Publications

26 (of 26 published available) for Scottish Oceans Institute with keyword Declines clear keyword filter. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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A balance of winners and losers in the Anthropocene Maria Dornelas, Nicholas J. Gotelli, Hideyasu Shimadzu, Faye Helen Moyes, Anne Magurran, Brian J. McGill
2019
Incorporating non-equilibrium dynamics into demographic history inferences of a migratory marine species Emma Louise Carroll, R Alderman, J L Bannister, Martine Berube, P B Best, L Boren, C S Baker, Rachel Constantine, K Findlay, R Harcourt, L Lemaire, Per Palsboll, N J Patenaude, V J Rowntree, J Seger, D Steel, L O Valenzuela, M Watson, Oscar Eduardo Gaggiotti
2019
Cetacean rapid assessment: an approach to fill knowledge gaps and target conservation across large data deficient areas Gillian Tracey Braulik, Magreth Kasuga, Anja Wittich, Jeremy J Kiszka, Jamie Donald John MacAulay, Douglas Michael Gillespie, Jonathan Charles David Gordon, Said Shaib Said, Philip Steven Hammond
2018
Context-dependent reduction in somatic condition of wild Atlantic salmon infested with sea lice Roman Susdorf, Nabeil Salama, Christopher David Todd, Robert Hillman, Paul Elsmere, David Lusseau
2018
Differential gene expression is not required for facultative sex allocation Nicola Cook, J. Green, U. Trivedi, E. Tauber, B.A. Pannebakker, Michael Gordon Ritchie, David Michael Shuker
2018
Counting chirps G. John Measey, Ben Stevenson, tanya scott, Res Altwegg, David Louis Borchers
2017
Exposure of harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) to Brucella in declining populations across Scotland Joanna Louise Kershaw, Emma J. Stubberfield, Geoffrey Foster, Andrew Brownlow, Ailsa Jane Hall, Lorraine L. Perrett
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
Low and annually variable migratory connectivity in a long distance migrant Malcolm Burgess, Benedictus Freeman, Alice Risely, Arin Izang, Sam Ivande, Chris Hewson, Will Cresswell
2017
Low migratory connectivity is common in long-distance migrant birds Tom Finch, Simon Butler, Aldina Franco, Will Cresswell
2017
Contrasting migratory responses of two closely-related seabirds to long-term climate change James Grecian, Graeme A. Taylor, Graeme Loh, Rona A. R. McGill, Colin M. Miskelly, Richard A. Phillips, David R. Thompson, Robert W. Furness
2016
Searching for trends in river dolphin abundance Jeffrey E. Moore, Catalina Gomez-Salazar, Fernando Trujillo, M Louise Burt
2016
Constructing more informative plant-pollinator networks Gavin Andrew Ballantyne, Katherine C.R. Baldock, Patricia Gillian Willmer
2015
Patterns of space use in sympatric marine colonial predators reveals scales of spatial partitioning Esther Lane Jones, Bernie J McConnell, Sophie Caroline Smout, Philip Steven Hammond, Callan David Duck, Christopher Morris, David Thompson, Debbie JF Russell, cecile vincent, michelle cronin, Ruth Jemma Sharples, jason matthiopoulos
2015
Exotic invaders gain foraging benefits by shoaling with native fish Constantino De Jesus Macias Garcia, Alfredo Fernandez Ojanguren, Anne Magurran
2014
Reconstructing marine life-history strategies of wild Atlantic salmon from the stable isotope composition of otoliths Nora Nell Hanson, Christopher Martin Wurster, x EIMF, Christopher David Todd
2014
Functional relationship between harp seal body condition and available prey in the Barents Sea Tor Arne Oigard, Ulf Lindstrom, Tore Haug, Kjell Tormod Nilssen, Sophie Caroline Smout
2013
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
Estimating seasonal abundance of a central place forager using counts and telemetry data RJ Sharples, Monique Lea MacKenzie, Philip Steven Hammond
2009

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