Dr Jacqueline L. Maud
Dr Jacqueline L. Maud
Postdoctoral Fellow at Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries, University of British Columbia
Verified email at pml.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Comparative evaluation of pesticide risk indices for policy development and assessment in the United Kingdom
J Maud, G Edwards-Jones, F Quin
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 86 (1), 59-73, 2001
512001
Questioning the role of phenology shifts and trophic mismatching in a planktonic food web
A Atkinson, RA Harmer, CE Widdicombe, AJ McEvoy, TJ Smyth, ...
Progress in oceanography 137, 498-512, 2015
312015
Filose for svenning: A flow sensing bioinspired robot
M Kruusmaa, P Fiorini, W Megill, M de Vittorio, O Akanyeti, F Visentin, ...
IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine 21 (3), 51-62, 2014
252014
How does Calanus helgolandicus maintain its population in a variable environment? Analysis of a 25-year time series from the English Channel
JL Maud, A Atkinson, AG Hirst, PK Lindeque, CE Widdicombe, RA Harmer, ...
Progress in oceanography 137, 513-523, 2015
112015
Impacts of climate change on pollution (estuarine and coastal)
D Sheahan, J Maud, A Wither, C Moffat, C Engelke
MCCIP Science Review 4, 244-251, 2013
92013
The combined effects of seasonal community succession and adaptive algal physiology on lipid profiles of coastal phytoplankton in the Western English Channel
DA White, CE Widdicombe, PJ Somerfield, RL Airs, GA Tarran, JL Maud, ...
Marine Chemistry 177, 638-652, 2015
82015
FILOSE for Svenning A Flow Sensing Bioinspired Robot
O Akanyeti, JC Brown, LD Chambers, H el Daou, MC Fiazza, P Fiorini, ...
IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine 21 (3), 51-62, 2014
82014
The distribution and abundance of mysid shrimp as the primary prey of the grey whale (Eschrichtius robustus) at Cape Caution, British Columbia
JL Maud
School of Ocean Sciences, 2008
52008
Mortality of Calanus helgolandicus: Sources, differences between the sexes and consumptive and nonconsumptive processes
JL Maud, AG Hirst, A Atkinson, PK Lindeque, AJ McEvoy
Limnology and Oceanography 63 (4), 1741-1761, 2018
12018
Calanus helgolandicus in the western English Channel: population dynamics and the role of mortality
JL Maud
Queen Mary University of London, 2017
2017
Predator-prey cycling in grey whales off British Columbia
JL Maud, W Megill, LL Stelle
2009 Annual Meeting of the European Cetacean Society, 2009
2009
A" switching" predator in a changing ocean: Is predator-prey cycling in grey whales feeding near Cape Caution, BC, sustainable?
JL Maud, LL Stelle, W Megill
2008 meeting of the American Cetacean Society, 2008
2008
Grey whales-population trends, prey and acoustics.
J Wladichuk, W Megill, JL Maud, LL Stelle
Annual British Columbia Marine Mammal Symposium, UBC, 2008
2008
Grey whales as switching predators in a tertiary feeding area
JL Maud, WM Megill
Annual meeting of the European Cetacean Society, 2008
2008
FILOSE: a svenning robot
O Akanyeti, JC Brown, LD Chambers, H el Daou, C Fiazza, P Fiorini, ...
MCCIP ARC Science Review 2010-11 The potential impacts of climate change on estuarine and coastal pollution
D SHEAHAN, J MAUD, A WITHER, C MOFFAT
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