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Pinniped Ecology Applied Research Lab: Investigates the ecology, behavior and physiology of pinnipeds (seals, sea lions, and walrus). Pinniped stocks and population trends are analyzed in relation to predator-prey interactions, anthropogenic (man made) and natural variations in environmental conditions.

Classification of Weddell seal dives based on three-dimensional movements and video recorded observations

Ontogeny of diving behaviour in the Galapagos fur seal

Development of hemoglobin, hematocrit and erythrocyte values in Galapagos fur seals

Penguin dispersal after fledging

First description of the glycolytic oscillator of a insect, the blowfly Phormia terrae-novae

Antarctic marine live under the McMurdo ice shelf: a link between nutrient influx and seal population

Age dependent changes of a biochemical rhythm--the glycolytic oscillator of the blowfly Phormia terraenovae

Collatz KG, Horning M.  1990.  Age dependent changes of a biochemical rhythm--the glycolytic oscillator of the blowfly Phormia terraenovae. Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B, Comparative biochemistry. 96(4):771-4.

Prey ingestion revealed by oesophagus and stomach temperature recordings in cormorants

Ancel A, Horning M, Kooyman GL.  1997.  Prey ingestion revealed by oesophagus and stomach temperature recordings in cormorants. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 200(Pt 1):149-54.

Hunting behavior of a marine mammal beneath the antarctic fast Ice

Development of diving capacity in emperor penguins

Ponganis PJ, Starke LN, Horning M, Kooyman GL.  1999.  Development of diving capacity in emperor penguins. The Journal of experimental biology. 202(Pt 7):781-6.
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