[MARMAM] New publications week 35-37

Jan Herrmann jan.herrmann at cetacea.de
Fri Jan 4 08:10:10 PST 2008


Dear all,

here are some new publications of week 35-37 / 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

Alter, S.E. and S.R. Palumbi (2007):
Could genetic diversity in eastern North Pacific 
gray whales reflect global historic abundance?
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 
of the United States of America 104(52): E3.

Christensen, A., S. Rowe, and M. Needham (2007):
Value Orientations, Awareness of Consequences, 
and Participation in a Whale Watching Education 
Program in Oregon.
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 12(4): 289-293.

Dietz, R. et al. (2007):
Upside-down swimming behaviour of free-ranging narwhals.
BMC Ecology 7(1): 14.

Forman, D. et al. (2007):
LETTERS: Toxoplasma in cetaceans around the British Isles.
The Veterinary Record 161(8): 279.

Givens, G.H. and I. Ozaksoy (2007):
Population structure and covariate analysis based 
on pairwise microsatellite allele matching 
frequencies.
Statistical Applications in Genetics and Molecular Biology 6(1): Article 31.

Guimaraes, P.R., Jr. et al. (2007):
Vulnerability of a killer whale social network to disease outbreaks.
Physical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear, and 
Soft Matter Physics 76(4): 042901.

Harino, H. et al. (2007):
Accumulation of Organotin Compounds in Tissues 
and Organs of Dolphins from the Coasts of 
Thailand.
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 54(1): 145-153.

Jackson, J.A. et al. (2008):
How few whales were there after whaling? 
Inference from contemporary mtDNA diversity.
Molecular Ecology 17(1): 236-251.

Jaramillo-Legorreta, A.M. et al. (2007):
Saving the Vaquita: Immediate Action, Not More Data.
Conservation Biology 21(6): 1653-1655.

Jiang, M. et al. (2007):
Springtime transport and retention of Calanus 
finmarchicus in Massachusetts and Cape Cod Bays, 
USA, and implications for right whale foraging.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 349(): 183-197.

Kon, T. et al. (2007):
Phylogenetic position of a whale-fall lancelet 
(Cephalochordata) inferred from whole 
mitochondrial genome sequences.
BMC Evolutionary Biology 7(1): 127.

Lauriano, G. et al. (2007):
Short Note: Observations of top predators 
foraging on fish in the pack ice of the southern 
Ross Sea.
Antarctic Science 19(4): 439-440.

Palsbøll, P.J., M. Bérubé, and F. Larsen (2007):
Could genetic diversity in eastern North Pacific 
gray whales reflect global historic abundance?
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 
of the United States of America 104(52): E2.

Rossi-Santos, M.R. et al. (2007):
Cetacean sightings near South Georgia islands, South Atlantic Ocean.
Polar Biology 31(1): 63-68.

Smith, T.B. and L. Bernatchez (2008):
PREFACE TO THE SPECIAL ISSUE: Evolutionary change 
in human-altered environments.
Molecular Ecology 17(1): 1-8.

Weilgart, L.S. (2007):
The impacts of anthropogenic ocean noise on 
cetaceans and implications for management.
Canadian Journal of Zoology 85(11): 1091-1116.

Zamon, J.E. et al. (2007):
Winter observations of southern resident killer 
whales (Orcinus orca) near the Columbia river 
plume during the 2005 spring chinook salmon 
(Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) spawning migration.
Northwestern Naturalist 88(3): 193-198.

O'Brien, C.M. (2007):
Short Book Reviews: Analysing Ecological Data by 
Alain F. Zuur, Elena N. Ieno, Graham M. Smith.
International Statistical Review 75(3): 426-427.


PINNIPEDIA

Cronin, M.A., C.D. Duck, and O.Ó. Cadhla (2007):
Erratum to "Aerial surveying of grey seal 
breeding colonies on the Blasket Islands, Co. 
Kerry, the Inishkea Group, Co. Mayo and the 
Donegal Coast, Ireland"[J. Nat. Conserv. 15(2) 
(2007) 73-83] Michelle A. Cronin, Callan D. Duck 
and Oliver Ó. Cadhla.
Journal for Nature Conservation 15(4): 265.

Higdon, J.W. et al. (2007):
Phylogeny and divergence of the pinnipeds 
(Carnivora: Mammalia) assessed using a multigene 
dataset.
BMC Evolutionary Biology 7(1): 216.

Lancaster, M.L., S.D. Goldsworthy, and P. Sunnucks (2007):
Multiple mating strategies explain unexpected 
genetic mixing of New Zealand fur seals with two 
congenerics in a recently recolonized population.
Molecular Ecology 16(24): 5267-5276.

Lewer, D. et al. (2007):
Mandibular fracture repair in a harbor seal.
Journal of Veterinary Dentistry 24(2): 95.

Luque, S.P. et al. (2007):
Ontogeny of body size and shape of Antarctic and subantarctic fur seals.
Canadian Journal of Zoology 85(12): 1275-1285.

Wiig, Ø. et al. (2007):
Historical sex-specific distribution of Atlantic 
walrus (Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus) in Svalbard 
assessed by mandible measurements.
Polar Biology 31(1): 69-75.


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