cola cachalote. Foto: Natacha Aguilar. ULL

Publicaciones de interés (colisiones)

Publicaciones sobre colisiones entre cetáceos y embarcaciones

  • Aguilar, N., Carrillo, M., Delgado, I., Díaz, F. & Brito, A. 2000. Fast ferries impact on cetaceans in the Canary Islands: collisions and displacement. Proc. 14th Ann. Conf. European Cetacean Society, Cork, Ireland.
  • Aguilar de Soto N., Díaz F., Carrillo M., Brito A., Barquín J., Alayón P., Falcón J. and González G. 2001. Evidence of disturbance of protected cetacean populations in the Canary Islands. IWC. SC/53/WW1. London. Ver artículo aquí.
  • Arbelo M.A. 2007. Patología y causas de la muerte de los cetáceos varados en las Islas Canarias. PhD thesis, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain.
  • Carrillo, M., Ritter, F. 2010. Increasing numbers of ship strikes in the Canary Islands: proposals for immediate action to reduce risk of vessel-whale collisions. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 11, 131-138
  • Carrillo, M & Tejedor, M. 2006. Marine traffic and the conservation of sperm whale Physeter macrocephalus populations in Canary Islands. Cetacean Stranded Canarian Net 1980–2004. 20th annual conference of the European Cetacean Society. Gdynia, Poland.
  • Carrillo, M & Ritter, F. 2008. Increasing numbers of ship strikes in the canary islands: proposals for immediate action to reduce risk of vessel-whale collisions. IWC Scientific Committee. SC/60/BC6.
  • Constantine, R., Johnson, M., Riekkola, L., Jervis, S., Kozmian-Ledwards, L., Todd, D., Torres, L. Aguilar de Soto, N. Sharing the waters: a comprehensive approach to mitigate vessel-strike mortality of endangered Bryde´s whales in the Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand. Submitted to Conservation Biology
  • De Stephanis R. and Urquiola, E. 2006. Collisions between ships and cetaceans in Spain. Int. Whal. Commn. Scientific Committee SC/58/BC5. Gobierno de Canarias 2009.
  • Fais, A., Lewis, T., Alvarez, O., Aguilar de Soto, N.   (2013) Are ship strikes sustainable for sperm whales in the Canary Islands?. Acoustic detection conference. University of St. Andrews. Ver el poster aqui
  • Fais, A., Lewis, T., Zitterbart, D., Alvarez, O., Aguilar de Soto, N.   Are ship strikes sustainable for sperm whales in the Canary Islands? En preparación para Biological Conservation.
  • IWC-ACCOBAMS. Workshop on reducing risk of collisions between vessels and cetaceans. Beaulieu sur Mer, 21-24 September.2010
  • IWC/61/cc16-(sp). Activities on cetaceans carried out by the Canary Islands Government in 2008 and review of historic data records of cetaceans and ship strike in the Canary Islands
  • Laist, D., Knowlton A., Mead, J., Collet, A., Podesta, M. 2001. Collisions between ships and whales. Marine Mammal Science, 17(1):35–75.
  • Tejedor, A., Sagarminaga, R., Canadas, A., De Stepanis, R. & Pantoja, J. 2007 Modifications of Maritime Traffic off southern Spain. Int. Whal.Comm. Document SC/59/BC 13.
  • Tregenza, N, Aguilar, N., Carrillo, M., Delgado, I., Díaz, F, Brito, A. and Martin, V. 2000. Potential Impact of fast ferries on whale populations a simple model with examples from the Canary Islands. European Research on Cetaceans, 2000. 14:195-197.
  • Tregenza, N., Aguilar, N., Carrillo, M., Delgado, I., and Diaz, F. 2002 Collisions between fast ferries and whales in the Canary Islands: observational data and theoretical limits. IWC Scientific Committee. SC/54/BC4 7pp.,
  • Van Waerebeek, K. and Leaper, R. (compilers) 2007. Report from the IWC Vessel Strike Data Standardization Group. Document SC/59/BC12.

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