Why whales are big but not bigger: Physiological drivers and ecological limits in the age of ocean giants

Why whales are big but not bigger: Physiological drivers and ecological limits in the age of ocean giantsDOI: info:10.1126/science.aax9044v. 366No. 6471AMER ASSOC ADVANCEMENT SCIENCE1367
Goldbogen, J. A., Cade, D. E., Wisniewska, D. M., Potvin, J., Segre, P. S., Savoca, M. S., Hazen, E. L., Czapanskiy, M. F., Kahane-Rapport, S. R., DeRuiter, S. L., Gero, S., Tonnesen, P., Gough, W. T., Hanson, M. B., Holt, M. M., Jensen, F. H., Simon, M., Stimpert, A. K., Arranz, P., Johnston, D. W., Nowacek, D. P., Parks, S. E., Visser, F., Friedlaender, A. S., Tyack, P. L. et al. 2019. "Why whales are big but not bigger: Physiological drivers and ecological limits in the age of ocean giants." Science, 1367. 366, (6471), WASHINGTON; 1200 NEW YORK AVE, NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20005 USA: AMER ASSOC ADVANCEMENT SCIENCE. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aax9044.
ID: 153746
Type: article
Keywords: NMNH; NH-Paleobiology