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Hazen EL, Friedlaender A, Goldbogen JA. Blue whales (Balaenoptera musculus) optimize foraging efficiency by balancing oxygen use and energy gain as a function of prey density. Science Advances [Internet]. 2015 ;1(9). http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/1/9/e1500469.full
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.
Heaslip SG, Iverson SJ, W. Bowen D, James MC. Jellyfish Support High Energy Intake of Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea): Video Evidence from Animal-Borne Cameras. PLoS ONE. 2012 ;7(3):e33259.
Heaslip SG, W. Bowen D, Iverson SJ. Testing predictions of optimal diving theory using animal-borne video from harbour seals (Phoca vitulina concolor ). Canadian Journal of Zoology. 2014 ;92(4):309 - 318.
Hedrick PW, Allendorf FW, C. Baker S. Estimation of Male Gene Flow from Measures of Nuclear and Female Genetic Differentiation. Journal of Heredity. 2013 ;104(5):713 - 717.
Heimeier D, C. Baker S, Duignan PJ, Russell K, Hutt A, Stone G. Confirmed expression of MHC class I and class II genes in the New Zealand endemic Hector's dolphin (Cephalorhynchus hectori). Marine Mammal Science. 2009 ;25:68-90.
Herzing DL, Mate B. Ocean movements of radio tagged gray whales. In: Jones ML, Swartz S, Leatherwood S The Gray Whale. The Gray Whale. Academic Press; 1984. pp. 577-589.
Herzing DL, Mate B. Gray whale migrations along the Oregon coast, 1978-1981. In: Jones ML, Swartz S, Leatherwood S The Gray Whale. The Gray Whale. Academic Press; 1984. pp. 289-307.
Hickey AJR, Lavery S, Hannan DA, C. Baker S, Clements KD. New Zealand triplefin fishes (family Tripterygiidae): contrasting population structure and mtDNA diversity within a marine species flock. Molecular Ecology. 2009 ;18(4):680-96.
Hindle AJ, Lawler JM, Campbell KL, Horning M. Muscle senescence in short-lived wild mammals, the soricine shrews Blarina brevicauda and Sorex palustris. Journal of Experimental Zoology. Part A, Ecological Genetics and Physiology. 2009 ;311(5):358-67.
Hindle AJ, Lawler JM, Campbell KL, Horning M. Muscle aging and oxidative stress in wild-caught shrews. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part B, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology. 2010 ;155(4):427-34.
Hindle AJ, Mellish J-AE, Horning M. Aerobic dive limit does not decline in an aging pinniped. J. Exp. Zoology. 2011 ;315A:544-552.
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.
Hindle AJ, Horning M. Energetics of breath-hold hunting: modeling the effects of aging on foraging success in the Weddell seal. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 2010 ;264(3):673-82.
Hindle A, Horning M, Mellish J-AE. Estimating total body heat dissipation in air and water from skin surface heat flux telemetry in Weddell seals. Animal Biotelemetry [Internet]. 2015 ;3:50. http://www.animalbiotelemetry.com/content/3/1/50
Hitchmough R, C. Baker S, Chilvers BL, Constantine R, DuFresne S, Mattlin R, van Helden A. New Zealand Threat Classification System: reply to Breen and Middleton. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. 2013 ;47(4):599 - 602.
Holdman AK, Haxel JH, Klinck H, Torres LG. Acoustic monitoring reveals the times and tides of harbor porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) distribution off central Oregon, U.S.A. Marine Mammal Science. 2019 ;35(1):164 - 186.
Hollatz C, Flach L, C. Baker S, Santos FR. Microsatellite data reveal fine genetic structure in male Guiana dolphins (Sotalia guianesis) in two geographically close embayments at south-eastern coast of Brazil. Marine Biology. 2011 ;158(4):927 - 933.
Hollatz C, VILAÇA SIBELLETORRES, REDONDO RODRIGOAF, Marmontel M, C. Baker S, Santos FR. The Amazon River system as an ecological barrier driving genetic differentiation of the pink dolphin (Inia geoffrensis). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 2011 ;102(4):812 - 827.
Hooker SK, Heaslip SG, Matthiopoulos J, Cox O, Boyd IL. Data Sampling Options for Animal-Borne Video Cameras: Considerations Based on Deployments with Antarctic Fur Seals. Marine Technology Society Journal. 2008 ;42(2):65 - 75.
Horning M, Trillmich F. Development of hemoglobin, hematocrit and erythrocyte values in Galapagos fur seals. Marine Mammal Science. 1997 ;13:100-113.
Horning M, Mellish J-AE. Spatially explicit detection of predation on individual pinnipeds from implanted post-mortem satellite data transmitters. Endangered Species Research [Internet]. 2009 ;10:135-143. http://www.int-res.com/articles/esr2010/10/n010p135.pdf
Horning M. Constraint lines and performance envelopes in behavioral physiology: the case of the aerobic dive limit. Frontiers in Physiology [Internet]. 2012 ;3. http://www.frontiersin.org/aquatic_physiology/10.3389/fphys.2012.00381/abstract?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Physiology-w39-2012
Horning M, Collatz KG. First description of the glycolytic oscillator of a insect, the blowfly Phormia terrae-novae. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B. 1990 ;95:613-618.
Horning M, F T. Lunar cycles in diel prey migrations exert stronger effect on diving of juveniles than adult Galápagos fur seals. Proceedings of the Royal Society (London). 1999 ;B-266 (1424):148-154.

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