Burney Le Boeuf is a retired professor of biology at UC Santa Cruz and studied elephant seals for more than twenty-five years. In 1983, after the building of the first depth recorder that could be attached to the seals, he studied their diving habits.
Warren Zapol head of anesthesiology at Massachusetts General Hospital at the time of this writing and remains on the faculty of Harvard Medical School.
Peter Hochachka Professor in the zoology department at the University of British Columbia in Canada until his retirement in 2002.
Sheila Thornton conducting research in the zoology department at the University of British Columbia in Canada.
Articles to read:
"Elephant seals: the champion divers of the deep." by Kathleen McAuliffe, appeared in "Smithsonian" magazine in September 1995.
"The roar from Ano Nuevo." by Michael Tennesen, appeared in
"Wildlife Conservation" in the Nov.-Dec. issue of 1996.
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