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MEPS 679:101-114 Supplementary Material

Water temperature is a key driver of horizontal and vertical movements of an ocean giant, the whale shark Rhincodon typus

Arrowsmith LM, Sequeira AMM, Pattiaratchi CB, Meekan MG
MEPS 679:101-114 | Full text in pdf format


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Animation S1. Changes in sea surface temperature with the whale shark track overlaid. Black ‘X’ show the known horizontal locations, and white ‘X’ show the interpolated locations using the methods described. Sea surface temperatures were set to range from 22–36°C