New Paper on Amphibious Hearing in Pinnipeds in Special Issue of Journal of Comparative Physiology (A)

SEA blog, Please note the availability of a new special issue of Journal of Comparative Physiology (A) on Sensory Biology of Marine Animals (see below details and link). Within this issue is an original paper lead by Colleen Reichmuth at UCSC <www.pinnipedlab.org> to which SEA’s B. Southall contributed. This paper is available on request. Comparative […]

SEA’s Dr. Hugh Southall lead author on new publication on magnetic wave reflection

SEA Senior Scientist Dr. Hugh Southall has published a new paper in Microwave and Optical Technology Letters. Dr. Southall has long been a leading expert in signal processing, electrical engineering, and radar and antenna technology. SEA is very proud and privileged to bring his expertise to the new and challenging environmental issues on which we are […]

B. Southall Kicks Off Marine Sound Working Group of World Ocean Council

SEA’s Dr. Brandon Southall served as a co-chair of the newly formed Marine Sound Working Group at the World Ocean Council’s 2013 Sustainable Ocean Summit (SOS) which was held earlier this week in Washington DC. Dr. Southall gave an interview with Maritime TV on the issues related to human sound in the oceans and marine […]

Brandon Southall to give Science Sunday Lecture at Long Marine Lab Seymour Center

Dr. Brandon Southall will give the Science Sunday Lecture this month at UCSC’s Long Marine Laboratory Seymour Center Sunday, April 21, 1 PM Ocean Journeys: How I became a marine scientist Brandon Southall Research Associate, UC Santa Cruz President and Senior Scientist, SEA, Inc. Not everyone knows what they want to be when they “grow-up.” […]

Meet Ari Friedlaender – Whale Tagger and Marine Ecologist Extraordinaire

SEA’s very own Ari Friedlaender did a great recent interview with tested.com. Check it out at: http://www.tested.com/science/life/454367-awesome-jobs-meet-ari-friedlaender-whale-tagger/ Marine biologists are pretty badass. Just ask Ari Friedlaender about his job hanging off the side of a boat over Antarctic waters with a 25-foot pole trying to tag a whale. He spends most of his life on […]

B. Southall to give Smithsonian webinar on SOCAL-BRS project

Webcast:  Marine Mammals and Military Sonar. Brandon Southall, SEA Inc. and University of California Santa Cruz, will be presenting “Marine Mammal Responses to Simulated Military Sonar: Southern California Behavioral Response Study” on Tuesday, March 12 at noon (4 pm GMT) at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History. The talk will be webcast and can […]

NPR story on ongoing elephant seal research

SEA’s own Caroline Casey was recently featured on NPR’s Morning Edition for her fantastic work on elephant seal acoustic behavior as part of her graduate work at UC Santa Cruz. The story is online and has some neat examples of elephant seal calls – please check it out at: http://www.npr.org/2013/02/14/171993009/with-brawls-and-calls-love-is-in-the-air-for-elephant-seals If you have any follow-up […]

New paper on integrated approaches to studying baleen whales – Ari Friedlaender on BioScience cover!

A new paper was recently published in BioScience, involving a number of SEA partners and BRS collaborators. Integrative Approaches to the Study of Baleen Whale Diving Behavior, Feeding Performance, and Foraging Ecology Jeremy A. Goldbogen, Ari S. Friedlaender, John Calambokidis, Megan F. McKenna, Malene Simon and Douglas P. Nowacek BioScience Vol. 63, No. 2 (February 2013), […]

Dr. Ari Friedlaender’s Smithsonian Blog on Blue Whale Feeding

We are proud to note that our very own Ari Friedlaender wrote a great blog for the Smithsonian’s Ocean Hall on our recent paper lead by Jeremy Goldbogen on feeding mechanics in blue whales <see: http://sea-inc.net/2012/12/06/new-paper-on-blue-whale-feeding-behavior/>. The text is below and you can find it online at <http://ocean.si.edu/blog/acrobatic-blue-whales-do-twist-while-feeding> ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ I have a vivid childhood memory […]

New Paper on Blue Whale Feeding Behavior

    We are proud to announce the publication of a new paper on blue whale feeding behavior that features tagging data collected within the Southern California Behavioral Response Study (SOCAL-BRS) project. The paper is entitled “Underwater acrobatics by the world’s largest predator: 360° rolling manoeuvres by lunge-feeding blue whales“ Dr. Jeremy Goldbogen, a post-doctoral […]

SOCAL-BRS

SOCAL-BRS is a study of basic behavior and responses to controlled sound exposures in a variety of marine mammal species.

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