A multivariate mixed hidden Markov model for blue whale behaviour and responses to sound exposure

@inproceedings{Deruiter2017AMM,
  title={A multivariate mixed hidden Markov model for blue whale behaviour and responses to sound exposure},
  author={Stacy L. Deruiter and R. Langrock and Tomas Skirbutas and Jeremy A Goldbogen and John Calambokidis and Ari Seth Friedlaender and Brandon L Southall},
  year={2017}
}
A MULTIVARIATE MIXED HIDDEN MARKOV MODEL FOR BLUE WHALE BEHAVIOUR AND RESPONSES TO SOUND EXPOSURE1 BY STACY L. DERUITER∗,†, ROLAND LANGROCK‡,†, TOMAS SKIRBUTAS†, JEREMY A. GOLDBOGEN§, JOHN CALAMBOKIDIS¶, ARI S. FRIEDLAENDER‖,∗∗ AND BRANDON L. SOUTHALL∗∗ Calvin College∗, University of St Andrews†, Bielefeld University‡, Stanford University§, Cascadia Research Collective¶, Oregon State University‖ and SEA, Inc.∗∗ 

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