Samuel graduated in Marine Biology from the University of Aberdeen in 2018 and then worked as a senior research assistant for a GPS tracking project on 4 species of seabirds in 2018 and 2019.
The foraging ecology of great black-backed gulls and their potential effects on puffin populations
- To explore the foraging ecology of great black-backed gulls at a spatial, temporal, and dietary level using a combination of different techniques
- Part of this will include studying whether neighbouring seabird populations are being affected through predation
- Email: [email protected]
- Twitter: @samuellanglois1
- Institutional profile
Lopez, S.L., Bond, A.L., O’Hanlon, N.J., Wilson, J.M., Vitz, A., Mostello, C.S., Hamilton, F., Rail, J.F., Welch, L., Boettcher, R. and Wilhelm, S.I., 2022. Global population and conservation status of the Great Black-backed Gull Larus marinus. Bird Conservation International, p.1-11.
Slingsby, J., Scott, B.E., Kregting, L., McIlvenny, J., Wilson, J., Yanez, M., Langlois, S. and Williamson, B.J., 2022. Using unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) imagery to characterise pursuit diving seabird association with tidal stream hydrodynamic habitat features. Frontiers in Marine Science, p.398.