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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, 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, 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, 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.
Torres LG, Read AJ. Where to catch a fish? The influence of foraging tactics on the ecology of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in Florida Bay, Florida. Marine Mammal Science. 2009 ;25(4):797-815.
Torres LG, Rayment W, Olavarría C, Thompson DR, Graham B, C. Baker S, PATENAUDE NATHALIE, Bury SJane, BOREN LAURA, Parker G, et al. Demography and ecology of southern right whales Eubalaena australis wintering at sub-Antarctic Campbell Island, New Zealand. Polar Biology [Internet]. 2017 ;40(1):95-106. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00300-016-1926-x
Torres LG, Nieukirk SL, Lemos LSoledade, Chandler TE. Drone Up! Quantifying Whale Behavior From a New Perspective Improves Observational Capacity. Frontiers in Marine Science. 2018 ;5.
Torres LG, Sagar PM, Thompson DR, Phillips RA. Scaling-down the analysis of seabird-fishery interactions. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2013 ;473:275-289.
Torres LG, McLellan WA, Meagher EM, Pabst DA. Seasonal distribution and relative abundance of bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops truncatus, along the US mid-Atlantic Coast. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management. 2005 ;7(2).
Torres LG. A sense of scale: Foraging cetaceans' use of scale-dependent multimodal sensory systems. Marine Mammal Science [Internet]. 2017 ;33(3). http://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/mms.12426
Tyson RB, Friedlaender A, Ware C, Stimpert AK, Nowacek DP. In synch? Humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) mother and calf foraging behaviour: insights from multi-sensor suction cup tags. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2012 .
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Wade PR, C. Baker S. High plausibility of Hypothesis III for stock structure of the western North Pacific minke. Panama City: International Whaling Commission; 2012. http://iwcoffice.org/sc64docs
Waite JN, Schrader WJ, Mellish J-AE, Horning M. Three-dimensional photogrammetry as a tool for estimating morphometrics and body mass of Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus). Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences. 2007 ;64:296-303.
Walker KA, Horning M, Mellish J-AE, Weary DM. Behavioural responses of juvenile Steller sea lions to abdominal surgery: Developing an assessment of post-operative pain. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 2009 ;120:201-207.
Walker KA, Horning M, Mellish J-AE, Weary DM. The effects of two analgesic regimes on behavior after abdominal surgery in Steller sea lions. The Veterinary Journal. 2011 ;190:160-164.
Ware C, Friedlaender A, Nowacek DP. Shallow and deep lunge feeding of humpback whales in fjords of the West Antarctic Peninsula. Marine Mammal Science. 2010 ;27(3):587-605.
Ware C, Wiley DN, Friedlaender A, Weinrich M, Hazen EL, Bocconcelli A, Parks SE, Stimpert AK, Thompson MA, Abernathy K. Bottom side-roll feeding by humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) in the southern Gulf of Maine, U.S.A. Marine Mammal Science. 2013 ;30(2):494-511.
Warlick AJ, Duffield DA, Lambourn DM, Jeffries SJ, Rice JM, Gaydos JK, Huggins JL, Calambokidis J, Lahner LL, Olson J, et al. Spatio-Temporal Characterization of Pinniped Strandings and Human Interaction Cases in the Pacific Northwest, 1991-2016. Aquatic Mammals. 2018 ;44(3):299 - 318.

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