Publications

Moving at the speed of flight: dabbling duck movement

rates and the relationship with electronic tracking interval

 

Fiona McDuie* , Michael L. Casazza, David Keiter, Cory T. Overton, Mark P. Herzog, Cliff L. Feldheim and Joshua T. Ackerman

Wildlife Research, 2019. in press  

GPS tracking data reveals daily spatiotemporal

movement patterns of waterfowl

 

Fiona McDuie* , Michael L. Casazza, Cory T. Overton, Mark P. Herzog, C. Alexander Hartman,

Sarah H. Peterson, Cliff L. Feldheim and Joshua T. Ackerman

Movement Ecology, 2019., Vol. 7:6: 1-17; doi.org/10.1186/s40462-019-0146-8  

GPS tracking reveals waterfowl movement
McDuie et al 2019 GPS tracking reveals w
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Oceanographic drivers of near-colony seabird

foraging site use in tropical marine systems

 

F McDuie*, S J Weeks & B C. Congdon

Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2018, Vol. 589: 209–225; doi.org/10.3354/meps12475  

Drivers of near-colony seabird foraging site use
McDuie et al 2018 - Drivers of near-colo
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Importance of tropical tuna for seabird foraging over

a marine productivity gradient

 

Mark G. R. Miller*, Nicholas Carlile, Joe Scutt Phillips, Fiona McDuie,

Bradley C. Congdon

Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2018, Vol. 586: 233-39; doi.org/10.3354/meps12376

Importance of tropical tuna for seabirds
Miller et al 2018 - Importance of tropic
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Trans-equatorial migration and non-breeding habitat of tropical shearwaters: implications for modelling pelagic Important Bird Areas

 

Fiona McDuie & Bradley C. Congdon

Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2016, Vol. 550: 219-234;  doi: 10.3354/meps11713  

Trans-equatorial migration of tropical shearwaters
McDuie & Congdon 2016 Trans-equatorial m
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Breeding tropical shearwaters use distant foraging sites when self-provisioning

 

F McDuie*, M G R Miller, S J Weeks, B C Congdon

Marine Ornithology, 2015. Vol 43: 123-129.

Tropical Shearwaters use distant foraging sites
McDuie et al 2015 - Breeding tropical Sh
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Divergence in chick developmental patterns among wedge-tailed shearwater populations

 

Fiona McDuie, William Goulding, Darren R. Peck, Bradley C. Congdon

Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2013. 485: 275-285  - doi:10.3354/meps10322

McDuie et al. 2013
Divergence in chick developmental patter
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Mouvements en mer des puffins fouquets
reproducteurs de la colonie de Gouaro Deva (Nouvelle-Calédonie) : compte rendu de mission, 25 février –14 mars 2014. 

 

Borsa P., Corbeau A., McDuie F., Renaudet L., Weimerskirch H.

HAL archives-ouverts,fr.IRD, Noumea: 26pp (2014) -  http://hal.ird.fr/ird-01096684

Borsa et al. 2014
PUFFINS_Rapport de fin de mission_201409
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Bridging the gap from student to senior scientist: recommendations for engaging early-career scientists in professional biological societies. 

 

Grant R.W. Humphries, Scott A. Flemming, Amanda J. Gladics, Sjurdur Hammer, Kirk A. Hart, Kazuhiko Hirata, Michelle Antolos, Peter J. Kappes, Ellen Magnusdottir, Heather L. Major, Fiona Mcduie, Kristina Mcomber, Rachael A. Orben, Moritz S. Schmid & Michelle Wille

Marine Ornithology, 2016, Vol. 44: 157-166 - www.marineornithology.org/PDF/44_2/44_2_157-166.pdf

 

Humphries et al 2016 - BRIDGING THE GAP
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