C. hectori: A Study of Dolphin Stress & Boat Preference -Non-invasive Research

Behavioural Responses of Hectors Dolphin to Boat Interactionsas Determined using Non-Invasive Theodolite Technology & Boat-Based Observation Methods (Sprache: Englisch)
 
 
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Cetaceans are reported to respond to stress by displaying vertical avoidance behaviour, increasing dive duration, changing swimming direction and increasing swimming velocity. Dolphin groups are also reported to become more compact with erratic swimming...
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Cetaceans are reported to respond to stress by displaying vertical avoidance behaviour, increasing dive duration, changing swimming direction and increasing swimming velocity. Dolphin groups are also reported to become more compact with erratic swimming...

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