We do not have any publications yet that are based on data collected from the currently ongoing tagging and telemetry effort. We have one manuscript in review and another one for imminent submission, and we will post these here once they are accepted and available for distribution.

In the meantime, here are a few links to related papers from our Steller sea lion study, starting with the one that led us to become interested in sleeper sharks:


In cold blood: evidence of Pacific sleeper shark (Somniosus pacificus) predation on Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) in the Gulf of Alaska. Horning M, Mellish JE (2014) Fishery Bulletin 112:297-310.


Bishop AM, Brown CL, Sattler R, Horning M (2020) An Integrative Method for Characterizing Marine Habitat Features Associated With Predation: A Case Study on Juvenile Steller Sea Lions (Eumetopias jubatus)Frontiers in Marine Science 7:576716.


Bishop AM, Dubel AK, Sattler R, Brown CL, Horning M (2019) Wanted dead or alive: characterizing likelihood of juvenile Steller sea lion predation from diving and space use patternsEndangered Species Research 40:357-367.


Brown C, Horning M, Bishop A (2019) Improving emergence location estimates for Argos pop-up transmittersAnimal Biotelemetry 7:4.


You can find a more comprehensive list of our papers from or related to the Steller sea lion study here:
Publications resulting from our study on juvenile Steller sea lions.