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Terrie M Williams
Terrie M Williams
Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz
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. Killer whale predation on sea otters linking oceanic and nearshore ecosystems
DF Estes, J.A., Tinker, M.T., Williams, T.M. and Doak
Science 282, 473-476, 1998
15351998
Sequential megafaunal collapse in the North Pacific Ocean: An ongoing legacy of industrial whaling?
AM Springer, JA Estes, GB Van Vliet, TM Williams, DF Doak, EM Danner, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (21), 12223-12228, 2003
6332003
Sink or swim: strategies for cost-efficient diving by marine mammals
TM Williams, RW Davis, LA Fuiman, J Francis, BJ Le, Boeuf, M Horning, ...
Science 288 (5463), 133-136, 2000
4552000
Hunting behavior of a marine mammal beneath the Antarctic fast ice
RW Davis, LA Fuiman, TM Williams, SO Collier, WP Hagey, SB Kanatous, ...
Science 283 (5404), 993-996, 1999
3651999
Killer appetites: assessing the role of predators in ecological communities
TM Williams, JA Estes, DF Doak, AM Springer
Ecology 85 (12), 3373-3384, 2004
3632004
Understanding and predicting ecological dynamics: are major surprises inevitable
DF Doak, JA Estes, BS Halpern, U Jacob, DR Lindberg, J Lovvorn, ...
Ecology 89 (4), 952-961, 2008
2922008
The evolution of cost efficient swimming in marine mammals: limits to energetic optimization
TM Williams
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 1999
2871999
The cost of foraging by a marine predator, the Weddell seal Leptonychotes weddellii: pricing by the stroke
TM Williams, LA Fuiman, M Horning, RW Davis
Journal of experimental biology 207 (6), 973-982, 2004
2512004
Travel at low energetic cost by swimming and wave-riding bottlenose dolphins
TM Williams, WA Friedl, ML Fong, RM Yamada, P Sedivy, JE Haun
Nature 355 (6363), 821-823, 1992
2421992
Body size and skeletal muscle myoglobin of cetaceans: adaptations for maximizing dive duration
SR Noren, TM Williams
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2000
2032000
The physiology of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus): heart rate, metabolic rate and plasma lactate concentration during exercise
TM Williams, WA Friedl, JE Haun
Journal of Experimental Biology 179 (1), 31-46, 1993
2021993
Scale dependent behavioral responses to human development by a large predator, the puma
CC Wilmers, Y Wang, B Nickel, P Houghtaling, Y Shakeri, ML Allen, ...
PloS one 8 (4), e60590, 2013
1862013
Swimming performance and hydrodynamic characteristics of harbor seals Phoca vitulina
TM Williams, GL Kooyman
Physiological Zoology 58 (5), 576-589, 1985
1821985
Instantaneous energetics of puma kills reveal advantage of felid sneak attacks
TM Williams, L Wolfe, T Davis, T Kendall, B Richter, Y Wang, C Bryce, ...
Science 346 (6205), 81-85, 2014
1762014
The diving physiology of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus). II. Biomechanics and changes in buoyancy at depth
RC Skrovan, TM Williams, PS Berry, PW Moore, RW Davis
Journal of Experimental Biology 202 (20), 2749-2761, 1999
1711999
Swimming metabolism of yearling and adult harbor seals Phoca vitulina
RW Davis, TM Williams, GL Kooyman
Physiological Zoology 58 (5), 590-596, 1985
1641985
A killer appetite: metabolic consequences of carnivory in marine mammals
TM Williams, J Haun, RW Davis, LA Fuiman, S Kohin
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2001
1622001
Behavior of midwater fishes under the Antarctic ice: observations by a predator
L Fuiman, R Davis, T Williams
Marine Biology 140 (4), 815-822, 2002
1472002
Swimming by sea otters: adaptations for low energetic cost locomotion
TM Williams
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 164 (6), 815-824, 1989
1461989
Complex trophic interactions in kelp forest ecosystems
JA Estes, EM Danner, DF Doak, B Konar, AM Springer, PD Steinberg, ...
Bulletin of marine science 74 (3), 621-638, 2004
1442004
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