Aonghais Cook
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Seabird foraging ranges as a preliminary tool for identifying candidate Marine Protected Areas
CB Thaxter, B Lascelles, K Sugar, ASCP Cook, S Roos, M Bolton, ...
Biological Conservation 156, 53-61, 2012
Observed and predicted effects of climate change on species abundance in protected areas
A Johnston, M Ausden, AM Dodd, RB Bradbury, DE Chamberlain, ...
Nature Climate Change 3 (12), 1055-1061, 2013
An evaluation of techniques to control problem bird species on landfill sites
A Cook, S Rushton, J Allan, A Baxter
Environmental management 41 (6), 834-843, 2008
Modelling flight heights of marine birds to more accurately assess collision risk with offshore wind turbines
A Johnston, ASCP Cook, LJ Wright, EM Humphreys, NHK Burton
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (1), 31-41, 2014
Avian collision risk models for wind energy impact assessments
EA Masden, A Cook
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 56, 43-49, 2016
A review of flight heights and avoidance rates of birds in relation to offshore wind farms
A Cook, A Johnston, LJ Wright, NHK Burton
BTO Research Report 618, 1-61, 2012
Indicators of seabird reproductive performance demonstrate the impact of commercial fisheries on seabird populations in the North Sea
ASCP Cook, D Dadam, I Mitchell, VH Ross-Smith, RA Robinson
Ecological indicators 38, 1-11, 2014
The avoidance rates of collision between birds and offshore turbines
A Cook, EM Humphreys, EA Masden, NHK Burton
BTO Research Report, 2014
Modelling the abundance and distribution of marine birds accounting for uncertain species identification
A Johnston, CB Thaxter, GE Austin, ASCP Cook, EM Humphreys, DA Still, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 52 (1), 150-160, 2015
Quantifying avian avoidance of offshore wind turbines: current evidence and key knowledge gaps
ASCP Cook, EM Humphreys, F Bennet, EA Masden, NHK Burton
Marine environmental research 140, 278-288, 2018
Reconciling policy with ecological requirements in biodiversity monitoring
ASCP Cook, M Parsons, I Mitchell, RA Robinson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 434, 267-277, 2011
Implicit assumptions underlying simple harvest models of marine bird populations can mislead environmental management decisions
SH O'Brien, ASCP Cook, RA Robinson
Journal of environmental management 201, 163-171, 2017
Towards a framework for quantifying the population-level consequences of anthropogenic pressures on the environment: the case of seabirds and windfarms.
ASCP Cook, RA Robinson
Journal of Environmental Management 190, 113-121, 2017
How Representative is the Current Monitoring of Breeding Seabirds in the UK?.
A Cook, RA Robinson
British Trust for Ornithology, 2010
Identifying a range of options to prevent or reduce avian collision with offshore wind farms using a UK-based case study
A Cook, VH Ross-Smith, S Roos, NHK Burton, N Beale, C Coleman, ...
BTO Research Report 580, 2011
Wetland Bird Survey alerts 2009/2010: changes in numbers of wintering waterbirds in the constituent countries of the United Kingdom, Special Protection Areas (SPAs) and Sites …
A Cook, C Barimore, CA Holt, WJ Read, GE Austin
BTO Research Report 641, 2013
Assessing the risk of offshore wind farm development to migratory birds designated as features of UK Special Protection Areas (and other Annex 1 species)
LJ Wright, VH Ross-Smith, GE Austin, D Massimino, D Dadam, A Cook, ...
BTO Research Report 592, 2012
Testing sensitivity of metrics of seabird population response to offshore wind farm effects
A Cook, RA Robinson
Joint Nature Conservation Committee, 2016
A review of marine bird diving behaviour: assessing underwater collision risk with tidal turbines
A Robbins, C Thaxter, A Cook, R Furness, F Daunt, E Masden
2nd International Conference on Environmental Interactions of Marine …, 2014
Review and application of statistical techniques to model the at-sea distributions of breeding sandwich terns
C Baxter, ASCP Cook, A Johnston, NHK Burton
British Trust for Ornithology, 2011
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