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Send requests to: Glacier Bay National Park, PO Box 140, Gustavus, Alaska 99826
Baker, C.S. (1985). The population structure and social organization of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) in the central and eastern North Pacific. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Hawaii, 306 pp.
Gabriele, C.M., J.M. Straley and C. S. Baker (1995). The Variability of Humpback Whale Counts in Glacier Bay and Icy Strait. Proceedings of the Third Glacier Bay Science Symposium, 1993, edited by D.R. Engstrom, pp. 239-245.
Straley, J.M. and C.M. Gabriele (1995). Seasonal Characteristics of Humpback Whales in Southeastern Alaska. Proceedings of the Third Glacier Bay Science Symposium, 1993, ed. D.R. Engstrom, pp. 229-238.
Gabriele, C. M. and T. M. Lewis. 2000. Summary of Opportunistic Marine Mammal Observations in Glacier Bay and Icy Strait 1994-1999. U.S. Natl. Park Serv., Glacier Bay National Park. [4.0 MB .PDF . Or 1.4 MB non-accessible PDF document.]
Gabriele, C. M., J. M. Straley and J. L. Neilson. 2007. Age at first calving of female humpback whales in southeastern Alaska. Marine Mammal Science. 23: 226-239.
Gabriele, C. M., C. Lockyer, J. M. Straley, C. M. Jurasz and H. Kato. 2010. Sighting history of a naturally marked humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) suggests ear plug growth layer groups are deposited annually. Marine Mammal Science. 26: 443-450.