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  • JANSEN, J. K., P. L. BOVENG, J. M. Ver HOEF, S. P. DAHLE, and J. L. BENGTSON. 2015. Natural and human effects on harbor seal abundance and spatial distribution in an Alaskan glacial fjord. Mar. Mammal Sci. 31:66-89. (.pdf, 800 KB).  Online.
  • MOURA, A. E., J. G. KENNY, R. R. CHAUDHURI, M. A. HUGHES, R. R. REISINGER, P. J. N. DE BRUYN, M. E. DAHLHEIM, N. HALL, and A. R. HOELZEL. 2015. Phylogenomics of the killer whale indicates ecotype divergence in sympatry. Heredity 114:48-55. 
  • CLAPHAM, P. J. 2015. Japan's whaling following the International Court of Justice ruling: Brave new world - or business as usual? Mar. Policy 51:238-241. 
  • SIGLER, M. F., K. Y. AYDIN, P. L. BOVENG, E. V. FARLEY Jr., R. A. HEINTZ, and R. R. LAUTH. 2015. Alaska Fisheries Science Center Loss of Sea Ice (LOSI) Plan for FY15-FY19. AFSC Processed Rep. 2015-01, 11 p. Alaska Fish. Sci. Cent., NOAA, Natl. Mar. Fish. Serv., 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle WA 98115. (.pdf, 730 KB).   Online.
  • FRITZ, L. W., R. TOWELL, T. S. GELATT, D. S. JOHNSON, and T. R. LOUGHLIN. 2014. Recent increases in survival of western Steller sea lions in Alaska and implications for recovery. Endang. Species Res. 26:13-24. (.pdf, 1.11 MB).  Online.
  • CLAPHAM, P. J., Y. V. IVASHCHENKO. 2014. Resurrecting Leviathan: Reconstructing Sperm Whale Catches in the North Pacific. AFSC Quarterly Report Feature (October-November-December 2014) 5 p. (.pdf, 2.3 MB).  Online.
  • McCLINTOCK, B., D. JOHNSON, M. HOOTEN, J. Ver HOEF, and J. MORALES. 2014. When to be discrete: the importance of time formulation in understanding animal movement. Movement Ecol. 2(21):1-14. (.pdf, 1.18 MB).  Online.
  • McCLINTOCK, B. T., J. M. HILL, L. FRITZ, K. CHUMBLEY, K. LUXA, and D. R. DIEFENBACH. 2014. Mark-resight abundance estimation under incomplete identification of marked individuals. Methods Ecol. Evol. 5:1294-1304. 
  • McCLINTOCK, B. T., L. L. BAILEY, B. P. DREHER, and W. A. LINK. 2014. Probit models for capture-recapture data subject to imperfect detection, individual heterogeneity and misidentification. Ann. Appl. Stat. 8:2461-2484. 
  • CONN, P. B., J. M. Ver HOEF, B. T. McCLINTOCK, E. E. MORELAND, J. M. LONDON, M. F. CAMERON, S. P. DAHLE, and P. L. BOVENG. 2014. Estimating multispecies abundance using automated detection systems: Ice-associated seals in the Bering Sea. Methods Ecol. Evol. 5:1280-1293. 
  • THOMPSON, L. A., T. R. SPOON, C. E. C. GOERTZ, R. C. HOBBS, and T. A. ROMANO. 2014. Blow collection as a non-invasive method for measuring cortisol in the beluga (Delphinapterus leucas). PLoS One 9(12):e114062.  Online.
  • MUSSER, W. B., A. E. BOWLES, D. M. GREBNER, and J. L. CRANCE. 2014. Differences in acoustic features of vocalizations produced by killer whales cross-socialized with bottlenose dolphins. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 136:1990-2002. 
  • MOURA, A. E., J. G. KENNY, R. CHAUDHURI, M. A. HUGHES, A. J. WELCH, R. R. REISINGER, P. J. N. DE BRUYN, M. E. DAHLHEIM, N. HALL, and A. R. HOELZEL. 2014. Population genomics of the killer whale indicates ecotype evolution in sympatry involving both selection and drift. Mol. Ecol. 23:5179-5192. (.pdf, 1.19 MB).  Online.
  • LANG, A. R., J. CALAMBOKIDIS, J. SCORDINO, V. L. PEASE, A. KLIMEK, V. N. BURKANOV, P. GEARIN, D. I. LITOVKA, K. M. ROBERTSON, B. R. MATE, J. K. JACOBSEN, and B. L. TAYLOR. 2014. Assessment of genetic structure among eastern North Pacific gray whales on their feeding grounds. Mar. Mammal Sci. 30:1473-1493. 
  • KUHN, C. E., R. R. REAM, J. T. STERLING, J. R. THOMASON, and R. G. TOWELL. 2014. Spatial segregation and the influence of habitat on the foraging behavior of northern fur seals (Callorhinus ursinus). Can. J. Zool. 92:861-873.  

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