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Shuert C, Horning M, Mellish J-A. The Effect of Novel Research Activities on Long-term Survival of Temporarily Captive Steller Sea Lions (Eumetopias jubatus) Crocker DE. PLOS ONE [Internet]. 2015 ;10(11):e0141948.
Shillinger GL, Palacios DM, Bailey H, Bograd SJ, Swithenbank AM, Gaspar P, Wallace BP, Spotila JR, Paladino FV, Piedra R, et al. Persistent Leatherback Turtle Migrations Present Opportunities for Conservation. PLoS Biology. 2008 ;6(7):e171.
Scott MD, Wells RS, Irvine AB, Mate B. Tagging and marking studies on small cetaceans. In: Reeves RR, Leatherwood S The Bottlenose Dolphin. The Bottlenose Dolphin. Academic Press; 1990. pp. 489-514.
Scordino J, Mate B. Bycatch and Ship Strikes of Gray Whales on US West Coast 1990–2010 and in British Columbia 1990–95.; 2012 pp. 352-7.
Schramm Y, Mesnick SL, Rosa J, Palacios DM, Lowry MS, Aurioles-Gamboa D, Snell HM, Escorza-Treviño S. Phylogeography of California and Galápagos sea lions and population structure within the California sea lion. Marine Biology. 2009 ;156(7):1375 - 1387.
Schmitt NT, Double MC, Jarman SN, Gales N, Marthick JR, Polanowski AM, C. Baker S, Steel DJ, K. Jenner CS, Jenner M-NM, et al. Low levels of genetic differentiation characterize Australian humpback whale ( Megaptera novaeangliae ) populations. Marine Mammal Science. 2014 ;30(1):221 - 241.
Schmitt NT, Double MC, C. Baker S, Steel DJ, Jenner KCS, Jenner MN, Paton D, Gales R, Jarman SN, Gales N, et al. Low levels of genetic differentiation characterize Australian humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) populations. Panama City: International Whaling Commission; 2012.
Schick RS, Halpin PN, Read AJ, Slay CS, Kraus SD, Mate B, Baumgartner MF, Roberts JJ, Good CP, Best BD, et al. Striking the right balance in right whale conservation. Can. J. Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 2009 ;66:1399-1403.
Scheidat M, Friedlaender A, Kock K-H, Lehnert L, Boebel O, Roberts J, Williams R. Cetacean surveys in the Southern Ocean using icebreaker-supported helicopters. Polar Biology. 2011 ;34(10):1513-1522.
Savage A, Rice JM, Brangan JM, Martini DP, Pugh JA. The performance of African elephants (Loxodonta africana) and California sea lions (Zalophus californianus) on a two-choice object discrimination task. Zoo Biology. 1994 ;13:69-75.
Santos MC, Olavarria C, Borobia M, Caballero S, Secchi ER, Siciliano S, Palacios DM. A Tale of Two Dolphins: Introduction to the Special Volume on the Biology and Conservation of Neotropical Dolphins of the Genus Sotalia. Latin American Journal of Aquatic Mammals. 2010 ;8(1-2):9-23.
Sampson K, Merigo C, Lagueux K, Rice JM, Cooper R, E. III SWeber, Kass P, Mandelman J, Innis C. Clinical assessment and postrelease monitoring of 11 mass stranded dolphins on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Marine Mammal Science [Internet]. 2012 .
Ruegg K, Rosenbaum HC, Anderson EC, Engel M, Rothschild A, C. Baker S, Palumbi SR. Long-term population size of the North Atlantic humpback whale within the context of worldwide population structure. Conservation Genetics. 2013 ;14(1):103 - 114.
Ruegg KC, Anderson EC, C. Baker S, Vant MD, Jackson J, Palumbi SR. Are Antarctic minke whales unusually abundant because of 20th century whaling?. Molecular Ecology. 2010 ;19(2):281 - 291.
May-Collado LJ, Amador-Caballero M, Casas JJulio, Gamboa-Poveda MP, Garita-Alpízar F, Gerrodette T, González-Barrientos R, Hernández-Mora G, Palacios DM, Palacios-Alfaro JD, et al. Advances in Marine Vertebrate Research in Latin America: Ecology and Conservation of Cetaceans of Costa Rica and Panama. (Rossi-Santos MR, Finkl CW). Cham: Springer International Publishing; 2017 pp. 293-319.
Rosenbaum HC, Maxwell S, Kershaw F, Mate B. Long-Range Movement of Humpback Whales and Their Overlap with Anthropogenic Activity in the South Atlantic Ocean. Conservation Biology. 2014 ;28(2):604–615.
Rosenbaum H, Brownell RL, Brown MW, Schaeff C, Portway V, White BN, Malik S, Pastene LA, Patenaude NJ, C. Baker S, et al. World-wide genetic differentiation of Eubalaena: questioning the number of right whale species. Molecular Ecology. 2000 ;9(11):1793 - 1802.
Rosenbaum HC, Kershaw F, Mendez M, Pomilla C, Leslie MS, Findlay KP, Best PB, Collins T, Vely M, Engel MH, et al. First circumglobal assessment of Southern Hemisphere humpback whale mitochondrial genetic variation and implications for management. Endangered Species Research [Internet]. 2017 ;32:551 - 567.
Robineau D, Goodall RNP, Pichler FB, C. Baker S. Description of a new subspecies of Commerson's dolphin, Cephalorhynchus commersonii (Lacépède, 1804), inhabiting the coastal waters of the Kerguelen Islands. Mammalia. 2007 ;71:172-180.
Robbins J, Rosa LDalla, Allen JM, Matilla DK, Secchi ER, Friedlaender A, Stevick PT, Nowacek DP. Mammalian migration record: implications for the recovery of an endangered species. Endangered Species Research. 2011 ;13:117-121.
Risch D, Gales NJ, Gedamke J, Kindermann L, Nowacek DP, Read AJ, Siebert U, Van Opzeeland IC, Van Parijs SM, Friedlaender A. Mysterious bio-duck sound attributed to the Antarctic minke whale (Balaenoptera bonaerensis). Biology Letters [Internet]. 2014 ;10(4):20140175 - 20140175.
Riekkola L, Zerbini AN, Andrews O, Andrews-Goff V, C. Baker S, Chandler D, Childerhouse S, Clapham P, Dodémont R, Donnelly D, et al. Application of a multi-disciplinary approach to reveal population structure and Southern Ocean feeding grounds of humpback whales. Ecological Indicators. 2018 ;89:455 - 465.
Rice JM. Environmental enrichment through husbandry and research: An integrated approach. Humane Innovations and Alternatives. 1995 ;8:597-600.
Rice DW, Wolman AA, Mate B, Harvey JT. A MASS STRANDING OF SPERM WHALES IN OREGON: SEX AND AGE COMPOSITION OF THE SCHOOL. Marine Mammal Science. 1986 ;2(1):64 - 69.
Rice JM, Rubinstein B. The New England Aquarium’s Responses to Marine Mammal Strandings. Historic Nantucket. 1998 ;47:9-10.