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Witteveen BH, Straley JM, von Ziegesar O, Steel DJ, C. Baker S. Abundance and mtDNA differentiation of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) in the Shumagin Islands, Alaska. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 2004 ;82:1352-1359.
Constantine R, Jackson JA, Steel DJ, C. Baker S, Brooks L, Burns D, Clapham P, Hauser N, Madon B, Mattila D, et al. Abundance of humpback whales in Oceania using photo-identification and microsatellite genotyping. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2012 ;453:249 - 261.
Carroll E, Patenaude NJ, Childerhouse S, Kraus SD, Fewster RM, C. Baker S. Abundance of the New Zealand subantarctic southern right whale population estimated from photo-identification and genotype mark-recapture. Marine Biology. 2011 ;158(11):2565 - 2575.
Carroll E, Childerhouse S, Fewster RM, Patenaude NJ, Steel DJ, Dunshea G, Boren L, C. Baker S. Accounting for female reproductive cycles in a superpopulation capture–recapture framework. Ecological Applications. 2013 ;23(7):1677 - 1690.
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.
Riekkola L, Zerbini AN, Andrews O, Andrews-Goff V, C. Baker S, Chandler D, Childerhouse S, Clapham P, Dodémont R, Donnelly D, et al. Application of a multi-disciplinary approach to reveal population structure and Southern Ocean feeding grounds of humpback whales. Ecological Indicators. 2018 ;89:455 - 465.
Ruegg KC, Anderson EC, C. Baker S, Vant MD, Jackson J, Palumbi SR. Are Antarctic minke whales unusually abundant because of 20th century whaling?. Molecular Ecology. 2010 ;19(2):281 - 291.
Carroll E, Brooks L, C. Baker S, Burns D, Garrigue C, Hauser N, Jackson JA, Poole MM, Fewster RM. Assessing the design and power of capture-recapture studies to estimate demographic parameters for the Endangered Oceania humpback whale population. Endangered Species Research. 2015 ;28(2):147 - 162.
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Caballero S, C. Baker S. Captive-born intergeneric hybrid of a Guiana and bottlenose dolphin: Sotalia guianensis x Tursiops truncatus. Zoo Biology. 2009 .
Sremba AL, Hancock-Hanser B, Branch TA, LeDuc RL, C. Baker S. Circumpolar Diversity and Geographic Differentiation of mtDNA in the Critically Endangered Antarctic Blue Whale (Balaenoptera musculus intermedia). PLoS ONE. 2012 ;7(3):e32579.
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.
C. Baker S, Chilvers BL, Constantine R, DuFresne S, Mattlin RH, van Helden A, Hitchmough R. Conservation status of New Zealand marine mammals (suborders Cetacea and Pinnipedia), 2009. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. 2010 ;44(2):101 - 115.
Endo T, Hisamichi Y, Kimura O, Haraguchi K, C. Baker S. Contamination levels of mercury and cadmium in melon-headed whales (Peponocephala electra) from a mass stranding on the Japanese coast. The Science of the Total Environment. 2008 ;401(1-3):73-80.
Hamner RM, Wade P, Oremus M, Stanley M, Brown P, Constantine R, C. Baker S. Critically low abundance and limits to human-related mortality for the Maui’s dolphin. Endangered Species Research. 2014 ;26:87-92.
Carroll E, C. Baker S, Watson M, Alderman R, Bannister J, Gaggiotti OE, Gröcke DR, Patenaude N, Harcourt R. Cultural traditions across a migratory network shape the genetic structure of southern right whales around Australia and New Zealand. Scientific Reports [Internet]. 2015 ;5:16182. http://www.nature.com/articles/srep16182
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Tezanos-Pinto G, Constantine R, Brooks L, Jackson JA, Mourão F, Wells S, C. Baker S. Decline in local abundance of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand. Marine Mammal Science. 2013 ;29(4):E390-E410.
Torres LG, Rayment W, Olavarría C, Thompson DR, Graham B, C. Baker S, PATENAUDE NATHALIE, Bury SJane, BOREN LAURA, Parker G, et al. Demography and ecology of southern right whales Eubalaena australis wintering at sub-Antarctic Campbell Island, New Zealand. Polar Biology [Internet]. 2017 ;40(1):95-106. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00300-016-1926-x
Morin PA, Foote AD, C. Baker S, Hancock-Hanser BL, Kaschner K, Mate B, Mesnick SL, Pease VL, Rosel PE, Alexander A. Demography or selection on linked cultural traits or genes? Investigating the driver of low mtDNA diversity in the sperm whale using complementary mitochondrial and nuclear genome analyses. Molecular Ecology. 2018 ;27(suppl. 1):2604-2619.
Robineau D, Goodall RNP, Pichler FB, C. Baker S. Description of a new subspecies of Commerson's dolphin, Cephalorhynchus commersonii (Lacépède, 1804), inhabiting the coastal waters of the Kerguelen Islands. Mammalia. 2007 ;71:172-180.
Oremus M, Hamner RM, Stanley M, Brown P, C. Baker S, Constantine R. Distribution, group characteristics and movements of the Critically Endangered Maui’s dolphin Cephalorhynchus hectori maui. Endangered Species Research [Internet]. 2012 ;19(1):1 - 10. http://www.int-res.com/abstracts/esr/v19/n1/p1-10/
Dalebout ML, C. Baker S, Steel DJ, Robertson KM, Chivers SJ, Perrin WF, Mead JG, Grace RV, Schofield TD. A divergent mtDNA lineage among Mesoplodon beaked whales: Molecular evidence for a new species in the tropical pacific?. Marine Mammal Science. 2007 ;23:954-966.
C. Baker S, Vant MD, Dalebout ML, Lento GM, O'Brien SJ, Yuhki N. Diversity and duplication of DQB and DRB-like genes of the MHC in baleen whales (Suborder: Mysticeti). Immunogenetics. 2006 ;58:283-296.
Barlow DR, Torres LG, Hodge KB, Steel DJ, C. Baker S, Chandler TE, Bott N, Constantine R, Double M, Gill P, et al. Documentation of a New Zealand blue whale population based on multiple lines of evidence. Endangered Species Research. 2018 ;36:27-40.

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