K. J. Palmer

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There is currently much interest in understanding how loss of biodiversity might alter ecological processes vital to the functioning of ecosystems. Unfortunately, ecologists have reached little consensus regarding the importance of species diversity to ecosystem functioning because empirical studies have not demonstrated any consistent relationship between(More)
Several marine autonomous recording units (MARUs) were deployed in northeastern Gulf of Mexico from 2010–2012 to study the acoustic ecology of Bryde's whales (Balaenoptera edeni) following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. However, the acoustic repertoire of this sub-population is poorly documented, presently limiting the efficacy of acoustic monitoring(More)
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