Publications by: Mark G.R. Miller

Also publishes as (M.G.R. Miller, Mark Miller)

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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.

Miller, Mark (2018) Foraging niche specialisation and resource use in tropical seabirds: implications for management. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Miller, Mark G.R., Silva, Fabiola R.O., Machovsky-Capuska, Gabriel E., and Congdon, Bradley C. (2018) Sexual segregation in tropical seabirds: drivers of sex-specific foraging in the Brown Booby Sula leucogaster. Journal of Ornithology, 159. pp. 425-437.

Bicknell, Jake E., Collins, Murray B., Pickles, Rob S.A., McCann, Niall P., Bernard, Curtis R., Fernandes, Damian J., Miller, Mark G.R., James, Samantha M., Williams, Aiesha U., Struebig, Matthew J., Davies, Zoe G., and Smith, Robert J. (2017) Designing protected area networks that translate international conservation commitments into national action. Biological Conservation, 214. pp. 168-175.

Rayner, M.J., Carlile, N., Priddel, D., Bretagnolle, V., Miller, M.G.R., Phillips, R.A., Ranjard, L., Bury, S.J., and Torres, L.G. (2016) Niche partitioning by three Pterodroma petrel species during non-breeding in the equatorial Pacific Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 549. pp. 217-229.

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.

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