Reny B. Tyson, Ph.D.

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2014 Marine Science and Conservation Duke University, Durham, NC 
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Behavioral Sciences Psychology, Ecology Biology, Conservation Biology
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Douglas P. Nowacek grad student 2014 Duke
 (Fine-Scale Foraging Behavior of Humpback Whales Megaptera novaeangliae in the Near-Shore Waters of the Western Antarctic Peninsula.)
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Friedlaender AS, Johnston DW, Tyson RB, et al. (2016) Multiple-stage decisions in a marine central-place forager. Royal Society Open Science. 3: 160043
Tyson RB, Friedlaender AS, Nowacek DP. (2016) Does optimal foraging theory predict the foraging performance of a large air-breathing marine predator? Animal Behaviour. 116: 223-235
Bouveroux T, Tyson RB, Nowacek DP. (2014) Abundance and site fidelity of bottlenose dolphins in coastal waters near Panama City, Florida Journal of Cetacean Research and Management. 14: 37-42
Friedlaender AS, Tyson RB, Stimpert AK, et al. (2013) Extreme diel variation in the feeding behavior of humpback whales along the western Antarctic Peninsula during autumn Marine Ecology Progress Series. 494: 281-289
Tyson RB, Friedlaender AS, Ware C, et al. (2012) Synchronous mother and calf foraging behaviour in humpback whales Megaptera novaeangliae: Insights from multi-sensor suction cup tags Marine Ecology Progress Series. 457: 209-220
Tyson RB, Nowacek SM, Nowacek DP. (2011) Community structure and abundance of bottlenose dolphins Tursiops truncatus in coastal waters of the northeast Gulf of Mexico Marine Ecology Progress Series. 438: 253-265
Friedlaender AS, Nowacek DP, Johnston DW, et al. (2010) Multiple sightings of large groups of Arnoux's beaked whales (Berardius arnouxii) in the Gerlache Strait, Antarctica Marine Mammal Science. 26: 246-250
Tyson RB, Nowacek DP, Miller PJ. (2007) Nonlinear phenomena in the vocalizations of North Atlantic right whales (Eubalaena glacialis) and killer whales (Orcinus orca). The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 122: 1365
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