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Freshwater DW, Montgomery F, Greene JK, Hamner RM, Williams M, Whitfield PE. Distribution and identification of an invasive Gracilaria species that is hampering commercial fishing operations in southeastern North Carolina, USA. Biological Invasions. 2006 ;8:631-637.
Oremus M, Hamner RM, Stanley M, Brown P, C. Baker S, Constantine R. Distribution, group characteristics and movements of the Critically Endangered Maui’s dolphin Cephalorhynchus hectori maui. Endangered Species Research [Internet]. 2012 ;19(1):1 - 10. http://www.int-res.com/abstracts/esr/v19/n1/p1-10/
Leduc D, Rowden AA, Torres LG, Nodder SD, Pallentin A. Distribution of macro-infaunal communities in phosphorite nodule deposits on Chatham Rise, Southwest Pacific: Implications for management of seabed mining. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers. 2015 ;99:105 - 118.
Staaf DJ, Redfern JV, Gilly WF, Watson W, Ballance LT. Distribution of ommastrephid paralarvae in the eastern Tropical Pacific. Fishery Bulletin. 2013 ;111(1).
Womble JN, Willson MF, Sigler MF, Kelly BP, VanBlaricom GR. Distribution of Steller sea lions Eumetopias jubatus in relation to spring-spawning fish in SE Alaska. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2005 ;294:271 - 282.
Krutzikowsky GK, Mate B. Dive and surfacing characteristics of bowhead whales (Balaena mysticetus) in the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 2000 ;78:1182-1198.
Womble JN, Gende SM, Blundell GM. Dive behavior of a harbor seal in the presence of transient killer whales in Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska. Marine Mammal Science. 2007 ;23:203-208.
Lagerquist BA, Stafford KM, Mate B. Dive characteristics of satellite-monitored blue whales (Balaenoptera musculus) off the central California coast. Marine Mammal Science. 2000 ;16:375-391.
Dalebout ML, C. Baker S, Steel DJ, Robertson KM, Chivers SJ, Perrin WF, Mead JG, Grace RV, Schofield TD. A divergent mtDNA lineage among Mesoplodon beaked whales: Molecular evidence for a new species in the tropical pacific?. Marine Mammal Science. 2007 ;23:954-966.
C. Baker S, Vant MD, Dalebout ML, Lento GM, O'Brien SJ, Yuhki N. Diversity and duplication of DQB and DRB-like genes of the MHC in baleen whales (Suborder: Mysticeti). Immunogenetics. 2006 ;58:283-296.
Baylis AMM, Orben RA, Arnould JPY, Peters K, Knox T, Costa DP, Staniland IJ. Diving deeper into individual foraging specializations of a large marine predator, the southern sea lion. Oecologia. 2015 ;179(4):1053-1065.
Hindle AJ, Horning M, Mellish J-AE, Lawler JM. Diving into old age: muscular senescence in a large-bodied, long-lived mammal, the Weddell seal (Leptonychotes weddellii). The Journal of Experimental Biology. 2009 ;212(Pt 6):790-6.
Womble JN, Horning M, Lea M-A, Rehberg MJ. Diving into the analysis of time–depth recorder and behavioural data records: A workshop summary. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2013 ;88-89:61 - 64.
Barlow DR, Torres LG, Hodge KB, Steel DJ, C. Baker S, Chandler TE, Bott N, Constantine R, Double M, Gill P, et al. Documentation of a New Zealand blue whale population based on multiple lines of evidence. Endangered Species Research. 2018 ;36:27-40.
MacKay JWB, Alexander AM, Hauber ME, Murphy EC, Clout MN. Does genetic variation among invasive house mice in New Zealand affect eradication success?. New Zealand Journal of Ecology [Internet]. 2013 ;37(1):18-25. http://www.newzealandecology.org/nzje/abstract.php?volume_issue=j37_1&pdf_filename=NZJEcol37_1_18.pdf&uniqueID=3064
Harding A, Paredes R, Suryan R, Roby D, Irons D, Orben RA, Renner H, Young R, Barger C, Dorresteijn I, et al. Does location really matter? An inter-colony comparison of seabirds breeding at varying distances from productive oceanographic features in the Bering Sea. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2013 ;94:178 - 191.
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.
Abrahms B, Welch H, Brodie S, Jacox MG, Becker EA, Bograd SJ, Irvine L, Palacios DM, Mate B, Hazen EL. Dynamic ensemble models to predict distributions and anthropogenic risk exposure for highly mobile species Beger M. Diversity and Distributions. 2019 .
Pirotta E, Mangel M, Costa DP, Mate B, Goldbogen JA, Palacios DM, Hückstädt LA, McHuron EA, Schwarz L, New L. A Dynamic State Model of Migratory Behavior and Physiology to Assess the Consequences of Environmental Variation and Anthropogenic Disturbance on Marine Vertebrates. The American Naturalist [Internet]. 2018 :E40-E56. http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/10.1086/695135
Palacios DM. Earlier observations of presumed Galápagos sea lions, Zalophus californianus wollebaeki, from coastal Ecuador. Marine Mammal Science. 1996 ;12(3):497.
Palacios DM, Bailey H, Becker EA, Bograd SJ, DeAngelis ML, Forney KA, Hazen EL, Irvine L, Mate B. Ecological correlates of blue whale movement behavior and its predictability in the California Current Ecosystem during the summer-fall feeding season. Movement Ecology. 2019 ;7(1).
Friedlaender A, Johnston DW, Fraser WR, Burns J, N. HPatrick, Costa DP. Ecological niche modeling of sympatric krill predators around Marguerite Bay, Western Antarctic Peninsula. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2011 ;58(13-16):1729 - 1740.
Barragán-Barrera DC, Amaral KBohrer do, Chávez-Carreño PAlejandra, Farías-Curtidor N, Lancheros-Neva ío, Botero-Acosta N, Bueno P, Moreno IBenites, Bolaños-Jiménez J, Bouveret L, et al. Ecological Niche Modeling of Three Species of Stenella Dolphins in the Caribbean Basin, With Application to the Seaflower Biosphere Reserve. Frontiers in Marine Science. 2019 ;6.
Martin SL, Ballance LT, Groves T. An Ecosystem Services Perspective for the Oceanic Eastern Tropical Pacific: Commercial Fisheries, Carbon Storage, Recreational Fishing, and Biodiversity. Frontiers in Marine Science. 2016 ;3.
Heaslip SG, Hooker SK. Effect of animal-borne camera and flash on the diving behaviour of the female Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella). Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers. 2008 ;55(9):1179 - 1192.

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