- The 2nd World Seabird Twitter Conference built on its predecessor's strong start! Hundreds of people from around the globe presented research, started conversations, and made connections with other scientists. All in all, we reached over 2 million people on six continents! You can find all the presentations here.
Climate Change and Renewables
- Daniel Johnson - @TystieDan: The ecology of black guillemots in relation to marine protected areas and marine renewable developments
- — Daniel Johnston (@TystieDan)Wed, Apr 13 2016 10:15:13
- — Daniel Johnston (@TystieDan)Wed, Apr 13 2016 10:16:402 #WSTC2 Tidal turbines may shift currents used by BG’s to forage, influence demersal prey, and diving birds may interact with rotors
- — Daniel Johnston (@TystieDan)Wed, Apr 13 2016 10:20:39
- — Daniel Johnston (@TystieDan)Wed, Apr 13 2016 10:22:425 #WSTC2 Individualistic foraging behaviour exhibited by BGs and Cepphus sp. is of particular interest as an indicator of coping with change
- — Daniel Johnston (@TystieDan)Wed, Apr 13 2016 10:24:076 #WSTC2 In searching for study sites I found the effects of mink and otter predation had become an issue at sites previously predation free
- Chris Thaxter - @thaxalot: Tracking lesser blackbacked gulls from three colonies reveals seabird-wind farm interactions over different spatiotemporal scales
- — Chris Thaxter (@thaxalot)Wed, Apr 13 2016 10:30:11
- — Chris Thaxter (@thaxalot)Wed, Apr 13 2016 10:38:00
- Harriet Clark - @Harriet_Clark_: Can novel 3G-GPS tags reveal the foraging movements of an untracked gannet population with apparently nowhere to go?
- — Harriet Clark (@Harriet_Clark_)Wed, Apr 13 2016 10:56:02
- Helen Wade - @Helen_Wade_: Linking behaviour and habitat: predicting potential effects of tidal-stream renewable energy developments on seabirds
2nd World Seabird Twitter Conference
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