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Dr Simon Northridge

Dr Simon Northridge
Senior Lecturer


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Research Overview:

My work is focused on practical aspects of conservation, including quantifying the impacts of human activities on wildlife and examining the best ways to minimise such impacts.  I work mainly with fisheries and aquaculture, quantifying bycatch levels of non-target species, and especially those whose populations are most vulnerable to additional mortality.  I am interested in understanding how and why such interactions occur and in testing ways that may be useful in minimising any damage caused while maintaining economically important activities. Competitve interactions between fisheries and marine mammals provide the basis for my interest in the feeding ecology and behaviour of marine mammals, and especially how this relates to fishing activity.  Work within my research group also uses passive acoustic techniques to study the behaviour of echolocating animals, especially in areas close to fisheries, aquaculture or renewable energy sites where they may be vulnerable.

 

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Harbor porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) reactions to pingers Lotte Kindt-Larsen, Casper Willestofte Berg, Simon Northridge, Finn Larsen
Marine Mammal Science 2019 vol. 35 pp. 552-573
Using mobile phone technology to capture small-scale fisheries data – is this the future? Hannah Ladd-Jones, Mark Andrew James, Tania Mendo, Paddy McCann, Simon Northridge
2018
Disentangling the causes of protected-species bycatch in gillnet fisheries Simon Northridge, Alexander James Coram, Al Kingston, Rory Crawford
Conservation Biology 2017 vol. 31 pp. 686-695
Passive acoustic methods for fine-scale tracking of harbour porpoises in tidal rapids Jamie Donald John MacAulay, Jonathan Charles David Gordon, Douglas Michael Gillespie, Chloe Elizabeth Malinka, Simon Northridge
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 2017 vol. 141 pp. 1120-1132
Seals and Wild Salmon Fisheries: Interim Report Rob Harris, Simon Northridge
2017
Identification of high-risk areas for harbour porpoise Phocoena phocoena bycatch using remote electronic monitoring and satellite telemetry data Lotte Kindt-Larsen, Casper Willestofte Berg, Jakob Tougaard, Thomas Kirk Sørensen, Kerstin Geitner, Simon Northridge, Signe Sveegaard, Signe Sveegaard, Finn Larsen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 2016 vol. 555 pp. 261-271
Plugging the Gaps - Improving Our Knowledge of How Predators Impact Salmon Farms Alexander James Coram, Michael Mazilu, Simon Northridge
2016
Seals and Wild Salmon Fisheries Rob Harris, Simon Northridge
2016
Do metier and vessel size influence accident and fatality rates? Simon Northridge, Simon Tero, Sophie Smout
2015
Evaluation of a Drifting Porpoise Localising Array Buoy: A novel configuration for tracking porpoises in tidal rapids using passive acoustics. Chloe Elizabeth Malinka, Jamie Donald John MacAulay, Jonathan Charles David Gordon, Simon Northridge
2015
Marine Mammal Non-Lethal Deterrents Kristy Long, Monica DeAngelis, Laura Engleby, Deborah Fauquier, Amanda Johnson, Simon Northridge, Scott Kraus
2015 vol. NMFS-OPR-50
Mitigating bycatch and depredation of marine mammals in longline fisheries T.B. Werner, Simon Northridge, K.M. Press, N. Young
ICES Journal of Marine Science 2015 vol. 72 pp. 1576-1586
Seals and Wild Salmon Fisheries Rob Harris, Simon Northridge
2015
Studies for carrying out the common fisheries policy Alexei Birkun, Simon Northridge, Ed Willsteed, Frances James, Charles Kilgour, Martin Lander, Gavin Fitzgerald
2015

Contact Details:

Dr Simon Northridge
Bute Building
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 9TS
Fife
UK

tel: 01334 462654
fax: 01334 462632
room: A6
email: spn1@st-andrews.ac.uk

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