Items where Author is "Humphries, NE"

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Lea, JSE; Humphries, NE; von Brandis, RG; Clarke, CR; Sims, DW. 2016 Acoustic telemetry and network analysis reveal the space use of multiple reef predators and enhance marine protected area design. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 283 (1834). 20160717. 10.1098/rspb.2016.0717

Sousa, LL; Xavier, R; Costa, V; Humphries, NE; Trueman, C; Rosa, R; Sims, DW; Queiroz, N. 2016 DNA barcoding identifies a cosmopolitan diet in the ocean sunfish. Scientific Reports, 6. 28762. 10.1038/srep28762

Queiroz, N; Humphries, NE; Mucientes, G; Hammerschlag, N; Lima, FP; Scales, KL; Miller, PI; Sousa, LL; Seabra, R; Sims, DW. 2016 Ocean-wide tracking of pelagic sharks reveals extent of overlap with longline fishing hotspots. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113 (6). 10.1073/pnas.1510090113

Sousa, LL; Queiroz, N; Mucientes, G; Humphries, NE; Sims, DW. 2016 Environmental influence on the seasonal movements of satellite-tracked ocean sunfish Mola mola in the north-east Atlantic. Animal Biotelemetry, 4 (1). 10.1186/s40317-016-0099-2

Humphries, NE; Schaefer, KM; Fuller, DW; Phillips, GEM; Wilding, C; Sims, DW. 2016 Scale-dependent to scale-free: daily behavioural switching and optimized searching in a marine predator. Animal Behaviour, 113. 189-201. 10.1016/j.anbehav.2015.12.029

Lea, JSE; Humphries, NE; Clarke, CR; Sims, DW. 2015 To Madagascar and back: long-distance, return migration across open ocean by a pregnant female bull shark Carcharhinus leucas [in special issue: FSBI Symposium. University of Plymouth, U.K. 27–31 July 2015] Journal of Fish Biology, 87 (6). 1313-1321. 10.1111/jfb.12805

Lea, JSE; Wetherbee, BM; Queiroz, N; Burnie, N; Aming, C; Sousa, LL; Mucientes, GR; Humphries, NE; Harvey, GM; Sims, DW; Shivji, MS. 2015 Repeated, long-distance migrations by a philopatric predator targeting highly contrasting ecosystems. Scientific Reports, 5. 11202. 10.1038/srep11202

Humphries, NE. 2015 Why Lévy Foraging does not need to be ‘unshackled’ from Optimal Foraging Theory. Physics of Life Reviews, 14. 102-104. 10.1016/j.plrev.2015.05.001

Humphries, NE; Sims, DW. 2014 Optimal foraging strategies: Lévy walks balance searching and patch exploitation under a very broad range of conditions. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 358. 179-193. 10.1016/j.jtbi.2014.05.032

Kelly, R; Lundy, MG; Mineur, F; Harrod, C; Maggs, CA; Humphries, NE; Sims, DW; Reid, N. 2014 Historical data reveal power-law dispersal patterns of invasive aquatic species.. Ecography, 37 (6). 581-590. 10.1111/j.1600-0587.2013.00296.x

Wearmouth, VJ; McHugh, MJ; Humphries, NE; Naegelen, A; Ahmed, MZ; Southall, EJ; Reynolds, AM; Sims, DW. 2014 Scaling laws of ambush predator 'waiting' behaviour are tuned to a common ecology. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 281 (1782). 20132997. 10.1098/rspb.2013.2997

Humphries, NE; Weimerskirch, H; Sims, DW; Freckleton, R. 2013 A new approach for objective identification of turns and steps in organism movement data relevant to random walk modelling. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. n/a-n/a. 10.1111/2041-210x.12096

Humphries, NE; Weimerskirch, H; Queiroz, N; Southall, EJ; Sims, DW. 2012 Foraging success of biological Levy flights recorded in situ. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109 (19). 7169-7174. 10.1073/pnas.1121201109

Humphries, NE; Queiroz, N; Dyer, JRM; Pade, NG; Musyl, MK; Schaefer, KM; Fuller, DW; Brunnschweiler, JM; Doyle, TK; Houghton, JDR; Hays, GC; Jones, CS; Noble, LR; Wearmouth, VJ; Southall, EJ; Sims, DW. 2010 Environmental context explains Lévy and Brownian movement patterns of marine predators. Nature, 465 (7301). 1066-1069. 10.1038/nature09116

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