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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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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.



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



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

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

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Science News feature. Kintisch E (2006). As the seas warm. Science 313, 776-779.

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       This article reviews: 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. pdf_reprint* and 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. pdf reprint, Ecological Archives E087-123-A1



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

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

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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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Science Random Samples: Holden C. (2004). Turtle service. Science 305, 1398.

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Science “News of the Week”. Stokstad E. (2004). Changes in plankton food web hint at major disruptions in Atlantic by . Science 305, 1548-1549.

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

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Nature News & Views article: Sims, D. (2003). Homing is a breeze for sea turtles. Nature, 423, 128.

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        This article reviews: Hays GC et al. (2003). Island-finding ability of marine turtles. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B (suppl) 270, S5-S7. pdf reprint

Nature Science Update article: Whitfield, J (2003). Fishing kills a third of turtles. 10 Nov. 2003.

        This article reviews: Hays GC et al. (2003). Satellite telemetry suggests high levels of fishing-induced mortality in marine turtles. Marine Ecology Progress Series 262, 305-309. pdf reprint



Nature Science Update article: Netting J (2000). Animal magnetism. 7 Nov. 2000.

        This article reviews: 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. pdf reprint



*Note added at publishers request: 'This is an electronic version of an article published in Global Change Biology: complete citation information for the final version of the paper, as published in the print edition of Global Change Biology, is available on the Blackwell Synergy online delivery service, accessible via the journal's website at or