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2019
Lezama-Ochoa N., Hall M.A, Pennino M.G, Stewart J.D, Lopez J., Murua H..  2019.  Environmental characteristics associated with the presence of the Spinetail devil ray (Mobula mobular) in the eastern tropical Pacific. 14
2018
Stewart J.D, Nuttall M., Hickerson E.L, Johnston M.A.  2018.  Important juvenile manta ray habitat at Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico. Marine Biology. 165
Keen E.M, Qualls K.M.  2018.  Respiratory behaviors in sympatric rorqual whales: the influence of prey depth and implications for temporal access to prey. Journal of Mammalogy. 99:27-40.
Stanistreet J.E, Nowacek D.P, Bell J.T, Cholewiak D.M, Hildebrand JA, Hodge L.EW, Van Parijs S.M, Read A.J.  2018.  Spatial and seasonal patterns in acoustic detections of sperm whales Physeter macrocephalus along the continental slope in the western North Atlantic Ocean. Endangered Species Research. 35:1-13.
Pickett E.P, Fraser W.R, Patterson-Fraser D.L, Cimino M.A, Torres L.G, Friedlaender A.S.  2018.  Spatial niche partitioning may promote coexistence of Pygoscelis penguins as climate-induced sympatry occurs. Ecology and Evolution. 8:9764-9778.
2016
Stewart J.D, Hoyos-Padilla E.M, Kumli K.R, Rubin R.D.  2016.  Deep-water feeding and behavioral plasticity in Manta birostris revealed by archival tags and submersible observations. Zoology. 119:406-413.
Frasier K.E, Wiggins SM, Harris D., Marques T.A, Thomas L., Hildebrand JA.  2016.  Delphinid echolocation click detection probability on near-seafloor sensors. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 140:1918-1930.
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.
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