February 2015 Newsletter (no. 12)

A newsletter focusing on the research conducted by the Marine Mammal Research Unit and the North Pacific Universities Marine Mammal Research Consortium at the University of British Columbia.


outreach-tScience Outreach
Researchers have once again successfully completed their annual migration to Anchorage.  [more]


lab-tInto the Lab
How important is diet diversity to northern fur seals? [more]

 


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Into the Field
 In search of fatty prey and foraging bowheads. [more]


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Crunching the Numbers
Impacts of grey seals on east coast fisheries. [more]

 


justin-tThis Just In
Indigenous insights, DNA diet estimates, collapsing chests, and diving physiology of nutritionally stressed sea lions. [more]

 


The Consortium is conducting a long-term research program on Steller sea lions, northern fur seals and other marine mammals and their interactions with fisheries, other species and oceanographic conditions in the North Pacific Ocean and Eastern Bering Sea.


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