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 "Computed tomography (CT): a non-invasive technique for assessing trauma and disease in stranded marine mammals", 18th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Quebec, Canada, Society for Marine Mammology, 10/2009.
 "Why do whales beach themselves? Are strandings increasing?", Scientific American, vol. 301, issue 4: Nature Publishing Group, pp. 96, 10/2009.
 "Marine mammal noise exposure criteria: initial scientific recommendations (2009)", Proceedings of the 157th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, 4, vol. 125, Portland, Oregon, Acoustical Society of America, pp. 2517, 04/2009.
 "Beaked whale necropsy findings for strandings in the bahamas, puerto rico, and madeira, 1999-2002", Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Technical Publication, Woods Hole, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, pp. 34, 11/2005.
 "Marine mammal hearing and acoustic trauma: basic mechanisms, marine adaptations, and beaked whale anomalies", Report of the Bioacoustics Panel, NATO/SACLANT: NATO/SACLANT, pp. 2/21-2/63-78, 1998.
 "Man-made noise in the oceans: irrelevant or irreparable? (Plenary lecture)", World Marine Mammal Conference; joint meeting, European Cetacean Society and the Society for Marine Mammalogy, Monaco, European Cetacean Society and the Society for Marine Mammalogy, 1998.
 "Estimates of blast injury and acoustic trauma zones for marine mammals from underwater explosions", Sensory Systems of Aquatic Mammals, Woerden, The Netherlands, De Spil Publishers, pp. 391-408, 1995.
 "Blast injury in humpback whale ears: evidence and implications", Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 94, issue 3 pt. 2, Denver, Colorado, Acoustical Society of America, pp. 1849-1850, 09/1993.