Paolo Segre

2008-2015 Zoology University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
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Segre PS, Gough WT, Roualdes EA, et al. (2022) Scaling of maneuvering performance in baleen whales: larger whales outperform expectations. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 225
Segre PS, Potvin J, Cade DE, et al. (2020) Energetic and physical limitations on the breaching performance of large whales. Elife. 9
Friedlaender AS, Bowers MT, Cade D, et al. (2019) The advantages of diving deep: Fin whales quadruple their energy intake when targeting deep krill patches Functional Ecology. 34: 497-506
Segre PS, Cade DE, Calambokidis J, et al. (2018) Body flexibility enhances maneuverability in the world's largest predator. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Dakin R, Segre PS, Straw AD, et al. (2018) Morphology, muscle capacity, skill, and maneuvering ability in hummingbirds. Science (New York, N.Y.). 359: 653-657
Goller B, Segre PS, Middleton KM, et al. (2017) Visual Sensory Signals Dominate Tactile Cues during Docked Feeding in Hummingbirds. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 11: 622
Skandalis DA, Segre PS, Bahlman JW, et al. (2017) The biomechanical origin of extreme wing allometry in hummingbirds. Nature Communications. 8: 1047
Segre PS, Dakin R, Read TJ, et al. (2016) Mechanical Constraints on Flight at High Elevation Decrease Maneuvering Performance of Hummingbirds. Current Biology : Cb
Goldbogen JA, Cade D, Calambokidis J, et al. (2016) How Baleen Whales Feed: The Biomechanics of Engulfment and Filtration. Annual Review of Marine Science
Segre PS, Cade DE, Fish FE, et al. (2016) Hydrodynamic properties of fin whale flippers predict maximum rolling performance. The Journal of Experimental Biology
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