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Lawson, G.L., M.C. Castleton, and B.A. Block. 2010. Movements and diving behavior of Atlantic bluefin tuna Thunnus thynnus in relation to water column structure in the northwestern Atlantic. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 400: 245-265.

Friedlaender, A.S., G.L. Lawson, and P.N. Halpin. 2009. Evidence of resource partitioning between humpback and minke whales around the Western Antarctica Peninsula. Marine Mammal Science, 25: 402-415.

Kurota, H., M.K. McAllister, G.L. Lawson, J.I. Nogueira, S.L.H. Teo, and B.A. Block. 2009. A sequential Bayesian methodology to estimate movement and exploitation rates using electronic and conventional tag data: application to Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 66: 1-22.

Greene, C.H., B.A. Block, D. Welch, G. Jackson, G.L. Lawson, and E.L. Rechisky. 2009. Advances in conservation oceanography: New tagging and tracking technologies and their potential for transforming the science underlying fisheries management. Oceanography, 22: 210-223.

Lawson, G.L., P.H. Wiebe, T.K. Stanton, and C.J. Ashjian. 2008. Euphausiid Distribution Along the Western Antarctic Peninsula – Part A: Development of Robust Multi-Frequency Acoustic Techniques to Identify Euphausiid Aggregations and Quantify Euphausiid Size, Abundance, and Biomass. Deep-Sea Research II, 55: 412-431.

Lawson, G.L., P.H. Wiebe, C.J. Ashjian, and T.K. Stanton. 2008. Euphausiid Distribution Along the Western Antarctic Peninsula – Part B: Distribution of Euphausiid Aggregations and Biomass, and Associations With Environmental Features. Deep-Sea Research II, 55: 432-454.

Ashjian, C.J., C.S. Davis, S.M. Gallager, P.H. Wiebe, and G.L. Lawson. 2008. Distribution of larval krill and zooplankton in association with hydrography in Marguerite Bay, Antarctic Peninsula, in austral fall and winter 2001 described using the Video Plankton Recorder. Deep-Sea Research II, 55: 455-471.

Ribic, C.A., E. Chapman, W.R. Fraser, G.L. Lawson, and P.H. Wiebe. 2008. Top predators in relation to bathymetry, ice, and krill during austral winter in Marguerite Bay, Antarctica. Deep-Sea Research II, 55: 485-499.

Rose, G.A.*, I.R. Bradbury, B. deYoung, S.B. Fudge, G.L. Lawson, L.G.S. Mello, D.R. Robichaud, G. Sherwood, P.V.R. Snelgrove, and M.J.S. Windle. 2008. Rebuilding Atlantic cod: Lessons from a spawning ground in coastal Newfoundland. In: G.H. Kruse, K. Drinkwater, J.N. Ianelli, J.S. Link, D.L. Stram, V. Wespestad, and D. Woodby (Eds.). 24th Lowell Wakefield Symposium Proceedings: Resiliency of gadid stocks to fishing and climate change. Alaska Sea Grant, Fairbanks, pp. 197-219. *Authorship alphabetical after senior author.

Lavery, A.C., P.H. Wiebe, T.K. Stanton, G.L. Lawson, M.C. Benfield, and N.J. Copley. 2007. Determining dominant scatterers of sound in mixed zooplankton populations. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 122: 3304-3326.

Lawson, G.L., P.H. Wiebe, C.J. Ashjian, D. Chu, and T.K. Stanton. 2006. Improved parameterization of Antarctic krill target strength models. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 119: 232-242.

Friedlaender, A.S., P.N. Halpin, S. Qian, G.L. Lawson, P.H. Wiebe, D. Thiele, and A.J. Read. 2006. Whale distribution in relation to prey abundance and oceanographic processes in shelf waters of the Western Antarctic Peninsula. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 317: 297-310.

Lawson, G.L., P.H. Wiebe, C.J. Ashjian, S.M. Gallager, C.S. Davis, and J.D. Warren. 2004. Acoustically-inferred zooplankton distribution in relation to hydrography west of the Antarctic Peninsula. Deep-Sea Research II, 51: 2041-2072.

Ashjian, C.J., G.A. Rosenwaks, P.H. Wiebe, C.S. Davis, S.M. Gallager, N.J. Copley, G.L. Lawson, and P. Alatalo. 2004. Distribution of zooplankton on the continental shelf of Marguerite Bay, Antarctic Peninsula, during austral fall and winter, 2001. Deep-Sea Research II, 51: 2073-2098.

Wiebe, P.H., C.J. Ashjian, S.M. Gallager, C.S. Davis, G.L. Lawson, and N.J. Copley. 2004. Using a high powered strobe light to increase the catch of Antarctic krill. Marine Biology, 144: 493-502.

Chu, D., P.H. Wiebe, N.J. Copley, G.L. Lawson, and V. Puvanendran. 2003. Material properties of North Atlantic cod eggs and early stage larvae and their influence on acoustic scattering. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 60: 508-515.

Lawson, G.L., M. Barange, and P. Fréon. 2001. Species identification of pelagic fish schools on the South African continental shelf using acoustic descriptors and ancillary information. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 58: 275-287.

Rose, G.A., S. Gauthier, and G.L. Lawson. 2000. Acoustic surveys in the full monte: simulating uncertainty. Aquatic Living Resources, 13: 367-372.

Lawson, G.L., and G.A. Rose. 2000. Small-scale spatial and temporal patterns in spawning of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in coastal Newfoundland waters. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 57: 1011-1024.

Lawson, G.L., and G.A. Rose. 2000. Seasonal distribution and movements of coastal cod (Gadus morhua L.) in Placentia Bay, Newfoundland. Fisheries Research, 49: 61-75.

Lawson, G.L., and G.A. Rose. 1999. The importance of detectability to acoustic surveys of semi-demersal fish. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 56: 370-380.

Lawson, G.L., D.L. Kramer, and W. Hunte. 1999. Size-related habitat use and schooling behaviour in two species of surgeonfish (Acanthurus bahianus and A. coeruleus) on a fringing reef in Barbados, West Indies. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 54: 19-33.

Weary, D.M., G.L. Lawson, and B.K. Thompson. 1996. Sows show stronger responses to isolation calls of piglets associated with greater levels of piglet need. Animal Behaviour, 52: 1247-1253.



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