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Fearnbach, H., Durban, J. W., Parsons, K. M., Claridge, D. 2012 Photographic mark-recapture analysis of local dynamics within an open population of dolphins. Ecological Applications, 22(5): 1689–1700.
Ford, J., Durban, J. Ellis, G. Towers, J. Pilkington, J., Barrett-Lennard, L., Andrews, R. 2012. New insights into the northward migration route of gray whales between Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and southeastern Alaska. Marine Mammal Science . DOI: 10.1111/j.1748-7692.2012.00572.x
CHENEY, B., THOMPSON, P. M., INGRAM, S. N., HAMMOND, P. S., STEVICK, P. T., DURBAN, J. W., CULLOCH, R. M., ELWEN, S. H., MANDLEBERG, L., JANIK, V. M. 2012 Integrating multiple data sources to assess the distribution and abundance of bottlenose dolphins Tursiops truncatus in Scottish waters. Mammal Review. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2907.2011.00208.x
Fearnbach, H., Durban, J., Parsons, K., Claridge, D. 2011 Seasonality of calving and predation risk in bottlenose dolphins on Little Bahama Bank. Marine Mammal Science. 28, 402-411.
Durban, J.W., Pitman, R.L. 2011. Antarctic killer whales make rapid, round-trip movements to subtropical waters: evidence for physiological maintenance migrations? Biology Letters. doi:10.1098 / rsbl.2011.0875.
Cheney, B. et al. in press. Integrating multiple data sources to assess the distribution and abundance of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in Scottish waters. Mammal Review.
Matkin C. et al. in press. Contrasting abundance and residency patterns of two sympatric populations of transient killer whales in the northern Gulf of Alaska. Fisheries Bulletin.
Fearnbach, H.,et al. 2011. Seasonality of calving and predation risk in bottlenose dolphins on Little Bahama Bank. Marine Mammal Science. DOI: 10.1111/j.1748-7692.2011.00481.x
Foote, A. D. et al. 2011 Out of the Pacific and Back Again: Insights into the Matrilineal History of Pacific Killer Whale Ecotypes. PLoS ONE. 6, e24980.
Durban, J., Deecke, V. 2011. How do we study killer whales? Journal of the American Cetacean Society, 40: 6-14.
Matkin, C., Durban, J. 2011. Killer whales in Alaskan waters. Journal of the American Cetacean Society, 40: 24-29.
Tyack, P. L, et al. 2011 Beaked Whales Respond to Simulated and Actual Navy Sonar. PLoS ONE. 6, e17009.
Durban, J. et al. 2011. Abundance indices of eastern North Pacific gray whales from southbound migration counts, 2007-2011 Report to the Scientific Committee of the International Whaling Commission SC/63/BRG7.
Pitman, R. L., Durban, J. W. 2011 Cooperative hunting behavior, prey selectivity and prey handling by pack ice killer whales (Orcinus orca), type B, in Antarctic Peninsula waters. Marine Mammal Science. (DOI: 10.1111/j.1748-7692.2010.00453.x)
Fearnbach, H., et al. 2011 Size and long-term growth trends of Endangered fish-eating killer whales. Endangered Species Research. 13, 173-180.
Barrett-Lennard, et al. 2011 Predation on gray whales and prolonged feeding on submerged carcasses by transient killer whales at Unimak Island, Alaska. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 421, 229-241.
Foote, A.D. et al. 2011. Positive selection on the killer whale mitogenome. Biology Letters. 7, 116. DOI 10.1098/rsbl.2010.0638.
Rehn, N., et al. 2010 Cross-cultural and cross-ecotype production of a killer whale ‘excitement’call suggests universality. Naturwissenschaften 1-6.
Pitman, R.L. et al. 2010. Observations of a distinctive morphotype of killer whale (Orcinus orca), type D, from subantarctic waters. Polar Biology 1-4 DOI 10.1007/s00300-010-0871-3.
Pitman, R.L and Durban. J.W. 2010. Killer whale predation on penguins in Antarctica. Polar Biology. 33: 1589-1594. DOI 10.1007/s00300-010-0853-5.
Durban, J. et al. 2010. Comparing two methods of shore-based counts of eastern North Pacific gray whales. Report to the Scientific Committee of the International Whaling Commission SC/62/BRG8.
Durban, J. et al. 2010. Clustered mark-recapture analysis of mammal-eating killer whales around the Aleutian Islands and Gulf of Alaska. Marine Biology 157(7): 1591-1604.
Morin, P. A., et al. 2010. Complete mitochondrial genome analysis of killer whales (Orcinus orca) indicates multiple species. Genome Research 20:908–916.
Pitman, R.L. and Durban, J.W. 2009. Save the Seal! Natural History. November 2009, 48.
Parsons, K. et al. 2009. The social dynamics of southern resident killer whales and conservation implications for this endangered population. Animal Behaviour 77(4): 963-971.
Herman, D. et al. 2008. Assessing age distributions of killer whale Orcinus orca populations from the composition of endogenous fatty acids in their outer blubber layers. Marine Ecology Progress Series 372: 289-302.
Johnson, D.S. et al. 2008. Continuous-time correlated random walk models for animal movement data. Ecology 89(5): 1208-1215 .
Corkerey, R. et al. 2008. A Bayesian capture-recapture population model with simultaneous estimation of heterogeneity. Journal of theAmerican Statistical Association 103: 948-960.
Ford, J.K.B. et al. 2007. An Assessment of the Potential for Recovery of West Coast Transient Killer whales Using Coastal Waters of British Columbia. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2007/088. http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/csas/Csas/ Publications/ResDocs-DocRech/2007/2007_088_e.htm.
Mackey, B.L. et al. 2007. A Bayesian estimate of harbour seal survival using sparse photo-identification data. Journal of Zoology 274: 18-27.
Krahn, M.M. et al. 2007. Use of chemical tracers in assessing the diet and foraging regions of eastern North Pacific killer whales. Marine Environmental Research 63: 91-114.
Zerbini, A.N. et al. 2007. Estimating abundance of killer whales in the nearshore waters of the Gulf of Alaska and Aleutian Islands using line transect sampling. Marine Biology 150: 1033-1045
Lusseau, D. et al. 2006. Quantifying the influence of sociality on population structure in bottlenose dolphins. Journal of Animal Ecology 75(1): 14-24.
Durban, J.W. and Parsons, K.M. 2006. Laser-metrics of free-ranging killer whales. Marine Mammal Science 22, 735-743.
Wade, P. et al. 2006. Acoustic detection and satellite tagging leads to discovery of unprecedented concentration of rare North Pacific right whales. Biology Letters 2(3): 417-419.
Parsons, K.M. et al. 2006. Population genetic structure of coastal bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in the northern Bahamas. Marine Mammal Science 22(2): 276-298.
Durban, J.W. and Elston, D.A. 2005. Mark-recapture with occasion and individual effects: abundance estimation through Bayesian model selection in a fixed dimensional space. Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics 10(3): 291-305.
Durban, J.W. et al. 2005. Multi-site mark-recapture for cetaceans: population estimates with Bayesian model averaging. Marine Mammal Science 21(1): 80-92.
Herman, D.P. et al. 2005. Feeding ecology of eastern North Pacific killer whales Orcinus orca from fatty acid, stable isotope, and organochlorine analyses of blubber biopsies. Marine Ecology Progress Series 302: 275-291.
Parsons, K.P. et al. 2004 Male-male aggression renders dolphin unconscious. Aquatic Mammals, 29.3: 360-362.
Parsons, K.M. et al. 2003. Comparing two alternative methods for sampling small cetaceans for molecular analysis. Marine Mammal Science, 19(1):224-231.
Durban, J.W. 2002. Bayesian methods for marine mammal population assessment. PhD Thesis, University of Aberdeen, U.K.
Parsons, K.M. et al. 2002. Kinship as a basis for alliance formation between male bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops truncatus, in the Bahamas. Animal Behaviour 66: 186-194.
Durban, J.W. et al. 2000. A role for Bayesian inference in cetacean population assessment and management decisions. Journal for Cetacean Management and Conservation 2(2), 117-123.
Durban, J.W. et al. 2000. Quantifying dolphin occupancy patterns. Marine Mammal Science 16(4): 825-828.
Parsons, K.M. et al. 1999. Amplifying dolphin mitochondrial DNA from faecal plumes. Molecular Ecology 8: 1766-1768.