Andrew W Trites
Andrew W Trites
Professor of Marine Mammals, University of British Columbia
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TitleCited byYear
Diet composition and trophic levels of marine mammals
D Pauly, AW Trites, E Capuli, V Christensen
ICES journal of Marine Science 55 (3), 467-481, 1998
6521998
Behavioural responses of killer whales (Orcinus orca) to whale-watching boats: opportunistic observations and experimental approaches
R Williams, AW Trites, DE Bain
Journal of Zoology 256 (2), 255-270, 2002
3572002
The decline of Steller sea lions Eumetopias jubatus in Alaska: a review of the nutritional stress hypothesis
AW Trites, CP Donnelly
Mammal review 33 (1), 3-28, 2003
3562003
Competition between fisheries and marine mammals for prey and primary production in the Pacific Ocean
AW Trites, V Christensen, D Pauly
Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization, 1997
2791997
Ecological effects of regime shifts in the Bering Sea and eastern North Pacific Ocean
AJ Benson, AW Trites
Fish and Fisheries 3 (2), 95-113, 2002
2752002
Mapping world-wide distributions of marine mammal species using a relative environmental suitability (RES) model
K Kaschner, R Watson, AW Trites, D Pauly
Marine Ecology Progress Series 316, 285-310, 2006
2532006
Molecular scatology as a tool to study diet: analysis of prey DNA in scats from captive Steller sea lions
BE Deagle, DJ Tollit, SN Jarman, MA Hindell, AW Trites, NJ Gales
Molecular Ecology 14 (6), 1831-1842, 2005
2522005
Dietary analysis from fecal samples: how many scats are enough?
AW Trites, R Joy
Journal of Mammalogy 86 (4), 704-712, 2005
1962005
Pollock and the decline of Steller sea lions: testing the junk-food hypothesis
DAS Rosen, AW Trites
Canadian Journal of Zoology 78 (7), 1243-1250, 2000
1962000
Changes in the abundance of Steller sea lions(Eumetopias jubatus) in Alaska from 1956 to 1992: How many were there?
AW Trites, PA Larkin
Aquatic Mammals 22 (3), 153-166, 1996
1881996
Predictions of critical habitat for five whale species in the waters of coastal British Columbia
EJ Gregr, AW Trites
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58 (7), 1265-1285, 2001
1812001
A bioenergetic model for estimating the food requirements of Steller sea lions Eumetopias jubatus in Alaska, USA
AJ Winship, AW Trites, DAS Rosen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 229, 291-312, 2002
1732002
Bottom‐up forcing and the decline of Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) in Alaska: assessing the ocean climate hypothesis
AW Trites, AJ Miller, HDG Maschner, MA Alexander, SJ Bograd, ...
Fisheries Oceanography 16 (1), 46-67, 2007
1712007
Ecosystem change and the decline of marine mammals in the Eastern Bering Sea: testing the ecosystem shift and commercial whaling hypotheses
AW Trites, PA Livingston, S Mackinson, M Vasconcellos, AM Springer, ...
Fisheries Centre, University of British Columbia, 1999
1671999
Estimating mean body masses of marine mammals from maximum body lengths
AW Trites, D Pauly
Canadian Journal of Zoology 76 (5), 886-896, 1998
1651998
Quantifying sequence proportions in a DNA‐based diet study using Ion Torrent amplicon sequencing: which counts count?
BE Deagle, AC Thomas, AK Shaffer, AW Trites, SN Jarman
Molecular Ecology Resources 13 (4), 620-633, 2013
1562013
Behavioural responses of male killer whales to aleapfrogging'vessel
R Williams, DE Bain, JKB Ford, AW Trites
Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 4 (3), 305-310, 2002
1392002
Prey patch patterns predict habitat use by top marine predators with diverse foraging strategies
KJ Benoit-Bird, BC Battaile, SA Heppell, B Hoover, D Irons, N Jones, ...
PloS one 8 (1), e53348, 2013
1302013
Experimental attempts to reduce predation by harbor seals on out‐migrating juvenile salmonids
H Yurk, AW Trites
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 129 (6), 1360-1366, 2000
1202000
The effects of prey availability on pup mortality and the timing of birth of South American sea lions (Otaria flavescens) in Peru
KH Soto, AW Trites, M Arias-Schreiber
Journal of Zoology 264 (4), 419-428, 2004
1192004
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