2013

Instructions

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2.33 MB

Title Swimming near the substrate: a simple robotic model of stingray locomotion
Authors Blevins, E. and Lauder, G.V.
Year 2013
Journal Citation Bioinspiration & Biomimetics
doi:10.1088/1748-3182/8/1/016005
     

Ruiz Torres1.76 MB

Title Kinematics of the ribbon fin in hovering and swimming of the electric ghost knifefish
Authors Ruiz-Torres, R., Curet, O.M., Lauder, G.V. and MacIver, M.A.
Year 2013
Journal Citation The Journal of Experimental Biology 216, 823-834
     

Fish Lauder2.37 MB

Title Not Just Going with the Flow
Authors Fish, F. and Lauder, G.V.
Year 2013
Journal Citation American Scientist 101, 114-123
     

Fish Lauder435 KB

Title Pectoral fins aid in navigation of a complex environment by bluegill sunfish under sensory deprivation conditions
Authors Flammang, B.E. and Lauder, G.V.
Year 2013
Journal Citation The Journal of Experimental Biology 216, 3084-3089
     

Fish Lauder1.5 MB

Title Functional Morphology of the Fin Rays of Teleost Fishes
Authors Flammang, B.E., Alben, S., Madden, P.G.A. and Lauder, G.V.
Year 2013
Journal Citation The Journal of Morphology 274:1044-1059
     

BioIM Flapping3.09 MB

Title Understanding undulatory locomotion in fishes using an inertia-compensated flapping foil robotic device
Authors Wen, L. and Lauder, G.V.
Year 2013
Journal Citation Bioinspiration & Biomimetics 8 (2013) 046013 (15pp)
     

Kenaley Dragonfish1 MB

Title The Complex Evolutionary History of Seeing Red: Molecular Phylogeny and the Evolution of an Adaptive Visual System in Deep-Sea Dragonfishes (Stomiiformes: Stomiidae)
Authors Kenaley, C.P, DeVaney, S.C. and Fjeran, T.T.
Year 2013
Journal Citation Evolution
doi: 10.1111/evo.12322
     

Kenaley Dragonfish1.9 MB

Title Bending rules for animal propulsion
Authors Lucas, K.N., Johnson, N., Beaulieu, W.T., et al.
Year 2013
Journal Citation Nature Communications
doi: 10.1038/ncomms4293