Paxton, CG.M. (2009) The plural of “anecdote” can be “data”: statistical analysis of viewing distances in reports of unidentified giant marine animals 1758 – 2000 Journal of Zoology 279, 381–387. Details here
Paxton, C.G.M., Knatterud, E. &
Hedley, S.L. (2005) Cetaceans, sex & sea serpents: an analysis of the Egede
accounts of a “Most Dreadful Monster” seen off the coast of
Paxton, C.G.M. & Holland, R. (2005) Was Steenstrup right? A new interpretation of the 16th century sea monk of the Řresund. Steenstrupia 29, 39-47. PDF here
Paxton, C.G.M (1998) A cumulative
species description curve for large open water marine fauna. Journal of the Marine Biological Association
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Paxton, C.G.M. (2004) Giant squids are red herrings: why Architeuthis is an unlikely source of sea monster sightings. The Cryptozoology Review 4(2), 10-16.
Paxton, C.G.M. (2002) In search of monsters? A defense of cryptozoology. The Skeptic 15(3).
Paxton, C.G.M. (2001) Predicting pelagic peculiarities. Crypto Dracontology Special 1, 60-65. Available from here.
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