His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Uria lomvia, Arctic, Predation and Seabird. His studies in Ecology integrate themes in fields like Sea ice and Reproductive success. His Uria lomvia research incorporates themes from Fledge, Zoology, Oceanography and Vital rates.
His Arctic research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Aquatic environment, Debris, Climate change and Population model. Anthony J. Gaston interconnects Habitat, Aegithalos caudatus, Nest, Flock and Woodland in the investigation of issues within Predation. In his study, Capelin is strongly linked to Fishery, which falls under the umbrella field of Seabird.
His main research concerns Ecology, Uria lomvia, Arctic, Seabird and Zoology. His study ties his expertise on Reproductive success together with the subject of Ecology. Anthony J. Gaston usually deals with Uria lomvia and limits it to topics linked to Bay and Capelin.
His Arctic study combines topics in areas such as Sea ice, Climate change, Fishery and Northern fulmar. In the field of Seabird, his study on Rissa tridactyla overlaps with subjects such as Ornithology. His research in Zoology tackles topics such as Synthliboramphus which are related to areas like Colombie britannique.
Anthony J. Gaston focuses on Ecology, Arctic, Uria lomvia, Seabird and Zoology. His Fishery research extends to the thematically linked field of Ecology. His work investigates the relationship between Fishery and topics such as Synthliboramphus that intersect with problems in China.
His work carried out in the field of Arctic brings together such families of science as Fulmar, Climate change, North Atlantic oscillation and Environmental protection. His Uria lomvia research includes themes of Bay, Rissa tridactyla, Pelagic zone, Kittiwake and Food web. His Seabird study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Habitat and Wildlife.
Anthony J. Gaston mainly focuses on Ecology, Uria lomvia, Seabird, Arctic and Rissa tridactyla. Anthony J. Gaston regularly ties together related areas like Reproductive success in his Ecology studies. His Uria lomvia research incorporates elements of Basal metabolic rate, Seasonal breeder, Pelagic zone and Physiology.
He has included themes like Congener, Fishery and Habitat in his Seabird study. His Arctic research includes elements of Fulmar, Bay, Wildlife, Climate change and Food web. His work in Rissa tridactyla addresses subjects such as Kittiwake, which are connected to disciplines such as Animal ecology.
This overview was generated by a machine learning system which analysed the scientist’s body of work. If you have any feedback, you can contact us here.
The Petrels: Their Ecology and Breeding Systems
Anthony J. Gaston;J. Warham.
The Auks: Alcidae
D. N. Nettleship;A. J. Gaston;I. L. Jones.
The Evolution of Group Territorial Behavior and Cooperative Breeding
A. J. Gaston.
The American Naturalist (1978)
The thick-billed murres of Prince Leopold Island
A. J Gaston.
Individual specialization in diet by a generalist marine predator reflects specialization in foraging behaviour
Kerry J. Woo;Kyle Hamish Elliott;Melissa Davidson;Anthony J. Gaston;Anthony J. Gaston.
Journal of Animal Ecology (2008)
Foraging Behavior and Physiological Adaptation for Diving in Thick‐Billed Murres
Donald A. Croll;Anthony J. Gaston;Alan E. Burger;Daniel Konnoff.
Seabirds: A Natural History
Anthony J. Gaston.
Climate change, ice conditions and reproduction in an Arctic nesting marine bird: Brunnich's guillemot (Uria lomvia L.)
Anthony J. Gaston;H. Grant Gilchrist;J. Mark Hipfner.
Journal of Animal Ecology (2005)
Multicolony tracking reveals the winter distribution of a pelagic seabird on an ocean basin scale
Morten Frederiksen;Børge Moe;Francis Daunt;Richard A. Phillips.
Diversity and Distributions (2012)
Thick-billed Murre (Uria lomvia)
Anthony J. Gaston;J. Mark Hipfner;A. Poole;F. Gill.
The Birds of North America Online (2000)
If you think any of the details on this page are incorrect, let us know.
We appreciate your kind effort to assist us to improve this page, it would be helpful providing us with as much detail as possible in the text box below: