Tom J Evans
Tom J Evans
Marine Scotland Science, Marine Laboratory, Aberdeen
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TitleCited byYear
GPS tracking of the foraging movements of Manx Shearwaters Puffinus puffinus breeding on Skomer Island, Wales
TC Guilford, J Meade, R Freeman, D Biro, T Evans, F Bonadonna, ...
Ibis 150 (3), 462-473, 2008
1212008
Land or sea? Foraging area choice during breeding by an omnivorous gull
N Isaksson, TJ Evans, J Shamoun-Baranes, S Åkesson
Movement ecology 4 (1), 11, 2016
272016
Foraging behaviour of common murres in the Baltic Sea, recorded by simultaneous attachment of GPS and time-depth recorder devices
T Evans, M Kadin, O Olsson, S Åkesson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 475, 277-289, 2013
252013
Across landscapes and seascapes: The movement ecology of diving and flying guillemots and gulls during breeding
TJ Evans
Lund University, 2017
32017
Fish and seabird spatial distribution and abundance at the largest seabird colony in the Baltic Sea
J Hentati-Sundberg, T Evans, H Osterblom, J Hjelm, N Larson, V Bakken, ...
Marine Ornithology 46, 61-68, 2018
22018
Optic flow cues help explain altitude control over sea in freely flying gulls
JR Serres, TJ Evans, S Åkesson, O Duriez, J Shamoun-Baranes, F Ruffier, ...
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 16 (159), 20190486, 2019
2019
Foraging behaviour of Razorbills Alca torda during chick-rearing at the largest colony in the Baltic Sea
N Isaksson, TJ Evans, O Olsson, S Åkesson
Bird Study, 1-11, 2019
2019
Optic flow helps explain gulls' altitude control over seas
JR Serres, TJ Evans, S Akesson, O Duriez, JZ Shamoun-Baranes, ...
bioRxiv, 569194, 2019
2019
Optimal central place foraging flights in relation to wind
T Alerstam, J Bäckman, TJ Evans
Journal of Ornithology, 1-12, 2019
2019
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