Dr James Grecian
James is a Research Fellow at the University of St Andrews’ Sea Mammal Research Unit. His research focuses on understanding how seals and other top marine predators interact with their environment, particularly the effect that human impacts such as climate change are having on foraging behaviour and migration. James uses a combination of tools including bio-logging, stable isotope analysis and quantitative modelling to answer these questions.
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Important at-sea areas of colonial breeding marine predators on the southern Patagonian Shelf Alastair M. M. Baylis, Megan Tierney, Rachael A. Orben, Victoria Warwick-Evans, James Grecian, Phil Trathan, Ryan Reisinger, Norman Ratcliffe, John Croxall, Letizia Campioni, Paulo Catry, Sarah Crofts, P. Dee Boersma, Filippo Galimberti, Jose Granadeiro, Jonathan Handley, Sean Hayes, April Hedd, Juan F. Masello, William A. Montevecchi, Klemens Pütz, Petra Quillfeldt, Ginger A. Rebstock, Simona Sanvito, Iain J. Staniland, Paul BrickleScientific Reports
Seabird diversity hotspot linked to ocean productivity in the Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem James Grecian, Matthew J. Witt, Martin J. Attrill, Stuart Bearhop, Peter H. Becker, Carsten Egevang, Robert W. Furness, Brendan J. Godley, Jacob González-Solís, David Grémillet, Matthias Kopp, Amélie Lescroël, Jason Matthiopoulos, Samantha C. Patrick, Hans-Ulrich Peter, Richard A. Phillips, Iain J. Stenhouse, Stephen C. VoltierBiology Letters