University of St Andrews

Dr Jonathan Gordon
Research Fellow

Scottish Oceans Institute
East Sands
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 8LB



Gero, S , Gordon, J & Whitehead, H 2015, ' Individualized social preferences and long-term social fidelity between social units of sperm whales ' Animal Behaviour , vol 102, pp. 15-23.
Coram, AJ , Gordon, JCD , Thompson, D & Northridge, S 2014, Evaluating and Assessing the Relative Effectiveness of Acoustic Deterrent Devices and other Non-Lethal Measures on Marine Mammals . Scottish Government.
Hammond, PS , Gillespie, DM , Lovell, P , Samarra, FIP , Swift, RJ, Macleod, K, Tasker, ML, Berggren, P , Borchers, DL , Burt, ML , Paxton, CGM , Canadas, A, Desportes, G, Donovan, GP, Gilles, A, Lehnert, K, Siebert, U , Gordon, JCD , Leaper, R, Leopold, M, Scheidat, M, Oien, N, Ridoux, V, Rogan, E, Skov, H, Teilmann, J, Van Canneyt, O & Vazquez, JA 2014, ' Large scale surveys for cetaceans: line transect assumptions, reliability of abundance estimates and improving survey efficiency – A response to MacLeod ' Biological Conservation , vol 170, pp. 338-339.
Hastie, GD , Gillespie, DM , Gordon, JCD , MacAulay, JDJ , McConnell, BJ & Sparling, CE 2014, ' Tracking technologies for quantifying marine mammal interactions with tidal turbines: pitfalls and possibilities '. in M Shields & A Payne (eds), Marine Renewable Energy Technology and Environmental Interactions. Humanity and the Sea, Springer Science and Business Media, Dordrecht.
Hammond, PS , Macleod, K , Berggren, P , Borchers, DL , Burt, ML , Cañadas, A, Desportes, G, Donovan, GP, Gilles, A , Gillespie, DM , Gordon, JCD , Hiby, L, Kuklik, I, Leaper, R, Lehnert, K, Leopold, M , Lovell, P , Øien, N , Paxton, CGM , Ridoux, V, Rogan, E , Samarra, FIP , Scheidat, M, Sequeira, M, Siebert, U, Skov, H, Swift, RJ, Tasker, M, Teilmann, J, Van Canneyt, O & Vázquez, JA 2013, ' Cetacean abundance and distribution in European Atlantic shelf waters to inform conservation and management ' Biological Conservation , vol 164, pp. 107-122.
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