Scientific Publications and Presentations

Download a selection of the presentations and posters below via Research Gate profile.
Andrea Jacqueline Garcia Chavez presenting our early work at the Society for Marine Mammalogy Conference in 2015.
Audley, K. Salvados por las ballenas: Cultivar un espiritu de conservación a través de ciencia ciudadana y educación en los municipios de Petatlán y Zihuatanejo, Guerrero. 2nd Seminario Internacional de Turismo Comunitario Sustentable: Desarrollo y Desafíos, Caleta Chañaral de Aceituna, Chile, December 2016

 

Audley, K., et al. Cataloging Data of Entangled Humpback Whales in Northeast Pacific Wintering Areas 2014-2016. NOAA Report. December 2016.

 

Audley, K., Saved by the whales: A collaborative approach to marine conservation through research, education and capacity building in Guerrero, Mexico. 4th International Conference on Marine Mammal Protected Areas. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. November 2016

 

Audley, K. Cultivating an ethos of marine stewardship through citizen science and educational outreach in the municipalities of Petatlan and Zihuatanejo, Guerrero. Presented at Society for Mexican Marine Mammalogy Conference, La Paz, Baja California Sur, May 2016.

 

Dobson, E., J. Calambokidis, A. Kaulfuss, J. de Weerdt , V. Pouey-Santalou, A. Garcia Chavez, K.Audley. Migratory destinations of humpbacks from Guerrero in Southwest Mexico reveal extension of Central American breeding grounds. Presented at Society for Marine Mammalogy Biennial Conference. San Francisco, California. December 2015.

 

García Chávez, A.J., et al. Marine Mammal Monitoring in the Southwest Pacific State of Guerrero, Mexico. To be presented at Society for Marine Mammalogy Biennial Conference. Halifax, Nova Scotia. October 2017.

 

Garcia Chavez, A. J., T. Hanks, A. Mellín, , C. Auladell Quintana,C., P. Chevallard Navarro, V. Pouey-Santalou, V., J. de Weerdt, A. Kaulfuss, M.Smultea, K.Audley. First systematic humpback whale studies in the vulnerable state of Guerrero, southwest Mexico.  Presented at Society for Mexican Marine Mammalogy Conference, La Paz, Baja California Sur, May 2016.

 

IWC. 2017. Progress Report on Cetacean Research in Mexico for the Calendar Year 2016. Paper Romania presented to the IWC Scientific Committee, May 2017(unpublished).

 

Meléndez Herrada, A, et al. Biodiversidad de Barra de Potosí, Guerrero, México. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. Num. 123. Serie Académicos. 2015.

 

National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Commerce. Endangered and Threatened Species; Identification of 14 Distinct Population Segments of the Humpback Whale (Megapteranovaeangliae) and Revision of Species-Wide Listing. Federal Register. September 8, 2016.

 

National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). 2017. 2016 Whale Entanglements off the West Coast of the United States. Fact Sheet.

 

Pouey Santalou, V., Site fidelity and association patterns in rough toothed dolphins in the Southwest Pacific state of Guerrero, Mexico. To be presented at Society for Marine Mammalogy Biennial Conference. Halifax, Nova Scotia. October 2017.

 

Pouey-Santalou, V., Kaulfuss, A., de Weerdt, J., Garcia Chavez, A.J., Smultea, M., Audley, K. Preliminary evidence suggesting habitat partitioning among bottlenose, pantropical spotted and rough-toothed dolphins off undescribed Guerrero,southwestern Mexico: winters 2014-2015. Presented at Society for Marine Mammalogy Conference, San Francisco, California, December 2015.

 

Ramos, Eric A., et al. Lobomycosis-like disease in common bottlenose dolphins Tursiopstruncatus from Belize and Guerrero, Mexico: bridging the gap between the Americas. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. Under review. June 26, 2017.

 

Steiger, G., et al. Migratory destinations of humpback whales that feed along the US West Coast: implications for management under the newly recognized Distinct Population Segments. To be presented at Society for Marine Mammalogy Biennial Conference. Halifax, Nova Scotia. October 2017.