Living in a whale’s boundary layer: Swimming hydrodynamics of large vertebrates generate a low-drag ecological niche for commensal marine organisms

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Goldbogen, J., D. Cade, J. Calambokidis, A. Stimpert, B. Flammang, A. Friedlaender, J. Potvin. 2017. Living in a whale’s boundary layer: Swimming hydrodynamics of large vertebrates generate a low-drag ecological niche for commensal marine organisms. Abstract (Proceedings) 22nd Biennial on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 22-27, 2017.

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