A bioenergetics model to evaluate demographic consequences of disturbance in marine mammals applied to gray whales

@inproceedings{S2015ABM,
  title={A bioenergetics model to evaluate demographic consequences of disturbance in marine mammals applied to gray whales},
  author={S................................................ and VILLEGAS and AMTMANN and L. K.C. and Schwarz and J. L. and SUMICH and D. PaulW.DaleM. and Costa},
  year={2015}
}
While sophisticated tools are used to monitor behavioral changes of large marine vertebrates, determining whether these changes are meaningful for management and conservation is challenging. The Population Consequences of Disturbance model proposed a bioenergetics model to detect biologically meaningful population responses, where disturbance costs are linked to lost energy. The model assumes that changes in behavior, caused by disturbance, compromise maternal condition, reducing energy… CONTINUE READING
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