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Torres LG. A sense of scale: Foraging cetaceans' use of scale-dependent multimodal sensory systems. Marine Mammal Science [Internet]. 2017 ;33(3).
Torres LG. A kaleidoscope of mammal, bird and fish: Habitat use patterns of top predators and their prey in Florida Bay, Florida. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2009 ;375:289-304.
Torres LG. Evidence for an unrecognized blue whale foraging ground in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. 2013 ;47(2):235-248.
Torres LG, Thompson DR, Bearhop S, Votier GA, Sagar PM, Robertson BC. White-capped albatrosses alter fine-scale foraging behavior patterns when associated with fishing vessels. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2011 ;428:289-301.
Torres LG, Smith TD, Sutton P, MacDiarmid A, Banister J, Miyashita T. From exploitation to conservation: Habitat models using whaling data predict distribution patterns and threat exposure of an endangered whale. Diversity and Distributions. 2013 ;19(9):1138-1152.
Torres LG, Heithaus MR, Delius B. Influence of teleost abundance on the distribution and abundance of sharks in Florida Bay, USA. Hydrobiologia. 2006 ;569:449-455.
Torres LG, Read AJ, Halpin PN. Fine-scale habitat modeling of a top marine predator: Do prey data improve predictive capacity?. Ecological Applications. 2008 ;18(7):1702-1717.
Torres LG, Sutton PJH, Thompson DR, Delord K, Weimerskirch H, Sagar PM, Sommer E, Dilley BJ, Ryan PG, Phillips RA. Poor Transferability of Species Distribution Models for a Pelagic Predator, the Grey Petrel, Indicates Contrasting Habitat Preferences across Ocean Basins. PLOS ONE. 2015 ;10(3):e0120014.
Torres LG, Sagar PM, Thompson DR, Phillips RA. Scale-dependence of seabird-fishery data analysis and management: Reply to Croxall et al. (2013). Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2013 ;493:301-304.
Torres LG, Orben RA, Tolkova I, Thompson DR. Classification of Animal Movement Behavior through Residence in Space and Time. PLOS ONE. 2017 ;12(1):e0168513.
Torres LG, Rosel P, D'Agrosa C. Improving management of overlapping bottlenose dolphin ecotypes through spatial analysis and genetics. Marine Mammal Science. 2003 ;19(3):502-514.
Tollit DJ, Heaslip SG, Zeppelin TK, Joy R, Call KA, Trites AW. A method to improve size estimates of walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) and Atka mackerel (Pleurogrammus monopterygius) consumed by pinnipeds: Digestion correction factors applied to bones and otoliths recovered from scats. Fishery Bulletin. 2004 ;102(3):498-508.
Tollit DJ, Heaslip SG, Deagle BE, Iverson SJ, Joy R, Rosen DAS, Trites AW. Estimating diet composition in sea lions: which technique to choose?. In: Sea Lions of the World. Sea Lions of the World. Fairbanks: Alaska Sea Grant College Program, University of Alaska; 2006. pp. 293-307.
Tollit DJ, Heaslip SG, Barrick RL, Trites AW. Impact of diet-index selection and the digestion of prey hard remains on determining the diet of the Steller sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus). Canadian Journal of Zoology. 2007 ;85(1):1 - 15.
Tollit DJ, Heaslip SG, Trites AW. Sizes of walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) consumed by the eastern stock of Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) in Southeast Alaska from 1994 to 1999. Fishery Bulletin. 2004 ;102(3):522-532.
Tiedemann R, Cipriano F, Morin PA, Hoelzel AR, Palsbøll P, Waples RS, Natoli L, Bachmann L, Postma L, Double MC, et al. Updated guidelines for DNA data quality control and error rate estimation, for genetic studies relevant to IWC management advice. Panama City: International Whaling Commission; 2012.
Thomton J, Mellish J-AE, Hennen D, Horning M. Juvenile Steller sea lion dive behavior following temporary captivity. Endangered Species Research [Internet]. 2008 ;4:195-203.
Thompson DR, Torres LG, Taylor GA, Rayner MJ, Sagar PM, Shaffer SA, Phillips RA, Bury SJ. Stable isotope values delineate the non-breeding distributions of sooty shearwaters Puffinus griseus in the North Pacific Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2015 ;521:277 - 282.
Thompson KF, Patel S, C. Baker S, Constantine R, Millar CD. Bucking the trend: genetic analysis reveals high diversity, large population size and low differentiation in a deep ocean cetacean. Heredity. 2015 .
Thompson K, C. Baker S, van Helden A, Patel S, Millar C, Constantine R. The world’s rarest whale. Current Biology [Internet]. 2012 ;22(21):R905 - R906.
Thompson KF, Patel S, Williams L, Tsai P, Constantine R, C. Baker S, Millar CD. High coverage of the complete mitochondrial genome of the rare Gray’s beaked whale (Mesoplodon grayi) using Illumina next generation sequencing. Mitochondrial DNA. 2016 ;27(1):128 - 129.
Thompson KF, Millar CD, C. Baker S, Dalebout M, Steel DJ, van Helden AL, Constantine R. A novel conservation approach provides insights into the management of rare cetaceans. Biological Conservation [Internet]. 2013 ;157:331 - 340.
Thiele D, Chester ET, Moore SE, Širovic A, Hildebrand JA, Friedlaender A. Seasonal variability in whale encounters in the Western Antarctic Peninsula. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2004 ;51(17-19):2311 - 2325.
Thayer VG, Read AJ, Friedlaender A, Colby DR, Hohn AA, McLellan WA, D. Pabst A, Dearolf JL, Bowles NI, Russell JR, et al. Reproductive Seasonality of Western Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins off North Carolina, USA. Marine Mammal Science. 2003 ;19(4):617 - 629.
Tezanos-Pinto G, C. Baker S. Short-term reactions and long-term responses of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) to remote biopsy sampling. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research [Internet]. 2011 :1 - 17.