Paul Thompson
Paul Thompson
University of Aberdeen, Lighthouse Field Station
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TitleCited byYear
Estimating size and assessing trends in a coastal bottlenose dolphin population
B Wilson, PS Hammond, PM Thompson
Ecological applications 9 (1), 288-300, 1999
Habitat use by bottlenose dolphins: seasonal distribution and stratified movement patterns in the Moray Firth, Scotland
B Wilson, PM Thompson, PS Hammond
Journal of Applied Ecology, 1365-1374, 1997
Molecular scatology: the use of molecular genetic analysis to assign species, sex and individual identity to seal faeces
JZ Reed, DJ Tollit, PM Thompson, W Amos
Molecular ecology 6 (3), 225-234, 1997
Assessing underwater noise levels during pile-driving at an offshore windfarm and its potential effects on marine mammals
H Bailey, B Senior, D Simmons, J Rusin, G Picken, PM Thompson
Marine pollution bulletin 60 (6), 888-897, 2010
Quantifying the influence of sociality on population structure in bottlenose dolphins
D Lusseau, BEN Wilson, PS Hammond, K Grellier, JW Durban, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 75 (1), 14-24, 2006
Lagged effects of ocean climate change on fulmar population dynamics
PM Thompson, JC Ollason
Nature 413 (6854), 417, 2001
Senescence rates are determined by ranking on the fast–slow life‐history continuum
OR Jones, JM Gaillard, S Tuljapurkar, JS Alho, KB Armitage, PH Becker, ...
Ecology Letters 11 (7), 664-673, 2008
Phenological sensitivity to climate across taxa and trophic levels
SJ Thackeray, PA Henrys, D Hemming, JR Bell, MS Botham, S Burthe, ...
Nature 535 (7611), 241, 2016
Functional mechanisms underlying cetacean distribution patterns: hotspots for bottlenose dolphins are linked to foraging
GD Hastie, BEN Wilson, LJ Wilson, KM Parsons, PM Thompson
Marine Biology 144 (2), 397-403, 2004
Species and size differences in the digestion of otoliths and beaks: implications for estimates of pinniped diet composition
DJ Tollit, MJ Steward, PM Thompson, GJ Pierce, MB Santos, S Hughes
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 54 (1), 105-119, 1997
Changes in surfacing patterns of bottlenose dolphins in response to boat traffic
VM Janik, PM Thompson
Marine mammal science 12 (4), 597-602, 1996
The 1988 and 2002 phocine distemper virus epidemics in European harbour seals
T Härkönen, R Dietz, P Reijnders, J Teilmann, K Harding, A Hall, ...
Diseases of aquatic organisms 68 (2), 115-130, 2006
Combining power analysis and population viability analysis to compare traditional and precautionary approaches to conservation of coastal cetaceans
PM Thompson, B Wilson, K Grellier, PS Hammond
Conservation Biology 14 (5), 1253-1263, 2000
Seasonal and sex-related variation in the activity patterns of common seals (Phoca vitulina)
PM Thompson, MA Fedak, BJ McConnell, KS Nicholas
Journal of Applied Ecology, 521-535, 1989
Retrospective of the 1988 European seal epizootic
MP Heide-Jørgensen, T Harkonen, R Dietz, PM Thompson
Diseases of aquatic organisms 13 (1), 37-62, 1992
Evidence for infanticide in bottlenose dolphins: an explanation for violent interactions with harbour porpoises?
IAP Patterson, RJ Reid, B Wilson, K Grellier, HM Ross, PM Thompson
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1998
Bottlenose dolphins increase breathing synchrony in response to boat traffic
GD Hastie, B Wilson, LH Tufft, PM Thompson
Marine Mammal Science 19 (1), 74-084, 2003
Comparative distribution, movements and diet of harbour and grey seals from the Moray Firth, NE
PM Thompson, BJ McConnell, DJ Tollit, A Mackay, C Hunter, PA Racey
Journal 0fApplied Ecology 33, 1572-1584, 1996
Summer foraging activity and movements of radio-tagged common seals (Phoca vitulina. L.) in the Moray Firth, Scotland
PM Thompson, D Miller
Journal of applied Ecology, 492-501, 1990
Considering the temporal when managing the spatial: a population range expansion impacts protected areas-based management for bottlenose dolphins
B Wilson, RJ Reid, K Grellier, PM Thompson, PS Hammond
Animal Conservation forum 7 (4), 331-338, 2004
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