Stranding Bibliography

Bogomolni, A.L. et al., (2010), Mortality trends of stranded marine mammals on Cape Cod and southeastern Massachusetts, USA, 2000 to 2006, Aquatic Mammals, 88, 143-155.

Bradshaw et al., (2005), Mass Cetacean Strandings—a Plea for Empiricism, Conservation Biology, 20(2), 584-586.

Brownell, R. L. et al., (2009), Behavior of melon-headed whales, Peponocephala electra, near oceanic islands, Marine Mammal Science, 25(3), 639-658.

Brownell, R.L. et al., (2008), Hunting cetaceans with sound: a worldwide review, J. CETACEAN RES. MANAGE. 10(1):81–88.

Faerber, M. M., & Baird, R. W. (2010). Does a lack of observed beaked whale strandings in military exercise areas mean no impacts have occurred? A comparison of stranding and detection probabilities in the Canary and main Hawaiian Islands. Marine Mammal Science26(3), 602-613.

Fernandez, A., Edwards, J. F., Rodri­guez, F., de los Monteros, A. E., Herra¡ez, P., Castro, P., et al. (2005 ). ‘Gas and Fat Embolic Syndrome’ Involving a Mass Stranding of Beaked Whales (Family Ziphiidae) Exposed to Anthropogenic Sonar Signals ,Veterinary Pathology Online 42 (4 ), 446-457

Jefferson et al., 2009, Distribution of common dolphins (Delphinus spp.) in the western Atlantic Ocean: a critical re-examination, Marine Biology, 156, 1109-1124.

Horton, T. W., Holdaway, R. N., Zerbini, A. N., Hauser, N., Garrigue, C., Andriolo, A., et al. (2011 ). Straight as an arrow: humpback whales swim constant course tracks during long-distance migration, Biology Letters, online.

Miller et al., 2011, Developing dose-response relationships for the onset of avoidance of sonar by free-ranging killer whales(Orcinus orca), Paper presented at the 19th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, November, 2011, Tampa, FL, USA.

Parsons et al., (2008), Navy sonar and cetaceans: Just how much does the gun need to smoke before we act? Marine Pollution Bulletin, 56, 1248–1257

Report on the mass stranding and rescue of common dolphins in Porth Creek, the Percuil River, Falmouth, SW England, June 2008

Simmonds, M. P., Dolman, S. J., Jasny, M., Parsons, E. C. M., Weilgart, L., Wright, A. J., & Leaper, R. (2014). Marine Noise Pollution-Increasing Recognition But Need for More Practical Action.

SOUTHALL, B., R. BRAUN, F. M. D. GULLAND, A. D. HEARD, D. HOUSER, R. W. BAIRD, S. WILKIN AND T. ROWLES. 2006. Hawaiian melon-headed whale (Peponocephala electra) mass stranding event of 3–4 July 2004. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-ORP-31. 73 pp

Vanselow et al. (2009), Solar Driven Geomagnetic Anomalies and Sperm Whale (Physeter macrocephalus) Strandings Around the North Sea: An Analysis of Long Term Datasets, Open Marine Biology Journal, 3, 89-94.

Wiley, et al., 2001, Rescue and release of mass stranded cetaceans from beaches on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA; 1990–1999: a review of some response actions, Aquatic Mammals, 27(2), 162-171.

Wade et al., 2010, Conflict of interest in research on anthropogenic noise and marine mammals: Does      funding bias conclusions? Marine Policy, 34, 320-327.

Weilgart L, Whitehead H, Rendell L, Calambokidis J. Signal-to-noise: funding structure versus ethics as a             solution to conflict-of-interest. Marine Mammal Science 2005;21:779–81