Adamczak, S.K., D.A. Pabst, W.A. McLellan and L.H. Thorne (In press) Do bigger bodies require bigger radiators? Insights into thermal ecology from closely related marine mammal species and implications for ecogeographic rules. J Biogeogr

Adamczak, S.K., D.A. Pabst, W.A. McLellan and L.H. Thorne. 2019. Using 3D models to improve estimates of marine mammal size and external morphology. Front Mar Sci 10.3389/fmars.2019.00334 [PDF]

Thorne L.H., R.W. Baird, D.L. Webster, J.E. Stepanuk and A.J. Read, 2019. Predicting fisheries bycatch: A case study and field test for pilot whales in a pelagic longline fishery. Divers Distrib. 2019;00:1–15. [PDF]

Donaton, J., K. Durham. R. Cerrato, J. Schwerzmann and L.H. Thorne, 2018. Long-term changes in loggerhead sea turtle diet indicate shifts in the benthic community associated with warming temperatures. Estuar Coast Shelf Sci 218: 139-147 [PDF]

Fuirst, M., R.R. Veit, M. Hahn, N. Dheilly and L.H. Thorne, 2018. Effects of urbanization on the foraging ecology and microbiota of a generalist seabird. PLOS ONE 13(12): e0209200 [PDF]

Stepanuk, J., A.J. Read, R.W. Baird, D.L. Webster and L.H. Thorne, 2018. Spatiotemporal patterns of overlap between short-finned pilot whales and the U.S. pelagic longline fishery in the Mid-Atlantic Bight: An assessment to inform the management of fisheries bycatch. Fish Res, 208: 309-320 [PDF]

Thorne, L.H., H.J. Foley, R.W. Baird, D.L. Webster, Z.T. Swaim and A.J. Read, 2017. Movement and foraging behavior of short-finned pilot whales in the Mid-Atlantic Bight: importance of bathymetric features and implications for management. Mar Ecol Prog Ser., 584: 245-257. [PDF]

Foley, C.M., M.A. Lynch, L.H. Thorne and H.J. Lynch, 2017. Listing Foreign Species under the Endangered Species Act: A Primer for Conservation Biologists. BioScience [PDF].

Thorne, L.H., M.G. Connors, E.L. Hazen, S.J. Bograd, D.G. Foley, M.A. Kappes, H.M. Kim, D.P. Costa and S.A. Shaffer, 2016. Effects of El Niño-driven changes in wind patterns on North Pacific albatrosses. J. R. Soc. Interface, 13:119 [PDF]

Lynch, M.A., C.M. Foley, L.H. Thorne and H.J. Lynch, 2016. Improving the use of biological data in Antarctic management. Antarctic Science. doi:10.1017/S0954102016000353.[PDF]

Thorne, L.H., E.L. Hazen, S.J. Bograd, D.G. Foley, M.G. Connors, M.A. Kappes, H.M. Kim, Y.Tremblay, D.P. Costa and S.A. Shaffer, 2015. Foraging behavior links climate variability and reproduction in North Pacific albatrosses. Move. Ecol, 3:27 [PDF]

Belkin, I.M., G.L. Hunt, E.L. Hazen, J.E. Zamon, R.S. Schick, R. Prieto, J. Brodziak, S.L. Teo, L.H. Thorne, H. Bailey, I. Sachihiko, P. Munk, M.K. Musyl, J.K. Willis and W. Zhang, 2014. Fronts, fish and predators. Deep-Sea Res. Pt. II. 107: 1-2. [PDF]

Thorne, L.H. and A.J. Read, 2013. Fine-scale biophysical interactions drive prey availability at a migratory stopover site for Phalaropus spp. in the Bay of Fundy, Canada. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 487: 261-273. [PDF]

Waples, D.M., L.H. Thorne, L.W. Williams, E.K. Burke, K.W. Urian and A.J. Read, 2013. A field test of acoustic deterrent devices used to reduce interactions between bottlenose dolphins and a coastal gillnet fishery in North Carolina, USA. Biol Conserv. 157: 163-171. [PDF]

Thorne, L.H., D.W. Johnston, D.L. Urban, R.W. Baird, S. Yin, S. Rickards, M.H. Deakos, A.A. Pack and M.C. Hill, 2012. Predictive modeling of spinner dolphin (Stenella longirostris) resting habitat in the main Hawaiian Islands: implications for management. PLoS ONE. 7(8): e43167. [PDF]

Dunn, D.C., K. Stewart, R.K. Bjorkland, M. Haughton, S. Singh-Rentond, R. Lewison, L.H. Thorne and P.N. Halpin, 2009. A regional analysis of coastal and domestic fishing effort in the wider Caribbean. Fish Res. 102(1-2): 60-68. [PDF]

Nowacek, D.P., L.H. Thorne, D.W. Johnston and P. L. Tyack, 2007. Responses of cetaceans to anthropogenic noise: an update and evaluation of potential physiological consequences. Mam Rev 37(2): 81-115. [PDF]

Johnston D.W., L.H. Thorne and A.J. Read, 2005. Fin whales (Balaenoptera physalus) and minke whales (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) exploit a tidally-driven island wake ecosystem in the Bay of Fundy. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 305: 287-295. [PDF]

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