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Meck S, Jensen E, Bonn WV, Fradkin J. Health risks associated with pica: a craving for, and possible ingestion of, unnatural articles as food. IMATA Journal of Marine Mammals: Public Display and Research. 1998 .
Mellish J-A, Hindle A, Skinner J, Horning M. Heat loss in air of an Antarctic marine mammal, the Weddell seal. Journal of Comparative Physiology B. 2015 ;185(1):143-152.
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.
C. Baker S, Slade RW, Bannister J, Abernethy RB, Weinrich MT, LIEN J, Urbán-Ramirez J, CORKERON P, Calambokidis J, VASQUEZ O, et al. Hierarchical structure of mitochondrial DNA gene flow among humpback whales Megaptera novaeangliae, world-wide. Molecular Ecology. 1994 ;3(4):313 - 327.
Tezanos-Pinto G, Constantine R, Mourão F, Berghan J, C. Baker S. High calf mortality in bottlenose dolphins in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand-a local unit in decline. Marine Mammal Science. 2015 ;31(2):540 - 559.
Thompson KF, Patel S, Williams L, Tsai P, Constantine R, C. Baker S, Millar CD. High coverage of the complete mitochondrial genome of the rare Gray’s beaked whale (Mesoplodon grayi) using Illumina next generation sequencing. Mitochondrial DNA. 2016 ;27(1):128 - 129.
Le Boeuf BJ, H. M. P-C, Urbán-Ramirez J, Mate B, Ollervides UF. High gray whale mortality and low recruitment in 1999: potential causes and implications. Journal of Cetacean Research Management. 2000 ;2:85-99.
Wade PR, C. Baker S. High plausibility of Hypothesis III for stock structure of the western North Pacific minke. Panama City: International Whaling Commission; 2012.
Pallin L, C. Baker S, Steel DJ, Kellar NM, Robbins J, Johnston DW, Nowacek DP, Read AJ, Friedlaender A. High pregnancy rates in humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) around the Western Antarctic Peninsula, evidence of a rapidly growing population. Royal Society Open Science. 2018 ;5(5):180017.
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).
Jackson J, Patenaude NJ, Carroll E, C. Baker S. How few whales were there after whaling? Inference from contemporary mtDNA diversity. Molecular Ecology. 2008 ;17(1):236-51.
Kapoor A, Simmonds P, Slikas B, Li L, Bodhidatta L, Sethabutr O, Triki H, Bahri O, Oderinde BS, Baba MM, et al. Human bocaviruses are highly diverse, dispersed, recombination prone, and prevalent in enteric infections. The Journal of infectious diseases. 2010 ;201(11):1633-43.
Barlow J, Calambokidis J, Falcone EA, C. Baker S, Burdin AM, Clapham PJ, Ford JKB, Gabriele CM, LeDuc R, Mattila DK, et al. Humpback whale abundance in the North Pacific estimated by photographic capture-recapture with bias correction from simulation studies. Marine Mammal Science. 2011 ;27(4):793 - 818.
Stimpert AK, Peavey LE, Friedlaender A, Nowacek DP. Humpback Whale Song and Foraging Behavior on an Antarctic Feeding Ground. PLoS ONE. 2012 ;7(12):e51214.
de Moura JFulgencio, Rodrigues DP, Roges EM, Souza RL, Ott PH, Tavares M, Lemos LSoledade, Tavares DCastro, Siciliano S. Humpback whales washed ashore in southeastern Brazil from 1981 to 2011: stranding patterns and microbial pathogens survey. Biologia. 2013 ;68(5):992-999.
Davis RW, Fuiman LA, Williams TM, Collier SO, Hagey W, Kanatous SB, Kohin S, Horning M. Hunting behavior of a marine mammal beneath the antarctic fast Ice. Science (New York, N.Y.). 1999 ;283(5404):993-6.
Bailey H, Shillinger G, Palacios DM, Bograd S, Spotila J, Paladino F, Block B. Identifying and comparing phases of movement by leatherback turtles using state-space models. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 2008 ;356(1-2):128 - 135.
Weinstein BG, Double M, Gales N, Johnston DW, Friedlaender A. Identifying overlap between humpback whale foraging grounds and the Antarctic krill fishery. Biological Conservation. 2017 ;210:184 - 191.
Dick DM, Walbridge S, Wright DJ, Calambokidis J, Falcone EA, Steel DJ, Follett T, Holmberg J, C. Baker S. geneGIS : Geoanalytical Tools and Arc Marine Customization for Individual-Based Genetic Records. Transactions in GIS [Internet]. 2014 ;18(3):324 - 350.
Tollit DJ, Heaslip SG, Barrick RL, Trites AW. Impact of diet-index selection and the digestion of prey hard remains on determining the diet of the Steller sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus). Canadian Journal of Zoology. 2007 ;85(1):1 - 15.
Mate B. Implementation of Acoustic Dosimeters With Recoverable Month-Long GPS/TDR Tags to Interpret Controlled-Exposure Experiments for Large Whales. In: Popper AN, Hawkins A The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life. Vol. 730. The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life. Springer; 2012. pp. 203-205.
Torres LG, Rosel P, D'Agrosa C. Improving management of overlapping bottlenose dolphin ecotypes through spatial analysis and genetics. Marine Mammal Science. 2003 ;19(3):502-514.
Horning M, Mellish J-AE. In cold blood: evidence of Pacific sleeper shark (Somniosus pacificus) predation on Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) in the Gulf of Alaska. Fishery Bulletin [Internet]. 2014 ;112(4):297 - 310.
Tyson RB, Friedlaender A, Ware C, Stimpert AK, Nowacek DP. In synch? Humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) mother and calf foraging behaviour: insights from multi-sensor suction cup tags. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2012 .
C. Baker S, Lukoschek V, Lavery S, Dalebout ML, Ma Y-un, Endo T, Funahashi N. Incomplete reporting of whale, dolphin and porpoise ‘bycatch' revealed by molecular monitoring of Korean markets. Animal Conservation. 2006 ;9:474-482.