Subject: Biblio:recent m.m. publications (fwd)

Mike Williamson (pita@www1.wheelock.edu)
Fri, 14 May 1999 09:28:52 -0400 (EDT)

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Subject: recent m.m. publications (fwd)

Here are some recent marine mammal publications.  This is
not intended to be a comprehensive list and there are many
other recent publications.  Publications recently posted
to MARMAM are not included.  Please do not contact MARMAM
or the MARMAM editors about reprints.  Thank you.



     How dolphins use their blubber to avoid heat stress during encounters
     with warm water. Heath, ME; Ridgway, SH. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
     PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY. April
     1999 v45 i4 pR1188-R1194

     Age, growth, and reproductive patterns of Dall's porpoise
     (Phocoenoides dalli) in the central North Pacific Ocean. Ferrero, RC;
     Walker, WA. MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p273-313

     Dietary studies of marine mammals using stable carbon and nitrogen
     isotopic ratios of teeth. Walker, JL; Macko, SA. MARINE MAMMAL
     SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p314-334

     The diets of modern and historic bottlenose dolphin populations
     reflected through stable isotopes. Walker, JL; Potter, CW; Macko, SA.
     MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p335-350

     Retinal topography and visual acuity in the riverine tucuxi (Sotalia
     fluviatilis). Mass, AM; Supin, AY.  MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999
     v15 i2 p351-365

     Occurrence, distribution, site fidelity, and school size of bottlenose
     dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) off San Diego, California. Defran, RH;
     Weller, DW. MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p366-380

     Range characteristics of Pacific coast bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops
     truncatus) in the Southern California Bight. Defran, RH; Weller, DW;
     Kelly, DL; Espinosa, MA. MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2
     p381-393

     Local abundance and distribution of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops
     truncatus) in the nearshore waters of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Barco,
     SG; Swingle, WM; McLellan, WA; Harris, RN; Pabst, DA.  MARINE MAMMAL
     SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p394-408

     Skin swabbing for genetic analysis: Application to dusky dolphins
     (Lagenorhynchus obscurus). Harlin, AD; Wursig, B; Baker, CS;
     Markowitz, TM.  MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p409-425

     Diel variation in migration rates of eastern Pacific gray whales
     measured with thermal imaging sensors. Perryman, WL; Donahue, MA;
     Laake, JL; Martin, TE. MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2
     p426-445

     Pinniped population dynamics in central California: Correlations with
     sea surface temperature and upwelling indices. Sydeman, WJ; Allen, SG.
     MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p446-461

     Steller sea lion status and trend in Southeast Alaska: 1979-1997.
     Calkins, DG; McAllister, DC; Pitcher, KW; Pendleton, GW.
     MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p462-477

     Distribution and population size of the southern sea lion (Otaria
     flavescens) in central and southern Chubut, Patagonia, Argentina.
     Reyes, LM;Crespo, EA; Szapkievich, V. MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April
     1999 v15 i2 p478-493

     Monitoring the trend of harbor seals in Prince William Sound, Alaska,
     after the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Frost, KJ; Lowry, LF; VerHoef, JM.
      MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p494-506


     Agonistic behavior in harbor seals (Phoca vitulina) in relation to the
     availability of haul-out space. Neumann, DR.
     MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p507-525


     A portable broadband data acquisition system for field studies in
     bioacoustics. Au, WWL; Lammers, MO; Aubauer, R.
     MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p526-531

     Sightings and possible identity of a bottlenose whale in the tropical
     Indo-Pacific: Indopacetus pacificus?. Pitman, RL; Palacios, DM;
     Brennan, PLR; Brennan, BJ; Balcomb, KC; Miyashita, T.
      MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p531-549

     Distribution of dolphins in Galapagos waters. Smith, SD; Whitehead, H.
     MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p550-555

     Mitochondrial DNA used to identify an extralimital beluga whale
     (Delphinapterus leucas) from Nova Scotia as originating from the St.
      Lawrence population. Gladden, JGB; Brodie, PF; Clayton, JW.
     MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p556-558

     Behavior of a humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) upon
     entanglement in a gill net. Weinrich, M. MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April
     1999 v15 i2 p559-563

     Predation on a white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) by a killer whale
     (Orcinus orca) and a possible case of competitive displacement. Pyle,
     P;Schramm, MJ; Keiper, C; Anderson, SD.  MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April
     1999 v15 i2 p563-568

     Lethal tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) attack on bottlenose dolphin
     (Tursiops sp.) calf: Defense and reactions by the mother. Mann, J;
     Barnett, H. MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p568-575

     Age-related changes in hematocrit, hemoglobin, and plasma protein in
     Juan Fernandez fur seals (Arctocephalus philippii). Sepulveda, MS;
     Ochoa-Acuna, H; Homer, BL. MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2
     p575-581

     Notes on the southernmost records of the Guadalupe fur seal,
     Arctocephalus townsendi, in Mexico. Aurioles-Gamboa, D;
     Hernandez-Camacho,CJ; Rodriguez-Krebs, E. MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April
     1999 v15 i2 p581-583

     A remote release mechanism to recover time-depth recorders from marine
     mammals. Hammill, MO; Lesage, V; Lobb, G; Carter, P. MARINE MAMMAL
     SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p584-588

     Quality of satellite telemetry locations of gray seals (Halichoerus
     grypus). Goulet, AM; Hammill, MO; Barrette, C.
     MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p589-594

     Ringed seal (Phoca hispida) breeding in the drifting pack ice of the
     Barents Sea. Wiig, O; Derocher, AE; Belikov, SE.
     MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p595-598

     Interactions between northern elephant seals and vehicles near Point
     Piedras Blancas, California. Hatfield, BB; Rathbun, GB.
     MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p598-600

     The application of immuno-assays for serological detection of
     morbillivirus exposure in free ranging harbor seals (Phoca vitulina)
     and sea otters(Enhydra lutris) from the western coast of the United
     States. Ham-Lamme, KD; King, DP; Taylor, BC; House, C; Jessup, DA;
     Jeffries, S; Yochem, PK; Gulland, FMD; Ferrick, DA; Stott, JL.
     MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p601-608

     Use of the remote Sahul Banks, northwestern Australia, by dugongs,
     including breeding females. Whiting, SD. MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April
     1999 v15 i2 p609-615

     David Edward Gaskin 1939-1998. Read, AJ; Koopman, HN; Westgate, AJ.
     MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE. April 1999 v15 i2 p616-618

     Thermoregulation during swimming and diving in bottlenose dolphins,
     Tursiops truncatus. Noren, DP; Williams, TM; Berry, P; Butler, E.
     JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMIC AND
     ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY. March 1999 v169 i2 p93-99

     Review on persistent organic pollutants in the environment of
     Greenland and Faroe Islands. Fromberg, A; Cleemann, M; Carlsen, L.
     CHEMOSPHERE. June 1999 v38 i13 p3075-3093

     Molecular cloning and characterization of CD4 in an aquatic mammal,
     the white whale Delphinapterus leucas. Romano, TA; Ridgway, SH;
     Felten, DL; Quaranta, V. IMMUNOGENETICS. May 1999 v49 i5 p376-383

     Identification of 19 polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in
     long-finned pilot whale (Globicephala melas) from the Atlantic.
     Lindstrom, G; Wingfors, H; Dam, M; von Bavel, B. ARCHIVES OF
     ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY. April 1999 v36 i3 p355-363

     First paleoparasitological analysis of a midden in the Aleutian
     Islands (Alaska): Results and limits. Bouchet, F; Lefevre, C; West, D;
     Corbett, D.  JOURNAL OF PARASITOLOGY. April 1999 v85 i2 p369-372

     Target detection by an echolocating harbor porpoise (Phocoena
     phocoena). Kastelein, RA; Au, WWL; Rippe, HT; Schooneman, NM.
     JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA. April 1999 v105 i4
     p2493-2498


     Ethical considerations in marine mammal management. Brown, SR.
     JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. April 15, 1999
     v214 i8 p1175-1177

     The changing world of marine mammal regulations. Kohn, BA.
     JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. April 15, 1999
     v214 i8 p1183-1186

     Ankle morphology of the earliest cetaceans and its implications for
     the phylogenetic relations among ungulates. Thewissen, JGM; Madar, SI.
     SYSTEMATIC BIOLOGY. March 1999 v48 i1 p21-30

     Variability in reactions of Pacific harbor seals, Phoca vitulina
     richardsi, to disturbance. Suryan, RM; Harvey, JT. FISHERY BULLETIN.
     April 1999 v97 i2 p332-339

     Concentration of omega 3-polyunsaturated fatty acids of seal blubber
     oil by urea complexation: optimization of reaction conditions.
      Wanasundara, UN; Shahidi, F. FOOD CHEMISTRY. April 1999 v65 i1 p41-49

     Immobilisation of pinniped species. Lynch, MJ; Tahmindjis, MA;
     Gardner, H.  AUSTRALIAN VETERINARY JOURNAL. March 1999 v77 i3 p181-185

     A multivariate analysis of phenotype and paternity in male harbor
     seals, Phoca vitulina, at Sable Island, Nova Scotia. Coltman, DW;
     Bowen, WD;Wright, JM. BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY. March-April 1999 v10 i2
     p169-177

     The Florida manatee: On the verge of extinction?. Bossart, GD.
     JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. April 15, 1999
     v214 i8 p1178-1183



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