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Dr Alan Rees

Dr Alan Rees

Darwin Fellow

 07758406250

 Daphne du Maurier 3052

 

Daphne du Maurier Building, University of Exeter,  Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE, UK

Overview

Qualifications

PhD: Ecology of Marine Turtles across the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East; University of Exeter
MSc: Biotechnology; University of the West of England
BSc: Zoology; Queen Mary & Westfield College, University of London

Research group links

Research

Research interests

  • Spatio-temporal habitat use by sea turtles in thermally wide-ranging habitats
  • Population structure and breeding ecology of green turtles in the Persian Gulf

Research projects

  • Assessing diet and distribution of sea turtles in Gabon through Stable Isotope analysis.
  • Assessing diet and movement of rats on Ascension Island through Stable Isotope analysis.

Grants

Contract position funded by the Darwin Initiative.

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Rees AF, Margaritoulis D, Newman R, Riggall TE, Tsaros P, Zbinden JA, Godley BJ (2013). Ecology of loggerhead marine turtles Caretta caretta in a neritic foraging habitat: Movements, sex ratios and growth rates. Marine Biology, 160(3), 519-529. Abstract.
Rees AF, Al-Kiyumi A, Broderick AC, Papathanasopoulou N, Godley BJ (2012). Conservation related insights into the behaviour of the olive ridley sea turtle Lepidochelys olivacea nesting in Oman. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 450, 195-205. Abstract.
Rees AF, Al Saady S, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Papathanasopoulou N, Godley BJ (2010). Behavioural polymorphism in one of the world's largest populations of loggerhead sea turtles Caretta caretta. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 418, 201-212. Abstract.
Rees AF, Saad A, Jony M (2008). Discovery of a regionally important green turtle Chelonia mydas rookery in Syria. ORYX, 42(3), 456-459. Abstract.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Rees AF, Margaritoulis D, Newman R, Riggall TE, Tsaros P, Zbinden JA, Godley BJ (2013). Ecology of loggerhead marine turtles Caretta caretta in a neritic foraging habitat: Movements, sex ratios and growth rates. Marine Biology, 160(3), 519-529. Abstract.
Rees AF, Hafez AA, Lloyd JR, Papathansopoulou N, Godley BJ (2013). Green turtles, chelonia mydas, in Kuwait: Nesting and movements. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 12(1), 157-163. Abstract.
Rees AF, Al-Kiyumi A, Broderick AC, Papathanasopoulou N, Godley BJ (2012). Conservation related insights into the behaviour of the olive ridley sea turtle Lepidochelys olivacea nesting in Oman. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 450, 195-205. Abstract.
Rees AF, Al-Kiyumi A, Broderick AC, Papathanasopoulou N, Godley BJ (2012). Each to their own: Inter-specific differences in migrations of Masirah Island turtles. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 11(2), 243-248. Abstract.
Scott R, Hodgson DJ, Witt MJ, Coyne MS, Adnyana W, Blumenthal JM, Broderick AC, Canbolat AF, Catry P, Ciccione S, et al (2012). Global analysis of satellite tracking data shows that adult green turtles are significantly aggregated in Marine Protected Areas. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 21(11), 1053-1061. Abstract.
Rees AF, Al Saady S, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Papathanasopoulou N, Godley BJ (2010). Behavioural polymorphism in one of the world's largest populations of loggerhead sea turtles Caretta caretta. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 418, 201-212. Abstract.
Rees AF, Saad A, Jony M (2008). Discovery of a regionally important green turtle Chelonia mydas rookery in Syria. ORYX, 42(3), 456-459. Abstract.
Rees AF, Jony M, Margaritoulis D, Godley BJ (2008). Satellite tracking of a green turtle, chelonia mydas, from syria further highlights importance of north africa for mediterranean turtles. Zoology in the Middle East, 45(1), 49-54. Abstract.

Publications by year


2013

Rees AF, Margaritoulis D, Newman R, Riggall TE, Tsaros P, Zbinden JA, Godley BJ (2013). Ecology of loggerhead marine turtles Caretta caretta in a neritic foraging habitat: Movements, sex ratios and growth rates. Marine Biology, 160(3), 519-529. Abstract.
Rees AF, Hafez AA, Lloyd JR, Papathansopoulou N, Godley BJ (2013). Green turtles, chelonia mydas, in Kuwait: Nesting and movements. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 12(1), 157-163. Abstract.

2012

Rees AF, Al-Kiyumi A, Broderick AC, Papathanasopoulou N, Godley BJ (2012). Conservation related insights into the behaviour of the olive ridley sea turtle Lepidochelys olivacea nesting in Oman. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 450, 195-205. Abstract.
Rees AF, Al-Kiyumi A, Broderick AC, Papathanasopoulou N, Godley BJ (2012). Each to their own: Inter-specific differences in migrations of Masirah Island turtles. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 11(2), 243-248. Abstract.
Scott R, Hodgson DJ, Witt MJ, Coyne MS, Adnyana W, Blumenthal JM, Broderick AC, Canbolat AF, Catry P, Ciccione S, et al (2012). Global analysis of satellite tracking data shows that adult green turtles are significantly aggregated in Marine Protected Areas. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 21(11), 1053-1061. Abstract.

2010

Rees AF, Al Saady S, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Papathanasopoulou N, Godley BJ (2010). Behavioural polymorphism in one of the world's largest populations of loggerhead sea turtles Caretta caretta. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 418, 201-212. Abstract.

2008

Rees AF, Saad A, Jony M (2008). Discovery of a regionally important green turtle Chelonia mydas rookery in Syria. ORYX, 42(3), 456-459. Abstract.
Rees AF, Jony M, Margaritoulis D, Godley BJ (2008). Satellite tracking of a green turtle, chelonia mydas, from syria further highlights importance of north africa for mediterranean turtles. Zoology in the Middle East, 45(1), 49-54. Abstract.

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External Engagment and Impact

Editorial responsibilities

Editorial board of the Marine Turtle Newsletter and the Indian Ocean Turtle Newsletter.

Teaching

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