Prof Patrick Miller
My research focuses on communication and behavioural ecology of marine mammals. I record and describe the behaviour patterns of marine mammals in order to elucidate their function, and how life in the sea affects behaviour and physiology. This research often makes use of novel research tools such as hydrophone arrays to identify which whale within a group is calling, and animal-attached tags. Marine mammals live in a world increasingly affected by anthropogenic activity, and I have conducted several studies of how underwater noise affects behaviour of cetaceans, and the potential that disturbance might lead to lasting harm.
- George Sato
- Caroline Haas
Northern elephant seals adjust gliding and stroking patterns with changes in buoyancy: validation of at-sea metrics of body densityAoki, K., Watanabe, Y. Y., Crocker, D. E., Robinson, P. W., Biuw, M., Costa, D. P., Miyazaki, N., Fedak, M. & Miller, P., Sept 2011, In: Journal of Experimental Biology. 214, 17, p. 2973-2987 15 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review