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Pitman RL, Fearnbach H, Durban JW. Abundance and population status of Ross Sea killer whales (Orcinus orca, type C) in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica: evidence for impact by commercial fishing?. Polar Biology. 2018 ;41(4):781 - 792.
Fearnbach H, Durban JW, Ellifrit DK, Pitman RL. Abundance of Type A killer whales (Orcinus orca) in the coastal waters off the western Antarctic Peninsula. Polar Biology. 2019 ;42(8):1477 - 1488.
Pitman RL, Deecke VB, Gabriele CM, Srinivasan M, Black N, Denkinger J, Durban JW, Mathews EA, Matkin DR, Neilson JL, et al. Humpback whales interfering when mammal-eating killer whales attack other species: Mobbing behavior and interspecific altruism?. Marine Mammal Science. 2017 ;33(1):7 - 58.
Foote AD, Martin MD, Louis M, Pacheco G, Robertson KM, Sinding M‐HS, Amaral AR, Baird RW, C. Baker S, Ballance LT, et al. Killer whale genomes reveal a complex history of recurrent admixture and vicariance. Molecular Ecology. 2019 ;28(14):3427-3444.
Joyce TW, Durban JW, Claridge DE, Dunn CA, Fearnbach H, Parsons KM, Andrews RD, Ballance LT. Physiological, morphological, and ecological tradeoffs influence vertical habitat use of deep-diving toothed-whales in the Bahamas Li S. PLOS ONE. 2017 ;12(10):e0185113.
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 .
Joyce TW, Durban JW, Fearnbach H, Claridge D, Ballance LT. Use of time-at-temperature data to describe dive behavior in five species of sympatric deep-diving toothed whales. Marine Mammal Science. 2016 ;32(3):1044 - 1071.
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.