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Prof John Harwood

Prof John Harwood
Professor


Population and Conservation Biology : Effects of individual variation and spatial structure on the population dynamics, genetics and epidemiology of vertebrates, particularly marine mammals. Interactions between anthropogenic activities and ecosystem function.

Research groups:

CREEM : http://creem2.st-andrews.ac.uk/

NERC Sea Mammal Research Unit

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Research Overview:

Population and Conservation Biology


Effects of individual variation and spatial structure on the population dynamics, genetics and epidemiology of vertebrates, particularly marine mammals. Interactions between anthropogenic activities and ecosystem function.

 

5 (of 5 published available) for jh17 with keyword MARINE MAMMALS clear keyword filter. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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Bio-energetic modeling of medium-sized cetaceans shows high sensitivity to disturbance in seasons of low resource supply Vincent Hin, John Harwood, André M. de Roos
Ecological Applications vol.In press
Understanding the population consequences of disturbance Enrico Pirotta, Daniel P. Costa, Erica Fleishman, Scott D. Kraus, David Lusseau, David Moretti, Leslie Frances New, Robert Schilling Schick, Lisa K. Schwarz, Samantha E. Simmons, Len Thomas, Peter Lloyd Tyack, Michael J. Weise, Randall S. Wells, John Harwood
Ecology and Evolution vol.Early View
A simulation approach to assessing environmental risk of sound exposure to marine mammals Carl Robert Donovan, Catriona M Harris, Lorenzo Milazzo, John Harwood, Laura Helen Marshall,
Ecology and Evolution 2017 vol.7 pp.2101-2111
Activities, motivations and disturbance Enrico Pirotta, Leslie Frances New, John Harwood, David Lusseau
Ecological Modelling 2014 vol.282 pp.44-58
Getting beneath the surface of marine mammal - fisheries competition Jason Matthiopoulos, Sophie Caroline Smout, Arliss Winship, David Thompson, Ian Boyd, John Harwood
Mammal Review 2008 vol.38 pp.167-188

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