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Franklin, Wally, Franklin, Trish, Brooks, Lyndon, Gibbs, Nadine, Childerhouse, Simon, Burns, Daniel, Paton, David, Garrigue, Claire, Constantine, Rochelle, Poole, Michael, Hauser, Nan, Donoghue, Michael, Russell, Kirsty, Mattila, David K., Robbins, Jooke, Anderson, Megan, Olavarría,Carlos, Jackson, Jennifer, Noad, Michael, Harrison, Peter, Baverstock, Peter, Leaper, Russell, Baker, Scott and Clapham, Phil (2008). Eastern Australia (E1 breeding grounds) may be a wintering destination for Area V Humpback Whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) migrating through New Zealand waters. In: Proceedings of: International Whaling Commission Scientific Committee Meeting. International Whaling Commission Scientific Committee Meeting, Santiago, Chile, (). 23-27 June 2008.    
Franklin, Wally, Franklin, Trish, Gibbs, Nadine, Childerhouse, Simon, Garrigue, Claire, Constantine, Rochelle, Brooks, Lyndon, Burns, Daniel, Paton, David, Poole, Michael, Hauser, Nan, Donoghue, Michael, Russell, Kirsty, Mattila, David K., Robbins, Jooke, Anderson, Megan, Olavarría, Carlos, Jackson, Jennifer, Noad, Michael, Harrison, Peter, Baverstock, Peter, Leaper, Russell, Baker, Scott and Clapham, Phil (2014) Photo-identification confirms that humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) from eastern Australia migrate past New Zealand but indicates low levels of interchange with breeding grounds of Oceania. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management, 14 1: 133-140.     Cited 4 times in Scopus4
Miller, Brian S, Barlow, Jay, Calderan, Susannah, Collins, Kym, Leaper, Russell, Olson, Paula, Ensor, Paul, Peel, David, Donnelly, David, Andrews-Goff, Virginia, Olavarria, Carlos, Owen, Kylie, Rekdahl, Melinda, Schmitt, Natalie, Wadley, Victoria, Gedamke, Jason, Gales, Nick and Double, Michael C (2015) Validating the reliability of passive acoustic localisation: A novel method for encountering rare and remote Antarctic blue whales. Endangered Species Research, 26 3: 257-269. doi:10.3354/esr00642     14 Cited 18 times in Scopus18 17