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Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management
Boyd, I.L.; Wanless, S.; Camphuysen, C.J. (Ed.) (2006). Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. ISBN 0-521-61256-X. XIV, 378 pp.
Part of: Conservation Biology. Wiley: Boston, Mass.. ISSN 0888-8892, more
Peer reviewed article  

Available in  Authors 
    VLIZ: Aquatic Ecology ECO.74 [120996]

Keywords
    Ecosystem management; Marine environment; Predators; Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Boyd, I.L., editor, more
  • Wanless, S., editor, more
  • Camphuysen, C.J., editor, more

Content
  • Boyd, I.L. (2006). Preface, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. xiii-xiv, more
  • Boyd, I.L.; Wanless, S.; Camphuysen, C.J. (2006). Introduction, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 1-10, more
  • Trites, A.W.; Christensen, V.; Pauly, D. (2006). Effects of fisheries on ecosystems: just another top predator?, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 11-27, more
  • Trathan, P.N.; Murphy, E.J.; Forcada, J.; Croxall, J.P.; Reid, K.; Thorpe, S.E. (2006). Physical forcing in the southwest Atlantic: ecosystem control, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 28-45, more
  • Scott, B.E.; Sharples, J.; Wanless, S.; Ross, O.N.; Frederiksen, M.; Daunt, F. (2006). The use of biologically meaningful oceanographic indices to separate the effects of climate and fisheries on seabird breeding success, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 46-62, more
  • Bowen, W.D.; Beck, C.A.; Iverson, S.J.; Austin, D.; McMillan, J.I. (2006). Linking predator foraging behaviour and diet with variability in continental shelf ecosystems: grey seals of eastern Canada, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 63-81, more
  • Camphuysen, C.J.; Scott, B.E.; Wanless, S. (2006). Distribution and foraging interactions of seabirds and marine mammals in the North Sea: multi-species foraging assemblages and habitat-specific feeding strategies, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 82-97, more
  • Iverson, S.J.; Stirling, I.; Lang, S.L.C. (2006). Spatial and temporal variation in the diets of polar bears across the Canadian Arctic: indicators of changes in prey populations and environment, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 98-117, more
  • Montevecchi, W.A.; Garthe, S.; Davoren, G.K. (2006). Biophysical influences on seabird trophic assessments, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 118-130, more
  • Staniland, I.J.; Trathan, P.N.; Martin, A.R. (2006). Consequences of prey distribution for the foraging behaviour of top predators, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 131-142, more
  • Thompson, P.M. (2006). Identifying drivers of change: did fisheries play a role in the spread of North Atlantic fulmars?, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 143-156, more
  • Croxall, J.P. (2006). Monitoring predator-prey interactions using multiple predator species: the South Georgia experience, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 157-176, more
  • Daunt, F.; Wanless, S.; Peters, G.; Benvenuti, S.; Sharples, J.; Grémillet, D.; Scott, B. (2006). Impacts of oceanography on the foraging dynamics of seabirds in the North Sea, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 178-190, more
  • Enstipp, M.R.; Daunt, F.; Wanless, S.; Humphreys, E.M.; Hamer, K.C.; Benvenuti, S.; Grémillet, D. (2006). Foraging energetics of North Sea birds confronted with fluctuating prey availability, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 191-210, more
  • Furness, R.W. (2006). How many fish should we leave in the sea for seabirds and marine mammals?, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 211-222, more
  • Greenstreet, S.P.R. (2006). Does the prohibition of industrial fishing for sandeels have any impact on local gadoid populations?, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 223-235, more
  • Hamer, K.C.; Lewis, S.; Wanless, S.; Phillips, R.A.; Sherratt, T.N.; Humphreys, E.M.; Hennicke, J.; Garthe, S. (2006). Use of gannets to monitor prey availability in the northeast Atlantic Ocean: colony size, diet and foraging behaviour, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 236-248, more
  • Reid, K.; Murphy, E.J.; Croxall, J.P.; Trathan, P.N. (2006). Population dynamics of Antarctic krill Euphausia superba at South Georgia: sampling with predators provides new insights, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 249-261, more
  • Asseburg, C.; Harwood, J.; Matthiopoulos, J.; Smout, S. (2006). The functional response of generalist predators and its implications for the monitoring of marine ecosystems, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 262-274, more
  • Wolf, N.; Melbourne, J.; Mangel, M. (2006). The method of multiple hypotheses and the decline of Steller sea lions in western Alaska, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 275-293, more
  • Ollason, J.G.; Yearsley, J.M.; Liu, K.; Ren, N. (2006). Modelling the behaviour of individuals and groups of animals foraging in heterogeneous environments, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 294-309, more
  • Schweder, T. (2006). The scenario Barents Sea study: a case of minimal realistic modelling to compare management strategies for marine ecosystems, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 310-323, more
  • Constable, A.J. (2006). Setting management goals using information from predators, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 324-346, more
  • Hooker, S.K. (2006). Marine reserves and higher predators, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 347-360, more
  • Tasker, M.L. (2006). Marine management: can objectives be set for marine top predators?, in: Boyd, I.L. et al. (Ed.) Top predators in marine ecosystems: their role in monitoring and management. Conservation Biology, 12: pp. 361-369, more

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