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Carroll E, Brooks L, C. Baker S, Burns D, Garrigue C, Hauser N, Jackson JA, Poole MM, Fewster RM. Assessing the design and power of capture-recapture studies to estimate demographic parameters for the Endangered Oceania humpback whale population. Endangered Species Research. 2015 ;28(2):147 - 162.
Garrigue C, Franklin T, Constantine R, Russell K, Burns D, Poole MM, Paton D, Hauser N, Oremus M, Childerhouse S, et al. First assessment of interchange of humpback whales between Oceania and the east coast of Australia. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management. 2011 ;(Special Issue 3):269-74.
Oremus M, Poole MM, Steel DJ, C. Baker S. Isolation and interchange among insular spinner dolphin communities in the South Pacific revealed by individual identification and genetic diversity. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2007 ;336:275 - 289.
Oremus M, Poole MM, Steel DJ, C. Baker S. Isolation and interchange among insular spinner dolphin communities in the South Pacific revealed by individual identification and genetic diversity. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2007 ;336:275-289.
Garrigue C, Constantine R, Poole MM, Hauser N, Clapham P, Donoghue M, Russell K, Paton D, Mattila DK, Robbins J, et al. Movement of individual humpback whales between wintering grounds of Oceania (South Pacific), 1999 to 2004. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management. 2011 ;(Special Issue 3):275-82.
Olavarria C, C. Baker S, Garrigue C, Poole MM, Hauser N, Caballero S, Flórez-González L, Brasseur M, Bannister J, Capella J, et al. Population structure of humpback whales throughout the South Pacific and the origins of the eastern Polynesian breeding grounds. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2007 ;330:257-268.
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.