Bethany L Clark
Bethany L Clark
BirdLife International
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Effects of age and reproductive status on individual foraging site fidelity in a long-lived marine predator
SC Votier, AL Fayet, S Bearhop, TW Bodey, BL Clark, J Grecian, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1859), 20171068, 2017
602017
Sex differences in migration and demography of a wide-ranging seabird, the northern gannet
Z Deakin, KC Hamer, RB Sherley, S Bearhop, TW Bodey, BL Clark, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 622, 191-201, 2019
72019
Bridging disciplines with training in remote sensing for animal movement: an attendee perspective
BL Clark, M Bevanda, E Aspillaga, NH Jørgensen
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 3 (1), 30-37, 2017
72017
Gannets are not attracted to fishing vessels in Iceland—potential influence of a discard ban and food availability
BL Clark, F Vigfúsdóttir, MJ Jessopp, JM Burgos, TW Bodey, SC Votier
ICES Journal of Marine Science 77 (2), 692-700, 2020
62020
Sexual segregation of gannet foraging over 11 years: movements vary but isotopic differences remain stable
BL Clark, SL Cox, KM Atkins, S Bearhop, AWJ Bicknell, TW Bodey, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 661, 1-16, 2021
22021
Virus prevalence and genetic diversity across a wild bumblebee community
DJ Pascall, MC Tinsley, BL Clark, DJ Obbard, L Wilfert
Frontiers in Microbiology 12, 650747, 2021
12021
Direct evidence of a prey depletion “halo” surrounding a pelagic predator colony
SB Weber, AJ Richardson, J Brown, M Bolton, BL Clark, BJ Godley, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (28), 2021
2021
First three-dimensional tracks for the Ascension Frigatebird Fregata aquila highlight the importance of altitude for behavioural studies
BL Clark, T Handby, E Leat, SB Weber
Seabird 32, 1-19, 2020
2020
BOU Annual Conference 2015: Avian Tracking and Remote Sensing
B Clark
Avian Biology Research 8 (4), 2015
2015
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