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Publication List for Dr. Iain John Staniland



1. Iwata, T., et al., Using a mandible accelerometer to study fine-scale foraging behavior of free-ranging Antarctic fur seals. Marine Mammal Science, 2012. 28(2): p. 345-357.

2. Staniland, I.J., et al., Winter distribution and haul-out behaviour of female Antarctic fur seals from South Georgia. Marine Biology, 2012. 159(2): p. 291-301.

3. Staniland, I.J., et al., Foraging behaviour in two Antarctic fur seal colonies with differing population recoveries. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 2011. 434: p. 183-196.

4. Bengtson Nash, S., et al., Perfluorinated compounds in the Antarctic region: ocean circulation provides prolonged protection from distant sources. Environmental Pollution, 2010. 158(9): p. 2985-2991.

5. Casper, R.M., et al., The influence of diet on foraging habitat models: a case study using nursing Antarctic fur seals. Ecography, 2010. 33(4): p. 748-759.

6. Staniland, I., et al., Geographical variation in the behaviour of a central place forager: Antarctic fur seals foraging in contrasting environments. Marine Biology, 2010. 157(11): p. 2383-2396.

7. Waluda, C.M., et al., Linking predator and prey behaviour: contrasts between Antarctic fur seals and macaroni penguins at South Georgia. Marine Biology, 2010. 157(1): p. 99-112.

8. Forcada, J. and I.J. Staniland, Antarctic Fur Seal Arctocephalus gazella, in Encylopedia Marine Mammals, W.F. Perrin, B. Wursig, and J.G.M. Thewissen, Editors. 2009, Academic Press (Elsevier). p. 1382.

9. Forcada, J., et al., Modelling predation by transient leopard seals for an ecosystem-based management of Southern Ocean fisheries. Ecological Modelling, 2009. 220(12): p. 1513-1521.

10. Staniland, I.J. and S.L. Robinson, Segregation between the sexes: Antarctic fur seals, Arctocephalus gazella, foraging at South Georgia. Animal Behaviour, 2008. 75(4): p. 1581-1590.

11. Staniland, I.J., I.L. Boyd, and K. Reid, An energy-distance trade-off in a central-place forager, the Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella). Marine Biology, 2007. 152(2): p. 233-241.

12. Murphy, E.J., et al., Spatial and temporal operation of the Scotia Sea ecosystem: a review of large-scale links in a krill centred food web. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 2007. 362(1477): p. 113-148.

13. Staniland, I.J. and D. Pond, Variability in milk fatty acids: recreating a foraging trip to test dietary predictions in Antarctic fur seals. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 2006. 82: p. 1099-1107.

14. Staniland, I.J., P.N. Trathan, and A.R. Martin, Consequences of prey distributions for the foraging behaviour of top predators, in Management of Marine Ecosystems, I.L. Boyd, S. Wanless, and C.J. Camphuysen, Editors. 2006, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. p. 131-142.

15. Reid, K., D. Davis, and I.J. Staniland, Spatial and temporal variability in the fish diet of Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella) in the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean. Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne De Zoologie, 2006. 84(7): p. 1025-1037.

16. Staniland, I.J., Sexual segregation in seals, in Sexual Segregation in Vertebrates, K.E. Ruckstuhl and P. Neuhaus, Editors. 2005, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. p. 53-73.

17. Staniland, I.J. and D.W. Pond, Investigating the use of milk fatty acids to detect dietary changes: a comparison with faecal analysis in Antarctic fur seals. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2005. 294: p. 283-294.

18. Staniland, I.J., K. Reid, and I.L. Boyd, Comparing individual and spatial influences on foraging behaviour in Antarctic fur seals Arctocephalus gazella. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 2004. 275: p. 263-274.

19. Staniland, I.J. and I.L. Boyd, Variation in the foraging location of Antarctic fur seals (Arctocephalus gazella), the effects on diving behaviour. Marine Mammal Science, 2003. 19(2): p. 331-343.

20. Staniland, I.J., R.I. Taylor, and I.L. Boyd, An enema method for obtaining fecal material from known individual seals on land. Marine Mammal Science, 2003. 19(2): p. 363-370.

21. Staniland, I.J., Investigating the biases in the use of hard prey remains to identify diet composition using Antarctic fur seals (Arctocephalus gazella) in captive feeding trials. Marine Mammal Science, 2002. 18(1): p. 223-243.

22. Barlow, K.E., et al., Are penguins and seals in competition for Antarctic krill at South Georgia? Marine Biology, 2002. 140(2): p. 205-213.

23. Boyd, I.L., I.J. Staniland, and A.R. Martin, Distribution of foraging by female Antarctic fur seals. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 2002. 242: p. 285-294.

24. Staniland, I.J., P.J.B. Hart, and P.J. Bromley, The regurgitation of stomach contents in trawl caught whiting, evidence of a predator size effect. Journal of Fish Biology, 2001. 59(5): p. 1430-1432.

25. Boyd, I.L., et al., Measurement of ocean temperatures using instruments carried by Antarctic fur seals. Journal of Marine Systems, 2001. 27(4): p. 277-288.



CCAMLR papers


Staniland, I.J. (1999) Beach debris survey – Main Bay, Bird Island, South Georgia, 1997/98.CCAMLR-XVIII/BG/6. 15 pages.



Aspey, N.J. and Staniland, I.J. (1999) Entanglement of Antarctic fur seals (Arctocephalus gazella) in manmade debris at Bird Island, South Georgia, during the 1998 winter and1998/99 pup-rearing season. SC-CAMLR-XVIII/BG/5. 20 pages.



Staniland, I.J. (1998) Entanglement of Antarctic fur seals Arctocephalus gazella in man-made debris at Bird Island, South Georgia, during the 1997 winter and 1997/98 pup-rearing season. SC-CAMLR-XVII/BG/11. 22 pages



Staniland, I.J. and Reid, K. (1997) Draft standard methods for monitoring diet in Antarctic fur seals. WG-EMM-97/5. 4 pages.