James Jeffrey Waggitt
James Jeffrey Waggitt
Lecturer in Marine Biology, Bangor University
Verified email at bangor.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Sex-specific foraging behaviour in northern gannets Morus bassanus: incidence and implications
C Stauss, S Bearhop, TW Bodey, S Garthe, C Gunn, WJ Grecian, R Inger, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 457, 151-162, 2012
A self-contained subsea platform for acoustic monitoring of the environment around Marine Renewable Energy Devices–Field deployments at wave and tidal energy sites in Orkneyá…
BJ Williamson, P Blondel, E Armstrong, PS Bell, C Hall, JJ Waggitt, ...
IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering 41 (1), 67-81, 2015
Confusion reigns? A review of marine megafauna interactions with tidal-stream environments
S Benjamins, AC Dale, G Hastie, JJ Waggitt, MA Lea, B Scott, B Wilson
Oceanography and marine biology 53, 1-54, 2015
Using a spatial overlap approach to estimate the risk of collisions between deep diving seabirds and tidal stream turbines: A review of potential methods and approaches
JJ Waggitt, BE Scott
Marine Policy 44, 90-97, 2014
Seabirds and marine renewables: Are we asking the right questions?
BE Scott, R Langton, E Philpott, JJ Waggitt
Marine renewable energy technology and environmental interactions, 81-92, 2014
Quantifying pursuit-diving seabirds’ associations with fine-scale physical features in tidal stream environments
JJ Waggitt, Cazenave, P.W, R Torres, BJ Williamson, BE Scott
Journal Of Applied Ecology, 2016
Multisensor Acoustic Tracking of Fish and Seabird Behavior Around Tidal Turbine Structures in Scotland
B Williamson, S Fraser, P Blondel, P Bell, J Waggitt, B Scott
IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, 1-18, 2017
An evaluation of the use of shore-based surveys for estimating spatial overlap between deep-diving seabirds and tidal stream turbines
JJ Waggitt, PS Bell, BE Scott
International Journal of Marine Energy 8, 36-49, 2014
Research priorities for assessing potential impacts of emerging marine renewable energy technologies: Insights from developments in Wales (UK)
RC Roche, K Walker-Springett, PE Robins, J Jones, G Veneruso, ...
Renewable Energy 99, 1327-1341, 2016
Predictable hydrodynamic conditions explain temporal variations in the density of benthic foraging seabirds in a tidal stream environment
J Waggitt, P Cazenave, R Torres, B Williamson, B Scott
ICES Journal Of Marine Science, 2016
Testing for sub-colony variation in seabird foraging behaviour: ecological and methodological consequences for understanding colonial living
JJ Waggitt, M Briffa, WJ Grecian, J Newton, SC Patrick, C Stauss, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 498, 275-285, 2014
Regional-scale patterns in harbour porpoise occupancy of tidal stream environments
JJ Waggitt, HK Dunn, PGH Evans, JG Hiddink, LJ Holmes, E Keen, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 75 (2), 701-710, 2017
Trade-offs in marine protection: multispecies interactions within a community-led temperate marine reserve
LM Howarth, P Dubois, P Gratton, M Judge, B Christie, JJ Waggitt, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 (1), 263-276, 2016
Fine-scale hydrodynamic metrics underlying predator occupancy patterns in tidal stream environments
L Lieber, WAM Nimmo-Smith, JJ Waggitt, L Kregting
Ecological indicators 94, 397-408, 2018
Comparative studies reveal variability in the use of tidal stream environments by seabirds
JJ Waggitt, AMC Robbins, HM Wade, EA Masden, RW Furness, ...
Marine Policy 81, 143-152, 2017
The Ornithodolite as a tool to quantify animal space use and habitat selection: a case study with birds diving in tidal waters
EL Cole, JJ Waggitt, A Hedenstrom, M Piano, MD Holton, L BÍRGER, ...
Integrative zoology 14 (1), 4-16, 2019
Effects of bottom trawling and primary production on the composition of biological traits in benthic assemblages
LM Howarth, JJ Waggitt, SG Bolam, J Eggleton, PJ Somerfield, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 602, 31-48, 2018
Combined measurements of prey availability explain habitat selection in foraging seabirds
JJ Waggitt, PW Cazenave, LM Howarth, PGH Evans, J van der Kooij, ...
Biology letters 14 (8), 20180348, 2018
Localised anthropogenic wake generates a predictable foraging hotspot for top predators
L Lieber, WAM Nimmo-Smith, JJ Waggitt, L Kregting
Communications biology 2 (1), 123, 2019
Matches and mismatches between seabird distributions estimated from at-sea surveys and concurrent individual-level tracking
PGH Evans, M Bolton, M Carroll, E Wakefield, E Scragg, E Owen, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 333, 2019
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