01 Apr Newsletter April 2020
Research & News
Loggerhead Diving Behavior
Scientists used two different Wildlife Computers SPLASH tags to gather baseline information on diving in relation to temperature and productivity in Loggerhead sea turtles.
An Approach for Detecting Drift Dives and Tracking Buoyancy Changes in Southern Elephant Seals
Researchers studied over 17,622 high-resolution dive profiles from Wildlife Computers tags to detect drift dives and buoyancy changes in southern elephant seals.
Behavioral Responses of Satellite Tracked Blainville’s Beaked Whales to Mid-frequency Active Sonar
One of the largest samples of beaked whales were tracked using Wildlife Computers SPOT-240 and SPLASH10 tags. The data showed that the whales moved away from the sonar area and changed their diving behavior.
Tips from the Experts
Step Lock can help save a tag’s battery life especially when the tag will always be wet and collecting data.
We are on the road throughout the year. Stop by or find us to see what’s new. Due to our ever-changing world, these are subject to change:
- Tuna Conference
- 5th Australian Marine Turtle Symposium
- 7th International Bio-Logging Science Symposium
If you don’t see us on the road, connect with us online!