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Gundersen DT, Duffield DA, Randall T, Wintle N, D’Alessandro DN, Rice JM, Shepherdson D. Organochlorine Contaminants in Blubber from Stranded Marine Mammals Collected from the Northern Oregon and Southern Washington Coasts: Implications for Re-introducing California Condors, Gymnogyps californianus, in Oregon. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 2013 ;90(3):269 - 273.
Griffith R, Wilson H, Goldman A, Pallin L, Wiley L, Johnston DW. The View from Below: An introductory handbook into marine conservation. Marine Conservation Ecology Group at Duke University Marine Laboratory; 2013.
Gregr EJ, Palacios DM, Thompson A, Chan KMA. Why less complexity produces better forecasts: an independent data evaluation of kelp habitat models. Ecography. 2018 .
Gregr EJ, Baumgartner MF, Laidre KL, Palacios DM. Marine mammal habitat models come of age: The emergence of ecological and management relevance. Endangered Species Research. 2013 ;22:205-212.
Goldbogen JA, Calambokidis J, Friedlaender A, Francis J, DeRuiter SL, Stimpert AK, Falcone E, Southall BL. Underwater acrobatics by the world's largest predator: 360° rolling manoeuvres by lunge-feeding blue whales. Biology Letters. 2012 .
Goldbogen J, Friedlaender A, Calambokidis J, McKenna MF, Simon M, Southall B. Integrative approaches to the study of baleen whale diving behavior, feeding performance, and foraging ecology. BioScience. 2013 ;63:90-100.
Goldbogen JA, Southall BL, DeRuiter SL, Calambokidis J, Friedlaender A, Hazen EL, Falcone EA, Schorr GS, Douglas A, Moretti DJ, et al. Blue whales respond to simulated mid-frequency military sonar. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 2013 ;280(1765).
Goldbogen JA, Stimpert AK, DeRuiter SL, Calambokidis J, Friedlaender A, Schorr GS, Moretti DJ, Tyack PL, Southall BL. Using accelerometers to determine the calling behavior of tagged baleen whales. Journal of Experimental Biology. 2014 ;217(14):2449 - 2455.
Goldbogen JA, Hazen EL, Friedlaender A, Calambokidis J, DeRuiter SL, Stimpert AK, Southall BL. Prey density and distribution drive the three-dimensional foraging strategies of the largest filter feeder. Functional Ecology. 2015 ;29(7):951 - 961.
Gendron D, I Serrano M, A de la Cruz U, Calambokidis J, Mate B. Long-term individual sighting history database: an effective tool to monitor satellite tag effects on cetaceans. Endangered Species Research. 2015 ;26(3):235 - 241.
Gende SM, Womble JN, Willson MF, Marston BH. Cooperative foraging by Steller sea lions. Canadian Field Naturalist. 2001 ;115:355-356.
Garrigue C, Dodemont R, Steel DJ, C. Baker S. Organismal and 'gametic' capture-recapture using microsatellite genotyping confirm low abundance and reproductive autonomy of humpback whales on the wintering grounds of New Caledonia. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2004 ;274:251-262.
Garrigue C, Constantine R, Poole MM, Hauser N, Clapham P, Donoghue M, Russell K, Paton D, Mattila DK, Robbins J, et al. Movement of individual humpback whales between wintering grounds of Oceania (South Pacific), 1999 to 2004. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management. 2011 ;(Special Issue 3):275-82.
Garrigue C, Franklin T, Constantine R, Russell K, Burns D, Poole MM, Paton D, Hauser N, Oremus M, Childerhouse S, et al. First assessment of interchange of humpback whales between Oceania and the east coast of Australia. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management. 2011 ;(Special Issue 3):269-74.
Gabriele CM, Neilson JL, Straley JM, C. Baker S, Cedarleaf JA, Saracco JF. Natural history, population dynamics, and habitat use of humpback whales over 30 years on an Alaska feeding ground. Ecosphere [Internet]. 2017 ;8(1):e01641. http://doi.wiley.com/10.1002/ecs2.1641