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Institut für Meereskunde an der Universitaet Kiel, Germany
CEPE, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Strasbourg, France
National Institute of Polar Research, Tokyo, Japan
Phillip Island Nature Park, Cowes, Australia
Total Austral S.A., Argentina
University of Alaska, Fairbanks, USA
Laboratory of Plant Ecology, Haren, Netherlands
earth&OCEAN Technologies, Kiel, Germany
British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge UK
University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia
CEBC, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Villiers Bois, France
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Smithsonian Institution, Washington, USA
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Universita di Roma, Tor Vergata
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Falklands Cobservation, Falklands
University of Cape Town, South Africa

K. Kauffman, Connecticut, USA
Omaru Blue Penguin Colony, Omary, New Zealand
School of Biological Science, Belfast, N Ireland
Lund University, Sweden
University of Massachusetts, USA
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Walker Bay Nature Reserve, South Africa
University of Coimbra, Portugal
NOAA-Southwest Fisheries Center,La Jolla, USA
Old Burgh School, St Andrews, UK

Population dynamica, chick diet, and foraging behavior of the razorbill (alca torda) at Matinicus Rock, Maine.
A Thesis Presented by Katherine E. Kauffman. Submitted to the Graduate School of the University of Massachusetts Amherst in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science, September 2012

Behavioural and body mass changes before egg laying in the Barn Owl: cues for clutch size determination?
Joel M. Durant, Jean-Paul Gendner, Yves Handrich, April 2009
J Ornithol DOI 10.1007/s10336-009-0415-1

Forschungsverbund MINOS
plus- Weiterführende Arbeiten an Seevögeln und Meeressäugern zur Bewertung von Offshore - Windkraft. Teilvorhaben TP6 – “Seehunde in See” – Untersuchungen zur räumlichen und zeitlichen Nutzung der Nordsee durch Seehunde im Zusammenhang mit der Entwicklung von Offshore-Windenergieanlagen
D. Adelung und G. Müller unter Beteiligung von S. Tougaard und J. Tougaard, November 2007

Measuring the state of consciousness in a free-living diving sea turtle
Jonathan D.R. Houghton , Allen Cedras, Andrew E. Myers, Niko Liebsch, Julian D. Metcalfe, Jeanne A. Mortimer, Graeme C. Hays
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 356 (2008) 115–120, 2007

Entwicklung und Anwendung einer Methode zur Bestimmung von Beutezügen des Seehundes (
Phoca vitulina vitulina) anhand von Satellitensendern. Semesterarbeit.
Jendrik Schroeder, Kiel 2007

Movements, winter distribution and activity patterns of Falkland and brown skuas:
insights from loggers and isotopes
R.A Phillips, P. Catry,, J. R. D. Silk, S. Bearhop, R. McGill, V. Afanasyev1, I. J. Strange
Marine Ecology Progress Series, Vol. 345: 281–291, 2007

Experimental increase of flying costs in a pelagic seabird: effects on foraging strategies, nutritional state and chick condition
Navarro, Joan; González-Solís, Jacob
Oecologia, Volume 151, Number 1, February 2007 , pp. 150-160(11)

Rates of food consu,ption on free-living magellanic penguins sphensicus magellanicus
Rory P. Wilson, Sue Jackson, Marion Thorstarten
Marine Ornithology 35: 109–111 (2007)

David Gremillet, G. Kuntz, C. Gilbert, A. Woakes, P. Butler, Y. Le Maho (2005)
Cormorants dive through the Polar night
Biology letters1(4): 469-471

Manfred R. Enstipp, David Grémillet and Svein-Hĺkon Lorentsen
Energetic costs of diving and thermal status in European shags (Phalacrocorax aristotelis)
Journal of Experimental Biology 208, 3451-3461 (2005)
Published by The Company of Biologists 2005, doi: 10.1242/jeb.01791
Mouthing off about fish capture: Jaw movement in pinnipeds reveals the real secrets of ingestion
N. Liebsch, R.P. Wilson, H. Bornemann, D. Adelung, J. Plo tz
Available online 8 March 2007

Tauchverhalten, Wanderungen und Habitatnutzung von Grauwalen (Eschrichtius robustus) in der Lagune San Iganzio, Baja California Sur, Mexiko
Dissertation zur Erlangung des Doktorgrades der Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel.
Vorgelegt von Stefan Ludwig, Kiel 2005

The Journal of Experimental Biology 207, 1789-1796, Published by The Company of Biologists 2004, doi:10.1242/jeb.00967
Surface pauses in relation to dive duration in imperial cormorants; how much time for a breather?
Rory P. Wilson and Flavio Quintana

Vsevolod Afanasyev
A miniature daylight level and activity data recorder for tracking animals over long periods
Mem. Natl Inst. Polar Res., Spec. Issue, 58, 227–233, 2004
National Institute of Polar Research

David Grémillet, Grégoire Kuntz, Anthony J. Woakes, Caroline Gilbert.
Year-round recordings of behavioural and physiological parameters reveal the survival strategy of a poorly insulated diving endotherm during the Arctic winter
The Journal of Experimental Biology 208, 4231-4241 Published by The Company of Biologists 2005 doi:10.1242/jeb.01884

G.C. Hays, J.D. Metcalfe, A.W. Walne, R.P. Wilson
First records of flipper beat frequency during sea turtle diving
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 303 (2004) 243- 260

Spatial use of the Southern Ocean by juvenile southern elephant seals from Macquarie Island
Iain C. Field1, Mark A. Hindell, Corey J. A. Bradshaw and Harry R. Burton
Antarctic Wildlife Research Unit, School of Zoology, University of Tasmania

Diving behaviour of dugongs, Dugong dugon
B. Louise Chilvers, Steven Delean, Nicholas J. Gales, Dave K. Holley, Ivan R. Lawlera,Helene Marsha,d, Anthony R. Preen
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 304 (2004) 203– 224

AFMA Report Number R99/0497
Australian Government; Australian Fisheries Management Authority

Graeme C. Hays, Julian D. Metcalfe, Anthony W Walne
The implications of lung-regulated buoyancy control for dive depth and duration
Ecology, 85(4), 2004, pp. 1137-1145
2004 by the Ecological Society of America

Graeme C. Hays, Jonathan D. R. Houghton, Crafton Isaacs, Rebecca S. King, Carl lloayd, Ohil Lovell
First records of oceanic dive profiles for leatherback turtles, Dermochelys coriacea, indicate behavioural plasticity associated with long-distance migration
Animal Behaviour, 2004, 67, 733e743 doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2003.08.011 (

Journal of Animal Ecology
Dive and beak movement patterns in leatherback turtles Dermochelys coriacea during internesting intervals in French Guiana
Sabrina Fossette, Philippe Gaspar, Yves Handrich, Yvon Le Maho and Jean-Yves Georges

Long-Term Cold Acclimation Leads to High Q10 Effects on Oxygen Consumption of Loggerhead Sea Turtles caretta
Sandra Hochscheid, Flegra Bentivegna, and John R. Speakman
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, volume 77 (2004), pages 209–222
Journal of Wildlife Management, Article: pp. 255–262

Diving behaviour during the internesting interval for loggerhead turtles Caretta caretta nesting in Cyprus Jonathan D. R. Houghton, Annette C. Broderick, Brendan J. Godley, Julian D. Metcalfe, Graeme C. Hays

Diving behaviour of an immature Kemp's ridley turtle (Lepidochelys kempii) from Gullivan Bay, Ten Thousand Islands, south-west Florida
Christopher R. Sasso and Wayne N. Witzell
National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Science Center, 75 Virginia Beach Drive, Miami, FL 33149, USA
86: 919-925 Cambridge University Press
2006 Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

Rapid-response recorders reveal interplay between marine physics and seabird behaviour
F. Daunt, G. Peters, B. Scott, D. Grémillet, S. Wanless1
Vol. 255: 283–288, 2003


Ecological Archives M075-014-A2
Rory P. Wilson, J. Alejandro Scolaro, David Grémillet, Mandy A. M. Kierspel, Sonia Laurenti, Jorge Upton, Hector Gallelli, Flavio Quintana, Esteban Frere, Gabriele Müller, Marion Thor Straten, and Ilka Zimmer. 2005.
How do Magellanic Penguins cope with variability in their access to prey? Ecological Monographs 75:379–401.

Eichhorn G., Afanasyev V., Drent R.H. & van der Jeugd H.P. 2006.
Spring stopover routines in Russian Barnacle Geese Branta leucopsis
tracked by resightings and geolocation. Ardea 94(3): 667–678.

In-depth studies of Magellanic penguin (Spheniscus magellanicus) foraging: can we estimate prey consumption by perturbations in the dive profile?
Published online: 24 June 2003 Springer-Verlag 2003
A. SimeoneĆ R. P. Wilson
Marine Biology (2003) 143: 825–831, DOI 10.1007/s00227-003-1114-8

Dive behaviour, foraging locations, and maternalattendance patterns of Australian fur seals
(Arctocephalus pusillus doriferus)
John P.Y. Arnould and Mark A. Hindel
Can. J. Zool. 79: 35–48 (2001)

Diving behaviour, dive cycles and aerobic dive limit in the platypus Ornithorhynchus anatinus
Philip Bethge, Sarah Munks, Helen Otley, Stewart Nicol
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A 136 (2003) 799–809

Adrián Schiavini, Andrea Raya Rey
Long days, long trips: foraging ecology of female rockhopper penguins Eudyptes chrysocome chrysocome at Tierra del Fuego
Mar Ecol Prog Ser Vol. 275: 251–262, 2004 Published July 14

C. Hays, S. Ĺkesson, A. C. Broderick, F. Glen, B. J. Godley, P. Luschi, C. Martin, J. D. Metcalfe and F. Papi
The diving behaviour of green turtles undertaking oceanic migration to and from Acension Island: dive durations, dive profiles and depth distribution
The Journal of Experimental Biology 204, 4093–4098 (2001)

Corinne Sophie Martin
The Behaviour of Free-living Marine Turtles: Underwater Activities, Migrations & Seasonal Occurrences
Univ. of Wales in fulfilments of the requirements to the degree of the doctor of philosophy, 2003

The role of the bowhead whale as a predator in West Greenland
Kristin L. Laidre Mads Peter Heide-Jřrgensen and Torkel Gissel Nielsen

Samantha L. Petersen, Peter G. Ryan, David Gremillet
Is food availability limiting African Penguins Spheniscus demersus at Boulders? A comparison of foraging effort at mainland and island colonies
Ibis Volume 148 Page 14 - January 2006 doi:10.1111/j.1474-919X.2006.00459.x Volume 148 Issue 1

Rory P. Wilson, J. Alejandro Scolaro, David Grémillet, Mandy A. M. Kierspel, Sonia Laurenti, Jorge Upton, Hector Gallelli, Flavio Quintana, Esteban Frere, Gabriele Müller, Marion Thor Straten, and Ilka Zimmer
How do magellanic penguins cope with variability in their access to prey?
Ecological Monographs: Vol. 75, No. 3, pp. 379–401.

Deon C. Nel, Jeanne L. Nel, Peter G. Ryan, Norbert T.W. Klages,Rory P. Wilson, Graham Robertson
Foraging ecology of grey-headed mollymawks at Marion Island, southern Indian Ocean, in relation to longline shing activity

Experimental increase of flying costs in a pelagic seabird: effects on foraging strategies, nutritional state and chick condition
Navarro, Joan; González-Solís, Jacob
Oecologia, Volume 151, Number 1, February 2007 , pp. 150-160(11), Journal of Wildlife Management

R.A. Phillips, J.R.D.Silk, J.P.Croxall, V. Afanasyev, D.R.Briggs
Accuracy of geolocation estimates for flying seabirds
Marine Ecology Progress Series, Vol 266:265-272, 2004

Anna C. Bockelmann, Lan P. Bakker, Reimert Neuhaus, Jochim Lage
A comparison of measured and estimated inundation frequency in a salt marsh

J.-B. Charrassin, C.A.Bost, K.Pütz, J.Lage, T.Dahier, T.Zorn, Y. Le Maho
Foraging strategies of incubating and brooding king penguins
Oecologia (1998) 114:194-201

Gerrit Peters A new device for monitoring gastric pH in free ranging animals
American Physiological Society, 0193-1857/97

Wilson R, Culik B, Bannasch R, Lage J. (1994)
Monitoring Antarctic environmental variables using penguins.
Mar. Ecol. progress Ser. 106 199-202

Wilson R, Pütz K, Gremillet D, Culik B, Kierspel M, Regel J, Bost C, Lage J, Cooper J. (1995)
Reliability of stomach temperature changes in determining feeding characteristics of seabirds
J. Exp. Biol. 198:1115-1135

Wilson R, Pütz K, Charrassin J-B, Lage J, (1995)
Artifacts arising from sampling interval in dive depth studies of marine endotherms.
Polar Biol. 15: 575-578

Wilson R, Rees G, Lage J, Pütz K, Kierspel M, Cooper J, Bost C, Culik B. (1996)
Determination of animal position using changes in diel light intensity.
Proc. V European Conference on Wildlife Telemetry

Culik B, Pütz K, Wilson R, Allers D, Lage J, Bost C, Le Maho Y (1996)
Diving energetics in king penguins
J. exp. Biol. 199:973-983

Pütz K, Wilson R, Charrassin J-B, Raclot T, Lage J, Le Maho Y, Kierspel M, Cukik B, Adelung D. Foraging strategy of king penguins during summer at the Crozet Islands.

David Gremillet
Catch per unit effort, foraging efficiency, and paental investment in breeding great cormorants
ICES Journal of Marine Science, 54: 635-644 1997

David Gremillet, RickmerDey, Sarah Wanless, Mike Harris, Jana Regel.
Determining food intake by great cormorants and european shags with electronic balances
J. Field Ornithol 67(4):637-648 M

Richard D, Ancel A, Gendner J-P, Lage J, Le Maho Y, Zorn T, Gangloff L, Schierer A, Struyf K, Wey G.
Non-invasive bird tagging
Nature Vol 376 24. August 1995

Klemes Pütz, Chares Bost
Feeding behaviour of free-ranging king penguins
Ecology 75(2), 1994 489-497

Handrich Y, Bevan R, Charrassin J-B, Butle P, Pütz K, Woakes A, Lage J, Le Maho Y.
Hypothermia in foraging king penguins
Nature Vol 388 July 1997

Bost C, Gearges J, Guinet C, Cherel Y, Pütz K, Charrassin J-B, Handrich Y, Zorn T, Lage J, Le Maho Y.
Foraging habitat and food intake of satellite-tracked of satellie-tracked king king penguins during the austral summer at rozet Archipelago
Mare Ecol Prog Ser 150:21-33, 1997

Boris M. Culik, Rory P. Wilson, Rudolf Bannasch
Flipper-bands on penguins: what is the cost of a life-long commitment?
Marine Ecology Progress Series, Vol. 98: 209-214, 1993

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