Publications

11 (of 11 published available) for Scottish Oceans Institute with keyword Fitness consequences clear keyword filter. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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High field metabolic rates of wild harbour porpoises Laia Rojano-Doñate, Birgitte I. McDonald, Danuta M. Wisniewska, Mark Johnson, Jonas Teilmann, Magnus Wahlberg, Jakob Højer-Kristensen, Peter T. Madsen
2018
High rates of vessel noise disrupt foraging in wild harbour porpoises (Phocoena phocoena) Danuta Maria Wisniewska, Mark Johnson, Jonas Teilmann, Ursula Siebert, Anders Galatius, Rune Dietz, Peter Teglberg Madsen
2018
Ultra-high foraging rates of harbor porpoises make them vulnerable to anthropogenic disturbance Danuta Maria Wisniewska, Mark Johnson, Jonas Teilmann, Laia Rojano-Doñate, Jeanne Shearer, Signe Sveegaard, Lee A. Miller, Ursula Siebert, Peter Teglberg Madsen
2016
Individual seabirds show consistent foraging strategies in response to predictable fisheries discards Samantha C. Patrick, Stuart Bearhop, Thomas W. Bodey, James Grecian
2015
Sperm whale response to tag boat presence Saana Isojunno, Patrick Miller
2015
The extent and costs of reproductive interference among four species of true bug David Michael Shuker, Niall Currie, Tara Hoole,
2015
Fitness consequences of female multiple mating Miguel Maria Borges Da Costa Guint Barbosa, Sean R Connolly, Mizue Hisano, Maria Dornelas, Anne Magurran
2012

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