As a man, Ken Norris was a nurturing, kind, and stimulating friend, and senior author Marten misses him deeply. As a scientist, Dr. Ken Norris was a guiding light in spinner dolphin research, and we would like to acknowledge him for his singular leadership, inspiration, and foresight. Besides his quest to reveal their rich and complex natural history, Ken sought to apply his understanding of nearshore spinners to “Help their offshore relatives,” the hundreds of thousands of open-ocean dolphins (including spinners) formerly killed annually in tuna seine sets. Authors Marten and Psarakos are proud to carry on Ken's tradition of pursuing the vital connection between science and conservation.
LONG-TERM SITE FIDELITY AND POSSIBLE LONG-TERM ASSOCIATIONS OF WILD SPINNER DOLPHINS (STENELLA LONGIROSTRIS) SEEN OFF OAHU, HAWAII1
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Marine Mammal Science
Volume 15, Issue 4, pages 1329–1336, October 1999
How to Cite
Marten, K. and Psarakos, S. (1999), LONG-TERM SITE FIDELITY AND POSSIBLE LONG-TERM ASSOCIATIONS OF WILD SPINNER DOLPHINS (STENELLA LONGIROSTRIS) SEEN OFF OAHU, HAWAII. Marine Mammal Science, 15: 1329–1336. doi: 10.1111/j.1748-7692.1999.tb00894.x
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- Version of Record online: 26 AUG 2006
- Received 6 March 1999. Accepted 21 May 1999.