Publications by: Fiona McDuie

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Miller, Mark G.R., Carlile, Nicholas, Phillips, Joe Scutt, McDuie, Fiona, and Congdon, Bradley C. (2018) The importance of tropical tuna for seabirds foraging over a marine productivity gradient. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 586. pp. 233-249.

McDuie, Fiona, Weeks, Scarla J., and Congdon, Bradley C. (2018) Oceanographic drivers of near-colony seabird foraging site use in tropical marine systems. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 589. pp. 209-225.

Humphries, Grant R.W., Flemming, Scott A., Gladics, Amanda J., Hammer, Sjurdur, Hart, Kirk A., Hirata, Kazuhiko, Antolos, Michelle, Kappes, Peter J., Magnusdottir, Ellen, Major, Heather L., McDuie, Fiona, McOmber, Kristina, Orben, Rachael A., Schmid, Moritz S., and Wille, Michelle (2016) Bridging the gap from student to senior scientist: recommendations for engaging early-career scientists in professional biological societies. Marine Ornithology, 44 (2). pp. 157-166.

McDuie, Fiona (2016) Critical foraging locations and oceanographic relationships for Great Barrier Reef breeding seabirds. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

McDuie, Fiona , and Congdon, Bradley C. (2016) Trans-equatorial migration and non-breeding habitat of tropical shearwaters: implications for modelling pelagic important bird areas. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 550. pp. 219-234.

McDuie, Fiona, Weeks, Scarla J., Miller, Mark G.R., and Congdon, Bradley C. (2015) Breeding tropical shearwaters use distant foraging sites when self-provisioning. Marine Ornithology, 43. pp. 123-129.

McDuie, Fiona, Goulding, William, Peck, Darren R., and Congdon, Bradley C. (2013) Divergence in chick developmental patterns among wedge-tailed shearwater populations. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 485. pp. 275-285.

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