Jason D. Baker

Frances Gulland1
Bryan Grenfell1
Teresa K. Rowles1
1Frances Gulland
1Bryan Grenfell
1Teresa K. Rowles
1W. Paul Duprex
1James F.X. Wellehan
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For central place foragers, forming colonies can lead to extensive competition for prey around breeding areas and a zone of local prey depletion. As populations grow, this area of reduced prey can expand impacting foraging success and forcing animals to alter foraging behaviour. Here, we examine a population of marine predators, the northern fur seal(More)
  • Pádraig J. Duignan, Marie-Françoise Van Bressem, Jason D. Baker, Michelle Barbieri, Kathleen M. Colegrove, Sylvain De Guise +24 others
  • 2014
Phocine distemper virus (PDV) was first recognized in 1988 following a massive epidemic in harbor and grey seals in north-western Europe. Since then, the epidemiology of infection in North Atlantic and Arctic pinnipeds has been investigated. In the western North Atlantic endemic infection in harp and grey seals predates the European epidemic, with(More)
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