C Scott Baker
C Scott Baker
Professor, Oregon State University and University of Auckland
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Contrasting population structure from nuclear intron sequences and mtDNA of humpback whales.
SR Palumbi, CS Baker
Molecular Biology and Evolution 11 (3), 426-435, 1994
5091994
Abundant mitochondrial DNA variation and world-wide population structure in humpback whales
CS Baker, A Perry, JL Bannister, MT Weinrich, RB Abernethy, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 90 (17), 8239-8243, 1993
4081993
Genome 10K: a proposal to obtain whole-genome sequence for 10 000 vertebrate species
Genome 10K Community of Scientists
Journal of Heredity 100 (6), 659-674, 2009
3602009
Influence of seasonal migration on geographic distribution of mitochondrial DNA haplotypes in humpback whales
CS Baker, SR Palumbi, RH Lambertsen, MT Weinrich, J Calambokidis, ...
Nature 344 (6263), 238-240, 1990
3601990
Aggressive behavior between humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) wintering in Hawaiian waters
CS Baker, LM Herman
Canadian journal of zoology 62 (10), 1922-1937, 1984
2851984
Which whales are hunted? A molecular genetic approach to monitoring whaling
CS Baker, SR Palumbi
Science 265 (5178), 1538-1540, 1994
2531994
Hierarchical structure of mitochondrial DNA gene flow among humpback whales Megaptera novaeangliae, world‐wide
CS Baker, RW Slade, JL Bannister, RB Abernethy, MT Weinrich, J Lien, ...
Molecular Ecology 3 (4), 313-327, 1994
2291994
Migratory movement and population structure of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) in the central and eastern North Pacific
CS Baker, LM Herman, A Perry, WS Lawton, JM Straley, AA Wolman, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 105-119, 1986
2231986
Modelling the past and future of whales and whaling
CS Baker, PJ Clapham
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 19 (7), 365-371, 2004
2222004
Population structure of nuclear and mitochondrial DNA variation among humpback whales in the North Pacific
CS Baker, L Medrano‐Gonzalez, J Calambokidis, A Perry, F Pichler, ...
Molecular Ecology 7 (6), 695-707, 1998
1911998
Molecular genetic identification of whale and dolphin products from commercial markets in Korea and Japan
CS Baker, F Cipriano, SR Palumbi
Molecular Ecology 5 (5), 671-685, 1996
1881996
A NEW SPECIES OF BEAKED WHALE MESOPLODON PERRINI SP. N. (CETACEA: ZIPHIIDAE) DISCOVERED THROUGH PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSES OF …
ML Dalebout, JG Mead, CS Baker, AN Baker, AL van Helden
Marine mammal science 18 (3), 577-608, 2002
1712002
World‐wide genetic differentiation of Eubalaena: questioning the number of right whale species
HC Rosenbaum, RL Brownell Jr, MW Brown, C Schaeff, V Portway, ...
Molecular Ecology 9 (11), 1793-1802, 2000
1682000
Neglect of genetic diversity in implementation of the convention of biological diversity
L Laikre, FW Allendorf, LC Aroner, CS Baker, DP Gregovich, MM Hansen, ...
Conservation Biology 24 (1), 86-88, 2010
1642010
Taxonomic status of the genus Sotalia: species level ranking for “tucuxi”(Sotalia fluviatilis) and “costero”(Sotalia guianensis) dolphins
S Caballero, F Trujillo, JA Vianna, H Barrios‐Garrido, MG Montiel, ...
Marine mammal science 23 (2), 358-386, 2007
1642007
Population structure of South Pacific humpback whales and the origin of the eastern Polynesian breeding grounds
C Olavarría, CS Baker, C Garrigue, M Poole, N Hauser, S Caballero, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 330, 257-268, 2007
1452007
Modern whaling
PJ Clapham, CS Baker
Encyclopedia of marine mammals, 1328-1332, 2002
145*2002
DNA surveillance: web-based molecular identification of whales, dolphins, and porpoises
HA Ross, GM Lento, ML Dalebout, M Goode, G Ewing, P McLaren, ...
Journal of Heredity 94 (2), 111-114, 2003
1422003
Behavioral responses of summering humpback whales to vessel traffic: experiments and opportunistic observations
CS Baker, LM Herman
1381989
Journal of Heredity Adopts Joint Data Archiving Policy
CS Baker
Journal of Heredity 104 (1), 1-1, 2013
1362013
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