John K.B. Ford
John K.B. Ford
Adj Professor, Dept of Zoology, University of BC
Verified email at ubc.ca
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Dietary specialization in two sympatric populations of killer whales (Orcinus orca) in coastal British Columbia and adjacent waters
JKB Ford, GM Ellis, LG Barrett-Lennard, AB Morton, RS Palm, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology 76 (8), 1456-1471, 1998
6511998
Social organization and genealogy of resident killer whales (Orcinus orca) in the coastal waters of British Columbia and Washington State
MA Bigg, PF Olesiuk, GM Ellis, JKB Ford, KC Balcomb
Report of the International Whaling Commission 12, 383-405, 1990
5431990
Vocal traditions among resident killer whales (Orcinus orca) in coastal waters of British Columbia
JKB Ford
Canadian journal of zoology 69 (6), 1454-1483, 1991
5281991
Acoustic behaviour of resident killer whales (Orcinus orca) off Vancouver Island, British Columbia
JKB Ford
Canadian Journal of Zoology 67 (3), 727-745, 1989
4761989
Killer whales: the natural history and genealogy of Orcinus orca in British Columbia and Washington
JKB Ford, GM Ellis, KC Balcomb
UBC press, 1996
4561996
Life history and population dynamics of northern resident killer whales (Orcinus orca) in British Columbia
PF Olesiuk, GM Ellis, JKB Ford
Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat, 2005
4072005
Killer whale: Orcinus orca
JKB Ford
Encyclopedia of marine mammals, 650-657, 2009
3362009
The mixed blessing of echolocation: differences in sonar use by fish-eating and mammal-eating killer whales
LG Barrett-Lennard, JKB Ford, KA Heise
Animal Behaviour 51 (3), 553-565, 1996
3241996
Dialect change in resident killer whales: implications for vocal learning and cultural transmission
VB Deecke, JKB Ford, P Spong
Animal behaviour 60 (5), 629-638, 2000
3182000
Selective foraging by fish-eating killer whales Orcinus orca in British Columbia
JKB Ford, GM Ellis
Marine Ecology Progress Series 316, 185-199, 2006
2902006
Cultural transmission within maternal lineages: vocal clans in resident killer whales in southern Alaska
H Yurk, L Barrett-Lennard, JKB Ford, CO Matkin
Animal Behaviour 63 (6), 1103-1119, 2002
2392002
Selective habituation shapes acoustic predator recognition in harbour seals
VB Deecke, PJB Slater, JKB Ford
Nature 420 (6912), 171-173, 2002
2252002
The vocal behaviour of mammal-eating killer whales: communicating with costly calls
VB Deecke, JKB Ford, PJB Slater
Animal Behaviour 69 (2), 395-405, 2005
2082005
Linking killer whale survival and prey abundance: food limitation in the oceans' apex predator?
JKB Ford, GM Ellis, PF Olesiuk, KC Balcomb
Biology letters 6 (1), 139-142, 2010
2042010
Echolocation signals of free-ranging killer whales (Orcinus orca) and modeling of foraging for chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha)
WWL Au, JKB Ford, JK Horne, KAN Allman
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 115 (2), 901-909, 2004
1792004
Transients: mammal-hunting killer whales of British Columbia, Washington, and southeastern Alaska
JKB Ford, GM Ellis
UBC Press, 1999
1681999
Fight or flight: antipredator strategies of baleen whales
JKB Ford, RR Reeves
Mammal Review 38 (1), 50-86, 2008
1542008
Quantifying complex patterns of bioacoustic variation: Use of a neural network to compare killer whale (Orcinus orca) dialects
VB Deecke, JKB Ford, P Spong
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 105 (4), 2499-2507, 1999
1511999
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
1462002
Persistent organic pollutants and stable isotopes in biopsy samples (2004/2006) from Southern Resident killer whales
MM Krahn, MB Hanson, RW Baird, RH Boyer, DG Burrows, CK Emmons, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 54 (12), 1903-1911, 2007
1432007
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