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Madrigal, B.C.*, Crance, J.L., Berchok, C.L., & Stimpert, A.K. 2021. Call repertoire and inferred ecotype presence of killer whales (Orcinus orca) recorded in the southeastern Chukchi Sea. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 150(1), 145-158.

Ryan, J.P., Joseph, J.E., Margolina, T., Hatch, L.T., Azzara, A., Reyes, A., Southall, B.L., DeVogelaere, A., Peavey Reeves, L.E., Zhang, Y. and Cline, D.E., Jones, B., McGill, P., Baumann-Pickering, S., and Stimpert, A.K. 2021. Reduction of Low-Frequency Vessel Noise in Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8, p.587.

Oestreich, W.K., Fahlbusch, J.A., Cade, D.E., Calambokidis, J., Margolina, T., Joseph, J., Friedlaender, A.S., McKenna, M.F., Stimpert, A.K., Southall, B.L., Goldbogen, J.A., Ryan, J.P. 2020. Animal-borne metrics enable acoustic detection of a dispersed migration. Current Biology, 30(23), 4773-4779.

Stimpert, A.K., Lammers, M.O., Pack, A.A., and Au, W.W.L. 2020. Variations in received levels on a sound and movement tag on a singing humpback whale: Implications for caller identification. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 147(5): 3684-3690. DOI: 10.1121/10.0001306

Segre, P., Potvin, J., Cade, D.E., Calambokidis, J., Di Clemente, J., Fish, F.E., Friedlaender, A.S., Gough, W.T., Kahane-Rapport, S.R., Oliveira, C., Parks, S.E., Penry, G.S., Simon, M., Stimpert, A.K., Wiley, D.N., Bierlich, K.C., Madsen, P.T., Goldbogen, J.A. 2020. Energetic and physical limitations on the breaching performance of large whales. Elife, 9, e51760.

Tackaberry, J.E.*, Cade, D.E., Goldbogen, J.A., Wiley, D.N., Friedlaender, A.S., Stimpert, A.K. 2020. From a calf’s perspective: Humpback whale nursing behavior on two US feeding grounds. Peer J.

Friedlaender, A.S., Bowers, M.T., Cade, D., Hazen, E.L., Stimpert, A.K., Allen, A.N., Calambokidis, J., Fahlbusch, J., Segre, P., Visser, F. and Southall, B.L., 2020. The advantages of diving deep: fin whales quadruple their energy intake when targeting deep krill patches. Functional Ecology, 34(2), pp.497-506.

Goldbogen, JA, Cade, DE, Wisniewska, DM, Potvin, J, Segre, PS, Savoca, MS, Hazen, EL, Czapanskiy, MF, Kahane-Rapport, SR, DeRuiter, SL, Gero, S. Tonnesen, P., Gough, WT, Hanson, MB, Holt, M, Jensen, FH, Simon, M, Stimpert, AK, Arranz, P, Nowacek, DP, Parks, S, Visser, F , Friedlaender, AS, Tyack, PL, Madsen, PT, Pyenson, ND 2019. Why whales are big but not bigger: physiological drivers and 1 ecological limits in the age of ocean giants. Science, 366(6471), 1367-1372.

Ryan, J., Cline, D., Chavez, F., Wahl, C., Joseph, J., Margolina, T., Stimpert, A., Forney, K., DeVogelaere, A., Black, N., Fischer, M. 2019. Temporal variations in humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) song in Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, northeast Pacific. PLoS ONE 14(9): e0222456.

Stimpert, A.K., Madrigal, B.M.*, Yoklavich, M., Wakefield, W.  2019.  Acoustic influence of underwater mobile survey vehicles on the soundscape of Pacific rockfish habitat.  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America Express Letters.

Arranz, P., Benoit-Bird, K., Friedlaender, A.S., Hazen, E.L., Goldbogen, J.A., Stimpert, A.K., DeRuiter, S.L., Calambokidis, J., Southall, B.L., Fahlman, A., Tyack, P.L.  2019.  Diving behavior and fine-scale kinematics of free-ranging Risso’s dolphins foraging in shallow and deep-water habitats.  Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution.

Southall, B.L., DeRuiter, S.L., Friedlaender, A.S., Stimpert, A.K., Goldbogen, J.A., Hazen, E.L., Casey, C.B., Fregosi, S., Cade, D.E., Allen, A.N., Harris, C.M., Schorr, G., Moretti, D., Guan, S., Calambokidis, J.  2019.  Behavioral responses of individual blue whales (Balaenoptera musculus) to mid-frequency military sonar.  Journal of Experimental Biology. 

Lewis, L.A., Calambokidis, J., Stimpert, A.K., Fahlbusch, J., Friedlaender, A.S., McKenna, M.F., Mesnick, S.L., Oleson, E.M., Southall, B.L., Szesciorka, A.R., Sirovic, A.  2018.  Context-dependent variability in blue whale acoustic behavior.  Royal Society Open Science 5: 180241.

Friedlaender, A.S., Herbert-Read, J.E., Hazen, E.L., Cade, D.E., Calambokidis, J., Southall, B.L., Stimpert, A.K. and Goldbogen, J.A., 2017. Context-dependent lateralized feeding strategies in blue whales. Current Biology, 27(22):  R1206-R1208.

Goldbogen, J.A., Cade, D.E., Boersma, A.T., Calambokidis, J., Kahane-Rapport, S., Segre, P.S., Stimpert, A.K., Friedlaender, A.S.  2017.  Using digital tags with integrated video and inertial sensors to study moving morphology and associated behavior in large aquatic vertebrates.  Anatomical Record 300 (11): 1935-1941.

Hooker, S., Simmons, S., Stimpert, A., McDonald, B.  2017.  Equity and Career-Life Balance in Marine Mammal Science?  Marine Mammal Science.

Ryan, J., Cline, D., Dawe, C., McGill, P., Zhang, Y., Joseph, J., Margolina, T., Caillat, M., Fischer, M., DeVogelaere, A., Stimpert, A., Southall, B.  2016.  New Passive Acoustic Monitoring in Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary:  Exploring natural and anthropogenic sounds in a deep soundscape.  OCEANS 2016 MTS/IEEE Monterey. IEEE, 2016.

Chen, J., Pack, A.A., Au, W.W.L., Stimpert, A.K.  2016.  First measurements of humpback whale song sound levels received by a calf in association with a singer.  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140(5):  4010-4015.

Arranz, P, DeRuiter, SL, Stimpert, AK, Neves, S, Friedlaender, AS, Goldbogen, JA, Visser, F, Calambokidis, J, Southall, BL, and Tyack, PL.  2016.  Discrimination of fast click series produced by tagged Risso’s dolphins (Grampus griseus) for echolocation or communication.  Journal of Experimental Biology 219: 2898-2907. doi:10.1242/jeb.144295.

Friedlaender, A.S., Hazen, E.L., Goldbogen, J.A., Stimpert, A.K., Calambokidis, J., Southall, B.L.  2016.  Prey-mediated behavioral responses of feeding blue whales in controlled sound exposure experiments.  Ecological Applications, 26(4): 1075–1085.

Friedlaender, AS, Johnston, DW, Tyson, RB, Kaltenberg, A, Goldbogen, JA, Stimpert, AK, Curtice, C., Hazen, EL, Halpin, PN, Read, AJ, and Nowacek, DP.  2016. Multiple-stage decisions in a marine central-place forager.   Royal Society Open Science 3.5: 160043. DOI:10.1098/rsos.160043

Stimpert, A.K., DeRuiter, S., Goldbogen, J.A., Falcone, E.A., Douglas, A., Gailey, G., Joseph, J., Moretti, D., Friedlaender, A.S., Calambokidis, J., Tyack, P.L.  2015.  Sound production and associated underwater behavior of tagged fin whales (Balaenoptera physalus) in the Southern California Bight.  Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:23.  DOI: 10.1186/s40317-015-0058-3

Rudd, A.B., Richlen, M.F., Stimpert, A.K., Au, W.W.L.  2015.  Underwater sound measurements of the Hawai`i Superferry:  the implications of this vessel type for large whale ship strikes.  Pacific Science 69(2):  155-164. 

Goldbogen, J.A., Hazen, E., Friedlaender, A.S., Calambokidis, J., DeRuiter, S., Stimpert, A.K., Southall, B.L.  2015.  Prey density and distribution drive the three-dimensional foraging kinematics of the largest filter feeder.  Functional Ecology. 

Parks, S., Cusano, D., Stimpert, A.K., Weinrich, M., Friedlaender, A.S., Wiley, D.  2014.  Evidence for acoustic coordination of cooperative bottom feeding by humpback whales.  Scientific Reports. 

Stimpert, A.K., DeRuiter, S., Moretti, D., Friedlaender, A.S., Schorr, G., Falcone, E., Goldbogen, J., Calambokidis, J., and Southall, B.  2014.  Acoustic and foraging behavior of a tagged Baird’s beaked whale (Berardius bairdii) exposed to simulated sonar.  Scientific Reports.  (Link)

Goldbogen, J.A.*, Stimpert, A.K.*, DeRuiter, S.L.*, Calambokidis, J., Friedlaender, A.S., Schorr, G.S., Moretti, D.J., Tyack, P.L., Southall, B.L.  2014.  Using accelerometers to determine the calling behavior of tagged baleen whales.  Journal of Experimental Biology.  *these authors contributed equally to this work  doi: 10.1242/jeb.103259

Friedlaender, A.S., Tyson, R.B., Stimpert, A.K., Read, A.J., Nowacek, D.P.  2013.  Extreme diel variation in the feeding behavior of humpback whales along the Western Antarctic Peninsula during autumn.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 494: 281-289.

Ware, C., Wiley, D., Friedlaender, A.S., Weinrich, M., Abernathy, K., Hazen, E., Hurst, T., Stimpert, A., Thompson, M.  2013.  Bottom Side-roll feeding by humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) in the Southern Gulf of Maine, USA.  Marine Mammal Science. 

Goldbogen, J.A., Calambokidas, J., Friedlaender, A.S., Francis, J., DeRuiter, S.L., Stimpert, A.K., Falcone, E., Southall, B.L.  2013.  Underwater acrobatics by the world’s largest predator:  360 degree rolling manoeuvers by lunge feeding blue whales.  Biology Letters (9)1.  (Link)

Stimpert, A.K., Peavey, L.E., Friedlaender, A.S., Nowacek, D.P.  2012.  Humpback whale song and foraging behavior on an Antarctic feeding ground.  PLOS One 7(12):  e51214. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0051214 (includes supplementary sound files) PDF

Stimpert, A.K., Mattila, D., Au, W.W.L., Nosal, E.M.  2012.  Tagging young humpback whale calves:  methodology and underwater behavior.  Endangered Species Research 19: 11-17, DOI 10.3354/esr00456.  (Link)

Tyson, R.B., Friedlaender, A.S., Ware, C., Stimpert, A.K., Nowacek, D.P.  2012.  In synch?  Humpback whale mother and calf foraging behavior:  insights from multi-sensor suction cup tags.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 457: 209-220.  PDF

Apprill A, Mooney T.A., Lyman E., Stimpert A.K., Rappé M.S. 2011.  Humpback whales harbour a combination of specific and variable skin bacteria. Environmental Microbiology Reports 3:223-232.  PDF and suppl.

Stimpert, AK, Au, WWL, Parks, SE, Hurst, T, Wiley, DN. 2011.  Common humpback whale (Megapteranovaeangliae) sound types for passive acoustic monitoring.  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 129(1): 476-482.  PDF and suppl.

Stimpert, A.K., Wiley, D.N., Au, W.W.L., Johnson, M.P., and Arsenault, R.  2007.  “Megapclicks”:  acoustic click trains and buzzes used during nighttime foraging of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae).  Biology Letters 3(5):  467-470.  (includes supplementary video – 9MB)  PDF 

Mate, B., Duley, P., Lagerquist, B., Wenzel, F., Stimpert, A., and Clapham, P.J.2005.  Observations of a female North Atlantic Right Whale (Eubalaena glacialis) in simultaneous copulation with two males:  supporting evidence for sperm competition.  Aquatic Mammals 31(2), 157-160PDF

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