Southern Sea Lion Foraging Ecology

Blog post about tracking southern sea lions by Al Baylis for the South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute


Baylis, AMM, RA Orben, DP Costa, M Tierney, P Brickle, I Staniland. (2017)Habitat use and spatial fidelity of male South American sea lions during the non-breeding period. Ecology and Evolution, in press

Baylis AMM, GJ Kowalski, CC Voigt, RA Orben, F Trillmich, IJ Staniland, JI Hoffman. (2016) Pup Vibrissae Stable Isotopes Reveal Geographic Differences in Adult Female Southern Sea Lion Habitat Use during Gestation. PLoS ONE, 11(6): e0157394. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0157394.

Baylis, AMM, RA Orben, DP Costa, JPY Arnould, IJ Staniland. (2016) Sexual segregation in habitat use is smaller than expected in a highly dimorphic marine predator, the southern sea lion. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 554:201-211.

Baylis AMM, RA Orben RA, JPY Arnould, K Peters, T Knox, DP Costa, IJ Staniland. (2015) Diving deeper into individual foraging specialization of a large marine predator. Oecologia. 179(4): 1053-1065

Baylis AMM, RA Orben, JPY Arnould, GC Hays, IJ Staniland. (2015) Disentangling the cause of a catastrophic population decline in a large marine mammal. Ecology, 96(10):2834-2847.