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Tezanos-Pinto G, C. Baker S, Russell K, Martien KK, Baird RW, Hutt A, Stone G, Mignucci-Giannoni AA, Caballero S, Endo T, et al. A worldwide perspective on the population structure and genetic diversity of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in New Zealand. The Journal of Heredity. 2009 ;100(1):11-24.
Oremus M, Gales R, Dalebout ML, Funahashi N, Endo T, Kage T, Steel DJ, C. Baker S. Worldwide mitochondrial DNA diversity and phylogeography of pilot whales (Globicephala spp.). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 2009 ;98(4):729 - 744.
Rosenbaum H, Brownell RL, Brown MW, Schaeff C, Portway V, White BN, Malik S, Pastene LA, Patenaude NJ, C. Baker S, et al. World-wide genetic differentiation of Eubalaena: questioning the number of right whale species. Molecular Ecology. 2000 ;9(11):1793 - 1802.
Thompson K, C. Baker S, van Helden A, Patel S, Millar C, Constantine R. The world’s rarest whale. Current Biology [Internet]. 2012 ;22(21):R905 - R906. http://www.cell.com/current-biology/fulltext/S0960-9822%2812%2901059-7
Orben RA, Paredes R, Roby DD, Irons DB, Shaffer SA. Wintering North Pacific black-legged kittiwakes balance spatial flexibility and consistency. Movement Ecology. 2015 ;3(1):36.
Baylis AMM, Orben RA, Pistorius P, Brickle P, Staniland I, Ratcliffe N. Winter foraging site fidelity of king penguins breeding at the Falkland Islands. Marine Biology. 2015 ;162(1):99 - 110.
Gregr EJ, Palacios DM, Thompson A, Chan KMA. Why less complexity produces better forecasts: an independent data evaluation of kelp habitat models. Ecography. 2018 .
Costello MJ, C. Baker S. Who eats sea meat? Expanding human consumption of marine mammals. Biological Conservation. 2011 ;144(12):2745 - 2746.
Torres LG, Thompson DR, Bearhop S, Votier GA, Sagar PM, Robertson BC. White-capped albatrosses alter fine-scale foraging behavior patterns when associated with fishing vessels. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2011 ;428:289-301.
C. Baker S, Palumbi SR. Which Whales Are Hunted? A Molecular Genetic Approach to Monitoring Whaling. Science. 1994 ;265(5178):1538 - 1539.
Torres LG, Read AJ. Where to catch a fish? The influence of foraging tactics on the ecology of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in Florida Bay, Florida. Marine Mammal Science. 2009 ;25(4):797-815.
Tallmon DA, Gregovich DP, Waples RS, C. Baker S, Jackson J, Taylor BL, Archer E, Martien KK, Allendorf FW, Schwartz MK. When are genetic methods useful for estimating contemporary abundance and detecting population trends?. Molecular Ecology Resources [Internet]. 2010 ;10(4):684 - 692. http://www.fs.fed.us/rm/pubs_other/rmrs_2010_tallmon_d001.pdf
Alexander AM, Steel DJ, Hoekzema K, Mesnick S, Engelhaupt D, Kerr I, Payne R, C. Baker S. What influences the worldwide genetic structure of sperm whales (Physeter macrocephalus)?. Molecular Ecology. 2016 :n/a - n/a.
Hazen EL, Palacios DM, Forney KA, Howell EA, Becker E, Hoover AL, Irvine L, DeAngelis M, Bograd SJ, Mate B, et al. WhaleWatch: a dynamic management tool for predicting blue whale density in the California Current. Journal of Applied Ecology. 2016 .
Derville S, Torres LG, Albertson RG, Andrews O, C. Baker S, Carzon P, CONSTANTINE ROCHELLE, Donoghue M, Dutheil C, Gannier A, et al. Whales in warming water: Assessing breeding habitat diversity and adaptability in Oceania's changing climate. Global Change Biology. 2019 ;25(4):1466 - 1481.
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.
Friedlaender A, Halpin PN, Qian SS, Lawson GL, Wiebe PH, THIELE D, Read AJ. Whale distribution in relation to prey abundance and oceanographic processes in shelf waters of the Western Antarctic Peninsula. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2006 ;317:297 - 310.
Mate B. Watching habits and habitats from Earth satellites. Oceanus. 1989 ;32:14-18.

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