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Ballance, L. T., Perrin, W. F., & Thewissen, J. G. M.. (2009). Cetacean Ecology. In Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals, Second Edition. San Diego: Elsevier.
Ballance, L. T. (2007). Understanding seabirds at sea: why and how? . Marine Ornithology , 35, 127-135. presented at the 2007.
Ballance, L. T., Ainley, D. G., & Hunt, G. L.. (2001). Seabird Foraging Ecology. In Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences (Vol. 5, pp. 2636-2644). London: Academic Press.
Barlow, J., Ferguson, M., Perrin, W. F., Ballance, L. T., Gerrodette, T., Joyce, G., et al.. (2006). Abundance and density of beaked and bottlenose whales (Family Ziphiidae). Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 7(3):263-270., 7(3), 263-270.
Barlow, D. R., Pepper, A. L., & Torres, L. G.. (2019). Skin deep: An assessment of New Zealand blue whale skin condition. Frontiers in Marine Science, 6. presented at the 12/2019. doi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00757
Barlow, D. R., Torres, L. G., Hodge, K. B., Steel, D. J., C. Baker, S., Chandler, T. E., et al.. (2018). Documentation of a New Zealand blue whale population based on multiple lines of evidence. Endangered Species Research, 36, 27-40. presented at the 05/2018. doi:
Barlow, D. R., Fournet, M., & Sharpe, F.. (2018). Incorporating tides into the acoustic ecology of humpback whales. Marine Mammal Science. presented at the 10/2018. doi:10.1111/mms.12534
Baumgartner, M. F., & Mate, B.. (2003). Summertime foraging ecology of North Atlantic right whales. Marine Ecological Progress Series (MEPS), 264, 123-135.
Baylis, A. M. M., Orben, R. A., Pistorius, P., Brickle, P., Staniland, I., & Ratcliffe, N.. (2015). Winter foraging site fidelity of king penguins breeding at the Falkland Islands. Marine Biology, 162(1), 99 - 110. presented at the 1/2015. doi:10.1007/s00227-014-2561-0
Baylis, A. M. M., Tierney, M., Orben, R. A., Staniland, I. J., & Brickle, P.. (2018). Geographic variation in the foraging behaviour of South American fur seals. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 596, 233 - 245. presented at the 05/2018. doi:10.3354/meps12557