Prof. Adam Pack publishes findings on female humpback whale behavior in Hawaiian waters

Sunday, December 8, 2013, 12:29am by

Adam Pack┬áalso co-authored the paper “Habitat segregation by female humpback whales in Hawaiian waters: avoidance of males?” published in the journal “Behaviour.” The research reported in this article shows that female humpback whales with newborn calves segregate themselves into shallower water than females without calf to avoid energetically costly associations with male humpback whales prospecting for mating opportunities. The article’s findings were featured in a story by the BBC News: Edinburgh, File, East Scotland (Read the complete article).