Rohan Currey
Rohan Currey
Marine Stewardship Council
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Unsustainable dolphin-watching tourism in Fiordland, New Zealand
D Lusseau, L Slooten, RJC Currey
Tourism in Marine Environments 3 (2), 173-178, 2006
1842006
Survival rates for a declining population of bottlenose dolphins in Doubtful Sound, New Zealand: an information theoretic approach to assessing the role of human impacts
RJC Currey, SM Dawson, E Slooten, K Schneider, D Lusseau, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 19 (6), 658-670, 2009
1122009
An approach for regional threat assessment under IUCN Red List criteria that is robust to uncertainty: The Fiordland bottlenose dolphins are critically endangered
RJC Currey, SM Dawson, E Slooten
Biological Conservation 142 (8), 1570-1579, 2009
1012009
Conservation status of New Zealand marine mammals, 2013.
CS Baker, BL Chilvers, S Childerhouse, R Constantine, RJC Currey, ...
New Zealand Threat Classification Series 14, 18 pp, 2016
582016
Bycatch in gillnet fisheries threatens Critically Endangered small cetaceans and other aquatic megafauna
RL Brownell Jr, RR Reeves, AJ Read, BD Smith, PO Thomas, K Ralls, ...
Endangered Species Research 40, 285-296, 2019
562019
New abundance estimates suggest Doubtful Sound bottlenose dolphins are declining
RJC Currey, SM Dawson, E Slooten
Pacific Conservation Biology 13 (4), 274, 2007
492007
A risk assessment of threats to Maui's dolphins
RJC Currey, LJ Boren, BR Sharp, D Peterson
MPI and DOC, 2012
43*2012
Abundance and demography of bottlenose dolphins in Dusky Sound, New Zealand, inferred from dorsal fin photographs
RJC Currey, LE Rowe, SM Dawson, E Slooten
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 42 (4), 439-449, 2008
402008
Striped dolphins and short‐beaked common dolphins in the Gulf of Corinth, Greece: Abundance estimates from dorsal fin photographs
G Bearzi, S Bonizzoni, S Agazzi, J Gonzalvo, RJC Currey
Marine Mammal Science 27 (3), E165-E184, 2011
392011
Reproduction, birth seasonality, and calf survival of bottlenose dolphins in Doubtful Sound, New Zealand
SD Henderson, SM Dawson, RJC Currey, D Lusseau, K Schneider
Marine Mammal Science 30 (3), 1067–1080, 2014
382014
Assessment of epidermal condition and calf size of Fiordland bottlenose dolphin Tursiops truncatus populations using dorsal fin photographs and photogrammetry
LE Rowe, RJC Currey, SM Dawson, D Johnson
Endangered Species Research 11 (1), 83-89, 2010
282010
Inferring causal factors for a declining population of bottlenose dolphins via temporal symmetry capture–recapture modeling
RJC Currey, SM Dawson, K Schneider, D Lusseau, OJ Boisseau, ...
Marine Mammal Science 27 (3), 554-566, 2011
242011
Whaling permits: Japan's whaling is unscientific
AS Brierley, PJ Clapham, CS Baker, S Baulch, M Begoņa Santos, ...
Nature 529 (7586), 283-283, 2016
172016
Tursiops truncatus (Fiordland subpopulation)
RJC Currey, SM Dawson, E Slooten
IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, 2013
122013
Are the ‘resident’ dolphins of Doubtful Sound becoming less resident?
SD Henderson, SM Dawson, W Rayment, RJC Currey
Endangered Species Research 20 (2), 99–107, 2013
122013
Marine mammal conservation: over the horizon
SE Nelms, J Alfaro-Shigueto, JPY Arnould, IC Avila, SB Nash, E Campbell, ...
Endangered Species Research 44, 291-325, 2021
102021
Seasonal site fidelity and movement of type-C killer whales between Antarctica and New Zealand
R Eisert, E Ovsyanikova, I Visser, P Ensor, RJC Currey, B Sharp
International Whaling Commission Scientific Committee, 2015
92015
Conservation biology of bottlenose dolphins in Fiordland, New Zealand
RJC Currey
University of Otago, 2008
82008
Abundance and population structure of bottlenose dolphins in Doubtful and Dusky Sounds: population monitoring in summer 2007/2008
RJC Currey, LE Rowe
Department of Conservation, Southland Conservancy, 2008
72008
Abundance and population structure of bottlenose dolphins in Doubtful and Dusky Sounds
R Currey, L Rowe
Unpublished DOC Report, 2008
62008
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