William Rayment
William Rayment
Department of Marine Science, University of Otago
Verified email at otago.ac.nz
TitleCited byYear
First evidence that marine protected areas can work for marine mammals
AM Gormley, E Slooten, S Dawson, RJ Barker, W Rayment, S du Fresne, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (2), 474-480, 2012
1122012
Recommendations for photo‐identification methods used in capture‐recapture models with cetaceans
K Urian, A Gorgone, A Read, B Balmer, RS Wells, P Berggren, J Durban, ...
Marine Mammal Science 31 (1), 298-321, 2015
1002015
Kernel density estimates of alongshore home range of Hector's dolphins at Banks Peninsula, New Zealand
W Rayment, S Dawson, E Slooten, S Bräger, SD Fresne, T Webster
Marine Mammal Science 25 (3), 537-556, 2009
892009
A new abundance estimate for Maui’s dolphin: what does it mean for managing this critically endangered species?
E Slooten, S Dawson, W Rayment, S Childerhouse
Biological Conservation 128 (4), 576-581, 2006
842006
Aerial surveys for coastal dolphins: abundance of Hector's dolphins off the South Island west coast, New Zealand
E Slooten, SM Dawson, WJ Rayment
Marine Mammal Science 20 (3), 477-490, 2004
812004
Seasonal changes in distribution of Hector's dolphin at Banks Peninsula, New Zealand: implications for protected area design
W Rayment, S Dawson, E Slooten
Aquatic conservation marine and freshwater ecosystems, 2010
622010
Reestablishment of former wintering grounds by New Zealand southern right whales
EL Carroll, WJ Rayment, AM Alexander, CS Baker, NJ Patenaude, ...
Marine Mammal Science 30 (1), 206-220, 2014
452014
Offshore distribution of Hector's dolphins at Banks Peninsula, New Zealand: is the Banks Peninsula Marine Mammal sanctuary large enough?
E Slooten, W Rayment, S Dawson
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 40 (2), 333-343, 2006
402006
Listening for a needle in a haystack: passive acoustic detection of dolphins at very low densities
W Rayment, S Dawson, S Scali, L Slooten
Endangered Species Research 14 (2), 149-156, 2011
262011
Quantifying abundance of Hector's dolphins between Farewell Spit and Milford Sound
E Slooten, S Dawson, W Rayment
Department of Conservation, 2002
252002
Use of T-PODs for acoustic monitoring of Cephalorhynchus dolphins: a case study with Hector’s dolphins in a marine protected area
W Rayment, S Dawson, L Slooten
Endangered Species Research 10, 333-339, 2009
242009
Effects of boats on the surface and acoustic behaviour of an endangered population of bottlenose dolphins
M Guerra, SM Dawson, TE Brough, WJ Rayment
Endangered Species Research 24 (3), 221-236, 2014
232014
Distribution of Hector's dolphin (Cephalorhynchus hectori) off the west coast, South Island, New Zealand, with implications for the management of bycatch
W Rayment, D Clement, S Dawson, E Slooten, E Secchi
Marine Mammal Science 27 (2), 398-420, 2011
232011
Trialling an automated passive acoustic detector (T-POD) with Hector's dolphins (Cephalorhynchus hectori)
W Rayment, S Dawson, L Slooten
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 89 (5 …, 2009
232009
Breeding status affects fine‐scale habitat selection of southern right whales on their wintering grounds
W Rayment, S Dawson, T Webster
Journal of Biogeography 42 (3), 463-474, 2015
212015
Distribution of Maui’s dolphin, Cephalorhynchus hectori maui
E Slooten, SM Dawson, WJ Rayment, SJ Childerhouse
New Zealand Fisheries Assessment Report 28, 21, 2005
182005
Distribution of southern right whales on the Auckland Islands calving grounds
W Rayment, A Davidson, S Dawson, E Slooten, T Webster
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 46 (3), 431-436, 2012
172012
Relative importance of parental diet versus larval nutrition on development and phenotypic plasticity of Pseudechinus huttoni larvae (Echinodermata: Echinoidea)
H Poorbagher, M Lamare, M Barker, W Rayment
Marine Biology Research 6 (3), 302-314, 2010
172010
Observations of Hector's dolphins (Cephalorhynchus hectori) associating with inshore fishing trawlers at Banks Peninsula, New Zealand
W RaymeNT, TR WebSTeR
Taylor & Francis Group 43 (4), 911-916, 2009
172009
Diverse foraging strategies by a marine top predator: Sperm whales exploit pelagic and demersal habitats in the Kaikōura submarine canyon
M Guerra, L Hickmott, J Van der Hoop, W Rayment, E Leunissen, ...
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 128, 98-108, 2017
102017
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