Mr Joe Onoufriou

Research Assistant and Phd Candidate

tel: 01334 462629
room: 2.12  (SOI)
Scottish Oceans Institute
East Sands
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 8LB



Recent Publications

Brownlow, A, Onoufriou, J, Bishop, A, Davison, N & Thompson, D 2016, 'Corkscrew seals: grey seal (Halichoerus grypus) infanticide and cannibalism may indicate the cause of spiral lacerations in seals' PLoS One, vol 11, no. 6, e0156464, pp. 1-14. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0156464
Thompson, D, Onoufriou, J, Brownlow, A & Morris, C 2016, Data based estimates of collision risk: an example based on harbour seal tracking data around a proposed tidal turbine array in the Pentland Firth. 900 edn, Scottish Natural Heritage.
Onoufriou, J, Jones, EL, Hastie, GD & Thompson, D 2016, Investigations into the interactions between harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) and vessels in the inner Moray Firth. Scottish Marine and Freshwater Science, no. 24, vol. 74, Marine Scotland. DOI: 10.7489/1805-1
Jones, E, Onoufriou, J, Thompson, D & Smout, SC 2015, Examining the distribution of observed carcasses to identify biological and oceanographic patterns and distribution of potential causes to assess the patterns of risk associated with unexplained seal deaths. Report to Scottish Government, no. USD 4, University of St Andrews.
Thompson, D, Brownlow, A, Onoufriou, J & Moss, S 2015, Collision risk and impact study: field tests of turbine blade-seal carcass collisions. Report to Scottish Government, no. MR 5, University of St Andrews.
Onoufriou, J & Thompson, D 2015, Collision risk: a brief review of available information on behaviour of mammals and birds in high tidal energy areas. Report to Scottish Government, no. MR 7.2.1, University of St Andrews.
Onoufriou, J, Thompson, D & Brownlow, A 2014, Testing the hypothetical link between shipping and unexplained seal deaths. Report to Marine Scotland, no. MMS/001/11 USD2, University of St Andrews.

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