Aguilar, N., V. Martin, M. Silva, R. Edler, C. Reyes, M. Carrillo, A. Schiavi, T. Morales, B. García-Ovide, A. Sánchez, N. García-Tavero, L. Steiner, M. Scheer, R. Gocker, D. Walker, and E. L. Carroll. 2017. A new colour for True´s beaked whale (Mesoplodon mirus) in Macaronesia. PeerJ 5:e3059. This paper went somewhat viral;  covered by the New York Times, Time , the New Scientist and more

Cammen, K., K. Andrews, E. L. Carroll, et al. 2016. Recent advances in high-throughput sequencing of marine mammals. Journal of Heredity. doi:10.1093/jhered/esw044 Open Access!

Carroll E. L., C. Reyes, O. E. Gaggiotti, et al. 2016. Pilot study to assess the utility of ddRAD sequencing in identifying species-specific and shared SNPs among Blainville’s (Mesoplodon densirostris) and Cuvier’s (Ziphius cavirostris) beaked whales. Report SC/66b/DNA03 presented to the International Whaling Commission, Cambridge, UK. Available here: SC_66b_DNA_03_ddRAD_Carroll

Torres, L., W. Rayment, C. Olavarria, D. Thompson, B. Graham, C. S. Baker, N. Patenaude, S. Bury, L. Boren, G. Parker and E. L. Carroll. 2016. Demography and ecology of southern right whales wintering at Campbell Island, New Zealand. Polar Biology. DOI 10.1007/s00300-016-1926-x.

Jackson, J.A., E.L. Carroll, T. Smith, A. Zerbini, N. Patenaude, C.S. Baker. 2016. An integrated approach to historical population assessment of the great whales: case of the New Zealand southern right whale. Royal Society Open Science 3: 150669. Open Access!

Carroll, E. L., R. M. Fewster, S. J. Childerhouse, N. J. Patenaude, L. Boren and C. S. Baker. 2016. Juvenile survival and fidelity in the New Zealand southern right whale (Eubalaena australis). PLoS One. e0146590. doi:10.1371/journal. pone.0146590 Open Access!

Carroll, E. L., C.S. Baker, M. Watson, R. Alderman, J. Bannister, O.E. Gaggiotti, D. Gröcke, N. Patenaude, and R. Harcourt. 2015. Migratory traditions shape genetic structure of South Pacific southern right whales across a migratory networks. Nature Scientific Reports 5:16182 doi: 10.1038/srep16182 Open Access!

Carroll, E. L., L. Brooks, C.S. Baker, et al. 2015. Assessing the design and power of capture-recapture studies to estimate population growth rate and abundance of the endangered Oceania humpback whale population. Endangered Species Research 28: 147-162. doi: 10.3354/esr00686 Open Access!

Constantine, R., E.L. Carroll, R. Stewart, D. Neale, A. Van Helden. 2014. First record of True’s beaked whale Mesoplodon mirus in New Zealand. Marine Biodiverstiy Records 7: e1

Carroll, E. L., J. Jackson, D. Paton, and T. Smith. 2014. Two intense decades of 19th century whaling precipitated rapid decline of right whales around New Zealand and east Australia. PLoS One 9(4): e93789. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0093789 Open Access!

Vale, R. T. R, R. M. Fewster, E. L. Carroll, and N. Patenaude. 2014. Maximum likelihood estimation for model M(t,alpha) for capture-recapture data with misidentification. Biometrics 70:4 962-971 doi: 10.1111/biom.12195

Carroll, E. L., Childerhouse, S.J., Fewster, R. et al. (2013). Accounting for female reproductive cycles in a superpopulation mark-recapture framework. Ecological Applications 23, 1677-1690

Carroll E.L., Rayment, W., Alexander, A. et al. (2014). Re-establishment of former wintering grounds by New Zealand southern right whales. Marine Mammal Science 30: 206-220 doi: 10.1111/mms.12031

Carroll E.L., Childerhouse S.J., Christie M, et al. (2012). Paternity assignment and demographic closure in the New Zealand southern right whale. Molecular Ecology doi: 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2012.05676.x.

Carroll E.L., Patenaude N.J., Alexander A.M., et al. (2011). Population structure and individual movement of southern right whales around New Zealand and Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series 432, 257-268. Open Access!

Carroll E.L., Patenaude N.J., Childerhouse S., et al. (2011). Abundance of the New Zealand subantarctic southern right whale population estimated from photo-identification and genotype mark-recapture. Marine Biology 158, 2565-2575.

Jackson J.A., Patenaude N.J., Carroll E.L., Baker C.S. (2008) How few whales were there after whaling? Inference from contemporary mtDNA diversity. Molecular Ecology 17, 236-251.

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