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Prof John Harwood:
Professor



Population and Conservation Biology


Effects of individual variation and spatial structure on the population dynamics, genetics and epidemiology of vertebrates, particularly marine mammals. Interactions between anthropogenic activities and ecosystem function.

 



Population and Conservation Biology : Effects of individual variation and spatial structure on the population dynamics, genetics and epidemiology of vertebrates, particularly marine mammals. Interactions between anthropogenic activities and ecosystem function.

Research groups:

CREEM : http://creem2.st-andrews.ac.uk/

NERC Sea Mammal Research Unit

source: symbiosis


Recent Publications:

5 (of 73 /dk/atira/pure/researchoutput/status/published available) for jh17 (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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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
Methods for monitoring for the population consequences of disturbance in marine mammals Rachael R. Sinclair, John Harwood
Frontiers in Marine Science 2020 vol. 7
Anthropogenic disturbance in a changing environment Enrico Pirotta, Marc Mangel, Daniel P. Costa, Jeremy Goldbogen, John Harwood, Vincent Hin, Ladd M. Irvine, Bruce R. Mate, Elizabeth A. McHuron, Daniel M. Palacios, Lisa K. Schwarz, Leslie Frances New
Oikos 2019 vol. 128 pp. 1340-1357
Bio-energetic modeling of medium-sized cetaceans shows high sensitivity to disturbance in seasons of low resource supply Vincent Hin, John Harwood, André M. de Roos
Ecological Applications 2019 vol. 29
Modelling the population size and dynamics of the British grey seal Len Thomas, Debbie JF Russell, Callan David Duck, Chris Morris, Mike Lonergan, David Thompson, John Harwood
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 2019 vol. 29 pp. 6-23