Janet Mann

Affiliations: 
Georgetown University, Washington, DC 
Area:
Zoology Biology, Developmental Psychology, Behavioral Psychology
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Manlik O, McDonald JA, Mann J, et al. (2016) The relative importance of reproduction and survival for the conservation of two dolphin populations. Ecology and Evolution. 6: 3496-3512
Stanton MA, Mann J. (2012) Early social networks predict survival in wild bottlenose dolphins. Plos One. 7: e47508
Mann J, Stanton MA, Patterson EM, et al. (2012) Social networks reveal cultural behaviour in tool-using [corrected] dolphins. Nature Communications. 3: 980
Fríre CH, Mann J, Krützen M, et al. (2011) Nature and nurture: A step towards investigating their interactions in the wild. Communicative & Integrative Biology. 4: 192-3
Frère CH, Krützen M, Mann J, et al. (2010) Social and genetic interactions drive fitness variation in a free-living dolphin population. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 107: 19949-54
Frère CH, Krzyszczyk E, Patterson EM, et al. (2010) Thar she blows! A novel method for DNA collection from cetacean blow. Plos One. 5: e12299
Mann J, Sargeant BL, Watson-Capps JJ, et al. (2008) Why do dolphins carry sponges? Plos One. 3: e3868
Bejder L, Samuels A, Whitehead H, et al. (2006) Decline in relative abundance of bottlenose dolphins exposed to long-term disturbance. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology. 20: 1791-8
Krützen M, Mann J, Heithaus MR, et al. (2005) Cultural transmission of tool use in bottlenose dolphins. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 102: 8939-43
Krützen M, Barré LM, Connor RC, et al. (2004) 'O father: where art thou?'--Paternity assessment in an open fission-fusion society of wild bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops sp.) in Shark Bay, Western Australia. Molecular Ecology. 13: 1975-90
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