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Pitman, R. L. (2013). Review: Marine Mammal Species of India. Marine Mammal Science, 29(4), 777 - 779. presented at the 10/2013. doi:10.1111/mms.12061
Pitman, R. L., & Stinchcomb, C.. (2002). Rough-Toothed Dolphins (Steno bredanensis) as Predators of Mahimahi (Coryphaena hippurus). Pacific Science, 56(4), 447 - 450. presented at the 09/2002. doi:10.1353/psc.2002.0043
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Fraser, W. R., Pitman, R. L., & Ainley, D. G.. (1989). Seabird and fur seal responses to vertically migrating winter krill swarms in Antarctica. Polar Biology, 10(1). presented at the 10/1989. doi:10.1007/BF00238288
Au, D. W. K., & Pitman, R. L.. (1986). Seabird Interactions with Dolphins and Tuna in the Eastern Tropical Pacific. The Condor, 88(3), 304 - 317. presented at the 08/1986. doi:10.2307/1368877
Au, D. W. K., & Pitman, R. L.. (1988). Seabird relationships with tropical tunas and dolphins. In Seabirds and other marine vertebrates. Competition, predation and other interactions (pp. 174-212). New York: Columbia University Press.
Sekiguchi, K., Olavarria, C., Morse, L., Olson, P., Ensor, P., Matsuoka, K., et al.. (2006). The spectacled porpoise (Phocoena dioptrica) in Antarctic waters. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management, 8(3), 265-271.
Everett, W. T., & Pitman, R. L.. (1993). Status and conservation of shearwaters of the North Pacific. In The status, ecology, and conservation of marine birds of the North Pacific (pp. 93-100). Ottawa: Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada.
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Krahn, M. M., Pitman, R. L., Burrows, D. G., Herman, D. P., & Pearce, R. W.. (2008). Use of chemical tracers to assess diet and persistent organic pollutants in Antarctic Type C killer whales. Marine Mammal Science, 24(3), 643 - 663. presented at the 07/2008. doi:10.1111/j.1748-7692.2008.00213.x
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Bearzi, G., Kerem, D., Furey, N. B., Pitman, R. L., Rendell, L., & Reeves, R. R.. (2018). Whale and dolphin behavioural responses to dead conspecifics. Zoology, 128, 1 - 15. presented at the 06/2018. doi:10.1016/j.zool.2018.05.003
Wade, P. R., Kennedy, A., LeDuc, R., Barlow, J., Carretta, J., Shelden, K., et al.. (2010). The world's smallest whale population?. Biology Letters, 7(1), 83 - 85. presented at the 06/2010. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2010.0477

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