This acoustic–optical survey method provides data that are vital for the assessment of fish species in ecosystems which are difficult, or impossible for certain species, to survey with existing methods.
To understand environmental factors influencing Hawaiian monk seal exposure to Toxoplasma gondii, we examined monk seal strandings from toxoplasmosis in relationship to location and rainfall patterns throughout the main Hawaiian Islands.
In this study, we investigate the statistical relationships between past ENSO conditions and equatorial fisheries using the Multivariate ENSO Index, sea surface temperature (SST), and catch and effort records from the longline fisheries in the region.
This study investigates using clicks for species and population identification by characterizing the spectral structure of Risso's dolphin echolocation clicks recorded over wide-ranging geographic regions.
We use acoustic recordings collected over broad time and space scales to investigate whether global variability in echolocation frequency could make clear population structure in Blainville's beaked whale.
To better understand the dimensions of fisheries that are often unseen under dominant approaches to studying fisheries, we conducted semistructured interviews with 28 women and fa'afafine in American Samoa.
Exploring the use of six maturity classification criteria based on a functionally mature or physiologically mature designation characteristics of E. coruscans combined with seasonality and inclusion of additional reproductive phases.