• High inter‐ and intraspecific niche overlap among three sympatrically breeding, closely related seabird species: Generalist foraging as an adaptation to a highly variable environment? 

      Denhard, Nina; Achurch, Helen; Clarke, Judy; Michel, Loïc N.; Southwell, Colin; Sumner, Michael D.; Eens, Marcel; Emmerson, Louise (Peer reviewed, 2019)
      1. Ecological niche theory predicts sympatric species to show segregation in their spatio‐temporal habitat utilization or diet as a strategy to avoid competition. Similarly, within species individuals may specialize on ...
    • How many routes lead to migration? Comparison of methods to assess and characterize migratory movements 

      Cagnacci, Francesca; Focardi, Stefano; Ghisla, Anne; Van Moorter, Bram; Merril, Evelyn H.; Gurarie, Eliezer; Heurich, Marco; Mysterud, Atle; Linnell, John Durrus; Panzacchi, Manuela; May, Roelof Frans; Nygård, Torgeir; Rolandsen, Christer Moe; Hebblewhite, Mark (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Summary 1. Decreasing rate of migration in several species as a consequence of climate change and anthropic pressure, together with increasing evidence of space-use strategies intermediate between residency and complete ...
    • Sociodemographic factors modulate the spatial response of brown bears to vacancies created by hunting 

      Frank, Shane C.; Leclerc, Martin; Pelletier, Fanie; Rosell, Frank Narve; Swenson, Jon; Bischof, Richard; Kindberg, Jonas; Eiken, Hans Geir; Hagen, Snorre; Zedrosser, Andreas (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      1. There is a growing recognition of the importance of indirect effects from hunting on wildlife populations, e.g., social and behavioral changes due to harvest, which occur after the initial offtake. Nonetheless, little ...
    • Spatial variation in the relationship between performance and metabolic rate in wild juvenile Atlantic salmon 

      Robertsen, Grethe; Armstrong, JD; Nislow, KH; Herfindal, Ivar; Mckelvey, S; Einum, Sigurd (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
    • Species interactions, environmental gradients and body size shape population niche width 

      Eloranta, Antti; Finstad, Anders Gravbrøt; Sandlund, Odd Terje; Knudsen, Rune; Kuparinen, Anna; Amundsen, Per-Arne (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      1. Competition for shared resources is commonly assumed to restrict population-level niche width of coexisting species. However, the identity and abundance of coexisting species, the prevailing environmental conditions, ...
    • The role of a dominant predator in shapingbiodiversity over space and time in a marineecosystem 

      Ellingsen, Kari Elsa; Anderson, Marti J.; Shackell, Nancy L.; Tveraa, Torkild; Yoccoz, Nigel Gilles; Frank, Kenneth T. (Peer reviewed, 2015)
      1. Exploitation of living marine resources has resulted in major changes to populations of targeted species and functional groups of large-bodied species in the ocean. However, the effects of overfishing and collapse of ...
    • Variation and correlation in the timing of breeding of North Atlantic seabirds across multiple scales 

      Keogan, Katharine; Daunt, Francis; Wanless, Sarah; Phillips, Richard A.; Alvarez, David; Anker-Nilssen, Tycho; Barrett, Robert; Bech, Claus; Becker, Peter H.; Berglund, Per-Arvid; Bouwhuis, Sandra; Burr, Zofia M.; Chastel, Olivier; Christensen-Dalsgaard, S*; Christensen-Dalsgaard, Signe; Descamps, Sebastien; Diamond, Tony; Elliott, Kyle; Erikstad, Kjell E.; Harris, Mike; Hentati-Sundberg, Jonas; Heubeck, Martin; Kress, Stephen W.; Langset, Magdalene; Lorentsen, Svein-Håkon; Major, Heather L.; Mallory, Mark; Mellor, Mick; Miles, Will T.S.; Moe, Børge; Mostello, Carolyn; Newell, Mark; Nisbet, Ian; Reiertsen, Tone Kristin; Rock, Jennifer; Shannon, Paula; Varpe, Øystein; Lewis, Sue; Phillimore, Albert B. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      1. Timing of breeding, an important driver of fitness in many populations, is widely studied in the context of global change, yet despite considerable efforts to identify environmental drivers of seabird nesting phenology, ...
    • Wind turbines cause functional habitat loss for migratory soaring birds 

      Marques, Ana T.; Santos, Carlos D.; Hanssen, Frank Ole; Muñoz, Antonio-Román; Onrubia, Alejandro; Wikelski, Martin; Moreira, Francisco; Palmeirim, Jorge Manuel; Silva, João P. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      1 . Wind energy production has expanded to meet climate change mitigation goals, but negative impacts of wind turbines have been reported on wildlife. Soaring birds are among the most affected groups with alarming fatality ...