Lesley Thorne
Lesley Thorne
Assistant Professor, Stony Brook University
Verified email at stonybrook.edu
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Responses of cetaceans to anthropogenic noise
DP Nowacek, LH Thorne, DW Johnston, PL Tyack
Mammal Review 37 (2), 81-115, 2007
7282007
Predictive modeling of spinner dolphin (Stenella longirostris) resting habitat in the main Hawaiian Islands
LH Thorne, DW Johnston, DL Urban, J Tyne, L Bejder, RW Baird, S Yin, ...
PLoS One 7 (8), e43167, 2012
862012
Fin whales Balaenoptera physalus and minke whales Balaenoptera acutorostrata exploit a tidally driven island wake ecosystem in the Bay of Fundy
DW Johnston, LH Thorne, AJ Read
Marine Ecology Progress Series 305, 287-295, 2005
722005
A regional analysis of coastal and domestic fishing effort in the wider Caribbean
DC Dunn, K Stewart, RH Bjorkland, M Haughton, S Singh-Renton, ...
Fisheries Research 102 (1-2), 60-68, 2010
542010
Effects of urbanization on the foraging ecology and microbiota of the generalist seabird Larus argentatus
M Fuirst, RR Veit, M Hahn, N Dheilly, LH Thorne
PLoS One 13 (12), e0209200, 2018
302018
A field test of acoustic deterrent devices used to reduce interactions between bottlenose dolphins and a coastal gillnet fishery
DM Waples, LH Thorne, LEW Hodge, EK Burke, KW Urian, AJ Read
Biological conservation 157, 163-171, 2013
292013
Fine-scale biophysical interactions drive prey availability at a migratory stopover site for Phalaropus spp. in the Bay of Fundy, Canada
LH Thorne, AJ Read
Marine Ecology Progress Series 487, 261-273, 2013
222013
Effects of El Niņo-driven changes in wind patterns on North Pacific albatrosses
LH Thorne, MG Conners, EL Hazen, SJ Bograd, M Antolos, DP Costa, ...
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 13 (119), 20160196, 2016
202016
Foraging behavior links climate variability and reproduction in North Pacific albatrosses
LH Thorne, EL Hazen, SJ Bograd, DG Foley, MG Conners, MA Kappes, ...
Movement Ecology 3 (1), 1-15, 2015
202015
Fronts, fish, and predators
IM Belkin, GL Hunt, EL Hazen, JE Zamon, RS Schick, R Prieto, J Brodziak, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 107, 1-2, 2014
192014
Movement and foraging behavior of short-finned pilot whales in the Mid-Atlantic Bight: importance of bathymetric features and implications for management
LH Thorne, HJ Foley, RW Baird, DL Webster, ZT Swaim, AJ Read
Marine Ecology Progress Series 584, 245-257, 2017
152017
Seasonal-to-interannual prediction of North American coastal marine ecosystems: Forecast methods, mechanisms of predictability, and priority developments
MG Jacox, MA Alexander, S Siedlecki, K Chen, YO Kwon, S Brodie, I Ortiz, ...
Progress in Oceanography 183, 102307, 2020
112020
Using 3D models to improve estimates of marine mammal size and external morphology
SK Adamczak, A Pabst, WA McLellan, LH Thorne
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 334, 2019
82019
Predicting fisheries bycatch: A case study and field test for pilot whales in a pelagic longline fishery
LH Thorne, RW Baird, DL Webster, JE Stepanuk, AJ Read
Diversity and Distributions 25 (6), 909-923, 2019
82019
Spatiotemporal patterns of overlap between short-finned pilot whales and the US pelagic longline fishery in the Mid-Atlantic Bight: An assessment to inform the management of …
JEF Stepanuk, AJ Read, RW Baird, DL Webster, LH Thorne
Fisheries Research 208, 309-320, 2018
82018
Listing foreign species under the Endangered Species Act: A primer for conservation biologists
CM Foley, MA Lynch, LH Thorne, HJ Lynch
BioScience 67 (7), 627-637, 2017
52017
Improving the use of biological data in Antarctic management
MA Lynch, CM Foley, LH Thorne, HJ Lynch
Antarct. Sci 28 (6), 425-431, 2016
52016
Long-term changes in loggerhead sea turtle diet indicate shifts in the benthic community associated with warming temperatures
J Donaton, K Durham, R Cerrato, J Schwerzmann, LH Thorne
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 218, 139-147, 2019
32019
Mercury concentrations provide an indicator of marine foraging in coastal birds
LH Thorne, M Fuirst, R Veit, Z Baumann
Ecological Indicators 121, 106922, 2021
22021
Do bigger bodies require bigger radiators? Insights into thermal ecology from closely related marine mammal species and implications for ecogeographic rules
SK Adamczak, DA Pabst, WA McLellan, LH Thorne
Journal of Biogeography 47 (5), 1193-1206, 2020
22020
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