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Everett WT, Pitman RL. Status and conservation of shearwaters of the North Pacific. In: The status, ecology, and conservation of marine birds of the North Pacific. The status, ecology, and conservation of marine birds of the North Pacific. Ottawa: Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada; 1993. pp. 93-100.
Sekiguchi K, Olavarria C, Morse L, Olson P, Ensor P, Matsuoka K, Pitman RL, Findlay K, Gorter U. The spectacled porpoise (Phocoena dioptrica) in Antarctic waters. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management. 2006 ;8(3):265-271.
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 .
Pitman RL, Palacios DM, Brennan PLR, Brennan BJ, Balcomb KC, Miyashita T. Sightings and Possible Identity of a Bottlenose Whale in the Tropical Indo-Pacific: Indopacetus Pacificus?. Marine Mammal Science. 1999 ;15(2):513-518.
Pitman RL, van Helden AL, Best PB, Pym A(Tony). Shepherd’s Beaked Whale (Tasmacetus shepherdi): information on appearance and biology based on strandings and at-sea observations. Marine Mammal Science. 2006 ;22(3):744 - 755.
Au DWK, Pitman RL. Seabird relationships with tropical tunas and dolphins. In: Seabirds and other marine vertebrates. Competition, predation and other interactions. Seabirds and other marine vertebrates. Competition, predation and other interactions. New York: Columbia University Press; 1988. pp. 174-212.
Au DWK, Pitman RL. Seabird Interactions with Dolphins and Tuna in the Eastern Tropical Pacific. The Condor. 1986 ;88(3):304 - 317.
Ballance LT, Pitman RL, Reilly SB. Seabird Community Structure Along a Productivity Gradient: Importance of Competition and Energetic Constraint. Ecology. 1997 ;78(5):1502.
Pitman RL. Seabird associations with marine turtles in the eastern Pacific. Colonial Waterbirds. 1993 ;16(2):194-201.
Fraser WR, Pitman RL, Ainley DG. Seabird and fur seal responses to vertically migrating winter krill swarms in Antarctica. Polar Biology. 1989 ;10(1).
Andrews RD, Pitman RL, Ballance LT. Satellite tracking reveals distinct movement patterns for Type B and Type C killer whales in the southern Ross Sea, Antarctica. Polar Biology. 2008 ;31(12):1461 - 1468.
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Pitman RL, Stinchcomb C. Rough-Toothed Dolphins (Steno bredanensis) as Predators of Mahimahi (Coryphaena hippurus). Pacific Science. 2002 ;56(4):447 - 450.
Pitman RL. Review: Marine Mammal Species of India. Marine Mammal Science. 2013 ;29(4):777 - 779.
Ballance LT, Pitman RL, Hewitt RP, Siniff DB, Trivelpiece WZ, Clapham PJ, Jr. RLBrownel. The removal of large whales from the Southern Ocean. Evidence for long-term ecosystem effects?. In: Whales, whaling, and ocean ecosystems. Whales, whaling, and ocean ecosystems. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press; 2007. pp. 215 - 230.

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