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Marine Mammal Research Unit

7 new publications…

Molting bowhead whales, northern fur seal diets, killer whale foraging behavior, measuring stroke rates of sea lions and fur seals, and more …

[webref_pretty title=”Availability of prey for southern resident killer whales. Technical workshop proceedings. November 15 – 17, 2017″]

[webref_pretty title=”Evidence of molting and the function of rock-nosing behavior in bowhead whales in the eastern Canadian Arctic”]

[webref_pretty title=”Combining hard-part and DNA analyses in scats with biologging and stable isotopes can reveal different diet compositions and feeding strategies within a population”]

[webref_pretty title=”Proxies of energy expenditure for marine mammals: an experimental test of the time trap”]

[webref_pretty title=”On the utility of accelerometers to predict stroke rate using captive fur seals and sea lions”]

[webref_pretty title=”Marine mammals exploring the oceans pole to pole: a review of the MEOP consortium”]

[webref_pretty title=”Fine-scale foraging movements by fish-eating killer whales ({iOrcinus orcai}) relate to the vertical distributions and escape responses of salmonid prey ({iOncorhynchus spp.i})”]