Samuel Langlois

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

PhD Aims:

  • 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

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Publications:

Slingsby, J., Scott, B.E., Kregting, L., McIlvenny, J., Wilson, J., Yanez, M., Langlois, S. and Williamson, B.J., Using unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) imagery to characterise pursuit diving seabird association with tidal stream hydrodynamic habitat features. Frontiers in Marine Science, p.398.