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2018
Riekkola L, Zerbini AN, Andrews O, Andrews-Goff V, C. Baker S, Chandler D, Childerhouse S, Clapham P, Dodémont R, Donnelly D, et al. Application of a multi-disciplinary approach to reveal population structure and Southern Ocean feeding grounds of humpback whales. Ecological Indicators. 2018 ;89:455 - 465.
Weinstein BG, Irvine L, Friedlaender A. Capturing foraging and resting behavior using nested multivariate Markov models in an air-breathing marine vertebrate. Movement Ecology. 2018 ;6(16).
Kirchner T, Wiley DN, Hazen EL, Parks SE, Torres LG, Friedlaender A. Hierarchical foraging movement of humpback whales relative to the structure of their prey. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2018 ;607:237 - 250.
Pallin L, C. Baker S, Steel DJ, Kellar NM, Robbins J, Johnston DW, Nowacek DP, Read AJ, Friedlaender A. High pregnancy rates in humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) around the Western Antarctic Peninsula, evidence of a rapidly growing population. Royal Society Open Science. 2018 ;5(5):180017.
Pickett EP, Fraser WR, Patterson-Fraser DL, Cimino MA, Torres LG, Friedlaender A. Spatial niche partitioning may promote coexistence of Pygoscelis penguins as climate-induced sympatry occurs. Ecology and Evolution. 2018 :1-15.
Albertson RG, Friedlaender A, Steel DJ, Aguayo-Lobo A, Bonatto SL, Cabellero S, Constantine R, Cypriano-Souza ALúcia, Engel MH, Garrigue C, et al. Temporal stability and mixed-stock analyses of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) in the nearshore waters of the Western Antarctic Peninsula. Polar Biology. 2018 ;41(2):323-340.
2015
Hazen EL, Friedlaender A, Goldbogen JA. Blue whales (Balaenoptera musculus) optimize foraging efficiency by balancing oxygen use and energy gain as a function of prey density. Science Advances [Internet]. 2015 ;1(9). http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/1/9/e1500469.full
Pallin L, Adams EM, Goyert HF, Friedlaender A, Johnston DW. Density modeling for marine mammals and sea turtles with environmental covariates. In: Wildlife Densities and Habitat Use Across Temporal and Spatial Scales on the Mid-Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf: Final Report to the Department of Energy EERE Wind & Water Power Technologies Office. Wildlife Densities and Habitat Use Across Temporal and Spatial Scales on the Mid-Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf: Final Report to the Department of Energy EERE Wind & Water Power Technologies Office. Biodiversity Research Institute; 2015.
Bejder M, Johnston DW, Smith J, Friedlaender A, Bejder L. Embracing conservation success of recovering humpback whale populations: Evaluating the case for downlisting their conservation status in Australia. Marine Policy. 2015 .
Curtice C, Johnston DW, Ducklow H, Gales N, Halpin PN, Friedlaender A. Modeling the spatial and temporal dynamics of foraging movements of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) in the Western Antarctic Peninsula. Movement Ecology. 2015 ;3(1).
Goldbogen JA, Hazen EL, Friedlaender A, Calambokidis J, DeRuiter SL, Stimpert AK, Southall BL. Prey density and distribution drive the three-dimensional foraging strategies of the largest filter feeder. Functional Ecology. 2015 ;29(7):951 - 961.
Stimpert AK, DeRuiter SL, Falcone EA, Joseph J, Douglas AB, Moretti DJ, Friedlaender A, Calambokidis J, Gailey G, Tyack PL, et al. Sound production and associated behavior of tagged fin whales (Balaenoptera physalus) in the Southern California Bight. Animal Biotelemetry. 2015 ;3.

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