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2018
Fleming A.H, Yack T., Redfern JV, Becker EA, Moore TJ, Barlow J.  2018.  Combining acoustic and visual detections in habitat models of Dall's porpoise. Ecological Modelling. 384:198-208.
Keen E.M, Wray J., Pilkington JF, Thompson K.L, Picard C.R.  2018.  Distinct habitat use strategies of sympatric rorqual whales within a fjord system. Marine Environmental Research. 140:180-189.
Stewart J.D, Jaine F.RA, Armstrong A.J, Armstrong A.O, Bennett M.B, Burgess K.B, Couturier L.IE, Croll D.A, Cronin M.R, Deakos M.H et al..  2018.  Research priorities to support effective manta and devil ray conservation. Frontiers in Marine Science. 5
2017
Gaos A.R, Liles M.J, Gadea V., de Niz A.P, Vallejo F., Miranda C., Darquea J.J, Henriquez A., Altamirano E., Rivera A. et al..  2017.  Living on the Edge: Hawksbill turtle nesting and conservation along the Eastern Pacific Rim. Latin American Journal of Aquatic Research. 45:572-584.
Ng C.KY, Dutton PH, Gu H.X, Li T.H, Bin Ye M., Xia Z.R, Zhang F.Y, Duan J.X, Hsu C.K, Balazs G.H et al..  2017.  Regional conservation implications of green turtle (Chelonia mydas) genetic stock composition in china. Chelonian Conservation and Biology. 16:144-155.
Stewart J.D, Rohner C.A, Araujo G., Avila J., Fernando D., Forsberg K., Ponzo A., Rambahiniarison J.M, Kurle C.M, Semmens B.X.  2017.  Trophic overlap in mobulid rays: insights from stable isotope analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 580:131-151.
Keen E.M, Wray J., Meuter H., Thompson K.L, Barlow JP, Picard C.R.  2017.  'Whale wave': shifting strategies structure the complex use of critical fjord habitat by humpbacks. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 567:211-233.
2016
Whitmore B.M, White C.F, Gleiss A.C, Whitney N.M.  2016.  A float-release package for recovering data-loggers from wild sharks. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 475:49-53.
Krause D.J, Goebel M.E, Marshall G.J, Abernathy K..  2016.  Summer diving and haul-out behavior of leopard seals (Hydrurga leptonyx) near mesopredator breeding colonies at Livingston Island, Antarctic Peninsula. Marine Mammal Science. 32:839-867.