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There will be 9 students presenting at the 25th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, including:

-Stella Raymond – Polar pelts: Morphology and thermal function of the pelts of Weddell seals

-Liv Springer – Development of apneustic breathing in northern elephant seal pups

-Kenzie Davidson – The northern elephant seals of Piedras Blancas: a story of recolonization, movement, and monitoring

-Maria Lopez-Neri – How does a lobster trap modification for sea otter exclusion affect the catch rate of California spiny lobsters?

-Katie Saenger – Movement of weaned northern elephant seal pups during their first at-sea foraging migration

-Kate Riordan – A novel comparison of southern sea otter fur buoyancy across ontogeny

-Adelle Wilkin – Temporal variability of cetacean presence off California’s central coast

-Molly Murphy – Novel characterization of adult female northern elephant seal pup attraction calls.

-Hayden Dillon – Relating male dominance rankings to aggression behaviors and copulations in a polygynous breeder, the northern elephant seal.

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