Graeme Hays List of Publications

 

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I am no longer updating these pages, so for an up-to-date list please see my Google Scholar profile below

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http://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=7rc3SmAAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao

 

Page last updated:  15 March 2013

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2013

214. Hays GC, Scott R (2013). Global patterns for upper ceilings on migration distance in sea turtles and comparisons with fish, birds and mammals. Functional Ecology, doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12073

213. Hays GC (2013). Salmon track magnetic variation. Current Biology 23, R144-145. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2013.01.025

212. Mazaris AD, Kallimanis AS, Pantis JD, Hays GC (2013). Phenological response of sea turtles to environmental variation across a species’ northern range. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 280, 20122397. doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2012.2397

211. Lee PLM, Dawson MN, Neill SP, Robins PE, Houghton JDR, Doyle TK, Hays GC (2013). Identification of genetically and oceanographically distinct blooms of jellyfish. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 10, 20120920, doi.org/10.1098/rsif.2012.0920.

210. Schofield G, Dimadi A, Fossette S, Katselidis KA, Koutsoubas D, Lilley MKS, Luckman A, Pantis JD, Karagouni AD, Hays GC (2013). The importance of sample size: tracking large numbers of individuals to infer population level dispersal and core areas for protection. Diversity and Distributions.

209. Sutherland WJ, Freckleton RP, Godfray HCJ, Beissinger SR, Benton T, Cameron DD, Carmel Y, Coomes DA, Coulson T, Emmerson MC, Hails RS, Hays GC, Hodgson DJ, Hutchings MJ, Johnson D, Jones JPG, Keeling MJ, Kokko H, Kunin WE, Lambin X, Lewis OT, Malhi Y, Mieszkowska N, Milner-Gulland EJ, Norris K, Phillimore AB, Purves DW, Reid JM, Reuman DC, Thompson K, Travis JMJ, Turnbull LA, Wardle DA, Wiegand T (2013). Identification of 100 fundamental ecological questions. Journal of Ecology 101, 58–67. doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.12025

 

2012

208. Bailey H, Fossette S, Bograd SJ, Shillinger GL, Swithenbank AM, Georges J-Y, Gaspar P, Patrik Stromberg KH, Paladino FV, Spotila JR, Block BA, Hays GC (2012). Movement patterns for a critically endangered species, the leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea), linked to foraging success and population status. PLoS ONE 7(5): e36401. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0036401

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207. Callaway R, Hays GC + 20 co-authors. Review of climate change impacts on marine aquaculture in the UK and Ireland. Aquatic Conserv: Mar. Freshw. Ecosyst., 22, 389–421. doi: 10.1002/aqc.2247

206. Galli S, Gaspar P, Fossette S, Calmettes B, Hays GC, Lutjeharms JRE, Luschi P (2012). Orientation of migrating leatherback turtles in relation to ocean currents. Animal Behaviour 84, 1491-1500. doi: 10.1016/j.anbehav.2012.09.022

205. Fossette S, Gleiss AC, Casey JP, Lewis AR, Hays GC (2012) Does prey size matter? Novel observations of feeding in the leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) allow a test of predator-prey size relationships. Biology Letters 8, 351–354. doi: 10.1098/rsbl.2011.0965.

204. Fossette S, Schofield G, Lilley MKS, Gleiss AC, Hays GC (2012). Acceleration data reveal the energy management strategy of a marine ectotherm during reproduction. Functional Ecology 26, 324–333. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2435.2011.01960.x

203. Fossette S, Putman NF, Lohmann KJ , Marsh R, Hays GC (2012). A biologist’s guide to assessing ocean currents: a review. Marine Ecology Progress Series 457, 285-301. doi: 10.3354/meps09581

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202. Harrington LA, Hays GC, Fasola L, Harrington AL, Righton D, Macdonald DW (2012). Dive performance in a small-bodied, semi-aquatic mammal in the wild. Journal of Mammalogy, 93, 198-210. doi: 10.1644/10-MAMM-A-351.1

201. Hays GC, Bastian T, Doyle TK, Fossette S, Gleiss AC, Gravenor MB, Hobson VJ, Humphries NE, Lilley MKS, Pade NG, Sims DW (2012). High activity and Lévy searches: jellyfish can search the water column like fish. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 279, 465–473. doi:10.1098/rspb.2011.0978

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200. Hinder SL, Hays GC, Edwards M, Roberts EC, Walne AW, Gravenor MB (2012). Changes in marine dinoflagellate and diatom abundance under climate change. Nature Climate Change 2, 271-275. doi: 10.1038/NCLIMATE1388

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199. Monzon-Arguello C, Dell’Amico F, Moriniere P, Marco A, Lopez-Jurado LF, Hays GC, Scott R, Marsh R, Lee PLM (2012). Lost at sea: genetic, oceanographic and meteorological evidence for storm-forced dispersal. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 9 1725-32. doi:10.1098/rsif.2011.0788

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198. Putman NF, Scott R, Verley P, Marsh R, Hays GC (2012). Natal site and offshore swimming influence fitness and long-distance ocean transport in young sea turtles. Marine Biology, 159, 2117–2126. doi 10.1007/s00227-012-1995-5

197. Scott R, Marsh R, Hays GC (2012). Life in the really slow lane: loggerhead sea turtles mature late relative to other reptiles. Functional Ecology, 26, 227-235. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2435.2011.01915.x

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196. Scott R, Marsh R, Hays GC (2012). A little movement orientated to the geomagnetic field makes a big difference in strong flows. Marine Biology, 159, 481-488.doi 10.1007/s00227-011-1825-1

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2011

195. Bastian T, Stokes D, Kelleher JE, Hays GC, Davenport J, Doyle TK (2011). Fisheries bycatch data provide insights into the distribution of the mauve stinger (Pelagia noctiluca) around Ireland. ICES Journal of Marine Science 68, 436–443. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsq178

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194. Bastian T, Haberlin D, Purcell JE, Hays GC, Davenport J, McAllen R, Doyle TK. (2011). Large scale sampling reveals the spatio-temporal distributions of the jellyfish Aurelia aurita and Cyanea capillata in the Irish Sea. Marine Biology 158, 2639–2652. doi: 10.1007/s00227-011-1762-z.

193. Chapman JW, Klaassen RHG, Drake VA, Fossette S, Hays GC, Metcalfe JD, Reynolds AM, Reynolds DR, Alerstam T (2011). Animal orientation strategies for movement in flows. Current Biology 21, R861–R870. doi 10.1016/j.cub.2011.08.014

192. Gleiss AC, Jorgensen SJ, Liebsch N, Sala JE, Norman B, Hays GC, Quintana F, Grundy E, Campagna C, Trites AW, Block BA, Wilson RP (2011). Convergent evolution in locomotory patterns of flying and swimming animals. Nature Communications 2:352. doi: 10.1038/ncomms1351.

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191. Hinder SL, Manning JE, Gravenor MB, Edwards M, Walne AW, Burkill P, Hays GC (2011). Long-term changes in abundance and distribution of microzooplankton in the NE Atlantic and North Sea. Journal of Plankton Research doi:10.1093/plankt/fbr087

190. Hinder SL, Hays GC, Brooks CJ, Davies AP, Edwards M, Walne AW, Gravenor MB (2011). Toxic marine microalgae and shellfish poisoning in the British isles: history, review of epidemiology, and future implications. Environmental Health 2011, 10:54. doi:10.1186/1476-069X-10-54.

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189. Lilley MKS, Beggs SE, Doyle TD, Hobson VJ, Stromberg KHP, Hays GC (2011) Global patterns of epipelagic gelatinous zooplankton biomass. Marine Biology 158, 2429-2436. doi: 10.1007/s00227-011-1744-1

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188. Lynam CP, Lilley MKS, Bastian T, Doyle TK, Beggs SE, Hays GC (2011). Have jellyfish in the Irish Sea benefited from climate change and overfishing ? Global Change Biology, 17, 767-782. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2010.02352.x

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187. Wilson RP, McMahon CR, Quintana F, Frere E, Scolaro A, Hays GC, Bradshaw CJA (2011). N-dimensional animal energetic niches clarify behavioural options in a variable marine environment. The Journal of Experimental Biology 214, 646-656. doi:10.1242/jeb.044859

 

2010

186. Dewar H, Thys T, Teo SLH, Farwell C, O'Sullivan J, Tobayama T, Soichi M, Nakatsubo T, Kondo Y, Okada Y, Lindsay DJ, Hays GC, Walli A, Weng K, Streelman JT, Karl SA (2010). Satellite tracking the world's largest jelly predator, the ocean sunfish, Mola mola, in the Western Pacific. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2010.06.023

185. Edwards M, Beaugrand G, Hays GC, Koslow JA, Richardson AJ (2010). Multi-decadal oceanic ecological datasets and their application in marine policy and management. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 25, 602–610 doi:10.1016/j.tree.2010.07.007

184. Fossette S, Hobson VJ, Girard C, Calmettes B, Gaspar P, Georges J-Y, Hays GC (2010). Spatio-temporal foraging patterns of a giant zooplanktivore, the leatherback turtle. Journal of Marine Systems 81, 225–234. doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2009.12.002

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183. Fossette S, Gleiss AC, Myers AE, Garner S, Liebsch N, Whitney N, Hays GC, Wilson RP, Lutcavage ME (2010). Behaviour and buoyancy regulation in the deepest diving reptile: the leatherback turtle. Journal of Experimental Biology, 23, 4074-4083.

182. Godley BJ, Barbosa C, Bruford M, Broderick AC, Catry P, Coyne, MS, Formia A, Hays GC, Witt MJ (2010). Unravelling migratory connectivity in marine turtles using multiple methods. Journal of Applied Ecology 47, 769–778. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2010.01817.x

181. Hamann M, Godfrey MH, Seminoff JA, Arthur K, Barata PCR, Bjorndal KA, Bolten AB, Broderick AC, Campbell LM, Carreras C, Casale P, Chaloupka M, Chan SKF, Coyne MS, Crowder LB, Diez CE, Dutton PH, Epperly SP, FitzSimmons NN, Formia A, Girondot M, Hays GC, Jiunn CI, Kaska Y, Lewison R, Mortimer JA, Nichols WJ, Reina RD, Shanker K, Spotila JR, Tomás J, Wallace BP, Work TM, Zbinden J, Godley BJ (2010). Global research priorities for sea turtles: informing management and conservation in the 21st century. Endangered Species Research, in press.

180. Hays GC, Fossette S, Katselidis KA, Schofield G, Gravenor MB (2010). Breeding periodicity for male sea turtles, operational sex ratios, and implications in the face of climate change. Conservation Biology 24, 1636–1643. doi: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2010.01531.x

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179. Hays GC, Fossette S, Katselidis KA, Mariani P, Schofield G (2010). Ontogenetic development of migration: Lagrangian drift trajectories suggest a new paradigm for sea turtles. Journal of Royal Society Interface 7, 1319-1327. doi:10.1098/rsif.2010.0009.

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178. Hochscheid S, Bentivegna F, Hamza A, Hays GC (2010). When surfacers do not dive: multiple significance of extended surface times in marine turtles. Journal of Experimental Biology 213, 1328-1337. doi:10.1242/jeb.037184

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177. Humphries NE, Queiroz N, Dyer JRM, Pade NG, Musyl MK, Schaefer KM, Fuller DW, Brunnschweiler JM, Doyle TK, Houghton JDR, Hays GC, Jones CS, Noble LR, Wearmouth VJ, Southall EJ, Sims DW (2010). Environmental context explains Lévy and Brownian movement patterns of marine predators. Nature 465, 1066-1069. doi:10.1038/nature09116

176. Monzón-Argüello C, López-Jurado LF, Rico C, Marco A, López P, Hays GC, Lee PLM (2010). Evidence from genetic and Lagrangian drifter data for transatlantic transport of small juvenile green turtles. Journal of Biogeography 37, 1752–1766. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2010.02326.x

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175. Pope EC, Hays GC, Thys TM, Doyle TK, Sims DW, Queiroz N, Hobson VJ, Kubicek L, Houghton JD (2010). The biology and ecology of the ocean sunfish Mola mola: A review of current knowledge and future research perspectives. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries.  doi 10.1007/s11160-009-9155-9

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174. Purcell JE, Fuentes V, Atienza D, Tilves U, Astorga D, Kawahara M, Hays GC (2010). Use of respiration rates of scyphozoan jellyfish to estimate their effects on the food web. Hydrobiologia 645:135–152. DOI 10.1007/s10750-010-0240-9

173. Schofield G, Hobson VJ, Fossette S, Lilley MKS, Katselidis KA, Hays GC (2010). Fidelity to foraging sites, consistency of migration routes and habitat modulation of home range by sea turtles. Diversity and Distributions, 16, 840–853. doi:10.1111/j.1472-4642.2010.00694.x

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172. Schofield G, Lilley MKS, Bishop CM, Brown P, Katselidis KA, Dimopoulos P, Pantis JD, Hays GC (2010). Conservation hotspots: implications of intense spatial area use by breeding male and female loggerheads at the Mediterranean’s largest rookery. Endangered Species Research. doi: 10.3354/esr00137

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171. Schofield G, Hobson VJ, Lilley MKS, Katselidis KA, Bishop CM, Brown P, Hays GC (2010). Inter-annual variability in the home range of breeding turtles: Implications for current and future conservation management. Biological Conservation 143, 722–730. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2009.12.011

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170. Witt MJ, Åkesson S, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Ellick J, Formia A, Hays GC, Luschi P, Stroud S, Godley BJ (2010). Assessing accuracy and utility of satellite-tracking data using Argos-linked Fastloc-GPS. Animal Behaviour 80, 571-581. doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2010.05.022

 

 

2009

169. Bauer S, Barta Z, Ens BJ, Hays GC, McNamara JM, Klaassen M (2009). Animal migration: linking models and data beyond taxonomic limits. Biology Letters 5, 433-435. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2009.0324

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168. Hays GC, Farquhar MR, Luschi P, Teo SLH, Thys TM (2009). Vertical niche overlap by two ocean giants with similar diets: oceanic sunfish and leatherback turtles. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 370, 134–143. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2008.12.009

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167. Hobson VJ, Righton D, Metcalfe JD, Hays GC (2009). Link between vertical and horizontal movement patterns of cod in the North Sea. Aquatic Biology 5, 133–142.

        doi: 10.3354/ab00144

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166. Lilley MKS, Houghton JDR, Hays GC (2009). A review of distribution, extent of inter-annual variability and diet of the bloom-forming jellyfish Rhizostoma in European waters. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK 89, 39-48.

       doi:10.1017/S0025315408002439

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165. Newson SE, Mendes S, Crick HQP, Dulvy NK, Houghton JDR, Hays GC, Hutson AM, Macleod CD, Pierce GJ, Robinson RA (2009). Indicators of the impact of climate change on migratory species. Endangered Species Research.

        doi: 10.3354/esr00162

164.Poloczanska ES, Limpus CJ, Hays GC (2009). Vulnerability of marine turtles to climate change. Advances in Marine Biology 56, 151-211. doi: 10.1016/S0065-2881(09)56002-6

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163. Richardson AJ, Bakun A, Hays GC, Gibbons MJ (2009). The jellyfish joyride: causes, consequences and management responses to a more gelatinous future. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 24, 312-322. doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2009.01.010

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162. Rutz C, Hays GC (2009). New frontiers in biologging science. Biology Letters 5, 289–292.  doi:10.1098/rsbl.2009.0089

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161. Robinson RA, Crick HOP, Learmonth JA, Maclean IMD, Thomas CD, Bairlein F, Forchhammer MC, Francis CM, Gill JA, Godley BJ, Harwood J, Hays GC, Huntley B, Hutson AM, Pierce GJ, Rehfisch MM, Sims DW, Santos MB, Sparks TH, Stroud DA, Visser ME (2009). Travelling through a warming world: climate change and migratory species. Endangered Species Research. doi: 10.3354/esr00095

160. Schofield G, Bishop CM, Katselidis KA, Dimopoulos P, Pantis JD, Hays GC (2009). Microhabitat selection by sea turtles in a dynamic thermal marine environment. Journal of Animal Ecology 78, 14-21.

        doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2656.2008.01454.x

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159. Sims DW, Queiroz N, Humphries NE, Lima FP, Hays GC (2009) Long-term GPS tracking of ocean sunfish Mola mola offers a new direction in fish monitoring. PLoS ONE 4(10): e7351. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0007351

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158. Sims DW, Queiroz N, Doyle TK, Houghton JDR, Hays GC (2009). Satellite Tracking of the World’s largest bony fish, the ocean sunfish (Mola mola L.) in the North East Atlantic. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 370, 127–133. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2008.12.011

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2008

157. Doyle TK, Haas HD, Cotton D, Dorschel B, Cummins V, Houghton JDR, Davenport J, Hays GC (2008). Widespread occurrence of the jellyfish Pelagia noctiluca in Irish coastal and shelf waters. Journal of Plankton Research 30, 963-968.

       doi:10.1093/plankt/fbn052

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156. Doyle TK, Houghton JDR, O'Súilleabháin PF, Hobson VJ, Marnell F, Davenport J, Hays GC (2008). Leatherback turtles satellite tagged in European waters. Endangered Species Research 4, 23-31.

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155. Hays GC (2008). Sea turtles: a review of some key recent discoveries and remaining questions. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 356, 1-7.

       doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2007.12.016

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154. Hays GC, Doyle TK, Houghton JR, Lilley MKS, Metcafle JD, Righton D (2008). Diving behaviour of jellyfish equipped with electronic tags. Journal of Plankton Research 30, 325-331.

       doi: 10.1093/plankt/fbn003

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153. Hobson VJ, McMahon CR, Richardson A, Hays GC (2008). Ocean surface warming: the North Atlantic remains within the envelope of previous recorded conditions. Deep-Sea Research Part 1 55, 155-162.

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152. Houghton JDR, Doyle TK, Davenport J, Wilson RP, Hays GC (2008). The role of infrequent and extraordinary deep dives in leatherback turtles (Dermochelys coriacea). Journal of Experimental Biology 211, 2566-2575. doi:10.1242/jeb.020065

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151. Houghton JDR, Cedras A, Myers AE, Liebsch N, Metcalfe JD, Mortimer JA, Hays GC (2008). Measuring the state of consciousness in a free-living diving sea turtle. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 356, 115–120.

       doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2007.12.008

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150. Lambardi P, Lutjeharms JRE , Mencacci R, Hays GC, Luschi P (2008). Influence of ocean currents on long-distance movement of leatherback sea turtles in the South-west Indian Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series 353, 289-301.

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149. Lohmann KJ, Luschi P, Hays GC (2008). Goal navigation and island-finding in sea turtles. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 356, 83–95. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2007.12.017

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148. Sims DW, Southall EJ, Humphries NE, Hays GC, Bradshaw CJA, Pitchford JW, James A, Ahmed MZ, Brierley AS, Hindell MA, Morritt D, Musyl MK, Righton D, Shepard ELC, Wearmouth VJ, Wilson RP, Witt MJ, Metcalfe JD (2008). Scaling laws of marine predator search behaviour. Nature 451, 1098-1102. doi:10.1038/nature06518

 

2007

147. Bradshaw CJA, Sims DW, Hays GC (2007). Measurement error causes scale-dependent threshold erosion of biological signals in animal movement data. Ecological Applications 17, 628-638.

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146. Bradshaw CJA, McMahon CR, Hays GC (2007). Behavioral inference of diving metabolic rate in free-ranging leatherback turtles. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 80, 209-219.

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145. Doyle TK, Houghton JDR, McDevitt R, Davenport J, Hays GC (2007). The energy density of jellyfish: Estimates from bomb-calorimetry and proximate-composition. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 343, 239-252.

       doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2006.12.010

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144. Doyle TK, Houghton JDR, Buckley SM, Hays GC, Davenport J (2007). The broad-scale distribution of five jellyfish species across a temperate coastal environment. Hydrobiologia. 579:29–39.

       doi: 10.1007/s10750-006-0362-2

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143. Formia A, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Hays GC, Bruford MW (2007). Genetic composition of the Ascension Island green turtle rookery based on mitochondrial DNA: implications for sampling and diversity. Endangered Species Research 3, 145–158.

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142. Georges JY, Billes A, Ferraroli S, Fossette S, Fretey J, Grémillet D, Le Maho Y, Myers AE, Tanaka H, Hays GC (2007). Meta-analysis of movements in Atlantic leatherback turtles during nesting season: conservation implications. Marine Ecology Progress Series 338: 225-232.

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141. Hays GC, Bradshaw CJA, James MC, Lovell P, Sims DW (2007). Why do Argos satellite tags deployed on marine animals stop transmitting? Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 349, 52-60.

       doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2007.04.016

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140. Hays GC, Forman DW, Harrington LA, Harrington AL, Macdonald DW, Righton D (2007). Recording the free-living behaviour of small-bodied, shallow-diving animals with data loggers. Journal of Animal Ecology 76, 183-190.

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139. Hays GC, Marshall GJ, Seminoff JA (2007). Flipper beat frequency and amplitude changes in diving green turtles, Chelonia mydas. Marine Biology 150, 1003-1009.

       doi: 10.1007/s00227-006-0412-3

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138. Hobson VJ, Righton D, Metcalfe JD, Hays GC (2007). Vertical movements of North Sea cod. Marine Ecology Progress Series 347, 101-110.

137. Hochscheid S, Bentivegna F, Hays GC (2007). Overwintering behaviour in sea turtles: dormancy is optional. Marine Ecology Progress Series 340, 287-298.

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136. Hochscheid S, McMahon CR, Bradshaw CJA, Maffucci F, Bentivegna F, Hays GC (2007). Allometric scaling of lung volume and its consequences for marine turtle diving performance. Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry 148, 360-367.

       doi:10.1016/j.cbpa.2007.05.010

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135. Houghton JDR, Myers AE, Lloyd C, King RS, Isaacs C, Hays GC (2007). Protracted rainfall decreases temperature within leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) clutches in Grenada, West Indies: Ecological implications for a species displaying temperature dependent sex determination. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 345, 71–77. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2007.02.001

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134. Houghton JDR, Doyle TK, Davenport J, Lilley MKS, Wilson RP, Hays GC (2007). Stranding Events Provide Indirect Insights into the Seasonality and Persistence of Jellyfish Medusae (Cnidaria: Scyphozoa). Hydrobiologia 589, 1-13.

       doi 10.1007/s10750-007-0572-2

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133. Lee PLM, Luschi P, Hays GC (2007). Detecting female precise natal philopatry in green turtles using assignment methods. Molecular Ecology 16, 61-74.

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132. McMahon CR, Bradshaw CJA, Hays GC (2007). Satellite tracking reveals unusual diving characteristics for a marine reptile, the olive ridley turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea). Marine Ecology Progress Series 329, 239-252.

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131. McMahon CR, Bradshaw CJA, Hays GC (2007). Applying the heat to research techniques for species conservation. Conservation Biology 21, 271-273.

       doi: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2006.00566.x

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130. Myers AE, Hays GC (2007). A novel technique for measuring heart rate in a free swimming marine vertebrate. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 349, 44-51.

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129. Schofield G, Bishop CM, MacLeon G, Brown P, Baker M, Katselidis KA, Dimopoulos P, Pantis JD, Hays GC (2007). Novel GPS tracking of sea turtles as a tool for conservation management. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 347, 58-68. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2007.03.009

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128. Schofield G, Katselidis KA, Pantis JD, Dimopoulos D, Hays GC (2007). Female-female aggression: structure of interaction and outcome in loggerhead sea turtles. Marine Ecology Progress Series 336, 267–274.

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2006

127. McMahon CR, Bradshaw CJA, Hays GC (2006). Branding can be justified in vital conservation research. Nature 439, 392.

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126. McMahon CR, Hays GC (2006). Thermal niche, large scale movements and implications of climate change for a critically endangered marine vertebrate. Global Change Biology 12, 1330-1338.

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125. Houghton JDR, Doyle TK, Wilson MW, Davenport J, Hays GC (2006). Jellyfish aggregations and leatherback turtle foraging patterns in a temperate coastal environment. Ecology 87, 1967-1972.

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       Electronic appendices at: Ecological Archives E087-123-A1

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124. Houghton JDR, Doyle TK, Davenport J, Hays GC (2006). The ocean sunfish Mola mola: insights into distribution, abundance and behaviour in the Irish Sea and Celtic Seas. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 86, 1237-1243.

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123. Houghton JDR, Doyle T, Davenport J, Hays GC (2006). Developing a simple, rapid method for identifying and monitoring jellyfish aggregations from the air. Marine Ecology Progress Series 314, 159-170.

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122. Hays GC, Hobson VJ, Metcalfe JD, Righton D, Sims DW (2006). Flexible foraging movements of leatherback turtles across the North Atlantic Ocean. Ecology 87, 2647-2656.

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      Electronic appendices at: http://www.esapubs.org/archive/ecol/E087/160/

121. Schofield G, Katselidis KA, Dimopoulos P, Pantis JD, Hays GC (2006). Behaviour analysis of the loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) from direct in-water observation. Endangered Species Research 2, 71-79.

120. Luschi P, Lutjeharm JRE, Lambardi R, Mencacci R, Hughes GR, Hays GC (2006). A review of migratory behaviour of sea turtles off Southeastern Africa. South African Journal of Science 102, 51-58.

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119. James MC, Davenport J, Hays GC (2006). Expanded thermal niche for a diving vertebrate: a leatherback turtle diving into near-freezing water. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 335, 221-226.

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118. Storch S, Hays GC, Hillis-Starr Z, Wilson RP (2006). Hurricane effects on diving behaviour of a hawksbill turtle. Marine & Freshwater Behaviour & Physiology 39, 307-313.

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117. Glen F, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Hays GC (2006). Thermal control of hatchling emergence patterns in marine turtles. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 334, 31-42.

116. Glen F, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Hays GC (2006). Rhythmic Throat Oscillations in Nesting Green Turtles (Chelonia mydas). Chelonian Conservation Biology 5, 299-301.

115. Sale A, Luschi P, Mencacci R, Lambardi P, Hughes GR, Hays GC, Benvenuti S, Papi F (2006). Long-term monitoring of leatherback turtle diving behaviour during oceanic movements. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 328, 197-210.

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114. Broderick AC, Frauenstein R, Glen F, Hays GC, Jackson AL, Pelembe T, Ruxton GD, Godley BJ (2006). Are green turtles globally endangered ? Global Ecology and Biogeography 15, 21-26.

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113. Myers AE, Hays GC (2006). Do leatherback turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) forage during the breeding season? A combination of novel and traditional data logging devices provide new insights. Marine Ecology Progress Series 322, 259-267.

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112. Myers AE, Lovell P, Hays GC (2006). Tools for studying animal behaviour: validation of dive profiles relayed via the Argos satellite system. Animal Behaviour 71, 989-993.

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2005

111. Hays GC (2005). Stemming the tide of turtle extinction. Nature 433, 109.

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110. Hays GC, Richardson AJ, Robinson C (2005). Climate change and marine plankton. TREE 20, 337-344.

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109. McMahon CR, Autret E, Houghton JDR, Lovell P, Myers AE, Hays GC (2005). Animal-borne sensors successfully capture the real-time thermal properties of ocean basins. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 3, 392–398.

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108. Hochscheid S, Bentivegna F, Hays GC (2005). First records of dive durations for a hibernating sea turtle. Biology Letters 1, 82–86.

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107. Glen F, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Hays GC (2005). Patterns in the emergence of green (Chelonia mydas) and loggerhead (Caretta caretta) turtle hatchlings from their nests. Marine Biology 146, 1039–1049.

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2004

106. Hays GC, Houghton JDR, Myers AE (2004). Pan-Atlantic leatherback turtle movements. Nature 429, 522.

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105. Hays GC (2004). Good news for sea turtles. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19, 349-351.

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104. Hays GC (2004). Conservation of turtles. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19, 512-513.

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103. Lee, PLM, Hays GC (2004). Polyandry in a marine turtle: females make the best of a bad job. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 101, 6530-6535.

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102.    Hays GC, Metcalfe JD, Walne AW (2004). The implications of lung-regulated buoyancy control for dive depth and duration. Ecology 85, 1137-1145.

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101.    Hays GC, Houghton JDR, Isaacs C, King RS, Lloyd C, Lovell P (2004). First records of oceanic dive profiles for leatherback turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) indicate behavioural plasticity associated with long distance migration. Animal Behaviour 67, 733-743.

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100. Jonas TD, Walne A,  Beaugrand G, Gregory L, Hays GC (2004). The volume of water filtered by a Continuous Plankton Recorder sample: the effect of ship speed. Journal of Plankton Research  26 1499-1506.

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99. Hays GC, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Luschi P, Nichols WJ (2004). Tracking turtles to their death. Marine Ecology Progress Series 283, 299-300.

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98. Hays GC, Metcalfe JD, Walne AW, Wilson RP (2004). First records of flipper beat frequency during sea turtle diving. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 303, 243-260.

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97.    Richardson AJ, John EH, Irigoien X, Harris RP, Hays GC (2004). How well does the Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR) sample zooplankton? A comparison with the Longhurst Hardy Plankton Recorder (LHPR) in the northeast Atlantic. Deep-Sea Research Part I 51, 1283-1294.

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2003

96. Hays GC (2003). A review of the adaptive significance and ecosystem consequences of zooplankton diel vertical migrations. Hydrobiologia 503: 163-170.

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95. Hays GC, Houghton JDR, Doyle T, Davenport J (2003). Aircraft give a new view of jellyfish behaviour. Nature 426, 383.

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94. Hays GC, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Luschi P, Nichols, WJ (2003). Satellite telemetry suggests high levels of fishing-induced mortality in marine turtles. Marine Ecology Progress Series 262, 305-309.

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     This paper was independently reviewed in a Nature “Science Update” article: Whitfield, J (2003). Fishing kills a third of turtles. 10 Nov. 2003.

93. Hays GC, Åkesson S, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Papi F, Luschi P (2003). Island-finding ability of marine turtles. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B (suppl) 270, S5-S7.

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     This paper was independently reviewed in a Nature “News & Views” article: Sims, D. (2003). Homing is a breeze for sea turtles. Nature, 423, 128.

92. Houghton JDR, Callow MJ, Hays GC (2003). Habitat utilisation of juvenile hawksbill turtles(Eretmochelys imbricata) in a shallow water coral reef habitat. Journal of Natural History 37, 1269-1280.

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91. Hays GC, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ (2003). Climate change and sea turtles: a 150-year reconstruction of incubation temperatures at a major marine turtle rookery. Global Change Biology 9, 642-646.

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90. Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Glen F, Hays GC (2003). Post-nesting movements and submergence patterns of loggerhead marine turtles in the Mediterranean assessed by satellite tracking. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 287, 119-134.

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89. Glen F, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Hays GC (2003). Incubation environment affects phenotype of naturally incubated green turtle hatchlings. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK 83, 1183-1186.

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88. Luschi P, Hays GC, Papi F (2003). A review of long-distance movements by marine turtles and the possible role of ocean currents. Oikos 103, 293-302.

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87. Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Hays GC (2003). Variation in reproductive output of marine turtles. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 288, 95-109.

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86. Ireland JS, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Hays GC, Lee PLM, Skibinski DOF (2003)..Multiple paternity assessed using microsatellite markers, in green turtles Chelonia mydas (Linnaeus, 1758) of Ascension Island, South Atlantic. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 291, 149-160.

85. Godley BJ, Lima EHSM, Åkesson S, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godfrey MH, Luschi P, Hays GC (2003). Movement patterns of green turtles in Brazilian coastal waters described by satellite tracking and flipper tagging. Marine Ecology Progress Series 253, 279-288.

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84. Åkesson S, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Luschi P, Papi F, Hays GC (2003). Navigation by green turtles: Which strategy do displaced adults use to find Ascension Island ? Oikos, 103, 363-372.

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83. Batten SD, Clarke RA, Flinkman J, Hays GC, John EH, John AWG, Jonas TJ, Lindley JA, Stevens DP, Walne AW (2003). CPR sampling – The technical background, materials and methods, and issues of consistency and comparability. Progress in Oceanography 58, 193-215.

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 2002

82. Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Glen F, Hays GC (2002). Temperature dependent sex determination of Ascension Island green turtles. Marine Ecology Progress Series 226, 115-124.

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81. Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Frauenstein R, Glen F, Hays GC (2002). Reproductive seasonality and sexual dimorphism in green turtles. Marine Ecology Progress Series 226, 125-133.

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80. Hays GC, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Houghton JDR, Metcalfe JD (2002). Water temperature and internesting intervals for loggerhead (Caretta caretta) and green (Chelonia mydas) sea turtles. Journal of Thermal Biology 27, 429-432.

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79. Houghton JDR, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Metcalfe JD, Hays GC (2002). Diving behaviour during the internesting interval for loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta) nesting in Cyprus. Marine Ecology Progress Series 227, 63-70.

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78. Godley BJ, Richardson S, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Glen F, Hays GC (2002). Long-term satellite telemetry of the movements and habitat utilisation by green turtles in the Mediterranean. Ecography 25, 352-362.

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77. Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Hays GC (2002). Estimating the size of nesting green and loggerhead turtle populations in the Mediterranean. Oryx 36, 227-253.

76. Hays GC, Glen F, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Metcalfe JD (2002). Behavioural plasticity in a large marine herbivore: contrasting patterns of depth utilisation between two green turtle (Chelonia mydas) populations. Marine Biology 141: 985-990.

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75. Hays GC, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Lovell P, Martin C, McConnell BJ, Richardson S (2002). Bi-phasal long-distance migration in green turtles. Animal Behaviour 64: 895-898.

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74. Hays GC, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ (2002). Change in body mass associated with long-term fasting in a marine reptile: the case of green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at Ascension Island. Canadian Journal of Zoology 80, 1299-1302. 

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73. John EH, Batten SD, Stevens D, Walne AW, Jonas T, Hays GC (2002). Continuous Plankton Records Stand the Test of Time: evaluation of flow rates, clogging and the continuity of the CPR time-series. Journal of Plankton Research 24, 941-946.

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2001

72. Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Hays GC (2001). Nesting of green turtles Chelonia mydas at Ascension Island, South Atlantic. Biological Conservation 97, 151-158.

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71. Hays GC, Dray M, Quaife T, Smyth T, Mironnet NC, Papi F, Luschi P, Barnsley MJ (2001). Movements of migrating green turtles in relation to AVHRR derived sea surface temperature. International Journal of Remote Sensing 22, 1403-1411.

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70. Aiken JJ, Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Austin T, Ebanks-Petrie G, Hays GC (2001). Two hundred years after a commercial marine turtle fishery: the current status of marine turtles nesting in the Cayman Islands. Oryx 35, 145-151.

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69. Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Hays GC (2001). Metabolic heating and the prediction of sex ratios for green turtles (Chelonia mydas). Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 74, 161-170.

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68. Houghton JDR, Hays GC (2001). Asynchronous emergence by loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta) hatchlings. Naturwissenschaften 88, 133-136.

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67. Hays GC, Ashworth JS, Barnsley MJ, Broderick AC, Emery DR, Godley BJ, Henwood A, Jones EL (2001). The importance of sand albedo for the thermal conditions on sea turtle nesting beaches. Oikos 93, 87-94.

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66. Hays GC, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Nichols WJ (2001). The movements and submergence behaviour of male green turtles at Ascension Island. Marine Biology 139, 395-399.

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65. Hays GC, Åkesson S, Godley BJ, Luschi P, Santidrian P (2001). The implications of location accuracy for the interpretation of satellite tracking data. Animal Behaviour 61, 1035-1040.

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64. Godley BJ, Broderick AC , Downie JR, Glen F, Houghton JD, Kirkwood I, Reece J, Hays GC (2001). Thermal conditions in nests of loggerhead turtles: further evidence suggesting female skewed sex ratios of hatchling production in the Mediterranean. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology Ecology 263, 45-63.

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63. Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Hays GC (2001). Trophic status drives inter-annual variability in nesting numbers of marine turtles. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 268, 1481-1487.

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62. Luschi P, Åkesson S, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley, BJ, Papi F, Hays GC (2001). Testing the navigational abilities of oceanic migrants: displacement experiments on green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas). Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 50, 528-534.

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61. Glen F, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Metcalfe JD, Hays GC (2001). Dive angles for a green turtle (Chelonia mydas). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK 81, 683-686.

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60. Åkesson S, Luschi P, Papi F, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Hays GC (2001). Oceanic long-distance navigation: do experienced migrants use the Earth's magnetic field? Journal of Navigation 54, 419-427.

59. Hays GC, Åkesson S, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Luschi, P, Martin C, Metcalfe JD and Papi F. (2001). The diving behaviour of green turtles undertaking oceanic migration to and from Ascension Island: dive durations, dive profiles and depth distribution. Journal of Experimental Biology 204, 4093-4098.

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58. Hays GC (2001). The implications of adult morphology for clutch size in the flatback turtle (Natator depressa). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK 81, 1063-1064. 

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57. Hays GC, Kennedy H, Frost BW (2001). Individual variability in diel vertical migration of a marine copepod: why some individuals remain at depth when others migrate. Limnology & Oceanography 46, 2050-2054.

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56. Cook K, Hays GC (2001). Comparison of the epi-pelagic zooplankton samples from a U-Tow and the traditional WP2 net. Journal of Plankton Research 23, 953-962.

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55. John EH, Batten SD, Harris RP, Hays GC (2001). Comparison between zooplankton data collected by the Continuous Plankton Recorder survey in the English Channel and by WP-2 nets at station L4, Plymouth (UK). Journal of Sea Research 46, 223-232.

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54. Clark DR, Aazem KV, Hays GC (2001). Zooplankton abundance and community structure over a 4000 km transect in the north-east Atlantic. Journal of Plankton Research 23, 365-372.

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53. Hays GC, Clark DR, Walne AW, Warner AJ (2001) Large scale patterns of zooplankton abundance in the NE Atlantic in June and July 1996. Deep-Sea Research Part II 48, 951-961.

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52. Hays GC, Harris RP, Head RN (2001). Diel changes in the near-surface biomass of zooplankton and the carbon content of vertical migrants. Deep-Sea Research Part II 48, 1063-1068.

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2000

51. Hays GC, Adams CR, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Lucas DJ, Metcalfe JD, Prior AA (2000). The diving behaviour of green turtles at Ascension island. Animal Behaviour 59, 577-586.

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50. Hays GC (2000). The implications of variable remigration intervals for the assessment of population size in marine turtles. Journal of Theoretical Biology 206, 221-227.

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49. Houghton JDR, Woolmer A, Hays GC (2000). Sea turtle diving and foraging behaviour around the Greek island of Kefalonia. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK 80, 761-762.

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48. Papi F, Luschi P, Åkesson S, Capogrossi S, Hays GC (2000). Open-sea migration of magnetically disturbed sea turtles. Journal of Experimental Biology 203, 3435-3443.

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47. Hays GC, Hochscheid S, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Metcalfe JD (2000). The diving behaviour of green turtles: links between dive depth, dive duration and activity levels. Marine Ecology Progress Series 208, 297-298.

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46. Speakman JR, Rydell J, Webb PI, Hayes JP, Hays GC, Hulbert IAR, McDevitt RM (2000) Activity patterns of insectivorous bats and birds in northern Scandinavia (69°N), during continuous midsummer daylight. Oikos 88, 75-86.

 

 1999

45. Hays GC, Godley BJ, Broderick AC (1999). The long term thermal conditions on the nesting beaches of green turtles on Ascension Island. Marine Ecology Progress Series 185, 297-299.

44. Hays GC, Luschi P, Papi F, del Seppia C, Marsh R (1999). Changes in behaviour during the internesting period and postnesting migration for Ascension Island green turtles. Marine Ecology Progress Series 189, 263-273.  

 

1998

43. Luschi P, Hays GC, Del Seppia C, Marsh R, Papi F (1998). The navigational feats of green sea turtles migrating from Ascension Island investigated by satellite telemetry. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 265, 2279-2284.

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42. Speakman JR, Hays GC, Lindblad E (1998). The role of thermal conductivity in influencing loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta L) nest temperatures. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK 78, 1337-1352.

41. Hays GC, Walne AW, Quartley CP (1998). The U-Tow: a system for sampling mesozooplankton over extended spatial scales. Journal of Plankton Research 20, 135-144.

40. Hays GC, Webb PI, Frears SL (1998). Diel changes in the nitrogen and carbon content of the copepod Metridia lucens. Journal of Plankton Research 20, 727-737.

39. Walne AW, Hays GC, Adams PR (1998). Measuring the filtration efficiency of the Continuous Plankton Recorder. Journal of Plankton Research 20, 1963-1969.

 

 

1997

38. Hays GC, Marsh R (1997). Estimating the age of juvenile loggerhead sea turtles in the North Atlantic. Canadian Journal of Zoology 75, 40-46.

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37. Planque BP, Hays GC, Ibanez F, Gamble JC (1997). Large scale spatial variations in the seasonal abundance of Calanus finmarchicus. Deep-Sea Research Part 1. 44, 315-326.

36. Hays GC, Harris RP, Head RN, Kennedy H (1997). A technique for the in situ assessment of the vertical nitrogen flux caused by the diel vertical migration of zooplankton. Deep-Sea Research Part I. 44, 1085-1089.

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35. Hays GC, Harris RP, Head RN (1997). The vertical nitrogen flux caused by zooplankton diel vertical migration. Marine Ecology Progress Series 160, 57-62.

34. Hays GC, Warner AJ, Tranter P (1997). Why do the two most abundant copepods in the North Atlantic differ so markedly in their diel vertical migration behaviour ? Journal of Sea Research 38, 85-92.

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1996

33. Hays GC (1996). Large scale patterns of diel vertical migration in the North Atlantic region. Deep-Sea Research Part I 43, 1601-1615.

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32. Hays GC, Warner AJ, Lefevre D (1996). Long-term changes in the diel vertical migration behavior of zooplankton. Marine Ecology Progress Series 141, 149-159.

 

1995

31. Hays GC, Clarke BT (1995). The origin of ovigerous loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta) recorded in Northern Europe. Herpetological Journal 5, 323-324.

30. Hays GC, Mackay A, Adams CR, Mortimer JA, Speakman JR, Boerema M (1995). Nest site selection by sea turtles. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the U.K. 75, 667-674.

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29. Hays GC, Adams C, Mortimer JA, Speakman JR (1995). Inter- and intra-beach thermal variation in green turtle nests on Ascension Island. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the U.K. 75, 405-411.

28. Hays GC (1995). Zooplankton avoidance activity. Nature 376, 650.

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27. Hays GC, Warner AJ, Proctor CA (1995). Spatio-temporal patterns in the diel vertical migration of the copepod Metridia lucens derived from the Continuous Plankton Recorder survey. Limnology and Oceanography 40, 469-475.

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26. Hays GC (1995). Ontogenetic and seasonal variation in the diel vertical migration of the copepods Metridia lucens and Metridia longa. Limnology and Oceanography 40, 1461-1465.

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25. Hays GC, Warner AJ, John AWG, Harbour DS, Holligan PM (1995). Coccolithophores and the Continuous Plankton Recorder survey. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the U.K. 75, 503-506.

24. Hays GC (1995) The diel vertical migration behaviour of Calanus hyperboreus at temperate latitudes. Marine Ecology Progress Series 127, 301-304.

 

1994

23. Hays GC, Proctor CA, John AWG, Warner AJ (1994). Interspecific differences in diel vertical migration of marine copepods: The implications of size, colour and morphology. Limnology and Oceanography 39, 1621-1629.

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22. Hays GC, Lindley JA (1994). Estimating chlorophyll a abundance from the "phytoplankton colour" recorded by the Continuous Plankton Recorder survey: validation with simultaneous fluorometry. Journal of Plankton Research 16, 23-34.

21. Hays GC (1994) Mesh selection and filtration efficiency of the Continuous Plankton Recorder. Journal of Plankton Research 16, 403-412.

20. Warner AJ, Hays GC (1994). Sampling by the Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey. Progress in Oceanography 34, 237-256.

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19. Speakman JR, Lumsden LF, Hays GC (1994). Predation rates on bats released to fly during daylight in south-eastern Australia. Journal of Zoology 223, 318-321.

18. Speakman JR, Hays GC, Webb PI (1994). Is hypothermia a constraint on the diurnal activity of bats ? Journal of Theoretical Biology 171, 325-339.

17. McDevitt RM, Hays GC, Hayes JP (1994). A new record in the distribution of the dusky shrew, Sorex isodon, in northern Norway. Journal of Zoology 232, 686-687.

 

1993

16. Hays GC, Adams C, Speakman JR (1993). Reproductive investment by green turtles nesting on Ascension Island. Canadian Journal of Zoology 71, 1098-1103.

15. Hays GC, Speakman, JR (1993). Nest placement by loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta). Animal Behaviour 45, 47-53.

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14. Hays GC, Warner AJ. (1993). Consistency of towing speed and sampling depth for the Continuous Plankton Recorder. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the U.K. 73, 967-970.

13. Hays GC, Carr MR, Taylor, AH (1993). The relationship between Gulf Stream position and copepod abundance derived from the Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: separating biological signal from sampling noise. Journal of Plankton Research 15, 1359-1373.

 

1992

12. Hays GC (1992). Assessing the nesting beach fidelity and clutch frequency for sea turtles by satellite tracking. In Wildlife telemetry: Remote monitoring and tracking of animals. eds I.G. Priede and S.M. Swift. Ellis Horwood. New York. pp 203-213.

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11. Hays GC, Speakman JR (1992). Clutch size for Mediterranean loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta L.). Journal of Zoology 226, 321-327.

10. Hays GC, Speakman JR, Hayes JP (1992). The pattern of emergence by loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta) hatchlings on Cephalonia, Greece. Herpetologica 48, 396-401. 

9. Hays GC, Speakman JR, Webb PI (1992). Why do brown long-eared bats (Plecotus auritus) fly in winter ? Physiological Zoology 65, 554-567.

8. Webb PI, Hays GC, Speakman JR, Racey PA (1992). The functional significance of ventilation frequency, and its relationship to oxygen demand in the resting brown long-eared bat, Plecotus auritus. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 162, 144-147.

7. Speakman JR, Hays GC (1992). Albedo and transmittance of short-wave radiation for bat wings. Journal of Thermal Biology 17, 317-321.

 

1991

6. Hays GC, Sutherland JM (1991). Remigration and beach fidelity of loggerhead sea turtles nesting on the island of Cephalonia, Greece. Journal of Herpetology 25, 232-233.

5. Hays GC, Webb PI, Hayes JP, Priede IG, French, J (1991). Satellite tracking of a loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta) in the Mediterranean. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK 71, 743-746.

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4. Hays GC, Speakman JR (1991). Reproductive investment and optimum clutch size of loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta). Journal of Animal Ecology 60, 455-462.

3. Hays GC, Webb PI, Speakman JR (1991). Arrhythmic breathing in torpid pipistrelle bats, Pipistrellus pipistrellus. Respiration Physiology 85, 185-192.

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1990

2. Hays GC, Webb, PI, French J, Speakman, JR (1990). Doppler radar: a non-invasive technique for measuring ventilation rate in resting bats. Journal of Experimental Biology 150, 443-447.

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1989

1. Hays GC, Purdie, DA, Williams JA (1989). The distribution of ichthyoplankton in Southampton Water in response to low oxygen levels produced by a Mesodinium rubrum bloom. Journal of Fish Biology 34, 811-813.

 

 

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