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E4 DTP: Diet analyses of Antarctic fur seals to inform ecosystem-based management of South Georgia fisheries


College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine

About the Project

Project description: https://www.ed.ac.uk/e4-dtp/how-to-apply/our-projects?item=1335

Apply by Thu Jan 07 2021 at 12:00

Funding Notes

Application procedures: View Website

References

Deagle B.E, Tollit D.J. (2007). Quantitative analysis of prey DNA in pinniped faeces: potential to estimate diet composition? Conservation Genetics 8:743–747.

Jones, K.A., Ratcliffe, N., Votier, S.C. et al. (2020). Intra-specific niche partitioning in Antarctic fur seals, Arctocephalus gazella. Scientific Reports 10: 3238.

Handley J, Pearmain EJ, Carneiro AP, Hazin C, Phillips R, Ratcliffe N, Staniland I, Clay T, Hall J, Scheffer A, Fedak M, Boehme L, Pütz K, Belchier M, Boyd I, Trathan P, Dias M (2020) Evaluating the effectiveness of a large multi-use MPA in protecting Key Biodiversity Areas for marine predators. Diversity and Distributions 26 doi 10.1111/ddi.13041

Hindell M.A., Bradshaw C.J.A., Harcourt R.G., Guinet C. (2003). Ecosystem monitoring: are seals a potential tool for monitoring change in marine systems? In: Marine Mammals. Fisheries, Tourism and Management Issues (pp.330-343). Editors: N. Gales, M.A. Hindell, R. Kirkwood. CSIRO Publishing.

Sousa L.L., Marques Silva S., Xavier R. (2019). DNA metabarcoding in diet studies: Unveiling ecological aspects in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. Environmental DNA 1: 199-2014.

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