MarEcoTel is participating in the 24th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals in Palm Beach, Florida this week both in person and virtually. Our scientists are apart of many research projects in collaboration with several organizations. Please check out some of our presentations!
Insights into foraging behavior from multi-day sound recording tag deployments on Cuvier's beaked whales in the Southern California Bight
Shannon Coates, Greg Schorr, Stephanie Watwood, Brenda Rone, Russ Andrews, David Sweeney, Mark Johnson, Karin Dolan, and Stacy DeRuiter
Scratching at the surfacings: exploring extended surface intervals in Cuvier's beaked whales
Erin Falcone, Greg Schorr, David Sweeney, Brenda Rone, Stacy DeRuiter, Shannon Coates, Russ Andrews, and Stephanie Watwood
Re-sighting histories of dart-attached tags in Cuvier's beaked whales and fin whales in the Eastern Pacific Ocean
Erin Keene, Erin Falcone, Greg Schorr, Brenda Rone, Gustavo Cardenas-Hinojosa, and Russ Andrews
Movements and diving behavior of Risso's dolphins in the Southern California Bight
Brenda Rone, David Sweeney, Erin Falcone, Stephanie Watwood, and Greg Schorr
Context Matters: multi-day to multi-week sound and movement recordings reveal individual variation in responses of Cuvier's beaked whales to navy sonar
Greg Schorr, Stacy DeRuiter, Brenda Rone, David Sweeney, Russ Andrews, Karin Dolan, Erin Falcone, Shannon Coates, and Stephanie Watwood
Cuvier's beaked whale behavioral responses persist after conclusion of some navy sonar exposures
David Sweeney, Erin Falcone, Stephanie Watwood, Stacy DeRuiter, and Greg Schorr
Use of navy training ranges and NMFS's Biologically Important Areas by blue and fin whales off the U.S. West Coast
Barbara Lagerquist, Ladd Irvine, Tom Follett, Erin Falcone, Greg Schorr, Bruce Mate, and Daniel Palacios
Vulnerability of North Atlantic right whales to entanglement and vessel collision risks in the Gulf of St. Lawrence: insights from their diving behavior
V. Harvey, V. Lesage, Russ Andrews, K. Sorochan, S. Plourde, J. Gosselin, A. Mosnier, and C. Johnson
Vulnerability of U.S. marine mammal stocks in the Pacific and Arctic to climate change
M. Lettrich et al.
Using a Mask R-CNN neural network framework to detect Steller sea lions in autonomous camera images
Alexey Altukhov, Russ Andrews, Ivan Usatov, Vladimir Burkanov, and Thomas Gelatt
Steller sea lion brand detection and identification on aerial images using deep learning approach
Ivan Usatov, Alexey Altukhov, Vladimir Burkanov, Russ Andrews, and Thomas Gelatt
Exploring the use of seabirds as dynamic ocean management tools to mitigate anthropogenic risk to large whales
Tammy Silva, Kevin Powers, Jooke Robbins, Regina Asmutis-Silva, Timothy Cole, Alex Hill, Laura Howes, Charles Mayo, Dianna Schulte, Michael Thompson, Linda Welch, Alexandre Zerbini, and David Wiley
Diving behavior of humpback whales during their southbound migration in the Western South Atlantic Ocean
Erika Coelho, Solene Derville, Vinicius Maia, Artur Andriolo, Federico Sucunza, Daniel Daniewicz, and Alexandre Zerbini
Development and characterization of a non-antibiotic antimicrobial polydopamine surface coating for use in marine mammal conservation
Ariana Smies, Jeremy Wales, Maureen Hennenfent, Bruce Lee, Jooke Robbins, Alexandre Zerbini, and Rupak Rajachar
In the wake of small cetaceans: can targeted eDNA sampling support stock structure analysis for small or elusive cetaceans?
Kim Parsons, Sam May, Zachary Gold, Kimberly Goetz, Alexandre Zerbini, Christine Gabriele, Jan Straley, John Moran, Marilyn Dahlheim, Linda Park, and Phillip Morin
El ñino affects reproduction and survival of humpack whales in the Brazilian breeding ground
Mariana Neves, Leonardo Wedekin, Alexandre Zerbini, Daniel Danilewicz, Julio Baumgarten, and Paulo Inácio Prado
Using density surface models in a highly complex survey area (Southeast Alaska) to estimate humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) abundance and distribution
Abigail Schiffmiller, Greg Breed, Kimberly Goetz, and Alexandre Zerbini
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