Publications

42 (of 42 published available) for Scottish Oceans Institute with keyword Benefits clear keyword filter. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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A review of unmanned vehicles for the detection and monitoring of marine fauna Ursula K. Verfuss, Ana Sofia Aniceto, Danielle Harris, Douglas Michael Gillespie, Sophie Fielding, Guillermo Jiménez, Phil Johnston, Rachael R. Sinclair, Agnar Sivertsen, Stian A. Solbø, Rune Storvold, Martin Biuw, Roy Wyatt
2019
Population-level consequences of seismic surveys on fishes Hans Slabbekoorn, John Dalen, Dick de Haan, Hendrik V. Winter, Craig Radford, Michael A. Ainslie, Kevin D. Heaney, Tobias van Kooten, Len Thomas, John Harwood

An inconvenient truth Marlene Zuk, David Michael Shuker
2018
Ecological best practice in decommissioning Irene Sarah Fortune, David Maxwell Paterson

Prioritising invasive species control actions Will Cresswell, Nicholas David Hanley
2018
Sperm is a sexual ornament in rose bitterling Carl Smith, Rowena Grace Alison Spence, Martin Reichard

The construction of feelings of justice in environmental management Lou Lecuyer, Rehema White, Birgit Schmook, Violaine Lemay, Sophie Calmé
2018
Dendrochronologically dated pine buildings from Scotland Coralie Mary Mills, Anne Crone, Rob Wilson
2017
Harbour seal (Phoca vitulina) abundance within the Firth of Tay and Eden Estuary, Scotland Nora Nell Hanson, David Thompson, Callan David Duck, John Baxter, Mike Lonergan
2017
Impact of wild prey availability on livestock predation by snow leopards Kulbhushansingh R. Suryawanshi, Stephen M. Redpath, Yash Veer Bhatnagar, Uma Ramakrishnan, Vaibhav Chaturvedi, Sophie Caroline Smout, Charudutt Mishra
2017
Improving the usability of spatial point processes methodology Janine Baerbel Illian, David Burslem
2017
Individual, ecological, and anthropogenic influences on activity budgets of long-finned pilot whales Saana Isojunno, Dinara Sadykova, Stacy Lynn De Ruiter, Charlotte Curé, Fleur Visser, Len Thomas, Patrick Miller, Catriona M Harris
2017
A conceptual framework for assessing the ecosystem service of waste remediation: in the marine environment David Maxwell Paterson, Ana M. Queirós, Andrew P. Rees, Nicholas Stephens, Stephen Widdicombe, Nicola J. Beaumont
2016
POLICY BRIEF Learning to be low-carbon Jan Bebbington, Rehema White
2016
Skill learning and the evolution of social learning mechanisms Daniel Job Van Der Post, Mathias Franz, Kevin Neville Laland
2016
Beyond sex allocation Laura A. Collins, David Michael Shuker
2015
Developing and enhancing biodiversity monitoring programmes Michael J. O. Pocock, Stuart E. Newson, Ian G. Henderson, Jodey Peyton, William J. Sutherland, David G. Noble, Stuart G. Ball, Björn C. Beckmann, Jeremy Biggs, Tom Brereton, David J. Bullock, Stephen Terrence Buckland, Mike Edwards, Mark A. Eaton, Martin C. Harvey, Mark O. Hill, Martin Horlock, David S. Hubble, Angela M. Julian, Edward C. Mackey, Darren J. Mann, Matthew J. Marshall, Jolyon M. Medlock, Elaine M. O'Mahony, Marina Pacheco, Keith Porter, Steve Prentice, Deborah A. Procter, Helen E. Roy, Sue E. Southway, Chris R. Shortall, Alan J. A. Stewart, David E. Wembridge, Mark A. Wright, David B. Roy
2015
Do the benefits of polyandry scale with outbreeding? Sam Auty, David Michael Shuker
2015
Effects of salmon lice Lepeophtheirus salmonis on wild sea trout Salmo trutta – a literature review Eva Thorstad, Christopher David Todd, Ingebrigt Uglem, Paal Arne Bjorn, Patrick Gargan, Knut Vollset, Elina Halttunen, Steinar Kalas, Marius Berg, Bengt Finstad
2015
Fewer but not smaller schools in declining fish and krill populations Andrew Stuart Brierley, Martin James Cox
2015
Predicting future European breeding distributions of British seabird species under climate change and unlimited/no dispersal scenarios Debbie JF Russell, Sarah Wanless, Yvonne C. Collingham, Brian Huntley, Keith C. Hamer
2015
The learning of action sequences through social transmission Daniel Cownden, Kevin Neville Laland
2015
Association tendency and preference for heterospecifics in an invasive species M. Camacho-Cervantes, Alfredo Fernandez Ojanguren, Amy Elizabeth Deacon, I. W. Ramnarine, Anne Magurran
2014
Exotic invaders gain foraging benefits by shoaling with native fish Constantino De Jesus Macias Garcia, Alfredo Fernandez Ojanguren, Anne Magurran
2014
Forced monogamy in a multiply mating species does not impede colonisation success Amy Elizabeth Deacon, Miguel Maria Borges Da Costa Guint Barbosa, Anne Magurran
2014
The local enhancement conundrum Michal Arbilly, Kevin Neville Laland
2014
Immune activity, body condition and human-associated environmental impacts in a wild marine mammal Patrick M Brock, Ailsa Jane Hall, Simon J Goodman, Marilyn Cruz, Karina Acevedo-Whitehouse
2013
Female rose bitterling prefer MHC-dissimilar males Martin Reichard, Rowena Grace Alison Spence, Anna Bryjova, Pepa Bryja, Carl Smith
2012
Fitness consequences of female multiple mating Miguel Maria Borges Da Costa Guint Barbosa, Sean R Connolly, Mizue Hisano, Maria Dornelas, Anne Magurran
2012
The influence of philosophical perspectives in integrative research Anna Clair Evely, Ioan Raymond Albert Fazey, Michelle Pinard, Xavier Lambin
2008
Can methods applied in medicine be used to summarize and disseminate conservation research? Ioan Raymond Albert Fazey, J G Salisbury, D B Lindenmayer, J Maindonald, R Douglas
2004

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