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Wakefield, E. , Furness, B., Lane, J., Jeglinski, J. and Pinder, S. (2019) Immature gannets follow adults in commuting flocks providing a potential mechanism for social learning. Journal of Avian Biology, (doi:10.1111/jav.02164) (Early Online Publication)

Carroll, M. J., Wakefield, E. D. , Scragg, E. S., Owen, E., Pinder, S., Bolton, M., Waggit, J. J. and Evans, P. G.H. (2019) Matches and mismatches between seabird distributions estimated from at-sea surveys and concurrent individual-level tracking. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 7, 333. (doi:10.3389/fevo.2019.00333)

Clark, T. J., Bonnet-Lebrun, A.-S., Campioni, L., Catry, P. and Wakefield, E. (2019) The depth of Sooty Shearwater Ardenna grisea burrows varies with habitat and increases with competition for space. IBIS, 161(1), pp. 192-197. (doi:10.1111/ibi.12631)

Clark, T. J., Matthiopoulos, J. , Bonnet-Lebrun, A.-S., Campioni, L., Catry, P., Marengo, I., Poncet, S. and Wakefield, E. (2019) Integrating habitat and partial survey data to estimate the regional population of a globally declining seabird species, the sooty shearwater. Global Ecology and Conservation, 17, e00554. (doi:10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00554)

Grecian, W. J. et al. (2019) Individual spatial consistency and dietary flexibility in the migratory behaviour of northern gannets wintering in the Northeast Atlantic. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 7, 214. (doi:10.3389/fevo.2019.00214)

Richardson, P. L., Wakefield, E. D. and Phillips, R. A. (2018) Flight speed and performance of the wandering albatross with respect to wind. Movement Ecology, 6, 3. (doi:10.1186/s40462-018-0121-9) (PMID:29556395)

Bennison, A., Bearhop, S., Bodey, T. W., Votier, S. C., Grecian, J., Wakefield, E. D. , Hamer, K. C. and Jessopp, M. (2018) Search and foraging behaviors from movement data: a comparison of methods. Ecology and Evolution, 8(1), pp. 13-24. (doi:10.1002/ece3.3593)

Wakefield, E. D. et al. (2017) Breeding density, fine-scale tracking and large-scale modeling reveal the regional distribution of four seabird species. Ecological Applications, 27(7), pp. 2074-2091. (doi:10.1002/eap.1591) (PMID:28653410)

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