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2011 Female Northern Elephant Seals

A project of UC Santa Cruz in conjunction with the partners and sponsors detailed below.

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NameSpeciesLife StageRelease DateLast LocationDays Transmitted
1015 - 98228 Northern Elephant SealAdult2011-02-222011-05-0875
1885 - 34090 Northern Elephant SealAdult2011-02-282011-05-2687
2028 - 98226 Northern Elephant SealAdult2011-02-122011-04-2370
2161 - 56483 Northern Elephant SealAdult2011-02-132011-03-3045
3236 - 34078 Northern Elephant SealAdult2011-02-182011-05-1990
3850 - 34079 Northern Elephant SealAdult2011-02-142011-05-0782
M778 - 34081 Northern Elephant SealAdult2011-02-172011-05-1284
Male 23N - 37597 Northern Elephant SealAdult2011-03-142012-01-03295
T19 - 34076 Northern Elephant SealAdult2011-02-092011-05-0686
T220 - 34084 Northern Elephant SealAdult2011-02-132011-05-1591
T35 - 34077 Northern Elephant SealAdult2011-02-212011-05-1078
T911 - 62036 Northern Elephant SealAdult2011-02-162011-05-0578
T923 - 34082 Northern Elephant SealAdult2011-02-112011-05-0886
X173 - 62042 Northern Elephant SealAdult2011-03-012011-05-1777

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Introduction

Dan Costa's Lab at the University of California Santa Cruz is engaged in a long-term tracking study of northern elephant seals at Ano Nuevo State Reserve. With the help of many graduate students and collaborators, we are investigating a diversity of topics including: habitat-use, foraging ecology, fine-scale behavior, toxin loading, diving physiology, climate change, and ontogeny.

We have a diverse team, but welcome additional collaborators. Please contact us if you have interesting ideas for analyses

  • The presentation of data here does not constitute publication. All data remain copyright of the project partners. Maps or data on this website may not be used or referenced without explicit written consent.
  • For more information please visit the project website.
  • If you have questions or would like to request the use of maps or data for this project please contact robinson@biology.ucsc.edu.

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