Mark Mallory
Mark Mallory
Canada Research Chair, Biology, Acadia University
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Can local ecological knowledge contribute to wildlife management? Case studies of migratory birds
G Gilchrist, M Mallory, F Merkel
Ecology and Society 10 (1), 2005
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 (9), 1454-1469, 2017
Arctic seabirds transport marine-derived contaminants
JM Blais, LE Kimpe, D McMahon, BE Keatley, ML Mallory, MSV Douglas, ...
Science 309 (5733), 445-445, 2005
Multicolony tracking reveals the winter distribution of a pelagic seabird on an ocean basin scale
M Frederiksen, B Moe, F Daunt, RA Phillips, RT Barrett, MI Bogdanova, ...
Diversity and distributions 18 (6), 530-542, 2012
Garbage in guano? Microplastic debris found in faecal precursors of seabirds known to ingest plastics
JF Provencher, JC Vermaire, S Avery-Gomm, BM Braune, ML Mallory
Science of the Total Environment 644, 1477-1484, 2018
Current state of knowledge on biological effects from contaminants on arctic wildlife and fish
R Dietz, RJ Letcher, JP Desforges, I Eulaers, C Sonne, S Wilson, ...
Science of the Total Environment 696, 133792, 2019
Seabirds as indicators of aquatic ecosystem conditions: a case for gathering multiple proxies of seabird health
ML Mallory, SA Robinson, CE Hebert, MR Forbes
Marine Pollution Bulletin 60 (1), 7-12, 2010
Plastics and other anthropogenic debris in freshwater birds from Canada
ER Holland, ML Mallory, D Shutler
Science of the Total Environment 571, 251-258, 2016
Levels and trends of organochlorines and brominated flame retardants in Ivory Gull eggs from the Canadian Arctic, 1976 to 2004
BM Braune, ML Mallory, HG Gilchrist, RJ Letcher, KG Drouillard
Science of the Total Environment 378 (3), 403-417, 2007
Assessing plastic debris in aquatic food webs: what we know and don’t know about uptake and trophic transfer
JF Provencher, J Ammendolia, CM Rochman, ML Mallory
Environmental Reviews 27 (3), 304-317, 2019
Marine plastic debris in northern fulmars from the Canadian high Arctic
ML Mallory
Marine Pollution Bulletin 56 (8), 1501-1504, 2008
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
Local ecological knowledge of ivory gull declines in Arctic Canada
ML Mallory, HG Gilchrist, AJ Fontaine, JA Akearok
Arctic, 293-298, 2003
Changes in Canadian seabird populations and ecology since 1970 in relation to changes in oceanography and food webs
AJ Gaston, DF Bertram, AW Boyne, JW Chardine, G Davoren, ...
Environmental Reviews 17 (NA), 267-286, 2009
Changes in seasonal events, peak food availability, and consequent breeding adjustment in a marine bird: a case of progressive mismatching
AJ Gaston, HG Gilchrist, ML Mallory, PA Smith
The Condor 111 (1), 111-119, 2009
Ingested plastic in a diving seabird, the thick-billed murre (Uria lomvia), in the eastern Canadian Arctic
JF Provencher, AJ Gaston, ML Mallory, PD O’hara, HG Gilchrist
Marine Pollution Bulletin 60 (9), 1406-1411, 2010
Common Goldeneye: Bucephala clangula
JMA Eadie, ML Mallory, HG Lumsden
American Ornithologists' Union, 1995
Marine birds and plastic debris in Canada: a national synthesis and a way forward
JF Provencher, AL Bond, ML Mallory
Environmental Reviews 23 (1), 1-13, 2015
Seabird-driven shifts in Arctic pond ecosystems
N Michelutti, BE Keatley, S Brimble, JM Blais, H Liu, MSV Douglas, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1656), 591-596, 2009
Declines in abundance and distribution of the ivory gull (Pagophila eburnea) in Arctic Canada
HG Gilchrist, ML Mallory
Biological Conservation 121 (2), 303-309, 2005
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