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Caballero S, C. Baker S. Captive-born intergeneric hybrid of a Guiana and bottlenose dolphin: Sotalia guianensis x Tursiops truncatus. Zoo Biology. 2009 .
Caballero S, Trujillo F, Vianna JA, Barrios-Garrido H, Montiel MG, Beltrán-Pedreros S, Marmontel M, Santos MC, Rossi M, Santo FR, et al. Taxonomic status of the genus Sotalia: species level ranking for “tucuxi” (Sotalia fluviatilis) and “costero” (Sotalia guianensis) dolphin. Marine Mammal Science. 2007 ;23:358-386.
Cade DE, Friedlaender A, Calambokidis J, Goldbogen JA. Kinematic Diversity in Rorqual Whale Feeding Mechanisms. Current Biology. 2016 ;26(19):2617 - 2624.
Calambokidis J, Evenson JR, Chandler TE, Steiger GH. Individual identification of gray whales in Puget Sound in 1991. Puget Sound Notes [Internet]. 1992 . http://www.cascadiaresearch.org/publications/individual-identification-gray-whales-puget-sound-1991
Calambokidis J, Steiger GH, Evenson JR, Flynn KR, Balcomb KC, Claridge DE, Bloedel P, Straley JM, C. Baker S, von Ziegesar O, et al. INTERCHANGE AND ISOLATION OF HUMPBACK WHALES OFF CALIFORNIA AND OTHER NORTH PACIFIC FEEDING GROUNDS. Marine Mammal Science. 1996 ;12(2):215 - 226.
Calambokidis J, Barlow J, Ford JKB, Chandler TE, Douglas AB. Insights into the population structure of blue whales in the Eastern North Pacific from recent sightings and photographic identification. Marine Mammal Science. 2009 ;25(4):816 - 832.
Campbell R, Gales NJ, Lento GM, C. Baker S. Islands in the sea: extreme female natal site fidelity in the Australian sea lion, Neophoca cinerea. Biology Letters. 2008 ;4(1):139-42.
Campbell R, Gales NJ, Lento GM, C. Baker S. Islands in the sea: extreme female natal site fidelity in the Australian sea lion, Neophoca cinerea. Biology Letters. 2007 ;4(1):139 - 142.
Canning C, Crain D, Eaton S, Nuessly K, Friedlaender A, Hurst T, Parks SE, Ware C, Wiley D, Weinrich M. Population-level lateralized feeding behavior in North Atlantic humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae). Animal Behaviour. 2011 ;82:901-909.
Capella J, Flórez-González L, Falk-Fernández P, Palacios DM. Regular appearance of otariid pinnipeds along the Colombian Pacific coast. Aquatic Mammals. 2002 ;28(1):67-72.
Carroll E, Rayment WJ, Alexander AM, C. Baker S, Patenaude NJ, Steel DJ, Constantine R, Cole R, Boren LJ, Childerhouse S. Reestablishment of former wintering grounds by New Zealand southern right whales. Marine Mammal Science. 2014 ;30(1):206 - 220.
Carroll E, Childerhouse S, CHRISTIE MARK, Lavery S, PATENAUDE NATHALIE, Alexander AM, Constantine R, Steel DJ, BOREN LAURA, C. Baker S. Paternity assignment and demographic closure in the New Zealand southern right whale. Molecular Ecology. 2012 ;21(16):3960 - 3973.
Carroll E, Patenaude N, Alexander AM, Steel DJ, Harcourt R, Childerhouse S, Smith S, Bannister J, Constantine R, C. Baker S. Population structure and individual movement of southern right whales around New Zealand and Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2011 ;432:257-268.
Carroll EL, Alderman R, BANNISTER JL, Bérubé M, Best PB, Boren L, C. Baker S, Constantine R, Findlay K, Harcourt R, et al. Incorporating non-equilibrium dynamics into demographic history inferences of a migratory marine species. Heredity. 2018 .
Carroll E, Patenaude NJ, Childerhouse S, Kraus SD, Fewster RM, C. Baker S. Abundance of the New Zealand subantarctic southern right whale population estimated from photo-identification and genotype mark-recapture. Marine Biology. 2011 ;158(11):2565 - 2575.
Carroll E, Brooks L, C. Baker S, Burns D, Garrigue C, Hauser N, Jackson JA, Poole MM, Fewster RM. Assessing the design and power of capture-recapture studies to estimate demographic parameters for the Endangered Oceania humpback whale population. Endangered Species Research. 2015 ;28(2):147 - 162.
Carroll E, Rayment WJ, Alexander AM, C. Baker S, Patenaude NJ, Steel DJ, Constantine R, Cole R, Boren LJ, Childerhouse S. Reestablishment of former wintering grounds by New Zealand southern right whales. Marine Mammal Science. 2014 ;30(1):206 - 220.
Carroll E, Fewster RM, Childerhouse S, Patenaude NJ, Boren L, C. Baker S. First Direct Evidence for Natal Wintering Ground Fidelity and Estimate of Juvenile Survival in the New Zealand Southern Right Whale Eubalaena australis. PLOS ONE. 2016 ;11(1):e0146590.
Carroll E, Childerhouse S, CHRISTIE MARK, Lavery S, PATENAUDE NATHALIE, Alexander AM, Constantine R, Steel DJ, BOREN LAURA, C. Baker S. Paternity assignment and demographic closure in the New Zealand southern right whale. Molecular Ecology. 2012 ;21(16):3960 - 3973.
Carroll E, C. Baker S, Watson M, Alderman R, Bannister J, Gaggiotti OE, Gröcke DR, Patenaude N, Harcourt R. Cultural traditions across a migratory network shape the genetic structure of southern right whales around Australia and New Zealand. Scientific Reports [Internet]. 2015 ;5:16182. http://www.nature.com/articles/srep16182
Carroll E, Patenaude N, Alexander AM, Steel DJ, Harcourt R, Childerhouse S, Smith S, Bannister J, Constantine R, C. Baker S. Population structure and individual movement of southern right whales around New Zealand and Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2011 ;432:257-268.
Carroll E, Childerhouse S, Fewster RM, Patenaude NJ, Steel DJ, Dunshea G, Boren L, C. Baker S. Accounting for female reproductive cycles in a superpopulation capture–recapture framework. Ecological Applications. 2013 ;23(7):1677 - 1690.
Cartwright R, Newton C, West KM, Rice JM, Niemeyer M, Burek K, Wilson A, Wall AN, Remonida-Bennett J, Tejeda A, et al. Tracking the Development of Muscular Myoglobin Stores in Mysticete Calves. PLOS ONE. 2016 ;11(1):e0145893.
Castellini MA, Davis RW, Davis MP, Horning M. Antarctic marine live under the McMurdo ice shelf: a link between nutrient influx and seal population. Polar Biology. 1984 ;2:229-231.
Clark CT, Fleming AH, Calambokidis J, Kellar NM, Allen CD, Catelani KN, Robbins M, Beaulieu NE, Steel DJ, Harvey JT. Heavy with child? Pregnancy status and stable isotope ratios as determined from biopsies of humpback whales. Conservation Physiology [Internet]. 2016 ;4(1):1 - 13. https://academic.oup.com/conphys/article-lookup/doi/10.1093/conphys/cow050http://academic.oup.com/conphys/article-pdf/4/1/cow050/18399269/cow050.pdf

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