Mr Jamie MacAulay

Research Assistant

tel: 01334 463616
fax:
email: jdjm@st-andrews.ac.uk
room: A5  (Bute)
Bute Building
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
Fife
KY16 9TS
UK


 



 

Recent Publications

MacAulay, JDJ, Gordon, JCD, Gillespie, DM, Malinka, CE & Northridge, SP 2017, 'Passive acoustic methods for fine-scale tracking of harbour porpoises in tidal rapids' Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol 141, no. 2, pp. 1120-1132. DOI: 10.1121/1.4976077
Sparling, CE, Gillespie, DM, Hastie, GD, Gordon, JCD, MacAulay, JDJ, Malinka, CE, Wu, G-M & McConnell, BJ 2016, Scottish Government Demonstration Strategy: Trialing methods for tracking the fine scale underwater movements of marine mammals in areas of marine renewable energy development. vol. 7, 14 edn, Scottish Marine and Freshwater Science.
MacAulay, JDJ, Gordon, JCD, Gillespie, DM, Malinka, CE, Johnson, M & Northridge, SP 2015, Tracking harbor porpoises in tidal rapids:: A low cost autonomous platform to track the movement of harbor porpoises in tidal rapids. NERC.
Malinka, CE, MacAulay, JDJ, Gordon, JCD & Northridge, SP 2015, 'Fine-scale acoustic tracking of harbour porpoises (Phocoena phocoena) in tidal rapids' 21st Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, San Francisco, United States, 13/12/15 - 19/12/15, .
Malinka, CE, MacAulay, JDJ, Gordon, JCD & Northridge, S 2015, Evaluation of a Drifting Porpoise Localising Array Buoy: A novel configuration for tracking porpoises in tidal rapids using passive acoustics.: Internship Report for the NERC Marine Renewable Energy Knowledge Exchange Programme . Natural Environment Research Council.
MacAulay, JDJ, Malinka, CE, Coram, AJ, Gordon, JCD & Northridge, S 2015, The density and behaviour of marine mammals in tidal rapids: Marine Mammal Scientific Support Research Programme MMSS/001/11. MR7.1. Report to Scottish Government 50pp. Marine Scotland.
Hastie, GD, Gillespie, DM, Gordon, JCD, MacAulay, JDJ, McConnell, BJ & Sparling, CE 2014, Tracking technologies for quantifying marine mammal interactions with tidal turbines: pitfalls and possibilities. in M Shields & A Payne (eds), Marine Renewable Energy Technology and Environmental Interactions. Humanity and the Sea, Springer Science and Business Media, Dordrecht. DOI: 10.1007/978-94-017-8002-5_10
McConnell, BJ, Gillespie, DM, Gordon, JCD, Hastie, GD, Johnson, M & MacAulay, JDJ 2013, Methods for tracking fine scale underwater movements of marine mammals around marine tidal devices: Report to Scottish Government Marine Mammal Scientific Support Research Programme MMSS/001/11. Scottish Government, Edinburgh.


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