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Dr Alice Trevail

Postdoctoral Research Associate

 +44 (0) 1326 259467

 Environment and Sustainability Institute ESI 01.03

 

Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE, UK

Overview

My research aims to understand how the environment can shape animal movement. In particular, I am interested in where animals forage given the complex and diverse range of foraging opportunities within their surrounding environment. I'm a postdoctoral researcher on the British Indian Ocean Territory (BIOT) Seabird project in collaboration with the Zoological Society of London. This project aims to understand the importance of the BIOT Marine Protected Area for habitat use of non-breeding seabirds in the Western Indian Ocean.

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Descamps S, Harris SM, Fluhr J, Bustamante P, Cherel Y, Trevail AM, Brault-Favrou M, Patrick SC (2022). Variation in Antarctic Petrel Foraging Ecology: Not all Individuals Specialize on Krill. Frontiers in Marine Science, 9
Trevail AM, Green JA, Bolton M, Daunt F, Harris SM, Miller PI, Newton S, Owen E, Polton JA, Robertson G, et al (2021). Environmental heterogeneity promotes individual specialisation in habitat selection in a widely distributed seabird. JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY, 90(12), 2875-2887. Author URL.
Carr P, Trevail A, Barrios S, Clubbe C, Freeman R, Koldewey HJ, Votier SC, Wilkinson T, Nicoll MAC (2021). Potential benefits to breeding seabirds of converting abandoned coconut plantations to native habitats after invasive predator eradication. RESTORATION ECOLOGY, 29(5). Author URL.
Hays GC, Koldewey HJ, Andrzejaczek S, Attrill MJ, Barley S, Bayley DTI, Benkwitt CE, Block B, Schallert RJ, Carlisle AB, et al (2020). A review of a decade of lessons from one of the world’s largest MPAs: conservation gains and key challenges. Marine Biology, 167(11).
Williams HJ, Taylor LA, Benhamou S, Bijleveld AI, Clay TA, de Grissac S, Demšar U, English HM, Franconi N, Gómez-Laich A, et al (2020). Optimizing the use of biologgers for movement ecology research. Journal of Animal Ecology, 89(1), 186-206. Abstract.
Busdieker KM, Patrick SC, Trevail AM, Descamps S (2020). Prey density affects predator foraging strategy in an Antarctic ecosystem. Ecology and Evolution, 10(1), 350-359. Abstract.
Trevail AM, Green JA, Sharples J, Polton JA, Arnould JPY, Patrick SC (2019). Environmental heterogeneity amplifies behavioural response to a temporal cycle. Oikos, 128(4), 517-528. Abstract.
Trevail AM, Green JA, Sharples J, Polton JA, Miller PI, Daunt F, Owen E, Bolton M, Colhoun K, Newton S, et al (2019). Environmental heterogeneity decreases reproductive success via effects on foraging behaviour. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 286(1904). Abstract.
Provencher JF, Bond AL, Avery-Gomm S, Borrelle SB, Bravo Rebolledo EL, Hammer S, Kühn S, Lavers JL, Mallory ML, Trevail A, et al (2017). Quantifying ingested debris in marine megafauna: a review and recommendations for standardization. Analytical Methods, 9(9), 1454-1469. Abstract.
Trevail AM, Gabrielsen GW, Kühn S, Van Franeker JA (2015). Elevated levels of ingested plastic in a high Arctic seabird, the northern fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis). Polar Biology, 38(7), 975-981. Abstract.

Publications by year


2022

Descamps S, Harris SM, Fluhr J, Bustamante P, Cherel Y, Trevail AM, Brault-Favrou M, Patrick SC (2022). Variation in Antarctic Petrel Foraging Ecology: Not all Individuals Specialize on Krill. Frontiers in Marine Science, 9

2021

Trevail AM, Green JA, Bolton M, Daunt F, Harris SM, Miller PI, Newton S, Owen E, Polton JA, Robertson G, et al (2021). Environmental heterogeneity promotes individual specialisation in habitat selection in a widely distributed seabird. JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY, 90(12), 2875-2887. Author URL.
Carr P, Trevail A, Barrios S, Clubbe C, Freeman R, Koldewey HJ, Votier SC, Wilkinson T, Nicoll MAC (2021). Potential benefits to breeding seabirds of converting abandoned coconut plantations to native habitats after invasive predator eradication. RESTORATION ECOLOGY, 29(5). Author URL.

2020

Hays GC, Koldewey HJ, Andrzejaczek S, Attrill MJ, Barley S, Bayley DTI, Benkwitt CE, Block B, Schallert RJ, Carlisle AB, et al (2020). A review of a decade of lessons from one of the world’s largest MPAs: conservation gains and key challenges. Marine Biology, 167(11).
Williams HJ, Taylor LA, Benhamou S, Bijleveld AI, Clay TA, de Grissac S, Demšar U, English HM, Franconi N, Gómez-Laich A, et al (2020). Optimizing the use of biologgers for movement ecology research. Journal of Animal Ecology, 89(1), 186-206. Abstract.
Busdieker KM, Patrick SC, Trevail AM, Descamps S (2020). Prey density affects predator foraging strategy in an Antarctic ecosystem. Ecology and Evolution, 10(1), 350-359. Abstract.

2019

Trevail AM, Green JA, Sharples J, Polton JA, Arnould JPY, Patrick SC (2019). Environmental heterogeneity amplifies behavioural response to a temporal cycle. Oikos, 128(4), 517-528. Abstract.
Trevail AM, Green JA, Sharples J, Polton JA, Miller PI, Daunt F, Owen E, Bolton M, Colhoun K, Newton S, et al (2019). Environmental heterogeneity decreases reproductive success via effects on foraging behaviour. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 286(1904). Abstract.

2017

Provencher JF, Bond AL, Avery-Gomm S, Borrelle SB, Bravo Rebolledo EL, Hammer S, Kühn S, Lavers JL, Mallory ML, Trevail A, et al (2017). Quantifying ingested debris in marine megafauna: a review and recommendations for standardization. Analytical Methods, 9(9), 1454-1469. Abstract.

2015

Trevail AM, Gabrielsen GW, Kühn S, Van Franeker JA (2015). Elevated levels of ingested plastic in a high Arctic seabird, the northern fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis). Polar Biology, 38(7), 975-981. Abstract.

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