In his papers, Grant Ballard integrates diverse fields, such as Ecosystem and Environmental resource management. Grant Ballard integrates Environmental resource management with Biodiversity in his study. His study deals with a combination of Biodiversity and Global biodiversity. His work on Pedagogy is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Tracking (education). His Pedagogy research extends to the thematically linked field of Tracking (education). His study deals with a combination of Apex predator and Predation. Grant Ballard integrates several fields in his works, including Predation and Apex predator. Grant Ballard conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Ecology and Oceanography through his research. He conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Oceanography and Ecology.
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Data-intensive Science: A New Paradigm for Biodiversity Studies
Adélie penguin population change in the pacific sector of Antarctica: relation to sea-ice extent and the Antarctic Circumpolar Current
P. R. Wilson;D. G. Ainley;N. Nur;S. S. Jacobs.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2001)
GEOGRAPHIC STRUCTURE OF ADÉLIE PENGUIN POPULATIONS: OVERLAP IN COLONY-SPECIFIC FORAGING AREAS
Ecological Monographs (2004)
Competition among penguins and cetaceans reveals trophic cascades in the western Ross Sea, Antarctica
Diet and foraging effort of Adelie penguins in relation to pack-ice conditions in the southern Ross Sea
Polar Biology (1998)
Spatial and temporal variation of diet within a presumed metapopulation of Adelie penguins
David G. Ainley;Grant Ballard;Kerry J. Barton;Brian J. Karl.
The Condor (2003)
Effects of individual quality, reproductive success and environmental variability on survival of a long-lived seabird.
Journal of Animal Ecology (2009)
Paradigm lost, or is top-down forcing no longer significant in the Antarctic marine ecosystem?
David Ainley;Grant Ballard;Steve Ackley;Louise K. Blight.
Antarctic Science (2007)
An energetic correlate between colony size and foraging effort in seabirds, an example of the Adélie penguinPygoscelis adeliae
Lisa T. Ballance;David G. Ainley;Grant Ballard;Kerry Barton.
Journal of Avian Biology (2009)
Working less to gain more: when breeding quality relates to foraging efficiency
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