Gregory Stone
Gregory Stone
College of Atlantic, Conservation,
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An index to assess the health and benefits of the global ocean
BS Halpern, C Longo, D Hardy, KL McLeod, JF Samhouri, SK Katona, ...
Nature 488 (7413), 615-620, 2012
Southern Hemisphere humpback whales wintering off Central America: insights from water temperature into the longest mammalian migration
K Rasmussen, DM Palacios, J Calambokidis, MT Saborío, L Dalla Rosa, ...
Biology letters 3 (3), 302-305, 2007
A Worldwide Perspective on the Population Structure and Genetic Diversity of Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in New Zealand
G Tezanos-Pinto, CS Baker, K Russell, K Martien, RW Baird, A Hutt, ...
Journal of Heredity 100 (1), 11-24, 2009
Population composition of humpback whales, Megaptera novaeangliae, on Silver Bank, 1984
DK Mattila, PJ Clapham, SK Katona, GS Stone
Canadian Journal of Zoology 67 (2), 281-285, 1989
Site fidelity and along-shore range in Hector's dolphin, an endangered marine dolphin from New Zealand
S Bräger, SM Dawson, E Slooten, S Smith, GS Stone, A Yoshinaga
Biological Conservation 108 (3), 281-287, 2002
Migration and calving of right whales (Eubalaena glacialis) in the western North Atlantic
SD Kraus, JH Prescott, AR Knowlton, GS Stone
Rep. int. Whal. Commn, 139-44, 1986
Feeding at a high pitch: Source parameters of narrow band, high-frequency clicks from echolocating off-shore hourglass dolphins and coastal Hector’s dolphins
LA Kyhn, J Tougaard, F Jensen, M Wahlberg, G Stone, A Yoshinaga, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125 (3), 1783-1791, 2009
Hector's dolphin Cephalorhynchus hectori calf mortalities may indicate new risks from boat traffic and habituation
GS Stone, A Yoshinaga
Pacific Conservation Biology 6 (2), 162-170, 2000
Respiration and surfacing rates of fin whales (Balaenoptera physalus) observed from a lighthouse tower
GS Stone, SK Katona, A Mainwaring, JM Allen, HD Corbett
Report of the International Whaling Commission 42 (739-745), 1992
Behavior of southern right whales, Eubalaena australis, feeding on the Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba.
WM Hamner, GS Stone, BS Obst
Fishery Bulletin 86 (1), 143-150, 1988
History, migration and present status of humpback whales Megaptera novaeangliae at Bermuda
GS Stone, SK Katona, EB Tucker
Biological Conservation 42 (2), 133-145, 1987
Report of the workshop on interactions between cetaceans and longline fisheries
M Donoghue, RR Reeves, GS Stone
Apia, Samoa: November, 03-1, 2002
Note on a deep humpback whale Megaptera novaeangliae dive near Bermuda
PK Hamilton, GS Stone, SM Martin
Bulletin of Marine Science 61 (2), 491-494, 1997
Reducing by-catch: Can acoustic pingers keep Hector's dolphins out of fishing nets?
G Stone, S Kraus, A Hutt, S Martin
Marine Technology Society. Marine Technology Society Journal 31 (2), 3, 1997
Humpback whales Megaptera novaeangliae and southern right whales Eubalaena australis in Gerlache Strait, Antarctica
GS Stone, WM Hamner
Polar Record 24 (148), 15-20, 1988
Observations of interactions between Hector's dolphins (Cephalorhynchus hectori), boats and people at Akaroa Harbour, New Zealand.
C Nichols, G Stone, A Hutt, J Brown, A Yoshinaga
Science for Conservation, 2001
Significant aggregations of endangered right whale, Eubalaena glacialis, on the continental shelf of Nova Scotia.
GS Stone, SD Kraus, JH Prescott, KW Hazard
Canadian field-naturalist. Ottawa ON 102 (3), 471-474, 1988
Seamount biodiversity, exploitation and conservation
GS Stone, LP Madin, K Stocks, G Hovermale, P Hoagland, M Schumacher, ...
Defying Ocean’s End: An Agenda for Action 43, 44, 2004
A new noninvasive tagging method for studying wild dolphins
G Stone, J Goodyear, A Hutt, A Yoshinaga
Marine Technology Society Journal 28 (1), 11-16, 1994
Confirmed expression of MHC class I and class II genes in the New Zealand endemic Hector's dolphin (Cephalorhynchus hectori)
D Heimeier, CS Baker, K Russell, PJ Duignan, A Hutt, GS Stone
Marine Mammal Science 25 (1), 68-90, 2009
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