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In Review

Mastick, N. Wiley, D. N., Ware, C. R., Parks, S. E., Cade, D. E., Goldbogen, J. A., Friedlaender, A. S. Cooperation and role specialization in bubble-net feeding humpback whales in the southern Gulf of Maine.

Cade, D. E., Barr, K. R., Calambokidis, J., Friedlaender, A. S., Goldbogen, J. A. Determining forward speed from accelerometer jiggle in aquatic environments.

Friedlaender, A. S., Hazen, E. L., Cade, D. E., Stimpert, A. K., Calambokidis, J., Southall, B. L., Goldbogen, J. A. Turning left to stay right: a unique test of lateralization across a suite of three-dimensional foraging maneuvers.

Gleiss, A. C., Potvin, J., Goldbogen, J. A.  Physical trade-offs shape the evolution of buoyancy control in sharks.

Burt, M. L., Allen, A. N., Wensveen, P. J., Miller, P. J. O., Goldbogen, J. A., Sivle, L. D., Harris, C. M. Cross-species comparison of responsiveness to sonar: foraging disruption in blue, fin and humpback whales.

Fossette, S., Abrahms, B., Hazen, E. L., Bograd, S. J., Newton, K. M., Calambokidis, J., Burrows, J. A., Goldbogen, J. A., Harvey, J., Marinovic, B. Tershy, B., Croll, D. A. Resource partitioning facilitates coexistence in sympatric cetaceans in the California Current.

Friedlaender, A. S., Heaslip, S. G., Johnston, D. W., Read, A. J., Nowacek, D. P., Durban, J. W., Goldbogen, J. A., Gales, N. Differential foraging strategies by sympatric krill predators in a rapidly changing polar environment.

2017 and In Press

Segre, P. S., Seakamela, S.M., Meÿer, M.A., Findlay, K.P. ,Goldbogen, J. A. In press. Flapping flippers: evidence for a hydrodynamically active flipper-stroke in humpback whales. 2017. Current Biology. 27: R636-R637. [Link] [Stanford News] [National Geographic] [Daily Mail]

Carey, N. and Goldbogen, J. A. In press. Kinematics of ram filter feeding and beat-glide swimming in the northern anchovy Engraulis mordax. In press. Journal of Experimental Biology.

Pirotta, E., Mangel, M., Costa, D. P., Mate, B., Goldbogen, J. A., Palacios, D. M., Huckstadt, L., McHuron, E. A., Schwarz, L., New, L. In press. A dynamic state model of migratory behavior and physiology to assess the consequences of environmental changes and anthropogenic disturbance on marine vertebrates. American Naturalist.

Jensen, M. M., Saladrigas, A. H., Goldbogen, J. A. In press. Comparative three-dimensional morphology of baleen: cross-sectional profiles and volume measurements using CT images. The Anatomical Record.

Shadwick, R. E., Goldbogen, J. A., Pyenson, N. D., Whale, J. C. A. In press. Structure and function in the lunge feeding apparatus: the mechanical properties of the fin whale mandible. The Anatomical Record.

Goldbogen, J. A. , Cade, D. E., Boersma, A. T., Calambokidis, J., Kahane-Rapport, S., Segre, P. S., Stimpert, A. K., Friedlaender, A. S.In press. Using digital tags with integrated video and inertial sensors to study the moving morphology and associated behavior in large aquatic vertebrates. The Anatomical Record.

Slater, G., Goldbogen, J. A., Pyenson, N. D. Independent evolution of baleen whale gigantism linked to Plio-Pliestocene ocean dynamics. 2017. 284: 20170546. Proceedings of the Royal Society – B Biological Sciences. [Link] [NPR Morning Edition] [NPR Science Friday] [NY Times] [BBC] [Nature] [Science] [PBS] [The Week] [Wired] [The Guardian] [The Atlantic] [CBC Quirks & Quarks] [LA Times] [Washington Post] [Der Speigel] [Smithsonian] [Scientific American]

DeRuiter, S. D., Langrock, R., Skirbutas, T., Goldbogen, J. A., Calambokidis, J., Friedlaender, A. S., Southall, B. L.  A multivariate mixed hidden Markov model for blue whale behaviour and responses to sound exposure. 2017. Annals of Applied Statistics. 11 (1): 362-392.

Kvadsheim, P. H., DeRuiter, S. L., Sivle, L. D., Goldbogen, J. A., Roland-Hansen, R., Miller, P. J. O., Lam, F. P. A., Calambokidis, J., Friedlaender, A. S., Visser, F., Tyack, P. L., Kleivane, L., Southall, B. L. Avoidance response of mink whales to 1-4 kHz naval sonar. 2017. Marine Pollution Bulletin.  [Link]

Goldbogen, J. A., Cade, D. E., Calambokidis, J., Friedlaender, A. S. Potvin, J., Segre, P. S., Werth, A. J. How Baleen Whales Feed: The Biomechanics of Engulfment and Filtration. 2017. Annual Review of Marine Science. 9:367-386. DOI: 10.1146/annurev-marine-122414-033905 [Link]

2016

Cade, D. E, Friedlaender, A. S., Calambokidis, J., Goldbogen, J. A. 2016. Kinematic diversity in rorqual feeding mechanisms. Current Biology. 26(19): 2617-2624. [Link] [Stanford News] [Video] [NY Times] [Science Daily] [Slate] [Gizmodo]

Segre, P. S., Cade, D. E., Fish, F. E., Potvin, J., Allen, A. N., Calambokidis, J., Friedlaender, A. S., Golbdogen, J. A. 2016. Hydrodynamic properties of fin whale flippers predict maximum rolling performance. Journal of Experimental Biology. 219: 3315-3320. [Link]

Arranz, P., DeRuiter, S. L., Stimpert, A. K., Silvana, N., Friedlaender, A. S., Goldbogen, J. A., Visser, F., Calambokidis, J., Southall, B. L., Tyack, P. L. 2016. Discrimination of fast click series produced by tagged Risso’s dolphins (Grampus griseus) for echolocation or communication. Journal of Experimental Biology. 219: 2898-2907. [Link]

Friedlaender, A. S., Hazen, E. L., Goldbogen, J. A., Stimpert, A. K., Calambokidis, J., Southall, B. L. 2016. Prey-mediated responses of feeding blue whales (Balaenoptera musculus) in controlled sound exposure experiments. Ecological Applications. 26(4): 1075-1085. [Link]

Nowacek, D. P., Christiansen, F., Bejder, L., Goldbogen, J. A., Friedlaender, A.S. 2016. Studying cetacean behavior: New technological approaches and conservation applications. Animal Behavior. 120: 235-244. doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2016.07.019 [Link]

Fossette, S., Katija, K., Goldbogen, J. A., Bograd, S., Patry, W., Howard, M. J., Knowles, T. Haddock, S. H. D., Bedell, L., Hazen, E. L., Robison, B. H., Mooney, T. A., Shorter. K. A., Bastian, T., Gleiss, A. C. 2016. How to tag a jellyfish? A Methodological review and guidelines to successful jellyfish tagging. Journal of Plankton Research. doi:10.1093/plankt/fbw073 [Link]

Friedlaender, A.S., Johnston, D. W., Tyson, R. B., Kaltenberg, A., Goldbogen, J. A., Stimpert, A. K., Curtice, C., Hazen, E. L., Halpin, P. N., Read, A. J., Nowacek, D. P. 2016. Multi-step decisions in a central place forager. Royal Society Open Science.  3:160043. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/ros.160043. [Link]

Allen, A. N., Golbdogen, J. A, Friedlaender, A. S., Calambokidis, J. In press. Development of an automated system for detecting stereotyped feeding events in multi-sensor tag data. Ecology and Evolution. 6(20): 7522-7535. doi:10.1002/ece3.2386 [Link]

2015

Goldbogen, J. A., Potvin, J., Fish, F. E. 2015. Hydrodynamics. In “Marine Mammal Physiology: Requisites for Ocean Living”. Editors: Michael Castellini and Jo-Ann Mellish. pp 3-28. CRC Press. [Link]

Marshall, C. M. and Goldbogen, J. A. 2015. Feeding Mechanisms. In “Marine Mammal Physiology: Requisites for Ocean Living”. Editors: Michael Castellini and Jo-Ann Mellish.pp 95-118. CRC Press. [Link]

Hazen, E. L., Friedlaender, A. S., Goldbogen, J. A. 2015. Blue whales (Balaenoptera musculus) optimize foraging efficiency by balancing oxygen use and energy gain as a function of prey density. Science Advances. 1(9): e1500469. doi:10.1126/sciadv.1500469 [Link] [NPR’s Science Friday] [Daily Mail] [CS Monitor] [CBC News] [Washington Post] [San Francisco Chronicle] [Gizmodo]

Stimpert, A. K., DeRuiter, S. L., Falcone, E. A., Joseph, J., Douglas, A., Moretti, D. J., Friedlaender, A. S., Calambokidis, J., Gailey, G., Tyack, P. L., Goldbogen, J. A. 2015. Sound production and associated behavior of tagged fin whales (Balaenoptera physalus) in the Southern California Bight. Animal Biotelemetry.  3:23. doi: 10.1186/s40317-015-0058-3 [Link]

Goldbogen, J. A., Shadwick, R. E., Lillie, M. A., Piscitelli, M. A., Potvin, J., Pyenson, N. D., Vogl, A. W. 2015. Using morphology to infer physiology: case studies on rorqual whales (Balaenopteridae). Canadian Journal of Zoology. 93: 687-700. [Link]

Vogl, A. W., Lillie, M. A., Piscitelli, M. A., Goldbogen, J. A., Pyenson, N. D., Shadwick, R. E. 2015. Stretchy nerves: essential components of an extreme feeding mechanism in rorqual whales. Current Biology. 25: R360-R361. [Link] [Cover] [Stanford News] [Science News] [BBC] [Gaurdian][National Geographic] [Washington Post] [CBC]

McKenna, M. F., Calambokidis, J., Oleson, E., Laist, D. W., Goldbogen, J. A. 2015. Simultaneous tracking of blue whales and large ships demonstrate limited behavioral response for avoiding collision. Endangered Species Research. 27: 219-232. doi: 10.3354/esr00666. [Link] [Stanford News] [Huffington Post]

Gleiss, A. C., Potvin, J., Keleher, J. J., Whitty, J. M., Morgan, D. L., Goldbogen, J. A. 2015. Mechanical challenges to freshwater residency in sharks and rays. Journal of Experimental Biology. 218: 1099-1110 [Link] [Science NOW AAAS]

Goldbogen, J. A., Hazen, E. L., Friedlaender, A. S., Calambokidis, J., DeRuiter, S. D., Stimpert, A. K., Southall, B. L. 2015. Prey density and distribution drive the three-dimensional foraging strategies of the largest filter feeder. Functional Ecology. 29: 951-961. doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12395. [Link]

Tyack, P. L., Calambokidis, J., Friedlaender, A., Goldbogen, J., & Southall, B. (2015). Formal Comment on Schorr GS, Falcone EA, Moretti DJ, Andrews RD (2014) First Long-Term Behavioral Records from Cuvier’s Beaked Whales (Ziphius cavirostris) Reveal Record-Breaking Dives. PLOS ONE 9 (3): e92633. doi: 10.1371/journal. pone. 0092633. [Link]

2014

Stimpert, A. K., DeRuiter, S. L., Southall, B. L., Moretti, D. J., Falcone, E. A., Goldbogen, J. A., Friedlaender, A. S., Schorr, G. S. Calambokidis, J. A. 2014. Acoustic and foraging behavior of a tagged Baird’s beaked whale (Berardius bairdii) exposed to simulated sonar. Scientific Reports. 4:7031. doi: 10.1038/srep077031 [Link]

Friedlaender, A. S., Goldbogen, J. A., Nowacek, D. P., Read, A. J. Johnston, A., Gales, N. 2014. Feeding rates and under-ice foraging strategies of the smallest lunge-filter feeder, the Antarctic minke whale. Journal of Experimental Biology. 217: 2851-2854. doi: 10.1242/jeb.106682 [Link] [Cover Image] [Inside JEB] [Science] [Stanford News] [National Geographic Phenomena] [National Geographic Daily News] [Business Insider Australia]

Goldbogen, J. A., Stimpert, A. K., DeRuiter, S. D., Calambokidis, J., Friedlaender, A. S., Schorr, G., Moretti, D., Tyack, P. L., Southall, B. L. 2014. Using accelerometers to determine the calling behavior of tagged baleen whales. Journal of Experimental Biology. 217: 2449-2455. doi: 10.1242/jeb.103259 [Link]

Friedlaender, A. S., Goldbogen, J. A., Hazen, E. L., Calambokidis, J. , Southall, B. L. 2014. Feeding performance by sympatric blue and fin whales exploiting a common resource. Marine Mammal Science. 31(1): 345-354. doi: 10.1111/mms.12134 [Link]

Crossin, G. T., Cooke, S. J., Goldbogen, J. A., Phillips, R .A. 2014. Tracking fitness in marine vertebrates: a review of current knowledge and opportunities for future research. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 496:1-17. doi: 10.3354/meps10691 [Link] [Theme Section]

Goldbogen, J. A. and Meir, J. U. 2014. Origin of the time-depth recorder: the device that revolutionized marine organismal biology. Journal of Experimental Biology. 217: 167-168. doi: 10.1242/jeb.092189 [Link]

2013

Goldbogen, J. A., Southall, B. L., DeRuiter, S. L., Calabokidis, J., Friedlaender, A. S., Hazen, E. L., Falcone, E. A., Schorr, G. S., Douglas, A., Moretti, D., Kyburg, C., McKenna, M. F., Tyack, P. L. 2013. Blue whales respond to simulated mid-frequency military sonar. Proceedings of the Royal Society – B Biological Sciences. 280: 20130657. [Video] [Link] [BBC] [NBC] [Guardian] [Telegraph] [Nature] [io9] [Washington Post]

Shadwick, R. E., Goldbogen, J. A., Potvin, J., Pyenson, N. D., Vogl, A. W. 2013. Novel muscle and connective tissue design enables high extensibility and controls engulfment volume in lunge-feeding rorqual whales. Journal of Experimental Biology. 216: 2691-2701.  [Link] [PDF]

Goldbogen, J. A., Friedlaender, A. S., Calambodkis, J., McKenna, M. F., Simon, M., Nowacek, D. P. 2013. Integrative approaches to the study of baleen whale diving behavior, feeding performance, and foraging ecology. BioScience. 63: 90–100. [Link] [PDF]

Pyenson, N. D., Goldbogen, J. A., Shadwick, R. E. 2013. Mandible allometry in extant and fossil Balaenopteridae: the largest vertebrate skeletal element and its role in rorqual lunge-feedingBiological Journal of the Linnean Society. 108: 586-599. [Link] [PDF]

Goldbogen, J. A., Calambokidis, J., Friedlaender, A. S., Francis, J., DeRuiter, S. L., Stimpert, A. K., Falcone, E., Southall, B. L. 2013. Underwater acrobatics by the world’s largest predator: 360° rolling maneuvers by lunge feeding blue whales. Biology Letters. 9: 20120986. [Link] [PDF] [NPR’s Science Friday: Video] [CBC’s Quirks & Quarks]

2012

Pyenson, N. D., Goldbogen, J. A., Vogl, A. W., Szathmary, G., Drake, R. L., Shadwick, R. E. 2012. Discovery of a sensory organ that coordinates lunge feeding in rorqual whales. Nature. 485: 498-501. [Link] [PDF] [Editorial] [Outside JEB] [NY Times] [CBC] [Science] [Discover] [BBC] [NPR]

Potvin, J., Goldbogen, J. A., Shadwick, R. E. 2012. Metabolic Expenditures of Lunge Feeding Rorquals Across Scale: Implications for the Evolution of Filter Feeding and the Limits to Maximum Body Size. PLoS ONE. [Link]

Shadwick, R. E. and Goldbogen, J. A. 2012. Muscle function and swimming in sharks. For a special issue: The Current Status of Elasmobranchs: Biology, Fisheries and Conservation. The Journal of Fish Biology 80: 1904-1939. [Link]

Goldbogen, J. A., Calambodkis, J., Croll, D.A., McKenna, M.F., Oleson, E., Potvin, J., Pyenson, N. D., Schorr, G., Shadwick, R.E., Tershy, B. 2012. Scaling of lunge feeding performance in rorqual whales: mass-specific energy expenditure increases with body size and progressively limits diving capacity. Functional Ecology26: 216-226. [Link] [Outside JEB] [Lay Summary]

2011

Field, D. J., Lin, S. C., Ben-Zvi, M., Goldbogen, J. A., Shadwick, R. E. 2011. Convergent evolution driven by similar feeding mechanics in balaenopterid whales and pelicans. Anatomical Record: Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary Biology. 294: 1273-1282. [Cover] [Link] [MSNBC] [Wired]

Wiedenmann, J., Cresswell, K. A., Goldbogen J. A., Potvin J., Mangel, M. 2011. Predicting the effects of climate- and fishery-induced reductions in krill biomass on the recovery of blue whales using a state-dependent foraging model. Ecological Modeling. 222: 3366-3379. [Link]

Goldbogen, J. A., Calambodkis, J., Oleson, E., Potvin, J., Pyenson, N. D., Schorr, G., Shadwick, R.E. 2011. Mechanics, hydrodynamics and energetics of blue whale lunge feeding: efficiency dependence on krill density. Journal of Experimental Biology214: 131-146. [Link] [PDF] [Editor’s Choice & Inside JEB] [Science] [Discover] [BBC] [New Scientist] [Spiegel]

2010

Goldbogen, J. A. 2010. The Ultimate Mouthful: Lunge Feeding in Rorqual Whales. American Scientist. 98: 124-131. [Cover] [Link] [German] [Spanish]

Potvin, J., Goldbogen, J. A., Shadwick, R. E. 2010. Scaling of lunge feeding in rorqual whales: an integrated model of engulfment duration. Journal of Theoretical Biology267: 437-453. [Link]

Goldbogen, J. A., Potvin, J., Shadwick, R.E. 2010. Skull and buccal cavity allometry increase mass-specific engulfment capacity in fin whales. Proceedings of the Royal Society – B Biological Sciences277: 861-868. [Link] [PDF] [Discover]

Field, D. J., Campbell-Malone, R., Goldbogen, J. A., Shadwick, R. E. 2010. Quantitative computed tomography of humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) mandibles: mechanical implications for rorqual lunge-feeding. Anatomical Record: Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary Biology293: 1240-1247. [Link] [PDF]

2005 – 2009

Potvin, J., Goldbogen, J. A., Shadwick, R. E. 2009. Passive versus active engulfment: Verdict from trajectory simulations of lunge-feeding fin whales. Journal of the Royal Society Interface[Link] [PDF]

Goldbogen, J. A., Calambokidis, J., Croll, D., Harvey, J., Newton, K., Oleson, E., Schorr, G., Shadwick, R.E. 2008. Foraging behavior of humpback whales: kinematic and respiratory patterns suggest a high cost for a lunge. Journal of Experimental Biology211:  3712-3719. [Cover] [Link] [PDF] [Inside JEB] [Quirks & Quarks]

Cranford, T. W., McKenna, M. F., Soldevilla, M., Wiggins, S., Goldbogen, J. A., Shadwick, R. E., Krysl, P., St. Leger, J., Hildebrand, J. 2008. Anatomic geometry of sound transmission and reception in Cuvier’s beaked whale (Ziphius cavirostris)Anatomical Record: Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary Biology291: 353-378. [Cover] [Link] [PDF]

Goldbogen, J. A., Pyenson, N. D., Shadwick, R. E. (2007). Big gulps require high drag for fin whale lunge-feeding. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 349: 289-301. [Link] [PDF] [NY Times] [NYT Graphic] [UBC Reports]

McKenna, M. F., Goldbogen, J. A., St. Leger, J., Hildebrand, J., Cranford, T. W. 2007. Evaluation of postmortem tissue structure using x-ray CT in the bottlenose dolphin, Tursiops truncatus. Anatomical Record290 (8): 1023-1032. [Link] [PDF]

Goldbogen, J. A., Calambokidis, J., Shadwick, R. E., Oleson, E. M., McDonald, M. A., Hildebrand, J. A. 2006. Kinematics of diving and lunge-feeding in fin whalesJournal of Experimental Biology. 209: 1231-1244. [Link] [PDF] [Inside JEB]

Goldbogen, J. A., Shadwick, R. E., Fudge, D. S., Gosline, J. M. 2005. Fast-start muscle dynamics in the rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss: phase relationship of white muscle shortening and midline curvature. Journal of Experimental Biology. 208: 929-938. [Link] [PDF]

Borrell, B. J., Goldbogen, J. A., and Dudley, R. 2005. Aquatic wing flapping at low Reynolds numbers: swimming kinematics of the antarctic pteropod, Clione antarctica. Journal of Experimental Biology. 208: 2939-2949. [Link] [PDF] [Movie1] [Movie2] [Movie3]

 

 

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