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Shining new light on mammalian diving physiology using wearable near-infrared spectroscopy Kimberley Bennett, Mathijs Bronkhorst, Debbie JF Russell, Steven Thomas Balfour, Ryan Milne, Matt Bivins, Simon E. W. Moss, Willy Colier, Ailsa Jane Hall, David Thompson
How man-made interference might cause gas bubble emboli in deep diving whales Andreas Fahlman, Peter Lloyd Tyack, Patrick Miller, Petter Kvadsheim
Deadly diving? Physiological and behavioural management of decompression stress in diving mammals Sascha Kate Hooker, A. Fahlman, M. J. Moore, N. Aguilar de Soto, Y. Bernaldo de Quiros, A. O. Brubakk, D. P. Costa, A. M. Costidis, S. Dennison, K. J. Falke, A Fernandez, M. Ferrigno, J. R. Fitz-Clarke, M. M. Garner, D. S. Houser, P. D. Jepson, D. R. Ketten, P. H. Kvadsheim, P. T. Madsen, N. W. Pollock, D. S. Rotstein, T. K. Rowles, S. E. Simmons, W. Van Bonn, P. K. Weathersby, M. J. Weise, T. M. Williams, Peter Lloyd Tyack
The scaling of diving time budgets PA Stephens, C Carbone, Ian Boyd, J M McNamara, K C Harding, A I Houston


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