Paul Thompson
Paul Thompson
University of Aberdeen, Lighthouse Field Station
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Estimating size and assessing trends in a coastal bottlenose dolphin population
B Wilson, PS Hammond, PM Thompson
Ecological applications 9 (1), 288-300, 1999
Habitat use by bottlenose dolphins: seasonal distribution and stratified movement patterns in the Moray Firth, Scotland
B Wilson, PM Thompson, PS Hammond
Journal of Applied Ecology, 1365-1374, 1997
Phenological sensitivity to climate across taxa and trophic levels
SJ Thackeray, PA Henrys, D Hemming, JR Bell, MS Botham, S Burthe, ...
Nature 535 (7611), 241-245, 2016
Assessing underwater noise levels during pile-driving at an offshore windfarm and its potential effects on marine mammals
H Bailey, B Senior, D Simmons, J Rusin, G Picken, PM Thompson
Marine pollution bulletin 60 (6), 888-897, 2010
Molecular scatology: the use of molecular genetic analysis to assign species, sex and individual identity to seal faeces
JZ Reed, DJ Tollit, PM Thompson, W Amos
Molecular ecology 6 (3), 225-234, 1997
Quantifying the influence of sociality on population structure in bottlenose dolphins
D Lusseau, BEN Wilson, PS Hammond, K Grellier, JW Durban, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology, 14-24, 2006
Senescence rates are determined by ranking on the fast–slow life‐history continuum
OR Jones, JM Gaillard, S Tuljapurkar, JS Alho, KB Armitage, PH Becker, ...
Ecology letters 11 (7), 664-673, 2008
Lagged effects of ocean climate change on fulmar population dynamics
PM Thompson, JC Ollason
Nature 413 (6854), 417-420, 2001
Functional mechanisms underlying cetacean distribution patterns: hotspots for bottlenose dolphins are linked to foraging
GD Hastie, BEN Wilson, LJ Wilson, KM Parsons, PM Thompson
Marine Biology 144 (2), 397-403, 2004
Changes in surfacing patterns of bottlenose dolphins in response to boat traffic
VM Janik, PM Thompson
Marine mammal science 12 (4), 597-602, 1996
The 1988 and 2002 phocine distemper virus epidemics in European harbour seals
T Härkönen, R Dietz, P Reijnders, J Teilmann, K Harding, A Hall, ...
Diseases of aquatic organisms 68 (2), 115-130, 2006
Species and size differences in the digestion of otoliths and beaks: implications for estimates of pinniped diet composition
DJ Tollit, MJ Steward, PM Thompson, GJ Pierce, MB Santos, S Hughes
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 54 (1), 105-119, 1997
Combining power analysis and population viability analysis to compare traditional and precautionary approaches to conservation of coastal cetaceans
PM Thompson, B Wilson, K Grellier, PS Hammond
Conservation Biology 14 (5), 1253-1263, 2000
Evidence for infanticide in bottlenose dolphins: an explanation for violent interactions with harbour porpoises?
IAP Patterson, RJ Reid, B Wilson, K Grellier, HM Ross, PM Thompson
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1998
Seasonal and sex-related variation in the activity patterns of common seals (Phoca vitulina)
PM Thompson, MA Fedak, BJ McConnell, KS Nicholas
Journal of Applied Ecology, 521-535, 1989
Retrospective of the 1988 European seal epizootic
MP Heide-Jørgensen, T Harkonen, R Dietz, PM Thompson
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 13 (1), 37-62, 1992
Bottlenose dolphins increase breathing synchrony in response to boat traffic
GD Hastie, B Wilson, LH Tufft, PM Thompson
Marine Mammal Science 19 (1), 74-084, 2003
Considering the temporal when managing the spatial: a population range expansion impacts protected areas‐based management for bottlenose dolphins
B Wilson, RJ Reid, K Grellier, PM Thompson, PS Hammond
Animal conservation 7 (4), 331-338, 2004
Comparative distribution, movements and diet of harbour and grey seals from Moray Firth, NE Scotland
PM Thompson, BJ Mcconnell, DJ Tollit, A Mackay, C Hunter, PA Racey
Journal of Applied Ecology, 1572-1584, 1996
Summer foraging activity and movements of radio-tagged common seals (Phoca vitulina. L.) in the Moray Firth, Scotland
PM Thompson, D Miller
Journal of applied Ecology, 492-501, 1990
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