David Aurioles-Gamboa
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Using isoscapes to trace the movements and foraging behavior of top predators in oceanic ecosystems
BS Graham, PL Koch, SD Newsome, KW McMahon, D Aurioles
Isoscapes: understanding movement, pattern, and process on earth through …, 2010
The Gulf of California: review of ecosystem status and sustainability challenges.
Progress in Oceanography 73, 1-26, 2007
Global threats to pinnipeds.
KM Kovacs, A Aguilar, D Aurioles, V Burkanov, C Campagna, N Gales, ...
Marine Mammal Science 28 (2), 2012
Using Carbon and Nitrogen isotopes to investigate reproductive strategies in Northeast Pacific otariids
PLAGD Newsome, S.D., Etnier, M.A., Koch
Marine Mammal Science 22 (3), 556-572., 2006
Multiple foraging strategies in a marine apex predator, the Galapagos Sea Lion
DAGSS Villegas-Amtmann, S. D. Costa, Y. Tremblay
Marine Ecology Progress Series 363, 299-309, 2008
Species-and sex-specific differences in foraging behaviour and foraging zones in blue-footed and brown boobies in the Gulf of California
H Weimerskirch, SA Shaffer, Y Tremblay, DP Costa, H Gadenne, A Kato, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 391, 267-278, 2009
Spatial and temporal variations in the diet of the California sea lion (Zalophus californianus) in the Gulf of California, México
DAG García-Rodríguez F.
Fishery Bulletin 102 (1), 47-62, 2004
Size and distribution of the California sea lion population in Mexico
BJ Le Boeuf, D Aurioles, R Condit, C Fox, R Gisiner, R Romero, F Sinsel
Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences 43 (7), 77-85, 1983
Position, breadth and trophic overlap of sea lions (Zalophus californianus) in the Gulf of California, Mexico.
VHCEPLK Porras-Peters, H., Aurioles-Gamboa D.
Marine Mammal Science 24 (3), 554–576., 2008
Inferring spatial structure from time-series data: using multivariate state-space models to detect metapopulation structure of California sea lions in the Gulf of California …
EEHLG Ward, J. E., H. Chirakkal, M. González-Suárez, D. Aurioles-Gamboa
Journal of Applied Ecology 47, 47-56, 2010
Differences in foraging location of Mexican and California elephant seals: evidence from stable isotopes in pups
D Aurioles, PL Koch, BJ Le Boeuf
Marine Mammal Science 22 (2), 326-338, 2006
Population status and trends of the California sea lion (Zalophus californianus californianus) in the Gulf of California, Mexico
D Szteren, D Aurioles, LR Gerber
Sea Lions of the World. Alaska Sea Grant College Program, Fairbanks, 369-384, 2006
Algunos factores ecológicos que determinan la distribución y abundancia del lobo marino zuluphus californiunus, en el golfo de California
DA Gamboa, AZ González
Ciencias Marinas 20 (4), 535-553, 1994
Stable isotopes indicate differing foraging strategies in two sympatric otariids of the Galapagos Islands
JDPD Páez-Rosas, D. Aurioles-Gamboa, D., Alava
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 424, 44–52, 2012
Diet and feeding overlap of two otariids, Zalophus californianus and Arctocephalus townsendi: Implications to survive environmental uncertainty
AGDFJ Camacho-Ríos.
Aquatic Mammals 33 (3), 315-326., 2007
Individual trophic specialization and niche segregation explain the contrasting population trends of two sympatric otariids
PI Franco-Trecu V., D. Aurioles-Gamboa
Marine Biology 161 (3), 609-618, 2014
Alimentary niche partitioning in the Galapagos sea lion, Zalophus wollebaeki
D Páez-Rosas, D Aurioles-Gamboa
Marine Biology 157, 2769-2781, 2010
Adiciones a la ictiofauna de Bahía de La Paz Baja California Sur, México
FGCV Balart, E., J. Castro A., D. Aurioles-Gamboa
Hidrobiologica 5 (1-2), 79-85, 1995
Prepartum and postpartum trophic segregation between sympatrically breeding female Arctocephalus australis and Otaria flavescens
MAML Franco-Trecu V., D. Aurioles-Gamboa D.
Journal of Mammalogy 93 (2), 414-421, 2012
Isolation by distance among California sea lion populations in Mexico: redefining management stocks.
GL González-Suárez, M, Flatz, R, Aurioles-Gamboa D, Hedrick, PW
Molecular Biology 18, 1088-1099, 2009
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