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2018
Ballance LT.  2018.  Contributions of photographs to cetacean science. Aquatic Mammals. 44:668-682.
Van Cise A.M, Mahaffy S.D, Baird R.W, Mooney T.A, Barlow J.  2018.  Song of my people: dialect differences among sympatric social groups of short-finned pilot whales in Hawai'i. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 72
2017
Van Cise A.M, Roch M.A, Baird R.W, Mooney T.A, Barlow J.  2017.  Acoustic differentiation of Shiho- and Naisa-type short-finned pilot whales in the Pacific Ocean. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 141:737-748.
Wild L., Thode A, Straley J., Rhoads S., Falvey D., Liddle J..  2017.  Field trials of an acoustic decoy to attract sperm whales away from commercial longline fishing vessels in western Gulf of Alaska. Fisheries Research. 196:141-150.
Rice A., Deecke V.B, Ford JKB, Pilkington JF, Oleson E.M, Hildebrand JA, Sirovic A..  2017.  Spatial and temporal occurrence of killer whale ecotypes off the outer coast of Washington State, USA. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 572:255-268.
2016
Frasier K.E, Henderson E.E, Bassett H.R, Roch M.A.  2016.  Automated identification and clustering of subunits within delphinid vocalizations. Marine Mammal Science. 32:911-930.
Reyes M.VR, Tossenberger V.P, Iniguez M.A, Hildebrand JA, Melcon M.L.  2016.  Communication sounds of Commerson's dolphins (Cephalorhynchus commersonii) and contextual use of vocalizations. Marine Mammal Science. 32:1219-1233.
Foote A.D, Vijay N., Avila-Arcos M.C, Baird R.W, Durban JW, Fumagalli M., Gibbs R.A, Hanson M.B, Korneliussen T.S, Martin M.D et al..  2016.  Genome-culture coevolution promotes rapid divergence of killer whale ecotypes. Nature Communications. 7
Foote A.D, Morin PA.  2016.  Genome-wide SNP data suggest complex ancestry of sympatric North Pacific killer whale ecotypes. Heredity. 117:316-325.
2015
Thode A, Mathias D., Straley J., O'Connell V., Behnken L., Falvey D., Wild L., Calambokidis J, Schorr G., Andrews R. et al..  2015.  Cues, creaks, and decoys: using passive acoustic monitoring as a tool for studying sperm whale depredation. Ices Journal of Marine Science. 72:1621-1636.
Morin PA, Parsons K.M, Archer FI, Avila-Arcos M.C, Barrett-Lennard LG, L. Rosa D, Duchene S., Durban JW, Ellis GM, Ferguson S.H et al..  2015.  Geographic and temporal dynamics of a global radiation and diversification in the killer whale. Molecular Ecology. 24:3964-3979.
Leslie MS.  2015.  Impacts of phylogenetic nomenclature on the efficacy of the US Endangered Species Act. Conservation Biology. 29:69-77.
Straley J., O'Connell V., Liddle J., Thode A, Wild L., Behnken L., Falvey D., Lunsford C..  2015.  Southeast Alaska Sperm Whale Avoidance Project (SEASWAP): a successful collaboration among scientists and industry to study depredation in Alaskan waters. Ices Journal of Marine Science. 72:1598-1609.
2014
Thode A.M, Wild L., Mathias D., Straley J., Lunsford C..  2014.  A comparison of acoustic and visual metrics of sperm whale longline depredation. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 135:3086-3100.
2013
Foote A.D, Morin PA, Pitman R.L, Avila-Arcos M.C, Durban JW, van Helden A., Sinding M.HS, Gilbert M.TP.  2013.  Mitogenomic insights into a recently described and rarely observed killer whale morphotype. Polar Biology. 36:1519-1523.
Gassmann M., Henderson E.E, Wiggins SM, Roch M.A, Hildebrand JA.  2013.  Offshore killer whale tracking using multiple hydrophone arrays. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 134:3513-3521.
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