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Horning M, Trillmich F. Ontogeny of diving behaviour in the Galapagos fur seal. Behaviour. 1997 ;134:1211-1257.
Horning M, Hill RD. Designing an archival satellite transmitter for life-long deployments on oceanic vertebrates: The Life History Transmitter. IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering. 2005 ;30:807-817.
Horning M, Mellish J-AE. Predation on an Upper Trophic Marine Predator, the Steller Sea Lion: Evaluating High Juvenile Mortality in a Density Dependent Conceptual Framework. PLoS ONE. 2012 ;7(1): e30173.
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.
Hückstädt LA, Tift MS, Riet-Sapriza F, Franco-Trecu V, Baylis AMM, Orben RA, Arnould JPY, Sepulveda M, Santos M, Burns JM, et al. Regional variability in diving physiology and behavior in a widely distributed air-breathing marine predator, the South American sea lion Otaria byronia. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 2016 :jeb.138677.
Huggins JL, Raverty SA, Norman SA, Calambokidis J, Gaydos JK, Duffield DA, Lambourn DM, Rice JM, Hanson B, Wilkinson K, et al. Increased harbor porpoise mortality in the Pacific Northwest, USA: understanding when higher levels may be normal. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 2015 ;115(2):93 - 102.
Humphries GRW, Flemming SA, Gladics AJ, Hammer S, Hart KA, Hirata K, Antolos M, Kappes PJ, Magnusdottir E, Major HL, et al. Bridging the gap from student to senior scientist: recommendations for engaging early-career scientists in professional biological societies. Marine Ornithology [Internet]. 2016 ;44(2):157-166. http://www.marineornithology.org/PDF/44_2/44_2_157-166.pdf
Hunt KE, Lysiak NS, Robbins J, Moore MJ, Seton RE, Torres LG, C Buck L. Multiple steroid and thyroid hormones detected in baleen from eight whale species. Conservation Physiology. 2017 ;5(1).
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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.
Jackson JA, Laikre L, C. Baker S, Kendall KC. Guidelines for collecting and maintaining archives for genetic monitoring. Conservation Genetics Resources. 2012 ;4(2):527 - 536.
Jackson JA, Steel DJ, Beerli P, Congdon BC, Olavarria C, Leslie MS, Pomilla C, Rosenbaum H, C. Baker S. Global diversity and oceanic divergence of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae). Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 2014 ;281(1786):20133222.
Jackson J, C. Baker S, Vant MD, Steel DJ, MEDRANO-GONZALEZ L, Palumbi SR. Big and slow: phylogenetic estimates of molecular evolution in baleen whales (suborder mysticeti). Molecular Biology and Evolution. 2009 ;26(11):2427-40.
Jackson J, Pinsky ML, C. Baker S. Erratum. How few whales were there after whaling? Inference from contemporary mtDNA diversity. Molecular Ecology. 2009 ;18(19):4134-5.
Jackson JA, Carroll E, Smith TD, Zerbini AN, Patenaude NJ, C. Baker S. An integrated approach to historical population assessment of the great whales: case of the New Zealand southern right whale. Royal Society Open Science. 2016 ;3(3):150669.
Jackson JA, Anderson M, Steel DJ, Brooks L, Baverstock P, Burns D, Clapham P, Constantine R, Franklin W, Franklin T, et al. Multistate measurements of genotype interchange between east Australia and Oceania (IWC breeding sub-stocks E1, E2, E3 and F) between 1999 and 2004. Panama City: International Whaling Commission; 2012. http://iwcoffice.org/sc64docs
Jiménez-Pinedo C, Domínguez-García C, Pardo MA, Trujillo F, Ávila JM, Palacios DM. Cetacean ocurrence in the Tayrona National Park, a marine protected area in the Colombian Caribbean. Latin American Journal of Aquatic Mammals. 2011 ;9(2):154-159.
Johansson M, Duda E, Sremba AL, Banks M, Peterson W. Assessing population-level variation in the mitochondrial genome of Euphausia superba using 454 next-generation sequencing. Molecular Biology Reports. 2012 ;39(5):5755 - 5760.
Johansson ML, Sremba AL, Feinberg LR, Banks MA, Peterson WT. The mitochondrial genomes of Euphausia pacifica and Thysanoessa raschii sequenced using 454 next-generation sequencing, with a phylogenetic analysis of their position in the Malacostracan family tree. Molecular Biology Reports. 2012 ;39(9):9009 - 9021.
Johnston DW, Friedlaender A, Torres LG, Lavigne DM. Variation in ice cover on the east coast of Canada, 1969-2002: climate variability and implications for harp and hooded seals. Journal of Climate Research. 2005 ;29:209-222.
Johnston DW, Bowers MT, Friedlaender A, Lavigne DM. The Effects of Climate Change on Harp Seals (Pagophilus groenlandicus). PLoS ONE. 2012 ;7(1):e29158.

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