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Rosenbaum, H. C.,Kershaw, F.,Mendez, M.,Pomilla, C.,Leslie, M. S.,Findlay, K. P.,Best, P. B.,Collins, T.,Vely, M.,Engel, M. H.,Baldwin, R.,Minton, G.,Meÿer, M.,Flórez-González, L.,Poole, M. M.,Hauser, N.,Garrigue, C.,Brasseur, M.,Bannister, J.,Anderson, M.,Olavarría, C.,Baker, C. S.

First circumglobal assessment of Southern Hemisphere humpback whale mitochondrial genetic variation and implications for management Journal Article

Endangered Species Research, 32 (213), pp. 551-567, 2017.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Keywords: Arabian Sea, breeding grounds, Genetic differentiation, Humpback Whale, megaptera novaeangliae, mtDNA, population structure, Stock assessment

Mendez, M.,Subramaniam, A.,Collins, T.,Minton, G.,Baldwin, R.,Berggren, P.,Sa¨rnblad, A.,Amir, O. A.,Peddemors, V.,Karczmarski, L.,Guissamulo, A.,Rosenbaum, H.C.

Molecular ecology meets remote sensing: environmental drivers to population structure of humpback dolphins in the Western Indian Ocean Journal Article

Heredity, (404), pp. 1-13, 2011.

Abstract | BibTeX | Keywords: Genetic differentiation, indopacific humpback dolphin, migration, population structure, remote sensing, sousa, Sousa chinensis

Kershaw, Francine,Carvalho, Inês,Loo, Jacqueline,Pomilla, Cristina,Best, Peter B.,Findlay, Ken P.,Cerchio, Salvatore,Collins, Tim,Engel, Marcia H.,Minton, Gianna,Ersts, Peter,Barendse, Jaco,Kotze, P. G. H.,Razafindrakoto, Yvette,Ngouessono, Solange,Meÿer, Michael,Thorton, Meredith,Rosenbaum, Howard C.

Multiple processes drive genetic structure of humpback whale ( Journal Article

Molecular Ecology, (131), pp. n/a-n/a, 2017, ISBN: 1365-294X.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Keywords: behaviour, Humpback Whale, International Whaling Commission, megaptera novaeangliae, population assessment, population genetics, population identity, population structure, Southern Hemisphere, wildlife management

Rosenbaum, H.C.,Pomilla, C.,Mendez, M.C.,Leslie, M.,Best, P.,Findlay, K.,Minton, G.,Ersts, P.J.,Collins, T.,Engel, M.H.,Bonatto, S.,Kotze, D.,Meyer, M.,Barendse, J.,Thornton, M.,Razafindrakoto, Y.,Ngouessono, S,Vely, M.,Kiszka, J.

Population Structure of Humpback Whales from Their Breeding Grounds in the South Atlantic and Indian Oceans Journal Article

PLoS ONE, 4 (460), pp. e7318. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0007318, 2009.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Keywords: Arabian Sea, Humpback Whale, Indian Ocean, megaptera novaeangliae, migration, mtDNA, Oman, population identity, population structure, Population X, Southern Hemisphere

Cerchio, S.,Willson, A.,Muirhead, C.,Al Harthi, S.,Baldwin, R.,Bonato, M,Collins, T.,Di Clemente, J.,Dulau, Violaine,Estrade, Vanessa,Latha, G,Minton, A. Gianna.,Sarrouf Willson, M.

Geographic variation in song indicates both isolation of Arabian Sea humpback whales and presence of Southern Hemisphere whales off Oman Technical Report

(342), 2018, ISSN: IWC/SC67B/CMP19.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Keywords: Humpback Whale, India, Indian Ocean, megaptera novaeangliae, Oman, population structure, Reunion, song

Rosenbaum,H.C.,Glaberman,S.,Jefferson,T.,Collins,T.,Minton,G.,Peddemors,V.,Baldwin,R.M.

Phylogenetic relationships and population structure among humpback dolphins based on mtDNA variation Technical Report

(459), 2002, ISBN: SC/54/SM34.

Abstract | BibTeX | Keywords: control region, dolphin, dolphins, humpback dolphins, International Whaling Commission, mtDNA, Oman, Pacific Ocean, phylogenetic, population, population structure, South Africa, status, taxonomy, whaling