The importance of sample size in marine megafauna tagging studies.

A M M Sequeira, M R Heupel, M-A Lea, V M Eguíluz, Carlos M. Duarte, M G Meekan, M Thums, H J Calich, R H Carmichael, D P Costa, L C Ferreira, J Fernandéz-Gracia, R Harcourt, A-L Harrison, I Jonsen, C R McMahon, D W Sims, R P Wilson, G C Hays

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Abstract

Telemetry is a key, widely used tool to understand marine megafauna distribution, habitat use, behavior, and physiology; however, a critical question remains:
Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalEcological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America
Volume29
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - Jul 16 2019

Bibliographical note

KAUST Repository Item: Exported on 2020-10-01
Acknowledgements: G. C. Hays conceived the study and a first draft was compiled by A. M. M. Sequeira, G. C. Hays, M. Heupel, M.-A. Lea, and V. M. Eguíluz at a workshop organized by M. Thums, A. M. M. Sequeira, C. M. Duarte, M. G. Meekan, and V. M. Eguíluz. A. M. M. Sequeira and G. C. Hays led the writing of the manuscript. A. M. M. Sequeira, G. C. Hays, A.-L. Harrison, and H. J. Calich prepared the figures. All authors contributed to the manuscript and commented on drafts. A. M. M. Sequeira was supported by an ARC Grant (DE170100841), and the Australian Institute of Marine Science, G.C. Hays by the Bertarelli Foundation as part of the Bertarelli Programme in Marine Science, and H. J. Calich by an Australian Government RTP scholarship at UWA. Workshop funding was granted to M. Thums, A. M. M. Sequeira, and C. M. Duarte by the UWA Oceans Institute, the Australian Institute of Marine Science, and the Office of Sponsored Research at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). We thank F. Bailleul, S. Goldsworthy, M. Hindell, and all other workshop attendees for initial discussions.

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