Ellie Owen
Ellie Owen
Conservation Scientist, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, UK
Verified email at rspb.org.uk
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Breeding density, fine‐scale tracking, and large‐scale modeling reveal the regional distribution of four seabird species
ED Wakefield, E Owen, J Baer, MJ Carroll, F Daunt, SG Dodd, JA Green, ...
Ecological Applications 27 (7), 2074-2091, 2017
Spatial scales of marine conservation management for breeding seabirds
S Oppel, M Bolton, APB Carneiro, MP Dias, JA Green, JF Masello, ...
Marine Policy 98, 37-46, 2018
The use of an unsupervised learning approach for characterizing latent behaviors in accelerometer data
M Chimienti, T Cornulier, E Owen, M Bolton, IM Davies, JMJ Travis, ...
Ecology and evolution 6 (3), 727-741, 2016
Renewable energy developments in an uncertain world: The case of offshore wind and birds in the UK
EA Masden, A McCluskie, E Owen, RHW Langston
Marine Policy 51, 169-172, 2015
Predicting animal behaviour using deep learning: GPS data alone accurately predict diving in seabirds
E Browning, M Bolton, E Owen, A Shoji, T Guilford, R Freeman
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (3), 681-692, 2018
Defining marine important bird areas: Testing the foraging radius approach
LM Soanes, JA Bright, LP Angel, JPY Arnould, M Bolton, M Berlincourt, ...
Biological conservation 196, 69-79, 2016
Effects of sea temperature and stratification changes on seabird breeding success
MJ Carroll, A Butler, E Owen, SR Ewing, T Cole, JA Green, LM Soanes, ...
Climate Research 66 (1), 75-89, 2015
Analysis of fatty acids and fatty alcohols reveals seasonal and sex-specific changes in the diets of seabirds
E Owen, F Daunt, C Moffat, DA Elston, S Wanless, P Thompson
Marine biology 160 (4), 987-999, 2013
Taking movement data to new depths: Inferring prey availability and patch profitability from seabird foraging behavior
M Chimienti, T Cornulier, E Owen, M Bolton, IM Davies, JMJ Travis, ...
Ecology and evolution 7 (23), 10252-10265, 2017
Social foraging European shags: GPS tracking reveals birds from neighbouring colonies have shared foraging grounds
JC Evans, SRX Dall, M Bolton, E Owen, SC Votier
Journal of Ornithology 157 (1), 23-32, 2016
Kittiwake breeding success in the southern North Sea correlates with prior sandeel fishing mortality
MJ Carroll, M Bolton, E Owen, GQA Anderson, EK Mackley, EK Dunn, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 27 (6), 1164-1175, 2017
Flexible foraging strategies in a diving seabird with high flight cost
A Shoji, E Owen, M Bolton, B Dean, H Kirk, A Fayet, D Boyle, R Freeman, ...
Marine Biology 161 (9), 2121-2129, 2014
Sampling avian adipose tissue: assessing a nondestructive biopsy technique
E Owen, F Daunt, S Wanless
Journal of Field Ornithology 81 (1), 92-98, 2010
Identifying important at-sea areas for seabirds using species distribution models and hotspot mapping
IR Cleasby, E Owen, L Wilson, ED Wakefield, P O'Connell, M Bolton
Biological Conservation 241, 108375, 2020
Environmental heterogeneity decreases reproductive success via effects on foraging behaviour
AM Trevail, JA Green, J Sharples, JA Polton, PI Miller, F Daunt, E Owen, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1904), 20190795, 2019
Foraging flexibility and search patterns are unlinked during breeding in a free-ranging seabird
A Shoji, S Aris-Brosou, E Owen, M Bolton, D Boyle, A Fayet, B Dean, ...
Marine biology 163 (4), 72, 2016
Liquid crystal convection: a novel accelerometer
DE Fitzjarrald, EW Owen
Journal of Physics E: Scientific Instruments 12 (11), 1075, 1979
Matches and mismatches between seabird distributions estimated from at-sea surveys and concurrent individual-level tracking
MJ Carroll, ED Wakefield, ES Scragg, E Owen, S Pinder, M Bolton, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 333, 2019
Black guillemot (Cepphus grylle) tracking in Orkney, 2013 and 2014
E Owen
Scottish Natural Heritage, 2015
What can seabirds tell us about the tide?
M Cooper, C Bishop, M Lewis, D Bowers, M Bolton, E Owen, S Dodd
Ocean Science 14 (6), 1483-1490, 2018
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