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Individual specialization in diet by a generalist marine predator reflects specialization in foraging behaviour
KJ Woo, KH Elliott, M Davidson, AJ Gaston, GK Davoren
Journal of Animal Ecology 77 (6), 1082-1091, 2008
3572008
High flight costs, but low dive costs, in auks support the biomechanical hypothesis for flightlessness in penguins
KH Elliott, RE Ricklefs, AJ Gaston, SA Hatch, JR Speakman, GK Davoren
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (23), 9380-9384, 2013
2092013
Tracking marine pollution
JE Elliott, KH Elliott
science 340 (6132), 556-558, 2013
1982013
Central-place foraging in an Arctic seabird provides evidence for Storer-Ashmole's halo
KH Elliott, KJ Woo, AJ Gaston, S Benvenuti, L Dall'Antonia, GK Davoren
The Auk 126 (3), 613-625, 2009
1972009
Seabird species vary in behavioural response to drone census
É Brisson-Curadeau, D Bird, C Burke, DA Fifield, P Pace, RB Sherley, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 17884, 2017
1502017
Seabird foraging behaviour indicates prey type
KH Elliott, K Woo, AJ Gaston, S Benvenuti, L Dall’Antonia, GK Davoren
Marine Ecology Progress Series 354, 289-303, 2008
1472008
Accelerometry predicts daily energy expenditure in a bird with high activity levels
KH Elliott, M Le Vaillant, A Kato, JR Speakman, Y Ropert-Coudert
Biology letters 9 (1), 20120919, 2013
1362013
Sex-specific behavior by a monomorphic seabird represents risk partitioning
KH Elliott, AJ Gaston, D Crump
Behavioral Ecology 21 (5), 1024-1032, 2010
1312010
PCBs and DDE, but not PBDEs, increase with trophic level and marine input in nestling bald eagles
KH Elliott, LS Cesh, JA Dooley, RJ Letcher, JE Elliott
Science of the Total Environment 407 (12), 3867-3875, 2009
1122009
Age‐related variation in energy expenditure in a long‐lived bird within the envelope of an energy ceiling
KH Elliott, M Le Vaillant, A Kato, AJ Gaston, Y Ropert‐Coudert, JF Hare, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 83 (1), 136-146, 2014
962014
Has early ice clearance increased predation on breeding birds by polar bears?
PA Smith, KH Elliott, AJ Gaston, HG Gilchrist
Polar Biology 33, 1149-1153, 2010
962010
Ecological insights from three decades of animal movement tracking across a changing Arctic
SC Davidson, G Bohrer, E Gurarie, S LaPoint, PJ Mahoney, NT Boelman, ...
Science 370 (6517), 712-715, 2020
952020
Inbreeding effects on immune response in free-living song sparrows (Melospiza melodia)
JM Reid, P Arcese, LF Keller, KH Elliott, L Sampson, D Hasselquist
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1610), 697-706, 2007
942007
Foraging ecology of Bald Eagles at an urban landfill
KH Elliott, J Duffe, SL Lee, P Mineau, JE Elliott
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 118 (3), 380-390, 2006
842006
Feather corticosterone reveals developmental stress in seabirds
AP Will, Y Suzuki, KH Elliott, SA Hatch, Y Watanuki, AS Kitaysky
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (13), 2371-2376, 2014
812014
Windscapes shape seabird instantaneous energy costs but adult behavior buffers impact on offspring
KH Elliott, LS Chivers, L Bessey, AJ Gaston, SA Hatch, A Kato, O Osborne, ...
Movement Ecology 2, 1-15, 2014
782014
Density‐dependence in the survival and reproduction of bald eagles: linkages to chum salmon
KH Elliott, JE Elliott, LK Wilson, I Jones, K Stenerson
The Journal of Wildlife Management 75 (8), 1688-1699, 2011
782011
Time allocation by a deep-diving bird reflects prey type and energy gain
KH Elliott, GK Davoren, AJ Gaston
Animal behaviour 75 (4), 1301-1310, 2008
782008
Temporal trends of perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in eggs of coastal and offshore birds: increasing PFAS levels associated with offshore bird species breeding on the Pacific …
A Miller, JE Elliott, KH Elliott, S Lee, F Cyr
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 34 (8), 1799-1808, 2015
752015
The influence of buoyancy and drag on the dive behaviour of an Arctic seabird, the Thick-billed Murre
KH Elliott, GK Davoren, AJ Gaston
Canadian Journal of Zoology 85 (3), 352-361, 2007
722007
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