[MARMAM] New publications week 32-34

Jan Herrmann jan.herrmann at cetacea.de
Thu Dec 20 07:39:52 PST 2007


Dear all,

here are some new publications of week 32-34 / 2007,
which haven't been announced on MARMAM earlier AFAIK.

By clicking the following link you are guided to 
a website, where the following references are 
linked to their according journal homepages. 
There you can find abstracts and contact 
information:
http://www.mmbib.com/news.php

Please do not contact MARMAM, the MARMAM editors or me for reprints. Thank you.

Thanks to all of you who sent in reprints to be 
included in the weekly announcements.

Kindest Regards,
Jan Herrmann


CETACEA

Frasier, T.R. et al. (2007):
Patterns of male reproductive success in a highly 
promiscuous whale species: the endangered North 
Atlantic right whale.
Molecular Ecology 16(24): 5277-5293.

Hammill, M.O. et al. (2007):
A Response to 'Sentient Beings and Wildlife 
Resources: Inuit, Beluga Whales and Management 
Regimes in the Canadian Arctic'.
Human Ecology 35(5): 639-640.

Lehnert, K. et al. (2007):
Whale lice (Isocyamus delphinii) on a harbour 
porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) from German waters.
The Veterinary Record 161(15): 526-528.

Oelschläger, H.A. et al. (2008):
Morphology and Evolutionary Biology of the 
Dolphin (Delphinus sp.) Brain - MR Imaging and 
Conventional Histology.
Brain, Behavior and Evolution 71(1): 68-86.

Parks, S.E., C.W. Clark, and P.L. Tyack (2007):
Short- and long-term changes in right whale 
calling behavior: The potential effects of noise 
on acoustic communication.
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 122(6): 3725-3731.

Sargeant, B.L. (2007):
Individual foraging specialization: niche width versus niche overlap.
Oikos 116(9): 1431-1437.

Stafford, K.M. et al. (2007):
Seasonal variability and detection range modeling 
of baleen whale calls in the Gulf of Alaska, 
1999-2002.
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 122(6): 3378-3390.

Tyrrell, M. (2007):
Sentient Beings and Wildlife Resources: Inuit, 
Beluga Whales and Management Regimes in the 
Canadian Arctic. Counter-response to M.O. 
Hammill, V. Lesage, P. Richard and P. Hall.
Human Ecology 35(5): 641-642.

Vela, A.I. et al. (2007):
Flavobacterium ceti sp. nov., isolated from 
beaked whales (Ziphius cavirostris).
International Journal of Systematic and 
Evolutionary Microbiology 57(11): 2604-2608.

Weiß, B.M. et al. (2007):
Intra- and intergroup vocal behavior in resident killer whales, Orcinus orca.
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 122(6): 3710-3716.

Groussaud, P. et al. (2007):
Molecular typing divides marine mammal strains of 
Brucella into at least three groups with distinct 
host preferences.
Journal of Medical Microbiology 56(11): 1512-1518.


PINNIPEDIA

Beausoleil, N.J. and D.J. Mellor (2007):
Investigator responsibilities and animal welfare 
issues raised by hot branding of pinnipeds.
Australian Veterinary Journal 85(12): 484-485.

Houser, D.S., C.D. Champagne, and D.E. Crocker (2007):
Lipolysis and glycerol gluconeogenesis in 
simultaneously fasting and lactating northern 
elephant seals.
American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, 
Integrative and Comparative Physiology 293(6): 
R2376-R2381.

Kapoor, A. et al. (2008):
A highly divergent picornavirus in a marine mammal.
Journal of Virology 82(1): 311-320.

Lehnert, K., J.A. Raga, and U. Siebert (2007):
Parasites in harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) from 
the German Wadden Sea between two Phocine 
Distemper Virus epidemics.
Helgoland Marine Research 61(4): 239-245.

McMahon, C.R. (2007):
PERSPECTIVES. Branding the seal branders: what 
does the research say about seal branding?
Australian Veterinary Journal 85(12): 482-484.

Monamy, V. (2007):
Hot iron branding of seals and sea lions: why the ban will remain.
Australian Veterinary Journal 85(12): 485-486.


OTHER MARINE MAMMALS

Seiffert, E.R. (2007):
A new estimate of afrotherian phylogeny based on 
simultaneous analysis of genomic, morphological, 
and fossil evidence.
BMC Evolutionary Biology 7(1): 224.

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