Browsing by Author Fahlman, Andreas

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2012Deadly diving? Physiological and behavioural management of decompression stress in diving mammalsHooker, Sascha K.; Fahlman, Andreas; Moore, Michael John; Aguilar de Soto, Natacha; Bernaldo De Quirós Miranda, Yara , et alReseñaDeadly diving. Physiological and behavioural management of decompression stress in diving mammals.pdf.jpg
2015Estudio de la concentración de mioglobina y oxígeno almacenado en distintos grupos musculares de cetáceosArregui Gil, Marina ; Singleton, Emily M.; Pabst, D. Ann; Moore, Michael J.; Fernández Rodríguez, Antonio Jesús , et alPóster de congresosEstudio_concentracion_mioglobina_oxigeno.pdf.jpg
2015Estudio de la composición corporal de 10 especies distintas de mamíferos marinosBernaldo de Quirós Miranda, Yara ; McLellan, William; Fahlman, Andreas; Fernández Rodríguez, Antonio Jesús ; Arbelo Hernández, Manuel Antonio , et alPóster de congresosEstudio_composicion_corporal.pdf.jpg
2016Study of myoglobin concentration and oxygen stores in different muscle functional groups of cetaceansArregui Gil, Marina ; Singleton, Emily M.; Pabst, Ann; Moore, Michael J.; Fernández Rodríguez, Antonio Jesús , et alActas de congresosStudy_myoglobin_concentration.pdf.jpg
2016Study of body size compartments of 12 marine mammal speciesBernaldo de Quirós Miranda, Yara ; McLellan, William; Fahlman, Andreas; Fernández Rodríguez, Antonio Jesús ; Arbelo Hernández, Manuel Antonio , et alActas de congresosStudy_body_size_compartments.pdf.jpg
2018The snowball effect of loosing body mass: diving and health implicationsBernaldo de Quirós Miranda, Yara ; Moore, Michael; Arregui Gil, Marina ; Niemeyer, Misty; Tejedor, Marisa, et alPóster de congresos
2019Conservation implications of loss of both blubber and muscle mass in cetaceansBernaldo de Quirós Miranda, Yara ; Arregui Gil, Marina ; Tejedor, Marisa; Sierra Pulpillo, Eva María ; Arbelo Hernández, Manuel Antonio , et alActas de congresos
2021Myoglobin concentration and oxygen stores in different functional muscle groups from three small cetacean speciesArregui Gil, Marina ; Singleton, Emily M.; Saavedra Santana, Pedro ; Pabst, D. Ann; Moore, Michael J., et alArtículoanimals-11-00451.pdf.jpg