Anthony J Gaston
Anthony J Gaston
Research Scientist Emeritus, Environment Canada
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The auks: alcidae
AJ Gaston, IL Jones
(No Title), 1998
The evolution of group territorial behavior and cooperative breeding
AJ Gaston
The American Naturalist 112 (988), 1091-1100, 1978
Individual specialization in diet by a generalist marine predator reflects specialization in foraging behaviour
KJ Woo, KH Elliott, M Davidson, AJ Gaston, GK Davoren
Journal of Animal Ecology 77 (6), 1082-1091, 2008
The Thick-billed Murres of Prince Leopold Island: A study of the breeding ecology of a colonial High Arctic seabird
AJ Gaston, DN Nettleship
Environment Canada, Canadian Wildlife Service: Available by mail from …, 1981
Foraging behavior and physiological adaptation for diving in thick‐billed murres
DA Croll, AJ Gaston, AE Burger, D Konnoff
Ecology 73 (1), 344-356, 1992
Seabirds: a natural history
AJ Gaston
(No Title), 2004
Multicolony tracking reveals the winter distribution of a pelagic seabird on an ocean basin scale
M Frederiksen, B Moe, F Daunt, RA Phillips, RT Barrett, MI Bogdanova, ...
Diversity and distributions 18 (6), 530-542, 2012
Climate change, ice conditions and reproduction in an Arctic nesting marine bird: Brunnich's guillemot (Uria lomvia L.)
AJ Gaston, HG Gilchrist, JM Hipfner
Journal of Animal Ecology, 832-841, 2005
High flight costs, but low dive costs, in auks support the biomechanical hypothesis for flightlessness in penguins
KH Elliott, RE Ricklefs, AJ Gaston, SA Hatch, JR Speakman, GK Davoren
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (23), 9380-9384, 2013
A natural experiment on the impact of overabundant deer on songbird populations
S Allombert, AJ Gaston, JL Martin
Biological Conservation 126 (1), 1-13, 2005
Thick-billed Murre: Uria Lomvia
AJ Gaston, JM Hipfner
Birds of North America, 2000
Trends in forage fish populations in northern Hudson Bay since 1981, as determined from the diet of nestling thick-billed murres Uria lomvia
AJ Gaston, K Woo, JM Hipfner
Arctic, 227-233, 2003
Central-place foraging in an Arctic seabird provides evidence for Storer-Ashmole's halo
KH Elliott, KJ Woo, AJ Gaston, S Benvenuti, L Dall'Antonia, GK Davoren
The Auk 126 (3), 613-625, 2009
Arctic Biodiversity Assesment. Synthesis
H Meltofte, T Barry, D Berteaux, H Bültmann, JS Christiansen, JA Cook, ...
Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), 2013
The effect of age on timing of breeding and reproductive success in the thick‐billed murre
LN de Forest, AJ Gaston
Ecology 77 (5), 1501-1511, 1996
TheAncient Murrelet: A Natural History in the Queen Charlotte Islands
AJ Gaston
A&C Black, 2010
Top-down and bottom-up consequences of unchecked ungulate browsing on plant and animal diversity in temperate forests: lessons from a deer introduction
JL Martin, SA Stockton, S Allombert, AJ Gaston
Biological Invasions 12, 353-371, 2010
Social behaviour within groups of jungle babblers (Turdoides striatus)
AJ Gaston
Animal Behaviour 25, 828-848, 1977
Seabird foraging behaviour indicates prey type
KH Elliott, K Woo, AJ Gaston, S Benvenuti, L Dall’Antonia, GK Davoren
Marine Ecology Progress Series 354, 289-303, 2008
Changes in Canadian seabird populations and ecology since 1970 in relation to changes in oceanography and food webs
AJ Gaston, DF Bertram, AW Boyne, JW Chardine, G Davoren, ...
Environmental Reviews 17 (NA), 267-286, 2009
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