Unexpected decadal density-dependent shifts in California sea lion size, morphology, and foraging niche. Valenzuela-Toro et al.

Published: 27 April 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/yy7tx8x5rc.1
Ana Valenzuela


Original morphological and carbon and nitrogen stable isotope measurements of California sea lions (Data S1-S4). Population counts and estimations of California sea lions on the west coast of the United States from the literature (Data S5-S8; S10-S19). Records of Pacific sardine and northern anchovy catches from the eastern North Pacific from the literature (Data S9). Original R code used for analyses and data visualization (zip file)



University of California Santa Cruz


Marine Ecology, Marine Mammal, Functional Anatomy, Morphometrics, Sea Lion, Bone Morphology, Stable Isotope


Agencia Nacional de Investigación y Desarrollo

Grant 2016-72170286

National Museum of Natural History

Peter Buck Predoctoral Fellowship

University of California, Santa Cruz

Division of Physical and Biological Sciences

University of California, Santa Cruz

Travel Grant Graduate Student Association

University of California, Santa Cruz

Rebecca and Steve Sooy Graduate Fellowship