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  • ZEPPELIN, T. K., D. S. JOHNSON, C. E. KUHN, S. J. IVERSON, and R. R. REAM. 2015. Stable isotope models predict foraging habitat of northern fur seals (Callorhinus ursinus) in Alaska. PLoS One 10(6):e0127615. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0127615. (Open Access).  Online.
     
  • Van PARIJS, S. M., C. CURTIS, and M. C. FERGUSON (editors). 2015. Biologically important areas for cetaceans within US waters. Aquat. Mamm. 41: 128 p. 
     
  • MILLER, D. A. W., L. L. BAILEY, E. H. C. GRANT, B. T. McCLINTOCK, L. A. WEIR, and T. R. SIMONS. 2015. Performance of species occurrence estimators when basic assumptions are not met: a test using field data where true occupancy status is known. Methods Ecol. Evol. 6:557-565. DOI: 10.1111/2041-210X.12342. 
     
  • LAIDRE, K. L., H. STERN, K. M. KOVACS, L. LOWRY, S. E. MOORE, E. V. REGEHR, S. H. FERGUSON, O. WIIG, P. BOVENG, R. P. ANGLISS, E. W. BORN, D. LITOVKA, L. QUAKENBUSH, C. LYDERSEN, D. VONGRAVEN, and F. UGARTE. 2015. Arctic marine mammal population status, sea ice habitat loss, and conservation recommendations for the 21st century. Conserv. Biol. 29:724-737. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12474 Open access   Online.
     
  • JOY, R., M. G. DOWD, B. C. BATTAILE, P. M. LESTENKOF, J. T. STERLING, A. W. TRITES, and R. D. ROUTLEDGE. 2015. Linking northern fur seal dive behavior to environmental variables in the eastern Bering Sea. Ecosphere 6(5):75. DOI: 10.1890/ES14-00314.1 (Open Access).  Online.
     
  • FERGUSON, M. C., J. M. WAITE, C. CURTICE, J. T. CLARKE, and J. HARRISON. 2015. Biologically important areas for cetaceans within US waters - Aleutian Islands and Bering Sea region. Aquat. Mamm. 41:79-93. 
     
  • FERGUSON, M. C., C. CURTICE, J. HARRISON, and S. M. Van PARIJS. 2015. Biologically important areas for cetaceans within US waters - overview and rationale. Aquat. Mamm. 41:2-16. 
     
  • FERGUSON, M. C., C. CURTICE, and J. HARRISON. 2015. Biologically important areas for cetaceans within US waters - Gulf of Alaska region. Aquat. Mamm. 41:65-78. 
     
  • CLARKE, J. T., M. C. FERGUSON, C. CURTICE, and J. HARRISON. 2015. Biologically important areas for cetaceans within US waters - Arctic region. Aquat. Mamm. 41:94-103. 
     
  • CALAMBOKIDIS, J., G. H. STEIGER, C. CURTICE, J. HARRISON, M. C. FERGUSON, E. BECKER, M. DeANGELIS, and S. M. Van PARIJS. 2015. Biologically important areas for selected cetaceans within US waters - West Coast region. Aquat. Mamm. 41:39-53. 
     
  • ALTUKHOV, A. V., R. D. ANDREWS, D. G. CALKINS, T. S. GELATT, E. D. GURARIE, T. R. LOUGHLIN, E. G. MAMAEV, V. S. NIKULIN, P. A. PERMYAKOV, S. D. RYAZANOV, V. V. VERTYANKIN, and V. N. BURKANOV. 2015. Age specific survival rates of Steller sea lions at rookeries with divergent population trends in the Russian Far East. PloS One 10:e0127292 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0127292. (Open Access).  Online.
     
  • ALONSO, R. S., B. T. McCLINTOCK, L. M. LYREN, E. E. BOYDSTON, and K. R. CROOKS. 2015. Mark-recapture and mark-resight methods for estimating abundance with remote cameras: a carnivore case study. PloS One 10:e0123032. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0123032. (Open Access).  Online.
     
  • JANSEN, J. K., G. M. BRADY, J. M. Ver HOEF, and P. L. BOVENG. 2015. Spatially estimating disturbance of harbor seals Phoca vitulina. PLoS ONE 10:e0129798. (Open Access).  Online.
     
  • HELKER, V. T., B. M. ALLEN, and L. A. JEMISON. 2015. Human-caused injury and mortality of NMFS-managed Alaska marine mammal stocks, 2009-2013. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC- 300, 94 p. (.pdf, 2 MB).  Online.
     
  • CONN, P. B., D. S. JOHNSON, J. M. Ver HOEF, M. B. HOOTEN, J. M. LONDON, and P. L. BOVENG. 2014. Using spatiotemporal statistical models to estimate animal abundance and infer ecological dynamics from survey counts. Ecol. Monogr. 85:235-252. DOI: 10.1890/14-0959.1. 
     

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