Lars Bejder
Lars Bejder
University of Hawaii, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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TitleCited byYear
Decline in relative abundance of bottlenose dolphins exposed to long‐term disturbance
L Bejder, AMY Samuels, HAL Whitehead, N Gales, J Mann, R Connor, ...
Conservation Biology 20 (6), 1791-1798, 2006
6262006
Cultural transmission of tool use in bottlenose dolphins
M Krützen, J Mann, MR Heithaus, RC Connor, L Bejder, WB Sherwin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (25), 8939-8943, 2005
5172005
A method for testing association patterns of social animals
L Bejder, D Fletcher, S Bräger
Animal behaviour 56 (3), 719-725, 1998
4171998
Interpreting short-term behavioural responses to disturbance within a longitudinal perspective
L Bejder, A Samuels, H Whitehead, N Gales
Animal behaviour 72 (5), 1149-1158, 2006
3172006
Impact assessment research: use and misuse of habituation, sensitisation and tolerance in describing wildlife responses to anthropogenic stimuli
L Bejder, A Samuels, H Whitehead, H Finn, S Allen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 395, 177-185, 2009
2942009
Responses by Hector's dolphins to boats and swimmers in Porpoise Bay, New Zealand
L Bejder, SM Dawson, JA Harraway
Marine Mammal Science 15 (3), 738-750, 1999
2941999
State‐dependent risk‐taking by green sea turtles mediates top‐down effects of tiger shark intimidation in a marine ecosystem
MR Heithaus, A Frid, AJ Wirsing, LM Dill, JW Fourqurean, D Burkholder, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 76 (5), 837-844, 2007
2472007
Vessel noise effects on delphinid communication
FH Jensen, L Bejder, M Wahlberg, NA Soto, M Johnson, PT Madsen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 395, 161-175, 2009
1882009
Social and genetic interactions drive fitness variation in a free-living dolphin population
CH Frère, M Krützen, J Mann, RC Connor, L Bejder, WB Sherwin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (46), 19949-19954, 2010
1732010
Synchrony, social behaviour and alliance affiliation in Indian Ocean bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops aduncus
RC Connor, R Smolker, L Bejder
Animal Behaviour 72 (6), 1371-1378, 2006
1722006
Evaluating the effects of nature-based tourism on cetaceans
L Bejder, A Samuels
Marine mammals: Fisheries, tourism and management issues 1, 229-256, 2003
1682003
The long-term consequences of short-term responses to disturbance experiences from whalewatching impact assessment
D Lusseau, L Bejder
International Journal of Comparative Psychology 20 (2), 2007
1602007
Underestimating the damage: interpreting cetacean carcass recoveries in the context of the Deepwater Horizon/BP incident
R Williams, S Gero, L Bejder, J Calambokidis, SD Kraus, D Lusseau, ...
Conservation Letters 4 (3), 228-233, 2011
1502011
Testing association patterns: issues arising and extensions
H Whitehead, L Bejder, CA Ottensmeyer
Animal Behaviour 69 (5), e1, 2005
1502005
Limbs in whales and limblessness in other vertebrates: mechanisms of evolutionary and developmental transformation and loss
L Bejder, BK Hall
Evolution & development 4 (6), 445-458, 2002
1272002
Chronic interaction between humans and free-ranging bottlenose dolphins near Panama City Beach, Florida
A Samuels, L Bejder
Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 6 (1), 69-77, 2004
1212004
Behaviourally specific preferred associations in bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops spp.
S Gero, L Bejder, H Whitehead, J Mann, RC Connor
Canadian Journal of Zoology 83 (12), 1566-1573, 2005
1182005
Use of the robust design to estimate seasonal abundance and demographic parameters of a coastal bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops aduncus) population
HC Smith, K Pollock, K Waples, S Bradley, L Bejder
PloS one 8 (10), e76574, 2013
98*2013
Home range overlap, matrilineal and biparental kinship drive female associations in bottlenose dolphins
CH Frère, M Krützen, J Mann, JJ Watson-Capps, YJ Tsai, EM Patterson, ...
Animal Behaviour 80 (3), 481-486, 2010
982010
Linking short and long-term effects of nature-based tourism on cetaceans.
L Bejder
Dalhousie University, 2005
952005
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