Dr Catriona Harris:
Research Fellow

Dr Catriona Harris

Dr Catriona Harris
The Observatory
Buchanan Gardens
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 9LZ

tel: 01334 461831
fax: 01334 461800
room: 208

Related Content:

Centre for Research into Ecological & Environmental Modelling
Sea Mammal Research Unit
Public Engagement Committee
School of Biology
National Centre for Statistical Ecology
Scottish Oceans Institute

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Research Interests

  • Impact of anthropogenic noise on marine mammals and the development of methods for modelling the distribution of marine mammals across space for risk mitigation purposes, for quantitatively assessing cumulative risk associated with noise exposure, and for analysing behavioural responses to sound.
  • Landscape, population and spatial ecology within the disciplines of marine mammal ecology, invasive species ecology and epidemiology.
  • Development of spatially-explicit models for the prediction of spread of invasive species and diseases.



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Recent Publications:

5 (of 37 /dk/atira/pure/researchoutput/status/published available) for cms11 (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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Assessing population-level effects of anthropogenic disturbance on a marine mammal population Rebecca A Dunlop, Janelle Braithwaite, Lars O Mortensen, Catriona M Harris
Frontiers in Marine Science 2021 vol. 8
Changes in the movement and calling behavior of minke whales (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) in response to navy training Ian Noel Durbach, Catriona M Harris, Cameron Martin, Tyler A. Helble, E. Elizabeth Henderson, Glenn Ierley, Len Thomas, Stephen W. Martin
Frontiers in Marine Science 2021 vol. 8
A decision framework to identify populations that are most vulnerable to the population level effects of disturbance John Harwood, Ruth Joy, Catriona M Harris
Conservation Science and Practice 2020 vol. 2
dsmextra Phil Bouchet, David Lawrence Miller, Jason Roberts, Laura Mannocci, Catriona M Harris, Len Thomas
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2020 vol. 11 pp. 1464-1469