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Prof Michael Fedak

Prof Michael Fedak
Professor


Member: NERC Sea Mammal Research Unit
Society of Marine Mammalogy
Society for Experimental Biology

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Research Overview:

Ecology, physiology and life history of marine mammals.


Interactions between the foraging behaviour and diving physiology: Interactions between foraging ecology and reproductive success; parental investment; interactions between marine mammals and the exploitation of marine resources; use of telemetry and remote sensing to study marine mammals at sea.

 

Recent publications


8  (of 8 published available) for maf3 with keyword Ecology clear keyword filter. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
Please click title of any item for full details.

2017 (6/12)
PLoS One
vol.12 
(Article)
Hooded seal Cystophora cristata foraging areas in the Northeast Atlantic Ocean— investigated using three complementary methods
Jade Vacquie-Garcia, Christian Lydersen, Martin Biuw, Tore Haug, Mike Fedak, Kit Kovacs 
2017 (21/2)

(Paper)
In-situ observations using tagged animals
Fabien Roquet, Lars Boehme, Marthan Bester, Horst Bornemann, Sophie Brasseur, Jean-Benoit Charrassin, Daniel Costa, Mike Fedak, Christophe Guinet, Ailsa Jane Hall, Robert Harcourt, Mark Hindell, Kit M. Kovacs, Mary-Anne Lea, Philip Lovell, Andrew Lowther, Christian Lydersen, Clive McMahon, Baptiste Picard, Gilles Reverdin, Cécile Vincent 
2017
Oceanography
vol.30 pp.139-139
(Article)
Ocean observations using tagged animals
Fabien Roquet, Lars Boehme, Barbara Block, Jean Benoit Charrasin, Daniel Costa, Christophe Guinet, Robert G. Harcourt, Mark A. Hindell, Luis A. Hückstädt, Clive R. McMahon, Bill Woodward, Mike Fedak 
2016 (1/11)
ICES Journal of Marine Science
vol.73 pp.2653-2665
(Article)
2015 (3)
Methods in Ecology and Evolution
vol.6 pp.278-288
(Article)
2015 (2/12)
Journal of Experimental Biology
vol.218 pp.3816-3824
(Article)
2014 (7)
Marine Mammal Science
vol.30 pp.923–938
(Article)
2013 (12)
Geophysical Research Letters
vol.40 pp.1-5
(Article)
Estimates of the Southern Ocean general circulation improved by animal-borne instruments
F Roquet, C Wunsch, G Forget, P Heimbach, C Guinet, G Reverdin, J-B Charrassin, F Bailleul, D P Costa, L A Huckstadt, K T Goetz, K M Kovacs, C Lydersen, M Biuw, O A Nøst, H Bornemann, J Ploetz, M N Bester, T McIntyre, M C Muelbert, M Hindell, C R McMahon, G Williams, R Harcourt, I Field, L Chafik, K W Nicholls, Lars Boehme, Mike Fedak 
Keywords: Southern Ocean, Animal-borne instruments, State estimation, Hydrography

Contact Details:

Prof Michael Fedak
Scottish Oceans Institute
East Sands
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 8LB
Fife
UK

tel: 01334 463218
fax: 01334 462632
room: SMRU room 2.11
email: maf3@st-andrews.ac.uk

Related:

research@st-andrews

Sea Mammal Research Unit
School of Biology
SMRU Instrumentation
Scottish Oceans Institute

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