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The constraints on cephalopods: why squid aren't fish
RK O'dor, DM Webber
Canadian Journal of Zoology 64 (8), 1591-1605, 1986
3431986
Influence of water temperature and oxygenation on the aerobic metabolic scope of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
G Claireaux, DM Webber, JP Lagardère, SR Kerr
Journal of Sea Research 44 (3-4), 257-265, 2000
2992000
Testing a new acoustic telemetry technique to quantify long-term, fine-scale movements of aquatic animals
M Espinoza, TJ Farrugia, DM Webber, F Smith, CG Lowe
Fisheries Research 108 (2-3), 364-371, 2011
2902011
Interpreting diel activity patterns from acoustic telemetry: the need for controls
NL Payne, BM Gillanders, DM Webber, JM Semmens
Marine Ecology Progress Series 419, 295-301, 2010
2042010
Ultrasonic telemetry, tracking and automated monitoring technology for sharks
FA Voegeli, MJ Smale, DM Webber, Y Andrade, RK O'dor
Environmental Biology of Fishes 60, 267-282, 2001
2022001
Physiology and Behaviour of Free-Swimming Atlantic COD (Gadus Morhua) Facing Fluctuating Temperature Conditions
G Claireaux, DM Webber, SR Kerr, RG Boutilier
Journal of Experimental Biology 198 (1), 49-60, 1995
1981995
Invertebrate athletes: trade-offs between transport efficiency and power density in cephalopod evolution
RK O'dor, DM Webber
Journal of Experimental Biology 160 (1), 93-112, 1991
1391991
Beyond Ucrit: matching swimming performance tests to the physiological ecology of the animal, including a new fish ‘drag strip’
JA Nelson, PS Gotwalt, SP Reidy, DM Webber
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2002
1382002
Physiology and Behaviour of Free-Swimming Atlantic COD (Gadus Morhua) Facing Fluctuating Salinity and Oxygenation Conditions
G Claireaux, DM Webber, SR Kerr, RG Boutilier
Journal of Experimental Biology 198 (1), 61-69, 1995
1301995
Choreography of the squid's" nuptial dance"
WHH Sauer, MJ Roberts, MR Lipinski, MJ Smale, RT Hanlon, DM Webber, ...
The Biological Bulletin 192 (2), 203-207, 1997
1211997
The influence of environmental parameters on the performance and detection range of acoustic receivers
C Huveneers, CA Simpfendorfer, S Kim, JM Semmens, AJ Hobday, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (7), 825-835, 2016
1162016
Cardiac output as a predictor of metabolic rate in cod Gadus morhua
DM Webber, RG Boutilier, SR Kerr
The Journal of experimental biology 201 (19), 2779-2789, 1998
1081998
Applications and performance of radio-acoustic positioning and telemetry (RAPT) systems
RK O’Dor, Y Andrade, DM Webber, WHH Sauer, MJ Roberts, MJ Smale, ...
Advances in Invertebrates and Fish Telemetry: Proceedings of the Second …, 1998
1081998
Monitoring the metabolic rate and activity of free-swimming squid with telemetered jet pressure
DM Webber, RK O'dor
Journal of Experimental Biology 126 (1), 205-224, 1986
1061986
Performance of remote acoustic receivers within a coral reef habitat: implications for array design
JQ Welsh, RJ Fox, DM Webber, DR Bellwood
Coral reefs 31, 693-702, 2012
1052012
Accelerometry estimates field metabolic rate in giant Australian cuttlefish Sepia apama during breeding
NL Payne, BM Gillanders, RS Seymour, DM Webber, EP Snelling, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 80 (2), 422-430, 2011
982011
Activity levels of Nautilus in the wild
RK O'dor, J Forsythe, DM Webber, J Wells, MJ Wells
Nature 362 (6421), 626-628, 1993
801993
Evaluation of an acoustic telemetry transmitter designed to identify predation events
EA Halfyard, D Webber, J Del Papa, T Leadley, ST Kessel, SF Colborne, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8 (9), 1063-1071, 2017
782017
Trends in acoustic tracking: where are the fish going and how will we follow them?
MR Heupel, DM Webber
American Fisheries Society Symposium, 2012
762012
Squid (Loligo forbesi) performance and metabolic rates in nature
RK O'Dor, JA Hoar, DM Webber, FG Carey, S Tanaka, HR Martins, ...
Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 25 (1-3), 163-177, 1995
711995
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