Subject Areas on Research
- Bycatch of marine mammals in U.S. and global fisheries.
- Carbon monoxide binding by hemoglobin and myoglobin under photodissociating conditions.
- Carbon monoxide binding by simple heme proteins under photodissociating conditions.
- Cardiorespiratory coupling in cetaceans; a physiological strategy to improve gas exchange?
- Cetacean Skull Telescoping Brings Evolution of Cranial Sutures into Focus.
- Comparison of real and idealized cetacean flippers.
- Extrapolating cetacean densities to quantitatively assess human impacts on populations in the high seas.
- From the track to the ocean: Using flow control to improve marine bio-logging tags for cetaceans.
- Global coverage of cetacean line-transect surveys: status quo, data gaps and future challenges.
- Habitat-based cetacean density models for the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico.
- Lift and drag performance of odontocete cetacean flippers.
- Minimizing wildlife impacts for offshore wind energy development: Winning tradeoffs for seabirds in space and cetaceans in time.
- Origin and evolution of large brains in toothed whales.
- Respiratory function and mechanics in pinnipeds and cetaceans.
- Scaling of heart rate with breathing frequency and body mass in cetaceans.
- Song production by the North Pacific right whale, Eubalaena japonica.
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