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Dr. Jen Maresh

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Dr. Jen Maresh

Office: Merion 317
Phone: 610-436-2318
Email: jmaresh@wcupa.edu

Dr. Jen Maresh's Publications

  • Costa, DP & JL Maresh (2018). Energetics in "Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals" (Bernd Wursig, JGM Thewissen, and Kit M. Kovacs, eds), 3rd ed., pp. 329-335, Academic Press/Elsevier, San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Williams, TM & JL Maresh (2016). Exercise Energetics in "Marine Mammal Physiology: Requisites for Ocean Living" (M Castellini & J Mellish, eds), pp. 47-68, SPi Global.
  • Maresh, JL, T Adachi, A Takahashi, et al. (2015). Summing the strokes: energy economy in northern elephant seals during large-scale foraging migrations. Movement Ecology 3(22): doi:10.1186/s40462-015-0049-2.
  • Schwarz, LK, S Villegas-Amtmann, ...JL Maresh, et al. (2015). Comparisons and uncertainty in fat and adipose tissue estimation techniques: the northern elephant seal as a case study. PLoS ONE 10(6).
  • Maresh, JL, SE Simmons, DE Crocker, BI McDonald, TM Williams & DP Costa (2014). Free-swimming northern elephant seals have low field metabolic rates that are sensitive to an increased cost of transport. Journal of Experimental Biology 217: 1485-1495.
  • Adachi, T, JL Maresh, PW Robinson, et al. (2014). The foraging benefits of being fat in a highly migratory marine mammal. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281(1797): 20142120.
  • Maresh, JL (2014). Bioenergetics of marine mammals: the influence of body size, reproductive status, locomotion and phylogeny on metabolism. PhD Thesis, University of California-Santa Cruz.
  • Costa, DP, LK Schwarz, JL Maresh, PW Robinson & DE Crocker (2013). A bioenergetics approach to understanding the population consequences of natural and anthropogenic disturbance. Integrative & Comparative Biology 53: E41-E41.
  • Robinson, PW, DP Costa,...JL Maresh, et al. (2012). Foraging behavior and success of a mesopelagic predator in the northeast Pacific Ocean: insights from a data-rich species, the northern elephant seal. PLoS ONE 7(5): e36728.
  • Maresh, JL, FE Fish, DP Nowacek, SM Nowacek & RS Wells (2004). High performance turning capabilities during foraging by bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus). Marine Mammal Science 20: 498-509.
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