Alexander L. Bond
Alexander L. Bond
Senior Curator in Charge of Birds, Natural History Museum / IMAS, University of Tasmania
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Recent Bayesian stable-isotope mixing models are highly sensitive to variation in discrimination factors
AL Bond, AW Diamond
Ecological Applications 21 (4), 1017-1023, 2011
Exceptional and rapid accumulation of anthropogenic debris on one of the world’s most remote and pristine islands
JL Lavers, AL Bond
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (23), 6052-6055, 2017
Plastic ingestion by Flesh-footed Shearwaters (Puffinus carneipes): Implications for fledgling body condition and the accumulation of plastic-derived chemicals
JL Lavers, AL Bond, I Hutton
Environmental Pollution 187, 124-129, 2014
Quantifying ingested debris in marine megafauna: a review and recommendations for standardization
JF Provencher, AL Bond, S Avery-Gomm, SB Borrelle, ELB Rebolledo, ...
Analytical Methods 9, 1454-1469, 2017
A practical introduction to stable-isotope analysis for seabird biologists: approaches, cautions and caveats
AL Bond, IL Jones
Marine Ornithology 37, 183-188, 2009
Reporting stable-isotope ratios in ecology: recommended terminology, guidelines and best practices
AL Bond, KA Hobson
Waterbirds 35 (2), 324-331, 2012
Total and methyl mercury concentrations in seabird feathers and eggs
AL Bond, AW Diamond
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 56 (2), 286-291, 2009
Prevalence of marine debris in marine birds from the North Atlantic
JF Provencher, AL Bond, A Hedd, WA Montevecchi, SB Muzaffar, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 84 (1-2), 411-417, 2014
Opinion: Why we need an international agreement on marine plastic pollution
SB Borrelle, CM Rochman, M Liboiron, AL Bond, A Lusher, H Bradshaw, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (38), 9994-9997, 2017
Rapidly increasing methyl mercury in endangered ivory gull (Pagophila eburnea) feathers over a 130 year record
AL Bond, KA Hobson, BA Branfireun
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 282, 20150032, 2015
Mercury concentrations in seabird tissues from Machias Seal Island, New Brunswick, Canada
AL Bond, AW Diamond
Science of the Total Environment 407 (14), 4340-4347, 2009
Marine birds and plastic debris in Canada: a national synthesis, and a way forward
JF Provencher, AL Bond, ML Mallory
Environmental Reviews 23, 1-13, 2015
Marine foraging birds as bioindicators of mercury in the Gulf of Maine
MW Goodale, DC Evers, SE Mierzykowski, AL Bond, NM Burgess, ...
EcoHealth 5 (4), 409-425, 2008
Plastic ingestion by fulmars and shearwaters at Sable Island, Nova Scotia, Canada
AL Bond, JF Provencher, PY Daoust, ZN Lucas
Marine Pollution Bulletin 87 (1), 68-75, 2014
Mercury trends in herring gull (Larus argentatus) eggs from Atlantic Canada, 1972–2008: Temporal change or dietary shift?
NM Burgess, AL Bond, CE Hebert, E Neugebauer, L Champoux
Environmental Pollution 172, 216-222, 2013
The state of the UK’s birds 2015
DB Hayhow, AL Bond, MA Eaton, PV Grice, C Hall, J Hall, SJ Harris, ...
Sandy: RSPB, BTO, WWT, JNCC, NE, NIEA, NRW and SNH, 2015
Trace element concentrations in feathers of Flesh-footed Shearwaters (Puffinus carneipes) from across their breeding range
AL Bond, JL Lavers
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 61 (2), 318-326, 2011
Ingestion of plastic marine debris by Common and Thick-billed Murres in the northwestern Atlantic from 1985 to 2012
AL Bond, JF Provencher, RD Elliot, PC Ryan, S Rowe, IL Jones, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 77 (1), 192-195, 2013
Ingested plastic as a route for trace metals in Laysan Albatross (Phoebastria immutabilis) and Bonin Petrel (Pterodroma hypoleuca) from Midway Atoll
JL Lavers, AL Bond
Marine Pollution Bulletin 110 (1), 493-500, 2016
Prevalence and composition of fishing gear debris in the nests of northern gannets (Morus bassanus) are related to fishing effort
AL Bond, WA Montevecchi, N Guse, PM Regular, S Garthe, JF Rail
Marine Pollution Bulletin 64 (5), 907-911, 2012
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