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LITERATURE

Barbieri, M. M., Raverty, S., Bradley Hanson, M., Venn-Watson, S., Ford, J. K., & Gaydos, J. K. (2013). Spatial and temporal analysis of killer whale (Orcinus orca) strandings in the North Pacific Ocean and the benefits of a coordinated stranding response protocol. Marine Mammal Science, 29(4).

Bradshaw, C. J., Evans, K., & Hindell, M. A. (2006). Mass cetacean strandings: a plea for empiricism. Conservation Biology, 584-586.

Clua, E. E., Manire, C. A., & Garrigue, C. (2014). Biological data of pygmy killer whale (Feresa attenuata) from a mass stranding in New Caledonia (South Pacific) associated with Hurricane Jim in 2006. Aquatic Mammals, 40(2), 162.

Cordes, D. O. (1982). The causes of whale strandings. New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 30(3), 21-24.

D'Amico, A., Gisiner, R. C., Ketten, D. R., Hammock, J. A., Johnson, C., Tyack, P. L., & Mead, J. (2009). Beaked whale strandings and naval exercises. Aquatic Mammals, 35(4), 452.

Evans, K., Thresher, R., Warneke, R. M., Bradshaw, C. J. A., Pook, M., Thiele, D., & Hindell, M. A. (2005). Periodic variability in cetacean strandings: links to large-scale climate events. Biology letters, 1(2), 147-150.

Groom, C. J., & Coughran, D. K. (2012). Three decades of cetacean strandings in Western Australia: 1981 to 2010. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 95, 63-76.

Groom, C. J., Coughran, D. K., & Smith, H. C. (2014). Records of beaked whales (family Ziphiidae) in Western Australian waters. Marine Biodiversity Records, 7.

Hazen, E. L., Palacios, D. M., Forney, K. A., Howell, E. A., Becker, E., Hoover, A. L., ... & Bailey, H. (2017). WhaleWatch: a dynamic management tool for predicting blue whale density in the California Current. Journal of Applied Ecology, 54(5), 1415-1428.

Kirschvink, J. L., Dizon, A. E., & Westphal, J. A. (1986). Evidence from strandings for geomagnetic sensitivity in cetaceans. Journal of Experimental Biology, 120(1), 1-24.

Klinowska, M. (1986). Cetacean live stranding dates relate to geomagnetic disturbances. Aquatic Mammals, 11(3), 109-119.

McGovern, B., Culloch, R. M., O'Connell, M., & Berrow, S. (2016). Temporal and spatial trends in stranding records of cetaceans on the Irish coast, 2002–2014. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 1-13.

Meynecke, J. O., & Meager, J. J. (2016). Understanding strandings: 25 years of humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) strandings in Queensland, Australia. Journal of Coastal Research, 75(sp1), 897-901.

Pierce, G. J., Santos, M. B., Smeenk, C., Saveliev, A., & Zuur, A. F. (2007). Historical trends in the incidence of strandings of sperm whales (Physeter macrocephalus) on North Sea coasts: An association with positive temperature anomalies. Fisheries Research, 87(2), 219-228.

Pyenson, N. D., Gutstein, C. S., Parham, J. F., Le Roux, J. P., Chavarría, C. C., Little, H., ... & Santelli, C. M. (2014). Repeated mass strandings of Miocene marine mammals from Atacama Region of Chile point to sudden death at sea. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 281(1781), 20133316.

Vanselow, K. H., & Ricklefs, K. (2005). Are solar activity and sperm whale Physeter macrocephalus strandings around the North Sea related?. Journal of sea research, 53(4), 319-327.

Vanselow, K. H., Ricklefs, K., & Colijn, F. (2009). Solar driven geomagnetic anomalies and sperm whale (Physeter macrocephalus) strandings around the North Sea: an analysis of long term datasets. The Open Marine Biology Journal, 3, 89-94.

Vanselow, K. H., Jacobsen, S., Hall, C., & Garthe, S. (2017). Solar storms may trigger sperm whale strandings: explanation approaches for multiple strandings in the North Sea in 2016. International Journal of Astrobiology, 1-9.

Vianna, T. D. S., Loch, C., Castilho, P. V. D., Gaidzinski, M. C., Cremer, M. J., & Simões-Lopes, P. C. (2016). Review of thirty-two years of toothed whale strandings in Santa Catarina, southern Brazil (Cetacea: Odontoceti). Zoologia (Curitiba), 33(5).