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  • MATKIN, C. O., J. W. TESTA, G. M. ELLIS, and E. L. SAULITIS. 2014. Life history and population dynamics of southern Alaska resident killer whales (Orcinus orca). Mar. Mammal Sci: 30:460-479. 
     
  • ALLEN, B. M., and R. P. ANGLISS. 2014. Alaska marine mammal stock assessments, 2013. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC-277, 294 p. (.pdf, 11.9 MB).  Online.
     
  • STERLING, J. T., A. M. SPRINGER, S. J. IVERSON, S. P. JOHNSONN, N. A. PELLAND, D. S. JOHNSON, M. A. LEA, and N. A. BOND. 2014. The sun, moon, wind, and biological imperative -- shaping contrasting wintertime migration and foraging strategies of adult male and female northern fur seals (Callorhinus ursinus). PLoS One 9(4): e93068 21 p. (.pdf, 2.17 MB).  Online.
     
  • SHELDEN, K. E. W., B. A. AGLER, J. J. BRUEGGEMAN, L. A. CORNICK, S. G. SPECKMAN, and A. PREVEL-RAMOS. 2014. Harbor porpoise, Phocoena phocoena vomerina, in Cook Inlet, Alaska. Mar. Fish. Rev. 76:22-50. (.pdf, 12.4 MB).  Online.
     
  • MOURA, A. E., C. J. van RENSBURG, M. PILOT, A. TEHRANI, P. B. BEST, M. THORNTON, S. PLON, P. J. N. de BRUYN, K. C. WORLEY, R. A. GIBBS, M. E. DAHLHEIM, and A. R. HOELZEL. 2014. Killer whale nuclear genome and mtDNA reveal widespread population bottleneck during the last glacial maximum. Mol. Biol. Evol. 31:1121-1131. 
     
  • IVASHCHENKO, Y. V., and P. J. CLAPHAM. 2014. Too much is never enough: the cautionary tale of Soviet illegal whaling. Mar. Fish. Rev. 76:1-21. (.pdf, 841 KB).  Online.
     
  • FIEBERG, J. R., and P. B. CONN. 2014. A hidden Markov model to identify and adjust for selection bias: an example involving mixed migration strategies. Ecol. Evol. 4:1903-1912. 
     
  • De JESUS, M., G. HECKEL, J. M. BREIWICK, and S. B. REILLY. 2014. Migration timing and distance from shore of southbound eastern Pacific gray whales (Eschrichtius robustus) off Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico. Mar. Mammal Sci. 30:674-690. 
     
  • CLARKE, J. T., A. A. BROWER, C. L. CHRISTMAN, and M. C. FERGUSON. 2014. Distribution and relative abundance of marine mammals in the northeastern Chukchi and western Beaufort Seas, 2013: Annual report. OCS Study BOEM 2014-018. Natl. Mar. Mammal Lab., Alaska Fish. Sci. Cent., NMFS, NOAA, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115-6349. 330 p. (.pdf, 42 MB - note large file size)  Online.
     
  • BURNS, D., L. BROOKS, P. HARRISON, T. FRANKLIN, W. FRANKLIN, D. PATON, and P. CLAPHAM. 2014. Migratory movements of individual humpback whales photographed off the eastern coast of Australia. Mar. Mammal Sci. 30:562-578. 
     
  • BROMS, K. M., D. S. JOHNSON, R. ALTWEGG, and L. L. CONQUEST. 2014. Spatial occupancy models applied to atlas data show Southern Ground Hornbills strongly depend on protected areas. Ecol. Appl. 24:363-374. 
     
  • ANDRIOLO, A., A. N. ZERBINI, S. MOREIRA, J. L. PIZZORNO, D. DANILEWICZ, Y. G. MAIA, N. MAMEDE, F. R. CASTRO, and P. CLAPHAM. 2014. What do humpback whales Megaptera novaeangliae (Cetartiodactyla: Balaenopteridae) pairs do after tagging? Zoologia 31:105-113. 
     
  • RAY, G. C., G. L. HUFFORD, T. R. LOUGHLIN, and I. KRUPNIK. 2014. Bering Sea seals and walruses: Responses to environmental change, p. 171-199. In G. Carleton Ray and J. McCormick-Ray (editors), Marine Conservation: Science, Policy, and Management. Wiley Blackwell, West Sussex. 
     
  • POLEY, L. G., B. A. POND, J. A. SCHAFER, G. S. BROWN, J. C. RAY, and D. S. JOHNSON. 2014. Occupancy patterns of large mammals in the far north of Ontario under imperfect detection and spatial autocorrelation. J. Biogeogr. 41:122-132.  
     
  • LEE, O. A., V. BURKANOV, and W. H. NEILL. 2014. Population trends of northern fur seals (Callorhinus ursinus) from a metapopulation perspective. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 451:25-34. 
     

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