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Lagerquist BA, Palacios DM, Winsor M, Irvine L, Follett T, Mate B. Feeding home ranges of pacific coast feeding group gray whales. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 2019 ;(2Supplement).
Laikre L, Allendorf FW, Aroner LC, C. Baker S, Gregovich DP, Hansen MM, Jackson J, Kendall KC, McKelvey K, Neel MC, et al. Neglect of Genetic Diversity in Implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity. Conservation Biology. 2010 ;24(1):86 - 88.
Lang AR, Calambokidis J, Scordino J, Pease VL, Klimek A, Burkanov VN, Gearin P, Litovka DI, Robertson KM, Mate B, et al. Assessment of genetic structure among eastern North Pacific gray whales on their feeding grounds. Marine Mammal Science. 2014 .
Lascelles BG, Taylor PR, Miller MGR, Dias MP, Oppel S, Torres LG, Hedd A, Le Corre M, Phillips RA, Shaffer SA, et al. Applying global criteria to tracking data to define important areas for marine conservation. Diversity and Distributions. 2016 ;22(4):422 - 431.
Le Boeuf BJ, H. M. P-C, Urbán-Ramirez J, Mate B, Ollervides UF. High gray whale mortality and low recruitment in 1999: potential causes and implications. Journal of Cetacean Research Management. 2000 ;2:85-99.
Leduc D, Rowden AA, Torres LG, Nodder SD, Pallentin A. Distribution of macro-infaunal communities in phosphorite nodule deposits on Chatham Rise, Southwest Pacific: Implications for management of seabed mining. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers. 2015 ;99:105 - 118.
Lemos LSoledade, de Moura JFulgencio, Hauser-Davis RAnn, de Campos RCalixto, Siciliano S. Small cetaceans found stranded or accidentally captured in southeastern Brazil: Bioindicators of essential and non-essential trace elements in the environment. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 2013 ;97:166 - 175.
Li L, Kapoor A, Slikas B, Bamidele OSoji, Wang C, Shaukat S, Masroor MAlam, Wilson ML, Ndjango J-BN, Peeters M, et al. Multiple diverse circoviruses infect farm animals and are commonly found in human and chimpanzee feces. Journal of Virology. 2010 ;84(4):1674-82.
Lonin SA, Hernández JL, Palacios DM. Atmospheric events disrupting coastal upwelling in the western Caribbean. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 2010 ;115(C6).
M. López EJiménez, Palacios DM, Legorreta AJaramillo, R. JUrbán, Mate B. Fin whale movements in the Gulf of California, Mexico, from satellite telemetry. PLOS ONE. 2019 ;14(1):e0209324.
Lord-Castillo BK, Wright DJ, Mate B, Follett T. A customization of the Arc Marine data model to support whale tracking via satellite telemetry. Transactions in GIS. 2009 ;13(s1):63-83.
Lyday SE, Ballance LT, Field DB, K. Hyrenbach D. Shearwaters as ecosystem indicators: Towards fishery-independent metrics of fish abundance in the California Current. Journal of Marine Systems. 2015 ;146:109 - 120.
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MacKay JWB, Alexander AM, Hauber ME, Murphy EC, Clout MN. Does genetic variation among invasive house mice in New Zealand affect eradication success?. New Zealand Journal of Ecology [Internet]. 2013 ;37(1):18-25. http://www.newzealandecology.org/nzje/abstract.php?volume_issue=j37_1&pdf_filename=NZJEcol37_1_18.pdf&uniqueID=3064
Madon B, Gimenez O, McArdle B, C. Baker S, Garrigue C. A new method for estimating animal abundance with two sources of data in capture-recapture studies. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 2011 ;2(4):390 - 400.
Mannocci L, Boustany AM, Roberts JJ, Palacios DM, Dunn DC, Halpin PN, Viehman S, Moxley J, Cleary J, Bailey H, et al. Temporal resolutions in species distribution models of highly mobile marine animals: Recommendations for ecologists and managers Beger M. Diversity and Distributions [Internet]. 2017 ;23(10):1098 - 1109. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ddi.12609/full
Maresh JL, Adachi T, Takahashi A, Naito Y, Crocker DE, Horning M, Williams TM, Costa DP. Summing the strokes: energy economy in northern elephant seals during large-scale foraging migrations. Movement Ecology. 2015 ;3(22):1-16.
Martin SL, Ballance LT, Groves T. An Ecosystem Services Perspective for the Oceanic Eastern Tropical Pacific: Commercial Fisheries, Carbon Storage, Recreational Fishing, and Biodiversity. Frontiers in Marine Science. 2016 ;3.
Maser C, Mate B, Franklin J, Dyrness C. Mammals of the Oregon Coast Service USForest. 1981 :372-457.
Mate B, Lagerquist BA, Urbán-Ramirez J. A note on using satellite telemetry to document the use of San Ignacio Lagoon by gray whales (Eschrichtius robustus) during their reproductive season. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management. 2003 ;5:148-154.
Mate B, Rossbach KA, Nieukirk SL, Wells RS, Irvine AB, Scott MD, Read AJ. Satellite-monitored movements and dive behavior of a bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) in Tampa Bay, Florida. Marine Mammal Science. 1995 ;11:452-463.
Mate B. Watching habits and habitats from Earth satellites. Oceanus. 1989 ;32:14-18.
Mate B. Implementation of Acoustic Dosimeters With Recoverable Month-Long GPS/TDR Tags to Interpret Controlled-Exposure Experiments for Large Whales. In: Popper AN, Hawkins A The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life. Vol. 730. The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life. Springer; 2012. pp. 203-205. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4419-7311-5_45/fulltext.html
Mate B. Technical instrumentation issues related to the design and execution of a controlled-exposure experiment for larger cetaceans to assess possible behavioural responses and potential impacts. Bioacoustics. 2008 ;17(Special issue: International Conference on the Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life, Nyborg, Denmark, August 13-17, 2007):334-336.
Mate B, Krutzikowsky GK. Application of remote methods of large cetacean tracking: bowhead whales.; 1995.
Mate B, Best PB, Lagerquist BA, Winsor M. Coastal, offshore, and migratory movements of South African right whales revealed by satellite telemetry. Marine Mammal Science. 2011 ;27:455-476.

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