Philippa Brakes
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Animal cultures matter for conservation
P Brakes, SRX Dall, LM Aplin, S Bearhop, EL Carroll, P Ciucci, V Fishlock, ...
Science 363 (6431), 1032-1034, 2019
A deepening understanding of animal culture suggests lessons for conservation
P Brakes, EL Carroll, SRX Dall, SA Keith, PK McGregor, SL Mesnick, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1949), 20202718, 2021
Dolphin assisted therapy: can you put your faith in DAT
P Brakes, C Williamson
Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society 21, 2007
Sustainable fisheries management and the welfare of bycaught and entangled cetaceans
SJ Dolman, P Brakes
Frontiers in Veterinary Science 5, 287, 2018
Whales and Dolphins: Cognition, culture, conservation and human perceptions
P Brakes, MP Simmonds
Routledge, 2013
A veterinary and behavioral analysis of dolphin killing methods currently used in the “drive hunt” in Taiji, Japan
A Butterworth, P Brakes, CS Vail, D Reiss
Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 16 (2), 184-204, 2013
Marine mammal behavior: a review of conservation implications
P Brakes, SRX Dall
Frontiers in Marine Science 3, 87, 2016
Sociality and wild animal welfare: Future directions
P Brakes
Frontiers in Veterinary Science 6, 62, 2019
Troubled waters: a review of the welfare implications of modern whaling activities
P Brakes
World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA), 2004
Potential welfare impacts of chase and capture of small cetaceans during drive hunts in Japan
CS Vail, D Reiss, P Brakes, A Butterworth
Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 23 (2), 193-208, 2020
Can you put your faith in DAT
P Brakes, C Williamson
A report for WDCS, the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society, 2007
Tail walking in a bottlenose dolphin community: the rise and fall of an arbitrary cultural ‘fad’
M Bossley, A Steiner, P Brakes, J Shrimpton, C Foster, L Rendell
Biology letters 14 (9), 20180314, 2018
Social change in cetacean populations resulting from human influences
P Brakes
Marine Mammal Welfare, 147-160, 2017
Investigating criteria for insensibility and death in stranded cetaceans in New Zealand
P Brakes, A Butterworth, M Donoghue
IWC/58/WKM&AWI 9, 2006
Conservation relevance of individuals and societies
P Brakes, L Rendell
Ethology and behavioral ecology of marine mammals: the evolving human factor …, 2022
Welfare issues associated with small toothed whale hunts: an example, the ‘drive hunt’in Taiji, Japan
A Butterworth, D Reiss, P Brakes, C Vail
Marine Mammal Welfare, 91-110, 2017
Thinking whales and dolphins
P Brakes, MP Simmonds
Whales and Dolphins, 235-242, 2013
Whales and dolphins on a rapidly changing planet
MP Simmonds, P Brakes
Whales and Dolphins, 197-206, 2013
Whaling and whale killing methods
CL Bass, P Brakes
Anim Welf 22, 109-111, 2013
The individual welfare concerns for small cetaceans from two bycatch mitigation techniques
SJ Dolman, CN Breen, P Brakes, A Butterworth, SJ Allen
Marine Policy 143, 105126, 2022
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