I am a PhD student based at the University of Cambridge (Department of Zoology) and BAS. My project focusses on the role of habitat availability and preference in explaining the occurrence and abundance of albatross and petrel species in the Southern Ocean.
Publications from NERC Open Research Archive
Clark, Bethany L., Carneiro, Ana P.B., Pearmain, Elizabeth J. ORCID record for Elizabeth J. Pearmain, Rouyer, Marie-Morgane, Clay, Thomas A., Cowger, Win, Phillips, Richard A., Hazin, Carolina, Eriksen, Marcus, González-Solís, Jacob, ..., et al.. (2023) Global assessment of marine plastic exposure risk for oceanic birds. Nature Communications, 14. 14 pp. 10.1038/s41467-023-38900-z
Carneiro, Ana P.B., Clark, Bethany L., Pearmain, Elizabeth J. ORCID record for Elizabeth J. Pearmain, Clavelle, Tyler, Wood, Andrew G., Phillips, Richard A.. (2022) Fine-scale associations between wandering albatrosses and fisheries in the southwest Atlantic Ocean. Biological Conservation, 276. 10 pp. 10.1016/j.biocon.2022.109796
Threatened sea birds visit plastic pollution hot spots
News 4 July, 2023