Research Interests: Mammalian Bioacoustics, Evolution & Phylogenetics, Behavioral Ecology & Conservation Biology




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Ph.D. Laura Johanna May-Collado





Email: lmaycollado@gmail.com or lmaycoll@uvm.edu

Websites: http://www.lauramay-collado.com/ and panacetacea.org

Home address: 36 Iris Lane, South Burlington, VT 05403; Phone: (802) 999-8558

Current Positions

Postdoctoral Research Associate at Department of Biology, University of Vermont 109 Carrigan Drive, Burlington, VT 05405; Phone: (802) 656-8646

Co-Founder of Panacetacea 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, 376 Ramsey Street

Saint Paul, MN 55102


Research Interests: Mammalian Bioacoustics, Evolution & Phylogenetics, Behavioral Ecology & Conservation Biology.



Personal

  • Birthday: May 6th 1971

  • Place of birth: Península de Osa, Palmar Sur, Puntarenas, Costa Rica

  • Languages: Spanish, English [Fluent]

Education


  • Florida International University. Miami, USA. 2003-2007. Ph.D.

  • University of Costa Rica. San Jose, Costa Rica. 1998-2000. M.Sc. (with Honors).

  • University of Costa Rica. San Jose, Costa Rica. 1992-1996. B.Sc.

  • Portland State University 1997-1998. Visitor Scholar.



Current Appointments


  • University of Vermont. 2013-2014. Postdoctoral Research Associate.

  • Universidad Marítima Internacional de Panama. 2009-2014. Affiliated Professor.



Previous Appointments


  • University of Puerto Rico. 2009-2012. Contract Assistant Professor (Contract ended 31st of July).

  • University of Puerto Rico. 2009-2010. Postdoctoral Research Scholar.

  • University of Puerto Rico. 2009-2011. Research Associate to the Biology Graduate Program.

  • George Mason University, Virginia. 2008-2013. Affiliated Professor.

  • Museum of Zoology, University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica. 1998-1999. Assistant Curator on mammalian and bird collections.



Awards and Fellowships


  • Emily Shane Award. 1998. Society of Marine Mammalogy of United States ($7200).

  • Visitor Scholarship. 1997. Portland State University, USA.

  • Research Grant. 1998. McArthur Foundation, Nature Conservancy ($5000).

  • Research Grant. 2001. Idea Wild ($1200).

  • Research Grant. 2004. Cetacean Behavior and Conservation Award. Animal

  • Behavior Society ($1000).

  • Research Grant. 2004. Tinker Research Opportunities Award. LAAC-FIU ($1500).

  • Research Grant. 2004. Lener-Gray. Natural History Museum ($1000).

  • Pre-doctoral Travel Fellowship. 2004. STRI-Bocas del Toro Marine Station ($490).

  • Research Grant. 2005. Project Aware ($305).

  • Travel Grant. 2005. Judith Parker Travel Grant ($1000).

  • WWF-Russel E. Train Scholarship. 2005-2007 ($27.100).

  • Research Grant. 2005. Cetacean International Society ($2000).

  • Research Grant. 2006. Latin American Student Field Research Award. American Society of Mammalogists. ($1500).

  • Dissertation Year Fellowship. Florida International University. 2007. ($20.000).

  • Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society. 2007. ($2015).

  • Research Grant. 2008. Cetacean International Society ($500).

  • Research Grant. 2008. Chris Parson Lab, George Mason University ($3500).

  • Research Grant. 2008. Cetacean International Society ($1000).

  • Research Grant. 2012. Panacetacea Fund ($2000).

  • Research Grant. 2012. Panacetacea Fund ($4000).

  • Donation of Underwater Acoustic Unit for Research. Oceanic Society. 2011. ($6000).


Nominations

  • Nominate and Granted for Full Membership for Sigma Xi Society by Florida International University. 2007.

  • Nominate for membership to the American Association for the Advancement of Science by School of Arts and Science, Florida International University. 2007.


Academic Services:

  • Review Editor for Frontiers Ecology and Evolution. 2013-present.

  • Member of the Committee of Scientific Advisors for The Society for Marine Mammalogy. 2011-2012.

  • Member of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) Scientific Committee. 2012.

  • Member of the Committee of Scientific Advisors: Oceanic Society-Belize Bottlenose Project. 2010-2012.

  • Committee Advisor for graduates students from: Universidad de Costa Rica, Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica, Universidad Jose Tadeo Lozano, Colombia, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia, Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Argentina, University of Rostock, Germany, Universidad Maritima Internacional de Panama, George Mason University, University of Puerto Rico.

  • Reviewing for: Naturwissenschaften, BMC Evolutionary Biology, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, Systematic Biology, , Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, Revista de Biologia Tropical, Revista Cientifica UDO Agricola, Latin American Journal of Aquatic Mammals, Zoologica Scripta, Marine Environmental Research, Revista Ciencias Marinas, Latin American Journal of Aquatic Mammals, Marine Biodiversity Records, Pacific Science. Marine Biodiversity Records, Aquatic Mammals, Axios.

  • Press coverage:

Capturing the Science of Biodiversity. Science Friday NPR. July 19, 2013.

http://www.npr.org/2013/07/19/203606166/capturing-the-sounds-of-biodiversity.

Interspecific communication in dolphins: BBC September 30, 2010

http://news.bbc.co.uk/earth/hi/earth_news/newsid_9045000/9045389.stm

Carnivores: BBC November 30, 2009

http://news.bbc.co.uk/earth/hi/earth_news/newsid_8383000/8383070.stm

EFN Grantees Accomplishments: EFNews August, 2010.

Dolphin communicative signal geographical variation: STRI NEWS October 17, 2008.
International collaboration (Selection)

Dr. William Kilpatrick (University of Vermont)

Dr. Ingi Agnarsson (University of Vermont)

Dr. Matjaz Kuntner (Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts)

Dr. Douglas Wartzok (Florida International University)

Dr. Mitchell Aide (University of Puerto Rico)

Dr. Carlos Corrada (University of Puerto Rico)

Dr. Susan Parks (University of Syracuse, USA)

Dr. Chris Parson (George Mason University, USA)

Dr. (Florida International University, USA)

Dr. Jonathan Coddington (Smithsonian Institution)

Dr. Jaume Forcada (University of Cambridge: Antarctica Project)

Dr. Alvaro Morales (University of Costa Rica-CIMAR)

Dr. Tim Gerrodette (NOAA: Southwest Fisheries Science Center)

Dr. (Cascadia Research Collective)

Dr. Rachel Collin (STRI, Panama)

Dr. Marc Lammers (NOAA, Hawaii, USA)

M.Sc. Kristen Rasmussen (PANACETACEA)

Dr. Jennifer Lewis (Tropical Dolphin Research Foundation, USA)

Dr. Daniel Palacios (University Of California, Santa Cruz, USA)

Biol. Miguel Iniguez (CETHUS, Argentina)

Lic. Jose David Palacios (Fundacion KETO, Costa Rica)

M.Sc. Gabriela Hernandez, Veterinarian, Costa Rica

M.Sc. Jose Julio Casas (Universidad Maritima Internacional de Panama)

Current Graduate Students

  • Dalia Carolina Barragán Barrera, B.Sc., Universidad de los Andes, Colombia (Graduate)

    • Dalia has been granted funds from the Cetacean International Society, Society for Marine Mammalogy and a Rufford Research Award.

  • Jose Arístides Ponce Santamaria, Universidad Maritima Internacional de Panama (Graduate).


Former Students

  • Shakira Quiñónez, University of Puerto Rico, M.Sc. University of Puerto Rico.

  • Richard Garcia. University of Puerto Rico (Undergraduate).

  • Perla Rodriguez. University of Puerto Rico (Undergraduate).

  • Dalia Carolina Barragán Barrera, B.Sc., Universidad de Bogota Jorge Tadeo Lozano

  • Monica Gamboa Poveda, M.Sc. Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica.

  • Jose Damian Martinez, M. Sc. Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica.

  • Andrea Montero Cordero, M.Sc. Universidad de Costa Rica.

  • Jose D. Palacios Alfaro, Lic. Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica

  • Evelyn Taubitz. B.Sc. University of Rostock, Germany.

  • Raul Sobrero, Lic. Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias. Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Argentina. 2001.

Teaching (selected)


  • Professor, General Zoology. 2010-2012. Department of Biology, University of Puerto Rico.

  • Coordinator of the General Zoology Labs. 2012-2011. Department of Biology, University of Puerto Rico.

  • Professor, General Biology II. 2009-2010. Department of Biology, University of Puerto Rico.

  • Coordinator of Field Tropical Biology. 2008. Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS).

  • Teaching Assistant. 2003-2005. Department of Biology, Florida International University.

  • Head Teaching Assistant. 2003-2004. Department of Biology, Florida International University

  • Teaching Assistant of the Tropical Biology-An Ecological Approach. 1997, 2001-2002.Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS).

  • Resource Person for Tropical Biology- An Ecological Approach. 2001. Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS).

  • Dolphin Course Instructor. 2000-2001. Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS).

  • Guest Professor to teach Conservation Biology. 1999. Escuela Centroamericana de Ganaderia.

  • Field Instructor for the undergraduate course on Tropical Ecology and Conservation. 1996, 1998- 2000. Education Abroad Program, University of California- Institute of Monteverde.

  • Field Instructor for the undergraduate course on Tropical Ecology and Conservation (1998). Council Education Abroad Program.

  • Teaching Assistant. 1992-1999. Department of Biology, University of Costa Rica (several courses e.g., Botany I, Ornithology, Mammalogy, General Zoology, Invertebrate Zoology).


Field Experience:

  • Cetaceans Abundance Surveys and Bioacoustic Monitoring: 2003-present (Panama, Costa Rica, Ecuador).

  • Land Mammals Surveys: Guyana (1992), Costa Rica (1992-2001).

  • Bird and Bat Mist Netting Projects: Costa Rica (1992-2003).

  • Marine Mammal Observer. 2002. United States Geological Survey.

  • Field Assistant Sperm Whale Project. 2001. US Southeast Fisheries Science Center.

  • Field Assistant Blue Whale Project. 2000. Cascadia Research Collective with John Calambokidis.

  • Automated underwater biodiversity monitoring (ARBIMON). University of Puerto Rico. 2009.


Peer Reviewed Publications


  1. May-Collado, L.J. and S. Quinones-Lebron. In press. Dolphin changes in whistle structure with watercraft activity depends on their behavioral state.  Journal of the Acoustic Society of America, Express Letters.




  1. May-Collado, L. J., Carlos Zambrana, and I. Agnarsson. In press. Global spatial analysis of phylogenetic conservation priorities for aquatic mammals. In Biodiversity Conservation and Phylogenetic Systematics. Editors R. Pellens & P. Grandcolas.




  1. May-Collado, L.J. 2013. Guyana dolphins (Sotalia guianensis) from Costa Rica emit whistles that vary with surface behaviours. Journal of the Acoustic Society of America, Express Letters, 134: EL359-EL365.




  1. May-Collado, L.J. and J. Forcada. 2012. Small-scale estimation of relative abundance for the coastal spotted dolphins (Stenella attenuata) in Costa Rica: the effect of habitat and seasonality. Revista de Biologia Tropical Vol. 60 (Suppl. 2) 133-14.




  1. May-Collado, L.J. and I. Agnarsson. 2011. Phylogenetic analysis of conservation priorities for aquatic mammals and their terrestrial relatives, with a comparison of methods. PLoS One.6(7): e22562. Free download at: .http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0022562.




  1. Agnarsson, I., Zambrana-Torrelio, C. M., Flores-Saldana, N. P., and L. J. May-Collado. 2011. A time-calibrated species-level phylogeny of bats (Chiroptera, Mammalia). PLoS Currents: Tree of Life. Available from: http://knol.google.com/k/ingi-agnarsson/a-time-calibrated-species-level/3chrbtx927cxs/5.




  1. Kuntner, M., May-Collado, L. J. and I. Agnarsson. 2011. Phylogeny and conservation priorities of afrotherian mammals (Afrotheria, Mammalia). Zoologica Scripta. 40:1-15.




  1. Martinez-Fernandez, D., Montero-Cordero, A. and L. J. May-Collado. 2011. Cetaceos de las aguas costeras del Pacifico norte y sur de Costa Rica. Revista de Biologia Tropical. 59 (1): 283-290.




  1. Agnarsson, I., Kuntner, M., and L. J. May-Collado. 2010. Dogs, cats, and kin: a near species-complete phylogeny of Carnivora. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 54: 726-745.

Press coverage: http://news.bbc.co.uk/earth/hi/earth_news/newsid_8383000/8383070.stm


  1. May-Collado, L.J. 2010. Sounds produced by tucuxi dolphins (Sotalia fluviatilis) from the Napo and Aguarico Rivers of Ecuador. Latin American Journal of Aquatic Mammals. Special Issue. In press.




  1. May-Collado, L. J. 2010. Changes in whistle structure of two dolphin species during interspecific associations. Ethology. 116:1065-1074.

Press coverage: http://news.bbc.co.uk/earth/hi/earth_news/newsid_9045000/9045389.stm


  1. May-Collado, L.J. and D. Wartzok. 2009. A characterization of Guyana dolphin (Sotalia guianensis) whistles from Costa Rica: The importance of broadband recording systems. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 125 (2): 1202-1213.




  1. May-Collado, L. J. Chapter 42: Marine Mammals. 2009. In Marine Biodiversity of Costa Rica, Central America. Edited by Wehrmann, I. and J. Cortes. Springer Verglag Academic Press.




  1. Agnarsson, I. and L. J. May-Collado. 2008. The phylogeny of Cetartiodactyla: the importance of dense taxon sampling, missing data, and the remarkable promise of Cytochrome b to provide reliable species-level phylogenies. Molecular Evolution and Phylogenetics. 48:964-985.




  1. May-Collado, L. J. and D. Wartzok. 2008. A comparison of bottlenose dolphin whistle in the Western Atlantic Ocean: insights on factors promoting whistle variation. Journal of Mammalogy. 89:205-216.




  1. May-Collado, L. J., Agnarsson, I., and D. Wartzok. 2007. Phylogenetic review of tonal sound production in whales in relation to sociality. BMC Evolutionary Biology. 7:136 (Highly accessed).




  1. May-Collado, L. J., Agnarsson, I., and D. Wartzok. 2007. Reexamining the relationship between body size and tonal signals frequency in whales: a phylogenetic comparative approach. Marine Mammal Science. Marine Mammal Science. 23 (3): 524–552.




  1. May-Collado, L. J. and D. Wartzok. 2007. Inia geoffrensis high frequency whistles. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 121 (2): 1203-1212.




  1. Agnarsson, I., Coddington, J.A., and L.J. May-Collado. 2007. Elongated pedicillate setae- a putative sensory system and synapomorphy of spiders. Journal of Arachnology. 35: 411-426.




  1. Agnarsson, I., Barrantes, G. and L. J. May-Collado. 2007. Notes on the biology of Anelosimus pacificus Levi, 1963 (Theridiidae, Araneae)-evidence for an evolutionary reversal to a less social state. In press. Journal of Natural History. 40:2681-2687




  1. May-Collado, L. J. and I. Agnarsson. 2006. Cytochrome b and Bayesian inference of whale phylogeny. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 38: 344–354 (2nd most downloaded paper between February and March 2006).




  1. May-Collado, L. J. and Morales Ramírez, A. 2005. Presencia y Patrones de comportamiento del delfín manchado costero, Stenella attenuata graffmani (Cetacea: Delphinidae) en el Golfo de Papagayo, Costa Rica. Revista de Biología Tropical. 53 : 265-276.




  1. May-Collado, L. J.; Gerrodete, T.; Calambokidis, J.; Rassumen K. and I. Sereg. 2005. Distribution of Cetaceans sightings in the EEZ of Costa Rica. Revista de Biología Tropical. 53: 249-263.




  1. Rodríguez-Hernández, B. Chinchilla, F. A. and May-Collado, L. J. 2002. Lista de especies,endemismo, y conservación de los mamíferos de Costa Rica. Revista Mexicana de Mastozoología. 6: 19-41.


MANUSCRIPTS IN REVIEW AND TO BE SUBMITTED

  • May-Collado, L.J. & I. Agnarsson. A species-level phylogeny of Marsupials (Mammalia:Methateria). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. Submitted.

  • May-Collado, L. J., Barragan-Barrera, D. C., Palacios, J. D., and S. G. QuiñonesLebrón. Interactions with multiple-dolphin watching boats disrupt foraging activities of bottlenose dolphins. Marine Policy. submitted.

  • May-Collado, L. J., Barragan-Barrera, D. C., Palacios, J. D. and S. G. QuiñonesLebrón. The social organization of the bottlenose dolphins of Bocas del Toro and the impact of dolphin industry in their society. Animal Behavior. To be submitted.


Published abstracts


  1. Quiñones‐Lebrón S. G. and L. J. May‐Collado. 2011. Factores determining whistle emission rate in bottlenose dolphins of Bocas del Toro, Panama. J. Acoustic. Soc. Am. 129, 2671.


  2. May-Collado, L. J. 2011. Whistle variation is associated with surface behavior in the Guyana dolphin (Sotalia guianensis). J. Acoustic. Soc. Am. 129, 2671.


  3. May-Collado, L. J., Aide, M., Alvarez, A., and C. Corrada-Bravo.2010. A comparison of acoustic soundscapes within and among three tropical habitats: Can soundscape heterogeneity be used as an index of α and β diversity? J. Acoustic. Soc. Am. 128, 2412


conference & Meeting presentations


  1. May-Collado LJ and SG Quiñones-Lebrón. 2013. Estado del conocimiento de los delfines de Bocas del Toro y su interaccion con la observacion comercial de avistamientos de delfines en Panama. Grupo Argentina/International Whale Commission. Diciembre, Cartagena, Colombia.




  1. Barragán-Barrera DC, May-Collado L.J., Caballero S. Population at risk: low genetic diversity in bottlenose dolphins of Bocas del Toro, Panama. 20th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, New Zealand. Poster Presentation.




  1. Barragan-Barrera, D., Quiñones‐Lebrón, S., Palacios-Alfaro, P., Caballero-Gaitan, S., and L. J. May-Collado. 2012. Efecto a largo plazo del turismo de observacion de delfines nariz de botella (Tursiops truncates) en Bocas del Toro, Panama. SOLAMAC. September 2012. Argentina, Patagonia.




  1. Mesnick, S. L., May-Collado, L J, Agnarsson, I., Ralls, K., Chan, C., and A. Allen. 2012. Sexual selection sperm competition and the evolution of cetacean mating systems.  49th Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society - June 10-14 2012 (Joint HBES). New Mexico.




  1. May-Collado, L. J., Aide, M., Alvarez, A., and C. Corrada-Bravo.2010. A comparison of acoustic soundscapes within and among three tropical habitats: Can soundscape heterogeneity be used as an index of α and β diversity? Acoustical Society of America, Cancun, Mexico. November 18th, Oral Presentation.




  1. May-Collado, L. J. and I. Agnarsson. 2009. Phylogenetic analyses of conservation priorities for cetaceans and pinnipeds. 18th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Quebec. Oral Presentation.




  1. Gamboa-Poveda, M. P., Ramirez, O., and L.J. May-Collado. 2009. Population size, distribution, and habitat use of two sympatric dolphin species the Guyana dolphin (Sotalia guianensis) and the Bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) from the Southern Caribbean of Costa Rica. 18th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Quebec. Poster.




  1. Barragan-Barrera, D. C., Palacios Alfaro, J. D., Taubitz, E., and L. J. May-Collado. 2009. A spatial analysis of habitat use by bottlenose dolphins from Bocas del Toro, Panama. 18th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Quebec. Poster.




  1. Garcia, C., Avila, I. C., Palacios, D., Gerrodette, T., Suarez, M. Soler, G., Trujillo, F., Bessudo, S., Rasmussen, K., May-Collado, L. J., and C. Parson. 2008. Presencia, distribución y amenazas de Stenella attenuata y Tursiops truncatus en el Pacífico de Panamá y Colombia. Mamiferos Acuaticos de Sur America, Uruguay. Poster.




  1. Paulo A.C. Flores, Mariel Bazzalo, Susana Caballero, Marcos C.O. Santos, Marcos R. Rossi-Santos, Fernando Trujillo, Jaime Bolaños-Jimenez, Marta J. Cremer, Laura J. May-Collado, Flávio J. L. Silva, Maria Gabriela Montiel, Alexandre F. Azevedo, Ana C. O. Meirelles, Leonardo Flach, Hector Barrios, Paulo C. Simões-Lopes, Haydée A. Cunha and Koen Van Waerebeek. 2008. Proposed English common name of Sotalia guianensis dolphin. Mamiferos Acuaticos de Sur America, Uruguay. Poster.




  1. May-Collado, L. and D. Wartzok. 2007. The intertwined evolutionary history of tonal sounds and social complexity: a phylogenetic approach. 17th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Nov 29-Dec3, Cape Town, South Africa. Poster.




  1. Martínez-Fernández, D., A. Montero-Cordero and L. J. May-Collado. 2007. Evaluation of photo-ID techniques success in Pseudorca crassidens from coastal waters of Costa Rica. 17th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Nov. 29th- Dec. 3rd. Cape Town, South Africa. Poster.




  1. Gamboa-Poveda M. and L. J. May-Collado. 2006 Insights on the occurrence, residency, and behavior of two coastal dolphins from Gandoca-Manzanillo, Costa Rica: Sotalia guianensis and Tursiops truncatus (Family Delphinidae). International Whaling Commission. SC/58/SM4. Oral Presentation & Abstract.




  1. May-Collado, L. and M. Gamboa-Poveda. 2006. Insights on the biology of Sotalia guianensis at Gandoca-Manzanillo, Costa Rica: residency, habitat use, acoustics, and reactions to anthropogenic noise. Sotalia Workshop, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Abstract.




  1. May-Collado, L. and D. Wartzok. 2005. The evolution of cetacean whistles: a phylogenetic comparative approach. 16th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Dec 12-16. San Diego, USA. Oral Presentation.




  1. Martinez-Fernandez, J. D., Cordero-Montero, A., L. May-Collado, and J. Calambokidis. 2005. Photo-ID of false killer whales of Costa Rica. 16th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Dec 12-16. San Diego, USA. Poster.




  1. May-Collado, L. Wartzok, D., and M. Gamboa. 2005. Plasticidad en las vocalizaciones de delfines?: efecto del ruido antropogenico en Costa Rica. Primer Congreso de Vida Silvestre Latinoamericano, San Jose Costa Rica, Feb 2005. Poster.




  1. Cordero-Montero, A. and L. J. May-Collado. 2005. Evaluación de la técnica de foto-identificación en el delfín manchado costero, Stenella attenuata graffmani. Primer Congreso de Vida Silvestre Latinoamericano, San Jose Costa Rica, Feb 2005. Poster.




  1. Rasmussen, K.; Calambokidis, J.; Steiger, G.; Saborio, M.; May-Collado, L. and T. Gerrodette. 2001. Extent of geographic overlap of north Pacific and south Pacific humpback whales on their Central American wintering grounds. 14th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Nov 28- Dec 3. Vancouver, Canada. Talk.




  1. May-Collado, L. and J. Forcada. 2001. Abundance, Occurrence and Behavior of the coastal spotted dolphin (Stenella attenuata graffmani) in the northern Pacific of Costa Rica. 14th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Nov 28-Dec 3. Vancouver, Canada. Poster.


Reports
Barragán-Barrera DC, May-Collado LJ, Quiñones-Lebrón SG, Caballero S. Population at risk: low genetic diversity in bottlenose dolphins of Bocas del Toro, Panama. International Whaling Commission 2013; SC/65a/SM15: 1–11.
May-Collado, L. J.1,2, Barragán-Barrera, D. C.3, Quiñones-Lebrón, S. G.1, & W. Aquino-Reynoso1. 2012. Dolphin watching boats impact on habitat use and communication of bottlenose dolphins in Bocas delToro, Panama during 2004, 2006-2010. International Whaling Commission. SC/64/WW2. 
Gamboa-Poveda M. and L. J. May-Collado. 2006 Insights on the occurrence, residency, and behavior of two coastal dolphins from Gandoca-Manzanillo, Costa Rica: Sotalia guianensis and Tursiops truncatus (Family Delphinidae). International Whaling Commission. SC/58/SM4. 
May-Collado, L. J., Agnarsson, I., Palacios, J.D., Taubitz, E. and D. Wartzok. The status of the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) population of Bocas del Toro, Panama: Preliminary results based on a three-year ongoing study. Report to ARAP 2007, 2013.
May-Collado. 2006. Capitulo X: Mamiferos Marinos. Informe Tecnico Ambientes Marino Costeros de Costa Rica. Comision Interdiciplinaria Marino costera de la zona Economica Exclusiva de Costa Rica. Nielse Munoz, V. y M. A. Quesada Alpizar (eds).
May-Collado, L. J. Plasticidad en la vocalizaciones de delfines? Evaluación del efecto de la estructura acústica del hábitat y la contaminación sónica por fuentes humanas en las vocalizaciones de los delfines de Costa Rica (Cetacea:Delphinidae). Reporte I y II al MINAE. LJMC05 y LJMC06.
Invited Talks (selected)

  • 2012. Seminar at Syracuse University. Evolution of Acoustic Communication in Whales and their Terrestrial Relatives.

  • 2011. Symposium on complex communication, complex society. Joint Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society and the International Ethological Conference, Indiana, USA. July 25-30.

  • 2009. Workshop On Phylogenetic tools for cetacean studies. 18th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Quebec.

  • 2009. ARBIMON Workshop. Marine mammal Bioacoustics

  • 2008. Status of the bottlenose dolphin population at Bocas del Toro. Smithsonian Research Institute, at Bocas del Toro.

  • 2007. Phylogenetic and Ecological Significance of toothed whales communication acoustic signals. University of Akron, USA.

  • 2006. Phylogenetic and Ecological Significance of toothed whales communication acoustic signals. The University of British Columbia, Canada.

  • 2005. Phylogenetic and Ecological Significance of toothed whales communication acoustic signals. CIMAR-UCR.

  • 2005. Whale-watching and anthropogenic noise. Cuajiniquil, Guanacaste.

  • 2004. Cetacean Evolution and Acoustic Signals. CIMAR-UCR;FIU.

  • 2000-2002. The Marine Mammals of Costa Rica. OTS.



Memberships


Society for Marine Mammalogy; Sigma Xi Society; American Association for the Advancement of Science; Acoustical Society of America, The American Association of Mammalogists, The Animal Behavior Society.




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