Evolution and Fossil Record:
L.G. Barnes, The Fossil Record and Evolutionary Relationships of the Genus Tursiops.
Anatomy and Physiology:
S. Rommel, Osteology of the Bottlenose Dolphin.
D.A. Pabst, Axial Muscles and Connective Tissues of the Bottlenose Dolphin.
S.H. Ridgway, The Central Nervous System of the Bottlenose Dolphin.
Systematics and Taxonomy:
G.J.B. Ross and V.G. Cockcroft, Comments on Australian Bottlenose Dolphins and the Taxonomic Status of Tursiops aduncus (Ehrenberg, 1832).
S.L. Hersh and D.A. Duffield, Distinction of Northwest Atlantic Offshore and Coastal Bottlenose Dolphins Based on Hemoglobin in Profile and Morphometry.
Life History and Biology:
K. Van Waerebeek, J.C. Reyes, A.J. Read, and J.S. McKinnon, Preliminary Observations of Bottlenose Dolphins from the Pacific Coast of South America.
S.L. Hersh, D.K. Odell, and E.D. Asper, Bottlenose Dolphin Mortality Patterns in the Indian/Banana River System of Florida.
J.G. Mead and C.W. Potter, Natural History of Bottlenose Dolphins along the Central Atlantic Coast of the United States.
Behavior and Ecology:
M.C. Caldwell, D.K. Caldwell, and P.L. Tyack, A Review of the Signature Whistle Hypothesis for the Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin.
M.D. Scott, R.S. Wells, and A.B. Irvine, A Long-Term Study of Bottlenose Dolphins on the West Coast of Florida.
S.H. Shane, Behavior and Ecology of the Bottlenose Dolphin at Sanibel Island, Florida.
L.T. Ballance, Residence Patterns, Group Organization, and Surfacing Associations of Bottlenose Dolphins in Kino Bay, Gulf of California, Mexico.