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Dr Gordon Hastie

Dr Gordon Hastie
Senior Research Fellow


 

My research interests focus on how marine mammals’ utilise the dynamic nature of their environment and how they adjust their behaviour in response to changes in their environments. This includes natural environmental changes and responses to man-made perturbations. As we see the increasing urbanisation of marine environments, I am particularly interested in how marine mammals perceive and respond to novel man-made sources in the ocean.

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Effects of impulsive noise on marine mammals Gordon Drummond Hastie, Nathan Merchant, Thomas Goetz, Debbie JF Russell, Paul Thompson, Vincent Janik
Ecological Applications vol.Early View
Empirical determination of severe trauma in seals from collisions with tidal turbine blades Joseph Onoufriou, Andrew Brownlow, Simon Moss, Gordon Drummond Hastie, David Thompson
Journal of Applied Ecology vol.Early View
Three-dimensional movements of harbour seals in a tidally energetic channel Gordon Drummond Hastie, Matthew Bivins, Alexander James Coram, Jonathan Charles David Gordon, Pauline Jepp, Jamie Donald John MacAulay, Carol Elizabeth Sparling, Douglas Michael Gillespie
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 2019 vol.29 pp.564-575
Harbour seals avoid tidal turbine noise Gordon Drummond Hastie, Debbie JF Russell, Paul Lepper, Jim Elliott, Ben Wilson, Steven Benjamins, David Thompson
Journal of Applied Ecology 2018 vol.55 pp.684-693
Harbour porpoise distribution can vary at small spatiotemporal scales in energetic habitats Steven Benjamins, Nienke van Geel, Gordon Drummond Hastie, Jim Elliott, Ben Wilson
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 2017 vol.141 pp.191-202
Mitigation of harm during a novel behavioural response study involving active sonar and wild cetaceans Brandon Southall, Gordon Drummond Hastie, Peter Lloyd Tyack, Ian Boyd
Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 2017 vol.16 pp.29-38
Physiological constraints and energetic costs of diving behaviour in marine mammals David Rosen, Allyson Hindle, Andreas Fahlman, Carling Gerlinsky, Elizabeth Goundie, Gordon Drummond Hastie, Beth Volpov, Andrew Trites
Journal of Comparative Physiology B: Biochemical, Systems, and Environmental Physiology 2017 vol.187 pp.29-50
Responses of bottlenose dolphins and harbor porpoises to impact and vibration piling noise during harbor construction Isla Graham, Enrico Pirotta, Nathan Merchant, Adrian Farcas, Tim Barton, Barbara Cheney, Gordon Drummond Hastie, Paul Thompson
Ecosphere 2017 vol.8
Seals and shipping Esther Lane Jones, Gordon Drummond Hastie, Sophie Caroline Smout, Joseph Onoufriou, Nathan Merchant, Kate Brookes, David Thompson
Journal of Applied Ecology 2017 vol.54 pp.1930-1940
Aerial low frequency hearing in captive and free-ranging harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) using auditory brainstem responses Klaus Lucke, Gordon Drummond Hastie, Kerstin Ternes, Bernie J McConnell, Simon Moss, Debbie JF Russell, Heike Weber, Vincent Janik
Journal of Comparative Physiology A: Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology 2016 vol.202 pp.859-868
Avoidance of wind farms by harbour seals is limited to pile driving activities Debbie JF Russell, Gordon Drummond Hastie, David Thompson, Vincent Janik, Philip Steven Hammond, Lindesay Alexandra Sarah Scott-Hayward, Jason Matthiopoulos, Esther Lane Jones, Bernie J McConnell
Journal of Applied Ecology 2016 vol.53 pp.1642-1652
Dynamic habitat corridors for marine predators Gordon Drummond Hastie, Debbie JF Russell, Steven Benjamins, Simon Moss, Ben Wilson, David Thompson
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 2016 vol.70 pp.2161–2174
Investigations into the interactions between harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) and vessels in the inner Moray Firth Joseph Onoufriou, Esther Lane Jones, Gordon Drummond Hastie, David Thompson
2016
Marine Renewable Energy MRE1 Annual Report Bernie J McConnell, Sophie Caroline Smout, Mick Wu, David Thompson, Phil Irving, Gordon Drummond Hastie
2016
Multiple-pulse sounds and seals: results of a harbour seal (Phoca vitulina) telemetry study during windfarm construction Gordon Drummond Hastie, Debbie JF Russell, Bernie J McConnell, David Thompson, Vincent Janik
Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 2016 vol.875 pp.425-430
Scottish Government Demonstration Strategy Carol Elizabeth Sparling, Douglas Michael Gillespie, Gordon Drummond Hastie, Jonathan Charles David Gordon, Jamie Donald John MacAulay, Chloe Elizabeth Malinka, Mick Wu, Bernie J McConnell
2016 vol.7
Strategic Regional Pre-construction Marine Mammal Monitoring Programme Annual Report 2016 Isla Graham, Barbara Cheney, Rebecca Hewitt, Line Cordes, Gordon Drummond Hastie, Debbie JF Russell, Monica Arso Civil, Philip Steven Hammond, Paul Thompson
2016
Confusion reigns? A review of marine megafauna interactions with tidal-stream environments Steven Benjamins, Andrew Dale, Gordon Drummond Hastie, James Waggitt, Mary-Anne Lea, Beth Scott, Ben Wilson
2015 pp.1-54
Sound exposure in harbour seals during the installation of an offshore wind farm Gordon Drummond Hastie, Debbie JF Russell, Bernie J McConnell, Simon Moss, David Thompson, Vincent Janik
Journal of Applied Ecology 2015 vol.52 pp.631-640
Behavioral responses by grey seals (Halichoerus grypus) to high frequency sonar Gordon Drummond Hastie, Carl Robert Donovan, Thomas Goetz, Vincent Janik
Marine Pollution Bulletin 2014 vol.79 pp.205-210
Marine mammals trace anthropogenic structures at sea Debbie JF Russell, Sophie Brasseur, David Thompson, Gordon Drummond Hastie, Vincent Janik, Geert Aarts, Brett Thomas McClintock, Jason Matthiopoulos, Simon Moss, Bernie J McConnell
Current Biology 2014 vol.24 pp.R638-R639
Tracking technologies for quantifying marine mammal interactions with tidal turbines: pitfalls and possibilities Gordon Drummond Hastie, Douglas Michael Gillespie, Jonathan Charles David Gordon, Jamie Donald John MacAulay, Bernie J McConnell, Carol Elizabeth Sparling
2014
Framework for assessing impacts of pile-driving noise from offshore wind farm construction on a harbour seal population P.M. Thompson, Gordon Drummond Hastie, J. Nedwell, R. Barham, K.L. Brookes, Line S. Cordes, H. Bailey, Nancy McLean
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 2013 vol.43 pp.73-85
Methods for tracking fine scale underwater movements of marine mammals around marine tidal devices Bernie J McConnell, Douglas Michael Gillespie, Jonathan Charles David Gordon, Gordon Drummond Hastie, Mark Johnson, Jamie Donald John MacAulay
2013
Modelling the biological significance of behavioural change in coastal bottlenose dolphins in response to disturbance Leslie Frances New, John Harwood, Len Thomas, Carl Robert Donovan, James Clark, Gordon Drummond Hastie, Paul Thompson, Barbara Cheney, Lindesay Alexandra Sarah Scott-Hayward, David Lusseau
Functional Ecology 2013 vol.27 pp.314-322
Repeated call types in short-finned pilot whales, Globicephala macrorhynchus. Laela Sayigh, Gordon Drummond Hastie, Peter Lloyd Tyack
Marine Mammal Science 2012
Vessel noise affects beaked whale behavior Enrico Pirotta, Rachel Milor, Peter Lloyd Tyack, Ian Boyd, Gordon Drummond Hastie
PLoS One 2012 vol.7
Classification of animal dive tracks via automatic landmarking, principal components analysis and clustering Cameron Walker, Monique Lea MacKenzie, Carl Robert Donovan, Gordon Drummond Hastie,
Ecosphere 2011 vol.2 pp.1-13
Buoyancy does not affect diving metabolism during shallow dives in Steller sea lions Eumetopias jubatus A. Fahlman, Gordon Drummond Hastie, D. A. S. Rosen, Y. Naito, A. W. Trites
Aquatic Biology 2008 vol.3 pp.147-154
Laboratory studies in wildlife conservation: The case of the Steller sea lion D. Rosen, A. Fahlman, A. Trites, Gordon Drummond Hastie
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology 2007 vol.146 pp.S84-S84
Reductions in oxygen consumption during dives and estimated submergence limitations of Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) Gordon Drummond Hastie, David A. S. Rosen, Andrew W. Trites
Marine Mammal Science 2007 vol.23 pp.272-286
The influence of buoyancy on diving metabolism of Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) Andreas Fahlman, Gordon Drummond Hastie, David A. S. Rosen, Andrew W. Trites
FASEB Journal 2007 vol.21 pp.A593-A594
Diving deep in a foraging hotspot: acoustic insights into bottlenose dolphin dive depths and feeding behaviour Gordon Drummond Hastie, B Wilson, P M Thompson
Marine Biology 2006 vol.148 pp.1181-1188
Studying diving energetics of trained Steller sea lions in the open sea Gordon Drummond Hastie, David A. S. Rosen, Andrew W. Trites
2006 pp.193-204
The influence of depth on a breath-hold diver: Predicting the diving metabolism of Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) Gordon Drummond Hastie, David A. S. Rosen, Andrew W. Trites
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 2006 vol.336 pp.163-170
Environmental models for predicting oceanic dolphin habitat in the Northeast Atlantic Gordon Drummond Hastie, G Slesser, P M Thompson, W R Turrell
ICES Journal of Marine Science 2005 vol.62 pp.760-770
Functional mechanisms underlying cetacean distribution patterns: hotspots for bottlenose dolphins are linked to foraging Gordon Drummond Hastie, B Wilson, K M Parsons, P M Thompson
Marine Biology 2004 vol.144 pp.397-403
Bottlenose dolphins increase breathing synchrony in response to boat traffic Gordon Drummond Hastie, B Wilson, L H Tufft, P M Thompson
Marine Mammal Science 2003 vol.19 pp.74-84
Distribution of small cetaceans within a candidate Special Area of Conservation; implications for management. Gordon Drummond Hastie, Tim Barton, Kate Grellier, Philip Steven Hammond, Paul Thompson, Ben Wilson
Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 2003 vol.5 pp.261-266
Fine-scale habitat selection by coastal bottlenose dolphins: application of a new land-based video-montage technique Gordon Drummond Hastie, B Wilson, P M Thompson
Canadian Journal of Zoology 2003 vol.81 pp.469-478
Sperm whale distribution and seasonal density in the Faroe Shetland Channel. Gordon Drummond Hastie, Jonathan Charles David Gordon, George Slesser, William Turrell
Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 2003 vol.5 pp.74-84
A new technique to measure spatial relationships within groups of free-ranging coastal cetaceans C Denardo, M Dougherty, Gordon Drummond Hastie, R Leaper, B Wilson, P M Thompson
Journal of Applied Ecology 2001 vol.38 pp.888-895
A design for a two-dimensional boat-bound hydrophone array for studying harbor seals, Phoca vitulina S M Van Parijs, Gordon Drummond Hastie, P M Thompson
Marine Mammal Science 2000 vol.16 pp.481-488
Individual and geographical variation in display behaviour of male harbour seals in Scotland S M Van Parijs, Gordon Drummond Hastie, P M Thompson
Animal Behaviour 2000 vol.59 pp.559-568
Geographical variation in temporal and spatial vocalization patterns of male harbour seals in the mating season S M Van Parijs, Gordon Drummond Hastie, P M Thompson
Animal Behaviour 1999 vol.58 pp.1231-1239
Modification and deployment of a sonobuoy for recording underwater vocalizations from marine mammals S M Van Parijs, P M Thompson, Gordon Drummond Hastie, B A Bartels
Marine Mammal Science 1998 vol.14 pp.310-316

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University of St Andrews
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