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Plankis B, Horning M, Ponto N, Brown L. Designing a dependable and fault-tolerant semiautonomous distributed control data collection network with opportunistic hierarchy. IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering. 2007 ;32(2):400-407.
Pitman RL, Totterdell JA, Fearnbach H, Ballance LT, Durban JW, Kemps H. Whale killers: Prevalence and ecological implications of killer whale predation on humpback whale calves off Western Australia. Marine Mammal Science. 2015 ;31(2):629 - 657.
Pitman RL, Ballance LT, Sironi M, Totterdell J, Towers JR, Wellard R. Enigmatic megafauna: type D killer whale in the Southern Ocean. Ecology. 2020 ;101(1).
Pitman RL, Ballance LT, Bost CA. Incidence of Wing Deformities (‘Angel Wing’) Among Masked Boobies at Clipperton Island: Life History Consequences and Insight into Etiology. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 2012 ;124(3):597 - 602.
Pitman RL, Palacios DM, Brennan PLR, Brennan BJ, Balcomb KC, Miyashita T. Sightings and Possible Identity of a Bottlenose Whale in the Tropical Indo-Pacific: Indopacetus Pacificus?. Marine Mammal Science. 1999 ;15(2):513-518.
Pitman RL, Durban JW, Joyce T, Fearnbach H, Panigada S, Lauriano G. Skin in the game: Epidermal molt as a driver of long‐distance migration in whales. Marine Mammal Science. 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
Pirotta E, Mangel M, Costa DP, Goldbogen J, Harwood J, Hin V, Irvine L, Mate B, McHuron EA, Palacios DM, et al. Anthropogenic disturbance in a changing environment: modelling lifetime reproductive success to predict the consequences of multiple stressors on a migratory population. Oikos. 2019 .
Pimper LE, C. Baker S, R. Goodall NP, Olavarria C, Remis MI. Mitochondrial DNA variation and population structure of Commerson’s dolphins (Cephalorhynchus commersonii) in their southernmost distribution. Conservation Genetics. 2010 ;11(6):2157 - 2168.
Pierszalowski SP, Ferrari M, Glockner-Ferrari D, Mizroch S, Clapham PJ, Dickerson BR. Investigating the feasibility of using DNA from sloughed skin for individual identification and kinship analysis in humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae). Marine Mammal Science. 2012 .
Pierszalowski SP, Gabriele CM, Steel DJ, Neilson JL, Vanselow PBS, Cedarleaf JA, Straley JM, C. Baker S. Local recruitment of humpback whales in Glacier Bay and Icy Strait, Alaska, over 30 years. Endangered Species Research [Internet]. 2016 ;31:177 - 189. http://www.int-res.com/abstracts/esr/v31/p177-189/
Pickett EP, Fraser WR, Patterson-Fraser DL, Cimino MA, Torres LG, Friedlaender A. Spatial niche partitioning may promote coexistence of Pygoscelis penguins as climate-induced sympatry occurs. Ecology and Evolution. 2018 :1-15.
Pichler FB, C. Baker S. Loss of genetic diversity in the endemic Hector's dolphin due to fisheries-related mortality. Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society. 2000 ;267(1438):97-102.
Petrauskas L, Atkinson S, Gulland F, Mellish J-AE, Horning M. Monitoring glucocorticoid response to rehabilitation and research procedures in California and Steller sea lions. Journal of Experimental Zoology. Part A, Ecological Genetics and Physiology. 2008 ;309(2):73-82.
Petrauskas L, Atkinson S. Variation of fecal corticosterone concentrations in captive Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) in relation to season and behavior. Aquatic Mammals. 2006 ;32:168-174.
Petrauskas L, Tuomi PA, Atkinson S. Noninvasive monitoring of stress hormone levels in a female Steller sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus) pup undergoing rehabilitation. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. 2006 ;37(1):75-78.
Peterson CH, Anderson SS, Cherr GN, Ambrose RF, Anghera S, Bay S, Blum M, Condon R, Dean TA, Graham M, et al. A Tale of Two Spills: Novel Science and Policy Implications of an Emerging New Oil Spill Model. BioScience. 2012 ;62(5):461 - 469.
Pérez-Alvarez MJosé, Olavarría C, Moraga R, C. Baker S, Hamner RM, Poulin E. Microsatellite Markers Reveal Strong Genetic Structure in the Endemic Chilean Dolphin. PLOS ONE. 2015 ;10(4):e0123956.
Pérez-Alvarez MJ, Olivarría C, Moraga R, C. Baker S, Hamner RM, Poulin E. Historical dimensions of population structure in a continuously distributed marine species: The case of the endemic Chilean dolphin. Scientific Reports [Internet]. 2016 ;6(1). http://www.nature.com/articles/srep35507
Pendleton GW, Pitcher KW, Fritz L, Raum-Suryan KL, Loughlin T, Calkins D, York AE, Hastings K, Gelatt T. Survival of Steller sea lions in Alaska: a comparison of increasing and decreasing populations. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 2006 ;84:1162-1172.
Patenaude NJ, Portway V, Schaeff C, Bannister J, Best PB, Payne R, Rowntree V, Rivarola M, C. Baker S. Mitochondrial DNA diversity and population structure among southern right whales (Eubalaena australis). Journal of Heredity. 2007 ;98:147-157.
Parks SE, Cusano DA, Stimpert AK, Weinrich MT, Friedlaender A, Wiley DN. Evidence for acoustic communication among bottom foraging humpback whales. Scientific Reports. 2014 ;4:7508.
Paredes R, Orben RA, Suryan RM, Irons DB, Roby DD, Harding AMA, Young RC, Benoit-Bird K, Ladd C, Renner H, et al. Foraging Responses of Black-Legged Kittiwakes to Prolonged Food-Shortages around Colonies on the Bering Sea Shelf. PLoS ONE. 2014 ;9(3):e92520.
Paredes R, Orben RA, Roby DD, Irons DB, Young R, Renner H, Tremblay Y, Will A, Harding AMA, Kitaysky AS. Foraging ecology during nesting influences body size in a pursuit-diving seabird. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2015 ;533:261 - 276.
Paredes R, Harding AMA, Irons DB, Roby DD, Suryan RM, Orben RA, Renner H, Young R, Kitaysky A. Proximity to multiple foraging habitats enhances seabirds’ resilience to local food shortages. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2012 ;471:253 - 269.

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