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Skinner, J.P., Burkanov, V.N., and Andrews, R.D. (2012). Influence of environment, morphology, and instrument size on lactating northern fur seal Callorhinus ursinus foraging behavior on the Lovushki Islands, Russia. Marine Ecology Progress Series 471:293-308. 
 
Latty, C.J., Hollmen, T.E., Petersen, M.R., Powell, A.N., and Andrews, R.D. (2010). Abdominally implanted transmitters with percutaneous antennas affect the dive performance of common eiders. Condor 112:314-322. 
 
Skinner, J.P., Norberg, S.E. and Andrews, R.D. (2009). Head striking during prey capture attempts by Steller sea lions and the potential for using head surge acceleration to predict feeding behavior. Endangered Species Research 10:61-69.
 
Cooke S.J., Hinch, S.G., Wikelski, M., Andrews, R.D., Kuchel, L.J., Wolcott, T.G., Butler, P.J. (2004). Biotelemetry: a mechanistic approach to ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19(6):334-343.
 
Andrews, R. D. (1998). Instrumentation for the remote monitoring of physiological and behavioral variables. Journal of Applied Physiology 85(5):1974-1981. 
 
Andrews, R. D. (1998). Remotely releasable instruments for monitoring the foraging behaviour of pinnipeds. Marine Ecology Progress Series 175:289-294. 
 
Research with the Steller sea lions in human care at the Alaska SeaLife Center was conducted under permits 881-1745 and 14334 from NOAA Fisheries’ Office of Protected Resources.

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