Reserve readings for

Marine Mammal Biology 1

Below is a list of papers available in the library, to be read by the dates specified in the syllabus. For further reading you can also refer to the citation lists at the back of these papers. Remember that both Allied Whale and I personally also have an extensive library of readings should you need further literature.

 

Anonymous. Various readings on classification and taxonomy.

Barnes, L.G. 1984. Search for the first whale; retracing the ancestry of cetaceans. Oceans, 17:20-23.

Baur, D.C., Bean, M.J., and Gosliner, M.L. 1999. The laws governing marine mammal conservation in the United States. In Conservation and Management of Marine Mammals. Edited by Twiss Jr., J.R., and Reeves, R.R. Smithsonian Press, Washington DC. pp. 48-86.

Berta, A., and Sumich, J.L. 1999. Marine Mammals: Evolutionary Biology. Chapters 2-4, Systematics and Classification. Academic Press, New York, NY.

Clapham, P.J., and Brownell, R.L.J. 1996. The potential for interspecific competition in baleen whales. Rep. Int. Whal. Comm., 46:361-367.

Domning, D.P. 1987. Sea cow family reunion. Nat. Hist., 87:65-71.

Gambell, R. 1999. The International Whaling Commission and the contemporary whaling debate. In Conservation and Management of Marine Mammals. Edited by Twiss Jr., J.R., and Reeves, R.R. Smithsonian Press, Washington DC. pp. 179-198.

Katona, S.K., and Kraus, S.D. 1999. Efforts to conserve the North Atlantic right whale. In Conservation and Management of Marine Mammals. Edited by Twiss Jr., J.R., and Reeves, R.R. Smithsonian Press, Washington DC. pp. 311-331.

Katona, S., and Whitehead, H. 1988. Are Cetacea ecologically important? Ocean. Mar. Biol. Ann. Rev., 26:553-568.

Kooyman, G.L. 1985. Physiology without restraint in diving mammals. Mar. Mamm. Sci., 1:166-178.

Lavigne, D.M., Innes, S., Worthy, G.A.J., Kovacs, K.M., Schmitz, O.J., and Hickie, J.P. 1986. Metabolic rates of seals and whales. Can. J. Zool., 64:279-284.

LeDuc, R.G., Perrin, W.F., and Dizon, A.E. 1999. Phylogenetic relationships among the delphinid cetaceans based on full cytochrome B sequences. Mar. Mamm. Sci., 15:619-648.

Lien, J. 1994. Entrapments of large cetaceans in passive inshore fishing gear in Newfoundland and Labrador (1979-1990). In Gillnets and Cetaceans. IWC Spec. Pub. 15. Edited by Donovan, G., Perrin, W.F., and Barlow, J. IWC, Cambridge. pp. 149-157.

Lien, J. 1996. The human and biological context of marine mammal by-catch, and a review of information on large whale collisions with fishing gear. Whale Research Group, St. John's, Newfoundland.

Lockyer, C. 1987. Evaluation of the role of fat reserves in relation to the ecology of North Atlantic fin and sei whales. In Approaches to Marine Mammal Energetics. Edited by Huntley, A.C., Costa, D.P., Worthy, G.A.J., and Castellini, M.A. Allen Press, Lawrence, Kansas. pp. 183-203.

Mann, J. 2000. Unraveling the dynamics of social life. In Cetacean Societies: Field studies of dolphins and whales. Edited by Mann, J., Connor, R.C., Tyack, P.L., and Whitehead, H. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. pp. 45-64.

Northridge, S.P., and Hofman, R.J. 1999. Marine mammal interactions with fisheries. In Conservation and Management of Marine Mammals. Edited by Twiss Jr., J.R., and Reeves, R.R. Smithsonian Press, Washington DC. pp. 99-119.

Rommel, S.A., Pabst, D.A., and McLellan, W.A. 1998. Reproductive thermoregulation in marine mammals. Am. Sci., 86:440-448.

Zimmer, C. 1998. The equation of a whale. Discover, 78-84.