His main research concerns Ecology, Oceanography, Energetics, Foraging and Predation. His research in Abundance, Apex predator, Habitat, Alluroteuthis antarcticus and Gonatus antarcticus are components of Ecology. His research links Elephant seal with Oceanography.
Michael A. Fedak has researched Energetics in several fields, including Zoology, Mammal and Terrestrial locomotion. His study ties his expertise on Fishery together with the subject of Foraging. His Continental shelf research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Productivity, Benthic zone, Bathymetry and Peninsula.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Oceanography, Foraging, Continental shelf and Fishery. His Ecology research incorporates themes from Weaning and Animal science. His Animal science study combines topics in areas such as Basal metabolic rate, Endocrinology, Metabolic rate, Internal medicine and Energy metabolism.
His Oceanography study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Climatology. His Foraging research includes themes of Range, Underwater, Predation, Circumpolar star and Bathymetry. Michael A. Fedak combines subjects such as Ice shelf, Bay, Marine mammal and Temperature salinity diagrams with his study of Continental shelf.
His primary scientific interests are in Oceanography, Continental shelf, Sea ice, Foraging and Ecology. His research in Continental shelf intersects with topics in Circumpolar star and Ecosystem. His Sea ice research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Zoology, Ontogeny and Weaning.
His Foraging study frequently links to related topics such as Predation. The various areas that Michael A. Fedak examines in his Predation study include Climate change, Fishery and Habitat. His study of Animal ecology is a part of Ecology.
Michael A. Fedak mainly focuses on Continental shelf, Oceanography, Sea ice, Fishery and Arctic ice pack. The Continental shelf study which covers Ecosystem that intersects with Fishing, Ecological significance, Predation and Climate change. His research on Oceanography often connects related topics like Ocean gyre.
His research integrates issues of Elephant seal, Ecology, Foraging, Circumpolar star and Marine habitats in his study of Sea ice. The Fishery study combines topics in areas such as Ursus maritimus, Arctic, Aquatic ecosystem and Adult female. His Arctic ice pack research includes elements of Cryosphere and Ice sheet.
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Foraging ecology of southern elephant seals in relation to the bathymetry and productivity of the Southern Ocean
B. J. McConnell;C. Chambers;M. A. Fedak.
Antarctic Science (1992)
Estimating space-use and habitat preference from wildlife telemetry data
Geert Aarts;Monique MacKenzie;Bernie McConnell;Mike Fedak.
Variations in behavior and condition of a Southern Ocean top predator in relation to in situ oceanographic conditions.
M. Biuw;L. Boehme;C. Guinet;M. Hindell.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2007)
ASSESSMENT OF ARGOS LOCATION ACCURACY FROM SATELLITE TAGS DEPLOYED ON CAPTIVE GRAY SEALS
Cécile Vincent;Bernie J. Mcconnell;Vincent Ridoux;Michael A. Fedak.
Marine Mammal Science (2002)
One-step N2-dilution technique for calibrating open-circuit VO2 measuring systems
M. A. Fedak;L. Rome;H. J. Seeherman.
Journal of Applied Physiology (1981)
Energetics and mechanics of terrestrial locomotion. IV. Total mechanical energy changes as a function of speed and body size in birds and mammals.
The Journal of Experimental Biology (1982)
A simple new algorithm to filter marine mammal Argos locations
Marine Mammal Science (2008)
The energetics of lactation: accurate measurements from a large wild mammal, the Grey seal (Halichoerus grypus)
Journal of Zoology (1982)
Movements and foraging areas of grey seals in the North Sea
B.J. Mcconnell;M.A. Fedak;P. Lovell;P.S. Hammond.
Journal of Applied Ecology (1999)
How long should a dive last ? A simple model of foraging decisions by breath-hold divers in a patchy environment
Animal Behaviour (2001)
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