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Dr James Grecian

Dr James Grecian
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Research Overview:

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 Brickle
Scientific Reports 2019 vol.9
Individual spatial consistency and dietary flexibility in the migratory behavior of northern gannets wintering in the Northeast Atlantic James Grecian, Hannah J. Williams, Stephen C. Votier, Stuart Bearhop, Ian R. Cleasby, David Grémillet, Keith C. Hamer, Mélanie Le Nuz, Amélie Lescroël, Jason Newton, Samantha C. Patrick, Richard A. Phillips, Thomas W. Bodey
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 2019 vol.7
Search and foraging behaviors from movement data Ashley Bennison, Stuart Bearhop, Thomas W. Bodey, Stephen C. Votier, James Grecian, Keith C. Hamer, Mark Jessopp
Ecology and Evolution 2018 vol.8 pp.13-24
Understanding the ontogeny of foraging behaviour James Grecian, Jude Lane, Théo Michelot, Helen M. Wade, Keith C. Hamer
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 2018 vol.15
Too close and too far Roan D. Plotz, James Grecian, Graham I. H. Kerley, Wayne L. Linklater
African Journal of Wildlife Research 2017 vol.47 pp.47-58
Contrasting migratory responses of two closely-related seabirds to long-term climate change James Grecian, Graeme A. Taylor, Graeme Loh, Rona A. R. McGill, Colin M. Miskelly, Richard A. Phillips, David R. Thompson, Robert W. Furness
Marine Ecology Progress Series 2016 vol.559 pp.231-242
GPS tracking reveals rafting behaviour of Northern Gannets (Morus bassanus) Matthew Ian Daniel Carter, Samantha L. Cox, Kylie L. Scales, Anthony W. J. Bicknell, Matthew D. Nicholson, Kelly M. Atkins, Greg Morgan, Lisa Morgan, James Grecian, Samantha C. Patrick, Stephen C. Votier
Bird Study 2016 vol.63 pp.83-95
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. Voltier
Biology Letters 2016 vol.12
Quantifying variation in δ13C and δ15N isotopes within and between feathers and individuals James Grecian, Rona A. R. McGill, Richard A. Phillips, Peter G. Ryan, Robert W. Furness
Marine Biology 2015 vol.162 pp.733-741

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Dr James Grecian
Scottish Oceans Institute
East Sands
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 8LB
Fife
UK

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