Subject: Biblio: Killer Whales

Michael Williamson (williams@whale.simmons.edu)
Thu, 23 May 1996 09:57:08 -0400 (EDT)

KILLER WHALE BIBLIOGRAPHY
Prepared by Nancy Stevick for Allied Whale
Updated December 1995

Andrews, B., and T. Desmond.  1981.  Killer Whale Births.  
Whalewatcher.  15(1):8-9.
Asper, E.D., and L.H. Cornell.  1977.  Live Capture Statistics for 
the Killer Whale (Orcinus orca) 1961-1976 in California, Washington and British Columbia.  Aquatic Mammals. 5(1):21-26.

Arnbom, T., V. Papastavrou, L.S. Weilgart, and Hal Whitehead.  1987.  
Sperm Whales React to an Attack by Killer Whales.  Journal of Mammalogy. 68(2):450-453.

Aube, L.J.  1988.  Orca.  Sea Frontiers.  34:320-325.

Baldridge, A.  1972.  Killer Whales Attack and Eat a Gray Whale.  
Journal of Mammalogy.  53(4):898-900.

Bartlett, D., and J. Bartlett.  1976.  Patagonia's Wild Shore:  Where 
Two Worlds Meet.  National Geographic.  149(3):314-317.

Bigg, Michael A., Graeme M. Ellis, and Kenneth C. Balcomb.  1986.  
The Photographic Identification of Individual Cetaceans.  Whalewatcher.  20(2):10-12.

Bigg, Michael A., Graeme M. Ellis, John K.B. Ford, and Kenneth C. 
Balcomb.  1987.  Killer Whales:  A Study of Their Identification, Geneology and Natural History in British Columbia and Washington St
ate.  Nanaimo, British Columbia:  Phantom Press & Publishers Inc.

Bigg, Michael A., I.B. MacAskie, and Graeme Ellis.  1983.  
Photo-identification of Individual Killer Whales.  Whalewatcher (Journal of the American Cetacean  Society) 17(1):3-5.

Burgess, K.  1968.  The Behaviour and Training of a Killer Whale, 
Orcinus orca, at San Diego Sea World.  International Zoo Yearbook  8:202-205.

Cook, Joseph J., and William L. Wisner.  1963.  Killer Whale!  New 
York:  Dodd, Mead.

Cornell, L.H., and Stephen Leatherwood.  1986.  Killer Whale Birth at 
Sea World.  Whalewatcher 20(1):8-10.

Fisher, Ronald.  1973.  Namu:  Making Friends With a Killer Whale.  
National Geographic Society.

Ford, John K.B.  1985.  Acoustic Traditions of Killer Whales.  
Whalewatcher (Journal of the American Cetacean Society) 19(3):3-6.

Ford, John K.B.  1981.  The Killer Whales of B.C.  Waters (Journal of 
the Vancouver Aquarium).  5(1):1-32.

Ford, John K.B., Graeme M. Ellis, and Kenneth C. Balcomb.  1994.  
Killer Whales:  The Natural History and Genealogy of Orcinus orca in British Columbia and Washington State.  Vancouver, British Colum
bia/Seattle, Washington:  UBC Press/University of Washington Press.

Gordon, David G., and Chuck Flaherty.  1990.  The American Cetacean 
Society Field Guide to the Orca.  Seattle, Washington:  Sasquatch Books.

Gormley, Gerard.  1990.  Orcas of the Gulf:  A Natural History.  San 
Francisco:  Sierra Club Book.

Griffin, Edward I.  1982.  Namu:  Quest for the Killer Whale.  
Seattle, Washington:  Grypohon West Publishers.

Griffin, Edward I.  1966.  Making Friends With A Killer Whale.  
National Geographic 129(3):418-446.

Haley, D.  1970.  Views on the Killer Whale Dispute.   Pacific Search 
5(1):1-3.

Hand, Douglas.  1994.  Gone Whaling.  New York:  Simon & Schuster.

Hand, Douglas.  1987.  Keeping an Ear on Orcas.  Oceans 20:10-19.

Heezen, B.C., and G.L. Johnson.  1969.  Alaskan Submarine Cables:  A 
Struggle With A Harsh Environment.  Artic 22(4):413-424.

Heimlich-Boran, J.R.  1988.  Behavioral Ecology of Killer Whales 
(Orcinus orca) in the Pacific Northwest.  Canadian Journal of Zoology 66(3):565-578.

Hewlett, K.G.  1974.  The Killer Whale:  A Need for Perspective.  
Pacific Search 9(1):18-19.

Hoyt, Erich.  1992.  The Performing Orca - Why the Show Must Stop.  
Bath, England:  The Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society.

Hoyt, Erich.  1990.  Orca:  The Whale Called Killer.  Camden East, 
Ontario:  Camden House.

Hoyt, Erich.  1985.  A Conservation with Michael Bigg.  Cetus 
6(1):1-4.

Hoyt, Erich.  1984.  The Whales Called "Killer".  National Geographic 
166(2):220-237.

International Whaling Commission.  1982.  Killer Whale Workshop.  
Rep. int. Whal. Commn 32:615-694.  (Many papers on the identity, structure and vital rates of killer whales around the world.)

Jeune, P.  1979.  Killer Whale:  The Saga of Miracle.  Toronto:  
McClelland.

Kirkewalde, Barbara C. and Joan S. Lockhard.  1986.  Behavioral 
Biology of the Killer Whale.  New York:  Alan R. Liss.

Matkin, C.  1981.  Orca:  Killer Whale.  Whalewatcher 15(1):3-4.

Osborne, R.J., F. Felleman, and J. Heimlich-Boran.  1985.  Review of 
Orca Natural History.  Cetus 6(1):9-11.

Scheffer, Victor B.  The Killer Whale.  1967.  Pacific Search 
1(7):3-4.

Simon, Seymour.  1978.  Killer Whales.  J.B. Lippincott Co.

Sugarman, Peter.  1984.  Field Guide to the Orca Whales of Greater 
Puget Sound and Southern British Columbia.  Friday Harbor, Washington:  The Whale Museum.

Tarpy, C.  1979.  Killer Whale Attack.  National Geographic 
155:542-545.


On line info:

http://www.slip.net/~oyafuso/orcinusorca.html
This is a web site put together by a 15 year old bor and has lots of 
information on killer whales as well as links to other sites.

http://oregon.uoregon.edu/~rmitchel/whale.html
This is a list of marine mammal sites put together by Bill Lemus.

http://www.bev.net/education/SeaWorld/homepage.html
Sea World has some educational acitvities and information on orcas at this site.

http://metro.turnpike.net/S/sam2.index.html
This contains links to other marine mammal web sites.

I hope you find this information helpful.  Good luck with your 
report!

Nancy Stevick
Allied Whale