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Book Chapter
Pitman RL. Antarctic orcas. In: Visual Encyclopedia of Orca. Visual Encyclopedia of Orca. Yokohama, Japan: Sphere Books; 2015. pp. 126-135.
Pitman RL. Clipperton Island. In: Biomes and Ecosystems: An Encyclopedia. Biomes and Ecosystems: An Encyclopedia. Ipswich, MA: Salem Press; 2013. pp. 471-473.
Pitman RL. Indo- Pacific Beaked Whale (Indopacetus pacificus). In: Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals. Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals. ; 2002. pp. 615-617.
Pitman RL. Indo-Pacific beaked whale (Indopacetus pacificus). In: Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals. 2nd ed. Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals. San Diego: Elsevier; 2009. pp. 600 - 602.
Pitman RL. Killer whale. In: Whales, dolphins and porpoises. Whales, dolphins and porpoises. East Sussex, UK: Ivy Press; 2015. pp. 150-151.
Pitman RL. Killer Whale. In: Riffenburgh B Encyclopedia of the Antarctic. Encyclopedia of the Antarctic. New York: Routledge; 2006. pp. 570-572.
Pitman RL. Mesoplodont whales (Mesoplodon spp.). In: Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals. Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals. San Diego: Academic Press; 2002. pp. 738-742.
Pitman RL. Mesoplodont whales (Mesoplodon spp.). In: Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals. 2nd ed. Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals. San Diego: Elsevier; 2009. pp. 721 - 726.
BALLANCE LISAT, Pitman RL, HEWITT ROGERP, SINIFF DONALDB, TRIVELPIECE WAYNEZ, Clapham PJ, Jr. RLBrownel. The Removal of Large Whales from the Southern Ocean. Evidence for long-term ecosystem effects?. In: Estes J, DeMaster DP, Doak DF, Williams TM, Jr. RLBrownell Whales, whaling, and ocean ecosystems. Whales, whaling, and ocean ecosystems. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press; 2007. pp. 215 - 230.
Journal Article
Zhao X, Barlow J, Taylor BL, Pitman RL, Wang K, Wei Z, Stewart BS, Turvey ST, Akamatsu T, Reeves RR, et al. Abundance and conservation status of the Yangtze finless porpoise in the Yangtze River, China. Biological Conservation. 2008 ;141(12):3006 - 3018.
Pitman RL, Fearnbach H, Durban JW. Abundance and population status of Ross Sea killer whales (Orcinus orca, type C) in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica: evidence for impact by commercial fishing?. Polar Biology. 2018 ;41(4):781 - 792.
Fearnbach H, Durban JW, Ellifrit DK, Pitman RL. Abundance of Type A killer whales (Orcinus orca) in the coastal waters off the western Antarctic Peninsula. Polar Biology. 2019 ;42(8):1477 - 1488.
Durban JW, Pitman RL. Antarctic killer whales make rapid, round-trip movements to subtropical waters: evidence for physiological maintenance migrations?. Biology Letters. 2011 ;8(2):274 - 277.
Dalebout ML, Ross GJB, Baker CS, Anderson RC, Best PB, Cockcroft VG, Hinsz HL, Peddemors V, Pitman RL. Appearance, distribution, and genetic distinctiveness of Longman’s Beaked Whale, Indopacetus pacificus. Marine Mammal Science 19(3):421-461. 2003 ;19(3):421-461.
Eguchi T, Gerrodette T, Pitman RL, Seminoff JA, Dutton PH. At-sea density and abundance estimates of the olive ridley turtle Lepidochelys olivacea in the eastern tropical Pacific. Endangered Species Research. 2007 ;3:191 - 203.
Karnovsky JJ, Spear LB, Carter HR, Ainley DG, Amey KD, Ballance LT, Briggs KT, Ford RG, Jr. GLHunt, Keiper C, et al. At-sea distribution, abundance and habitat affinities of Xantus’s Murrelets. Marine Ornithology. 2005 ;33:89-104.
Pitman RL. Book review: Albatross. Their world, their ways. Wilson Bulletin. 2009 ;121:217-218.
Pitman RL, Ballance LT. The changing status of marine birds breeding at San Benedicto Island, Mexico. Wilson Bulletin. 2002 ;114(1):11-19.
Pitman RL, Ballance LT, Bost C. Clipperton Island: Pig sty, rat hole and booby prize. Marine Ornithology. 2005 ;33:193-194.
Wellard R, Pitman RL, Durban J, Erbe C. Cold call: the acoustic repertoire of Ross Sea killer whales ( Orcinus orca, Type C) in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Royal Society Open Science. 2020 ;7(2):191228.
Morin PA, Archer FI, Foote AD, Vilstrup J, Allen EE, Wade P, Durban J, Parsons K, Pitman R, Li L, et al. Complete mitochondrial genome phylogeographic analysis of killer whales (Orcinus orca) indicates multiple species. Genome Research. 2010 ;20(7):908 - 916.

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