[MARMAM] request for academic works re marine mammals

Michael Lueck michael.lueck at aut.ac.nz
Wed Mar 25 19:46:46 PDT 2020


Kia Ora MARMAMers

we are trying to do the impossible, and compile an annotated bibliography on human interactions with cetaceans. We have already published such bibliographies on birdwatching, turtles/tortoises and elasmobranchs (see link below), but the body of literature on cetaceans is significantly larger, and almost impossible to locate in its entirety. Thus, we are asking for your help: If you have published (or have lists of) any academic work on this, please feel free to email us the details at dotterelpublishing at gmail.com

What we are looking for:

  *   Any academic work on whale/dolphin/porpoise watching/swimming (tourism/recreation/leisure). Papers on captivity will be included, as long as they relate to tourism/recreation/leisure.
  *   Academic works in this context = journal articles, books, book chapters, dissertations & theses, conference presentations, (some) reports...
  *   pdf/word files, or full citations (ideally with DOI or web link in) in the body of the email or as attachments

What we are NOT looking for:

  *   General media and websites, non-academic books (such as ww guides, children's books, etc.)
  *   Works animal welfare not related to tourism/recreation/leisure, etc.
  *   Other work on cetaceans (population estimates, pollution and its impacts, non-tourism/recreation vessel impacts, etc): In this case, "human interactions" does not include other activities, such as fishing, hunting, bycatch, etc.

Any help is much appreciated! We will make the final work available free of charge, as we have done with the other bibliographies: https://dotterelpublishing.com/shop/

We are also in the final stages of an annotated bibliography on human interactions with seals, sea lions and walruses, and on one on human interactions with bears (in some jurisdictions polar bears are classified as "marine mammals"), so if you have any material related to those, we'd welcome these as well (same "rules", same email address).

Many thanks!

Be kind, stay safe, break the chain!
Aroha nui
micha


Professor Michael Lück
School of Hospitality and Tourism | Faculty of Culture and Society | AUT University | Private Bag 92006 | Auckland | New Zealand
e-mail: mlueck at aut.ac.nz | Phone: +64 9-921-9999 ext. 5833 | Fax: +64 9-921 9962


Adjunct Professor

Sustainability Research Centre<https://www.usc.edu.au/research-and-innovation/sustainability-and-environment/sustainability-research-centre>, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia

Associate Director, New Zealand Tourism Research Institute NZTRI
<http://www.tri.org.nz>Co-chair, International Coastal & Marine Tourism Society (ICMTS)<http://www.coastalmarinetourism.org/>
Member, International Competence Network for Tourism Research and Education (ICNT)
<http://icnt.weebly.com/index.html>Member, Institute for Tourism Research<http://www.hs-harz.de>, University for Applied Sciences Harz, Germany

Editor-in-Chief: Tourism in Marine Environments<https://time.scholasticahq.com/>
Associate Editor: Journal of Ecotourism <http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/reco20/current#.Up-dvY2yz64>
Editorial Board: Marine Policy<http://www.journals.elsevier.com/marine-policy/>


Pagel, C. D., & Lück, M. (2020). Human interactions with sharks, rays & skates: An annotated bibliography. Auckland, Dotterel Publishing. Free download here<https://dotterelpublishing.files.wordpress.com/2020/03/annotated-bibliography-elasmobranchs-pdf.pdf>
Black, C., & Lück, M. (2020). Human interactions with turtles & tortoises: An annotated bibliography. Auckland, Dotterel Publishing. Free download here<https://dotterelpublishing.files.wordpress.com/2020/01/annotated-bibliography-turtle-watching_final_pdf-2.pdf>
Lück, M. Porter, B. A., & Elmahdy, Y. M. (2019). Birdwatching: An annotated bibliography. Auckland, Dotterel Publishing. Free download here<https://dotterelpublishing.files.wordpress.com/2019/10/annotated-bibliography-birdwatching.pdf>
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