Sea lions of the world: proceedings of the symposium Sea Lions of the World: conservation and research in the 21st Century, September 30-October 3, 2004, Anchorage, Alaska, USA / editors: A.W. Trites et al.

Contributor(s): Trites, A.W | Atkinson, S.K | DeMaster, D.P | Fritz, L.W | Gelatt, T.S | Rea, L.D | Wynne, K.M | Alaska Sea Grant College Program | Sea Lions of the World: Conservation and Research in the 21st Century (2004 : Anchorage, Alaska).
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: University of Alaska Sea Grant College Program ; AK-SG-06-01; Lowell Wakefield fisheries symposia series ; 22nd.Publisher: Fairbanks, Alaska : Alaska Sea Grant College Program, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2006Description: ix, 653 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1566121051.Subject(s): SEA LIONS | SQUID FISHERIES | SUBANTARCTIC ISLANDS | BYCATCH | POPULATION DYNAMICS | POPULATION MODELSHoldings: GRETA POINT: 599.745.1 SEA Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
PART 1. PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGY -- Organochlorines in Steller Sea Lions (Eumetopias jubatus) from the Western North Pacific / Hiroshi Hoshino, Shouichi Fujita, Yoko Goto, Takeomi Isono, Tsuyoshi Ishinazaka, Vladimir N. Burkanov, and Yasunori Sakurai -- Female Attendance and Neonatal Pup Growth in Steller Sea Lions (Eumetopias jubatus) / Randall W. Davis , Elisif A.A. Brandon, Donald G. Calkins, and Thomas R. Loughlin -- Oxygen Stores of California Sea Lion Pups: Implications for Diving Ability / Carey E. Kuhn, David Aurioles-Gamboa, Michael J. Weise, and Daniel P. Costa -- Heavy Metal Distribution in Southern Sea Lions (Otaria flavescens) from Argentina / Marcela Gerpe, Diego Rodríguez, Jorge Moreno, Ricardo Bastida, and Julia Aizpún -- Chromium Cytotoxicity in Steller Sea Lion Lung, Skin, and Testes Cells / John Pierce Wise Sr., Caroline E.C. Goertz, Sandra S. Wise, Andrew T. Morin, J. Lawrence Dunn, Frances M.D. Gulland, Mary Bozza, Shannon Atkinson, and W. Douglas Thompson -- PART 2. FORAGING ECOLOGY -- Predictability of Prey Available to Steller Sea Lions in Southeastern Alaska / Scott M. Gende and Michael F. Sigler -- The Diet of Otaria flavescens in Chile: What Do We Know? L.A. Hückstädt and T. Antezana -- Potential Effects of Short-Term Prey Changes on Sea Lion Physiology / David A.S. Rosen, Dominic J. Tollit, Andrew W. Trites, and Arliss J. Winship -- Geographical Variation in Steller Sea Lion Prey Quality in Alaska / Lawrence Schaufler, Elizabeth Logerwell, and Johanna Vollenweider -- Relationship between Steller Sea Lion Diets and Fish Distributions in the Eastern North Pacific / Emma L. Bredesen, Andrea P. Coombs, and Andrew W. Trites -- Temporal Variation in Steller Sea Lion Diet at a Seasonal Haul-Out in Southeast Alaska / Jamie N. Womble and Michael F. Sigler -- Estimation of Seasonal Energy Content of Steller Sea Lion (Eumetopias jubatus) Diet / Johanna Vollenweider, Jamie Womble, and Ron Heintz -- Food Consumption by Sea Lions: Existing Data and Techniques / Arliss J. Winship, Andrea M.J. Hunter, David A.S. Rosen, and Andrew W. Trites -- Studying Diving Energetics of Trained Steller Sea Lions in the Open Ocean / Gordon D. Hastie, David A.S. Rosen, and Andrew W. Trites -- Using Simulations to Evaluate Reconstructions of Sea Lion Diet from Scat / Ruth Joy, Dominic J. Tollit, Jeffrey L. Laake, and Andrew W. Trites -- Steller Sea Lion Feeding Habits in the Russian Far East, 2000-2003 / Jason N. Waite and Vladimir N. Burkanov -- Techniques for Real-Time, Active Tracking of Sea Lions / Mary-Anne Lea and Ben Wilson -- Three-Dimensional Diving Behavior of a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) / Gabriele Müller, Rory P. Wilson, Flavio Quintana, and Claudio Campagna -- Nearshore Fish Assemblages in the Vicinity of Two Steller Sea Lion Haul-Outs in Southeastern Alaska / John F. Thedinga, Scott W. Johnson, and David J. Csepp -- Movements of a Juvenile Southern Sea Lion in La Plata River Estuary (Argentina-Uruguay) / Diego Rodríguez, Ricardo Bastida, Donald G. Calkins, and Randall W. Davis -- Estimating Diet Composition in Sea Lions: Which Technique to Choose? / Dominic Tollit, Susan Heaslip, Bruce Deagle, Sara Iverson, Ruth Joy, David Rosen, and Andrew W. Trites -- Sea Lions in Drag, Fur Seals Incognito: Insights from the Otariid Deviants / J.P.Y. Arnould and D.P. Costa -- PART 3. POPULATION ECOLOGY AND DYNAMICS -- Trends in Abundance of Australian Sea Lions, Neophoca cinerea, at Seal Bay, Kangaroo Island, South Australia / Peter D. Shaughnessy, Rebecca R. McIntosh, Simon D. Goldsworthy, Terry E. Dennis, and Mel Berris -- Mark-Recapture Estimates of Pup Production for the Australian Sea Lion (Neophoca cinerea) at Seal Bay Conservation Park, South Australia / Rebecca R. McIntosh, Peter D. Shaughnessy, and Simon D. Goldsworthy -- Population Status and Trends of the California Sea Lion (Zalophus californianus californianus) in the Gulf of California, Mexico / Diana Szteren, David Aurioles, and Leah R. Gerber -- Klebsiella pneumoniae Epidemics: Possible Impact on New Zealand Sea Lion recruitment / Ian S. Wilkinson, Pádraig J. Duignan, Aurelie Castinel, Alex Grinberg, B. Louise Chilvers, and Bruce C. Robertson -- Modeling Spatial Dynamics of Steller Sea Lions (Eumetopias jubatus) Using Maximum Likelihood and Bayesian Methods: Evaluating Causes for Population Decline / Gavin Fay and André E. Punt -- Can Experimental Manipulation Be Used to Determine the Cause of the Decline of Western Stock of Steller Sea Lions (Eumetopias jubatus)? / André E. Punt and Gavin Fay -- PART 4. CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT -- Conservation Management Issues and Status of the New Zealand (Phocarctos hookeri) and Australian (Neophoca cinerea) Sea Lion / R.A. Campbell, B.L. Chilvers, S. Childerhouse, and N.J. Gales -- An Integrated Bayesian Evaluation of Hooker’s Sea Lion Bycatch Limits / P.A. Breen and S.W. Kim -- Status and Conservation of Otariids in Ecuador and the Galápagos Islands / Juan Jose Alava and Sandie Salazar -- Uncertain Management or Management of Uncertainty: Steller Sea Lion—a Case Study / Robert J. Small and Douglas P. DeMaster -- Avoidance of Artificial Stimuli by the Steller Sea Lion / Kohji Iida, Tae-Geon Park, Tohru Mukai, and Shoji Kotani -- Characteristics of Vocalizations in Steller Sea Lions / Tae-Geon Park, Kohji Iida, and Tohru Mukai -- Organochlorines in Walleye Pollock from the Bering Sea and Southeastern Alaska / Ron Heintz, Margaret M. Krahn, G.M. Ylitalo, and Frank Morado -- A Review of the Potential Effects of Disturbance on Sea Lions: Assessing Response and Recovery / Laura Kucey and Andrew W. Trites / Southern Sea Lions and Artisanal Fisheries in Piriápolis, Uruguay: Interactions in 1997, 2001, and 2002 / Diana Szteren and Cecilia Lezama -- PART 5. ROUNDTABLES -- Telemetry Instruments and Analysis -- Telemetry Attachment Techniques -- Quantifying Predation on Sea Lions: Identifying Key Parameters and Data Needs -- Assessing the Diets of Sea Lions: Current Techniques and Future Challenges -- Participants -- Index.
Summary: Changes in the abundance of sea lions worldwide is a concern to fisheries and conservation groups, in part because fisheries are feared to threaten sea lions and sea lions are feared to threaten fisheries. The September 2004 symposium, "Sea Lions of the World," brought sea lion researchers together in Anchorage, Alaska. This proceedings book contributes to understanding why sea lion populations fluctuate, including Alaska's Steller sea lions. Interspecies comparisons shed light on why some populations decline while others increase, and insights are gained on whether trends in the abundance of sea lions are related to fishing activities through food dependencies or through conservation measures. Authors also discuss parasites, contaminants, nutrition, pup survival, foraging, wintering, historical fluctuations, and other topics.
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PART 1. PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGY -- Organochlorines in Steller Sea Lions (Eumetopias jubatus) from the Western North Pacific / Hiroshi Hoshino, Shouichi Fujita, Yoko Goto, Takeomi Isono, Tsuyoshi Ishinazaka, Vladimir N. Burkanov, and Yasunori Sakurai -- Female Attendance and Neonatal Pup Growth in Steller Sea Lions (Eumetopias jubatus) / Randall W. Davis , Elisif A.A. Brandon, Donald G. Calkins, and Thomas R. Loughlin -- Oxygen Stores of California Sea Lion Pups: Implications for Diving Ability / Carey E. Kuhn, David Aurioles-Gamboa, Michael J. Weise, and Daniel P. Costa -- Heavy Metal Distribution in Southern Sea Lions (Otaria flavescens) from Argentina / Marcela Gerpe, Diego Rodríguez, Jorge Moreno, Ricardo Bastida, and Julia Aizpún -- Chromium Cytotoxicity in Steller Sea Lion Lung, Skin, and Testes Cells / John Pierce Wise Sr., Caroline E.C. Goertz, Sandra S. Wise, Andrew T. Morin, J. Lawrence Dunn, Frances M.D. Gulland, Mary Bozza, Shannon Atkinson, and W. Douglas Thompson -- PART 2. FORAGING ECOLOGY -- Predictability of Prey Available to Steller Sea Lions in Southeastern Alaska / Scott M. Gende and Michael F. Sigler -- The Diet of Otaria flavescens in Chile: What Do We Know? L.A. Hückstädt and T. Antezana -- Potential Effects of Short-Term Prey Changes on Sea Lion Physiology / David A.S. Rosen, Dominic J. Tollit, Andrew W. Trites, and Arliss J. Winship -- Geographical Variation in Steller Sea Lion Prey Quality in Alaska / Lawrence Schaufler, Elizabeth Logerwell, and Johanna Vollenweider -- Relationship between Steller Sea Lion Diets and Fish Distributions in the Eastern North Pacific / Emma L. Bredesen, Andrea P. Coombs, and Andrew W. Trites -- Temporal Variation in Steller Sea Lion Diet at a Seasonal Haul-Out in Southeast Alaska / Jamie N. Womble and Michael F. Sigler -- Estimation of Seasonal Energy Content of Steller Sea Lion (Eumetopias jubatus) Diet / Johanna Vollenweider, Jamie Womble, and Ron Heintz -- Food Consumption by Sea Lions: Existing Data and Techniques / Arliss J. Winship, Andrea M.J. Hunter, David A.S. Rosen, and Andrew W. Trites -- Studying Diving Energetics of Trained Steller Sea Lions in the Open Ocean / Gordon D. Hastie, David A.S. Rosen, and Andrew W. Trites -- Using Simulations to Evaluate Reconstructions of Sea Lion Diet from Scat / Ruth Joy, Dominic J. Tollit, Jeffrey L. Laake, and Andrew W. Trites -- Steller Sea Lion Feeding Habits in the Russian Far East, 2000-2003 / Jason N. Waite and Vladimir N. Burkanov --
Techniques for Real-Time, Active Tracking of Sea Lions / Mary-Anne Lea and Ben Wilson -- Three-Dimensional Diving Behavior of a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) / Gabriele Müller, Rory P. Wilson, Flavio Quintana, and Claudio Campagna -- Nearshore Fish Assemblages in the Vicinity of Two Steller Sea Lion Haul-Outs in Southeastern Alaska / John F. Thedinga, Scott W. Johnson, and David J. Csepp -- Movements of a Juvenile Southern Sea Lion in La Plata River Estuary (Argentina-Uruguay) / Diego Rodríguez, Ricardo Bastida, Donald G. Calkins, and Randall W. Davis -- Estimating Diet Composition in Sea Lions: Which Technique to Choose? / Dominic Tollit, Susan Heaslip, Bruce Deagle, Sara Iverson, Ruth Joy, David Rosen, and Andrew W. Trites -- Sea Lions in Drag, Fur Seals Incognito: Insights from the Otariid Deviants / J.P.Y. Arnould and D.P. Costa -- PART 3. POPULATION ECOLOGY AND DYNAMICS -- Trends in Abundance of Australian Sea Lions, Neophoca cinerea, at Seal Bay, Kangaroo Island, South Australia / Peter D. Shaughnessy, Rebecca R. McIntosh, Simon D. Goldsworthy, Terry E. Dennis, and Mel Berris -- Mark-Recapture Estimates of Pup Production for the Australian Sea Lion (Neophoca cinerea) at Seal Bay Conservation Park, South Australia / Rebecca R. McIntosh, Peter D. Shaughnessy, and Simon D. Goldsworthy -- Population Status and Trends of the California Sea Lion (Zalophus californianus californianus) in the Gulf of California, Mexico / Diana Szteren, David Aurioles, and Leah R. Gerber -- Klebsiella pneumoniae Epidemics: Possible Impact on New Zealand Sea Lion recruitment / Ian S. Wilkinson, Pádraig J. Duignan, Aurelie Castinel, Alex Grinberg, B. Louise Chilvers, and Bruce C. Robertson -- Modeling Spatial Dynamics of Steller Sea Lions (Eumetopias jubatus) Using Maximum Likelihood and Bayesian Methods: Evaluating Causes for Population Decline / Gavin Fay and André E. Punt -- Can Experimental Manipulation Be Used to Determine the Cause of the Decline of Western Stock of Steller Sea Lions (Eumetopias jubatus)? / André E. Punt and Gavin Fay -- PART 4. CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT -- Conservation Management Issues and Status of the New Zealand (Phocarctos hookeri) and Australian (Neophoca cinerea) Sea Lion / R.A. Campbell, B.L. Chilvers, S. Childerhouse, and N.J. Gales -- An Integrated Bayesian Evaluation of Hooker’s Sea Lion Bycatch Limits / P.A. Breen and S.W. Kim -- Status and Conservation of Otariids in Ecuador and the Galápagos Islands / Juan Jose Alava and Sandie Salazar -- Uncertain Management or Management of Uncertainty: Steller Sea Lion—a Case Study / Robert J. Small and Douglas P. DeMaster -- Avoidance of Artificial Stimuli by the Steller Sea Lion / Kohji Iida, Tae-Geon Park, Tohru Mukai, and Shoji Kotani -- Characteristics of Vocalizations in Steller Sea Lions / Tae-Geon Park, Kohji Iida, and Tohru Mukai -- Organochlorines in Walleye Pollock from the Bering Sea and Southeastern Alaska / Ron Heintz, Margaret M. Krahn, G.M. Ylitalo, and Frank Morado -- A Review of the Potential Effects of Disturbance on Sea Lions: Assessing Response and Recovery / Laura Kucey and Andrew W. Trites / Southern Sea Lions and Artisanal Fisheries in Piriápolis, Uruguay: Interactions in 1997, 2001, and 2002 / Diana Szteren and Cecilia Lezama -- PART 5. ROUNDTABLES -- Telemetry Instruments and Analysis -- Telemetry Attachment Techniques -- Quantifying Predation on Sea Lions: Identifying Key Parameters and Data Needs -- Assessing the Diets of Sea Lions: Current Techniques and Future Challenges -- Participants -- Index.

Changes in the abundance of sea lions worldwide is a concern to fisheries and conservation groups, in part because fisheries are feared to threaten sea lions and sea lions are feared to threaten fisheries. The September 2004 symposium, "Sea Lions of the World," brought sea lion researchers together in Anchorage, Alaska. This proceedings book contributes to understanding why sea lion populations fluctuate, including Alaska's Steller sea lions. Interspecies comparisons shed light on why some populations decline while others increase, and insights are gained on whether trends in the abundance of sea lions are related to fishing activities through food dependencies or through conservation measures. Authors also discuss parasites, contaminants, nutrition, pup survival, foraging, wintering, historical fluctuations, and other topics.

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