- Professor Peter Higgs, CH FRS FRSE
when asked to provide a list of recent academic publications
- Williams, H. J.†, Taylor, L. A.†, Benhamou, S.*, Bijleveld, A. I.*, Clay, T. A.*, de Grissac, S.*, Demšar, U.*, English, H.*, Franconi, N.*, Gómez-Laich, A.*, Griffiths, R. C.*, Kay, W. P.*, Morales, J. M.*, Potts, J. R.*, Rogerson, K. F.*, Rutz, C.*, Spelt, A.*, Trevail, A. M.*, Wilson, R. P.*, Börger, L. (2019) Optimising the use of bio-loggers for movement ecology research, Journal of Animal Ecology, DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.13094
- Kay, W. P.†, Naumann, D. S.†, Bowen, H. J., Withers, S., Evans, B. J., Wilson, R. P., Stringell, T. B., Bull, J. C., Hopkins, P. W., Börger, L. (2019) Minimizing the impact of biologging devices: Using computational fluid dynamics for designing and positioning tags for minimal drag. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 10(8).
• Nominated for the Methods in Ecology and Evolution (MEE) Robert May early career researcher award
- Kay, W. P. (2017) Ethical challenges in the age of bio-logging: guilty until proven innocent. Swansea University Research Institute of Ethics and Law (RIEL)
- Wilson, R. P., Liebsch, N., Gómez-Laich, A., Kay, W. P., Bone, A., Hobson, V. J., Siebert, U. (2015) Options for modulating intra-specific competition in colonial pinnipeds: the case of harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) in the Wadden Sea. PeerJ, 3, p.e957.
† Authors contributed equally to the work.
* Authors listed alphabetically
Contributed as Field Assistant:
Contributed written content:
- Sala, J. E., Pisoni, J. P., Quintana, F. (2017) Three-dimensional temperature fields of the North Patagonian Sea recorded by Magellanic penguins as biological sampling platforms, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 189, 203-215.
- Gómez‑Laich, A., Yoda, K., Zavalaga, C., Quintana, F. (2015) Selfies of Imperial Cormorants (Phalacrocorax atriceps): What Is Happening Underwater? PloS one, 10(9), e0136980.
- Gómez‑Laich, A., Wilson, R. P., Sala, J. E., Luzenti, A., Quintana, F. (2015) Moving northward: comparison of the foraging effort of Magellanic penguins from three colonies of northern Patagonia, Marine Biology, 162:1451–1461.
- Wilson, R. P., Sala, J.E., Gómez‑Laich, A., Ciancio, J., Quintana, F. (2015) Pushed to the limit: food abundance determines tag-induced harm in penguins. Animal Welfare, 24: 37-44.
- JNCC (2014) Seabird Population Trends and Causes of Change: 1986-2013 Report (http://www.jncc.defra.gov.uk/seabirds2013). Joint Nature Conservation Committee. Updated August 2014. Accessed 06 September 2014.
- Dunn, R. (2013) Mingulay Seabird & Cetacean Monitoring Report 2013 No. 001. The National Trust for Scotland. Updated September 2013. Accessed 01 December 2013.
Contributed written content:
- WMMC Workshop Report (in prep)
- Collision Risk Review (in prep)
- Walker, R. J., Hall, K., Morris, C., Stringell, T and Taylor, N. (Eds.) 2019. Marine Renewable Energy: Current Research and Evidence Gaps on Impacts on Marine Mammals. Proceedings from the European Cetacean Society Conference 2018 Workshop, La Spezia, Italy.
- BES Policy Guide 4 - How to increase your policy impact as a research scientist, 2018
- The Royal Society and British Academy (2017) Data management and use: Governance in the 21st century, June 2017.
- The Royal Society (2017) Machine learning: the power and promise of computers that learn by example, April 2017.