Biology 4th European Congress for Conservation Biology; Montpellier, France.

2014

Salgado Kent, C., Burton, C., Recalde-Salas, A., Marley, S. and Kniest, E. (2014) Defining the use of a resting and migratory area for baleen whales in a key habitat (Geographe Bay) in Australia’s south-west.  Report 2014-35; Project CMST 1199.

Recalde-Salas, A. (2014) Variability of baleen whale acoustical ecology:  implications for optimal monitoring and conservation planning using passive acoustics.  11th Australian Marine Science Association (WA) Student Workshop; Rottnest Island, Western Australia.

Recalde-Salas, A., Salgado Kent, C.P., Parsons, M.J.G., Marley, S.A. and McCauley, R.D. (2014) Non-song vocalisations of pygmy blue whales in Geographe Bay, Western AustraliaThe Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 135(5), EL213.

2013

Marley, S.A., Salgado Kent, C.P., Recalde-Salas, A. and Burton, C. (2013) Pygmy blue whale responses to vessel traffic during migration through Geographe Bay, southwestern Australia.  20th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals; Dunedin, New Zealand.

Recalde-Salas, A., Salgado Kent, C.P., Marley, S.A., Parsons, M.J.G. and McCauley, R.D. (2013)  Social sounds of Breeding Stock ‘D’ humpback whales in Western Australia:  a tool for enhancing passive acoustic monitoring.  20th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals; Dunedin, New Zealand.

Salgado Kent, C.P., Recalde-Salas, A. and Marley, S.A. (2013) The social context of east Indian Ocean pygmy blue whale sounds and their detection rates – a study conducted in Geographe Bay, south-western Australia. 20th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals; Dunedin, New Zealand.

Recalde-Salas, A., Salgado Kent, C.P., Marley, S.A., Parsons, M.J.G. and McCauley, R.D. (2013) Acoustic behaviour of pygmy blue whales migrating through a coastal embayment with increasing human use.  50th Annual Marine Science Association Conference; Gold Coast, Australia.

Burton, C., Salgado-Kent, C., Glencross, R., Marley, S.A., Recalde-Salas, A., Attard, C., Bouchet, P. and Möller, L.M. (2013)  Southwest Whale Ecology Study (SouWEST): An integrated collaborative project using multiple platforms to investigate the ecology and behaviour of baleen whales in southwestern Australia.  3rd South West Catchment Council Marine Conference; Dunsborough, Western Australia.

Recalde-Salas, A., Salgado Kent, C., Marley, S. and Burton, C. (2013) Social sounds of blue and humpback whales in Geographe Bay, Western Australia.  3rd South West Catchment Council Marine Conference; Dunsborough, Western Australia.

Glencross, R. and Burton, C. (2013) Nineteenth century record of Geographe Bay whale species population compared with that of the early 21st century.  3rd South West Catchment Council Marine Conference; Dunsborough, Western Australia.

2012

Salgado Kent, C.P., Gavrilov, A.N., McCauley, R.D., Burton, C., Recalde-Salas, A. and Marley, S. (2012) Passive acoustic monitoring of baleen whales in Geographe Bay, Western Australia. Proceedings of the Australian Acoustic Society Conference; Fremantle, Western Australia.

2011

Salgado Kent, C., Marley, S.A., Bouchet, P. and Nagy, J. (2011) A theodolite tracking study of baleen whales in Geographe Bay, Western Australia. 48th Australian Marine Sciences Association Annual Conference; Fremantle, Western Australia.

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