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David W. Sims
David W. Sims
Professor of Marine Ecology, Marine Biological Association Lab and University of Southampton, UK
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Scaling laws of marine predator search behaviour
DW Sims, EJ Southall, NE Humphries, GC Hays, CJA Bradshaw, ...
Nature 451 (7182), 1098-1102, 2008
10372008
Environmental context explains LÚvy and Brownian movement patterns of marine predators
NE Humphries, N Queiroz, JRM Dyer, NG Pade, MK Musyl, KM Schaefer, ...
Nature 465 (7301), 1066-1069, 2010
9382010
Travelling through a warming world: climate change and migratory species
RA Robinson, HQP Crick, JA Learmonth, IMD Maclean, CD Thomas, ...
Endangered species research 7 (2), 87-99, 2009
4302009
Key questions in marine megafauna movement ecology
GC Hays, LC Ferreira, AMM Sequeira, MG Meekan, CM Duarte, H Bailey, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (6), 463-475, 2016
4182016
Selective foraging behaviour of basking sharks on zooplankton in a small-scale front
DW Sims, VA Quayle
Nature 393 (6684), 460-464, 1998
3801998
Using continuous plankton recorder data
AJ Richardson, AW Walne, AWG John, TD Jonas, JA Lindley, DW Sims, ...
Progress in Oceanography 68 (1), 27-74, 2006
3782006
Long-term oceanographic and ecological research in the Western English Channel.
AJ Southward, O Langmead, NJ Hardman-Mountford, J Aiken, GT Boalch, ...
Advances in marine biology 47, 1-105, 2005
3712005
Sexual segregation in marine fish, reptiles, birds and mammals: behaviour patterns, mechanisms and conservation implications
VJ Wearmouth, DW Sims
Advances in marine biology 54, 107-170, 2008
3702008
Foraging success of biological LÚvy flights recorded in situ
NE Humphries, H Weimerskirch, N Queiroz, EJ Southall, DW Sims
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (19), 7169-7174, 2012
3672012
Biology of sharks and their relatives
JC Carrier, JA Musick, MR Heithaus
CRC press, 2012
3152012
Regional climatic warming drives long–term community changes of British marine fish
MJ Genner, DW Sims, VJ Wearmouth, EJ Southall, AJ Southward, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 2004
2992004
Hunt warm, rest cool: bioenergetic strategy underlying diel vertical migration of a benthic shark
DW Sims, VJ Wearmouth, EJ Southall, JM Hill, P Moore, K Rawlinson, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 75 (1), 176-190, 2006
2972006
Sexual segregation in vertebrates
K Ruckstuhl, P Neuhaus
Cambridge University Press, 2006
2802006
Movements and activity of male and female dogfish in a tidal sea lough: alternative behavioural strategies and apparent sexual segregation
D Sims, J Nash, D Morritt
Marine Biology 139 (6), 1165-1175, 2001
2582001
Habitat-specific normal and reverse diel vertical migration in the plankton-feeding basking shark
DW Sims, EJ Southall, GA Tarling, JD Metcalfe
Journal of Animal Ecology, 755-761, 2005
2552005
Seasonal movements and behaviour of basking sharks from archival tagging: no evidence of winter hibernation
DW Sims, EJ Southall, AJ Richardson, PC Reid, JD Metcalfe
Marine Ecology Progress Series 248, 187-196, 2003
2542003
Continental shelf-wide response of a fish assemblage to rapid warming of the sea
SD Simpson, S Jennings, MP Johnson, JL Blanchard, PJ Sch÷n, ...
Current Biology 21 (18), 1565-1570, 2011
2492011
Low‐temperature‐driven early spawning migration of a temperate marine fish
DW Sims, VJ Wearmouth, MJ Genner, AJ Southward, SJ Hawkins
Journal of Animal Ecology 73 (2), 333-341, 2004
2452004
Metabolic trade-off between locomotion and detoxification for maintenance of blood chemistry and growth parameters by rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) during chronic dietaryá…
RD Handy, DW Sims, A Giles, HA Campbell, MM Musonda
Aquatic Toxicology 47 (1), 23-41, 1999
2321999
Encounter success of free-ranging marine predator movements across a dynamic prey landscape
DW Sims, MJ Witt, AJ Richardson, EJ Southall, JD Metcalfe
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1591), 1195-1201, 2006
2292006
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