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Mate B, DeMaster DP. California sea lion. In: Haley D Marine Mammals. 2ndnd ed. Marine Mammals. Seattle: Pacific Search Press; 1986. pp. 196-201.
Mate B. Satellite-monitored radio tracking as a method for studying cetacean movements and behaviour. Report of the International Whaling Commission. 1989 ;39:389-391.
Mate B. A change in sperm whale (Physeter macroephalus) distribution correlated to seismic surveys in the Gulf of Mexico. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 1994 ;96(5):3268.
Mate B, Irvine L, Palacios DM. The development of an intermediate-duration tag to characterize the diving behavior of large whales. Ecology and Evolution. 2017 ;7(2):585-595.
Mate B, Mesecar R, Lagerquist BA. The evolution of satellite-monitored radio tags for large whales: One laboratory's experience. Deep Sea Research II. 2007 ;54:224-247.
Mate B, Gisiner R, Mobley J. Local and migratory movements of Hawaiian humpback whales tracked by satellite telemetry. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 1998 ;76:863-868.
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. 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. Watching habits and habitats from Earth satellites. Oceanus. 1989 ;32:14-18.
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.
Mate B, Ilyashenko VY, Bradford AL, Vertyankin VV, Tsidulko GA, Rozhnov VV, Irvine L. Critically endangered western gray whales migrate to the eastern North Pacific. Biology Letters. 2015 ;11(4):20150071.
Mate B, Duley P, Lagerquist BA, Wenzel F, Stimpert A, Clapham P. Observations of a female North Atlantic right whale (Eubalaena glacialis) in simultaneous copulation with two males: supporting evidence for sperm competition. Aquatic Mammals. 2005 ;31:157-160.
Mathews EA, Womble JN, Pendleton GW, Jemison LA, Maniscalco JM, Streveler G. Population growth and colonization of Steller sea lions in the Glacier Bay region of southeastern Alaska: 1970s-2009. Marine Mammal Science. 2011 ;27(4):852-880.
Maxwell S, Hazen EL, Bograd SJ, Halpern BS, Breed GA, Nickel B, Teutschel NM, Crowder LB, Benson S, Dutton PH, et al. Cumulative human impacts on marine predators. Nature Communications. 2013 ;4.
McLellan WA, Friedlaender A, Mead JG, Potter CW, D. Pabst A. Analysing 25 years of bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) strandings along the Atlantic coast of the USA: do historic records support the coastal migratory stock hypothesis?. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management. 2002 ;4(3):297-304.
Meck S, Jensen E, Bonn WV, Fradkin J. Health risks associated with pica: a craving for, and possible ingestion of, unnatural articles as food. IMATA Journal of Marine Mammals: Public Display and Research. 1998 .
Meck S, Kastak D, Brill R. Utilizing free contact techniques with an aggressive California sea lion (Zalophus californianus) to establish hearing thresholds in the open ocean environment. IMATA Soundings. 2000 ;25:24-27.
Mellish J-AE, Tuomi PA, Hindle AJ, Jang S, Horning M. Skin microbial flora and effectiveness of aseptic technique for deep muscle biopsies in Weddell seals (Leptonychotes weddellii ) in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 2010 ;46(2):655-8.
Mellish J-AE, Hennen D, Thomton J, Petrauskas L, Atkinson S, Calkins D. Permanent marking in an endangered species: physiological response to hot branding in Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus). Wildlife Research. 2007 ;34:43-47.
Mellish J-AE, Horning M, York AE. Seasonal and spatial blubber-depth changes in captive harbor seals (Phoca vitulina) and Steller’s sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus). Journal of Mammalogy. 2007 ;88:408-414.
Mellish J-AE, Thomton J, Horning M. Physiological and behavioral response to intra-abdominal transmitter implantation in Steller sea lions. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 2007 ;351:283-293.
Mellish J-AE, Tuomi PA, Horning M. Assessment of ultrasound imaging as a non-invasive measure of blubber thickness in pinnipeds. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. 2004 ;35:116 - 118.

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