Timothée Cook
Timothée Cook
Science Officer (BlueSeeds) - Research Associate (University of Cape Town)
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The trophodynamics of marine top predators: current knowledge, recent advances and challenges
JW Young, BPV Hunt, TR Cook, JK Llopiz, EL Hazen, HR Pethybridge, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 113, 170-187, 2015
Foraging tactics of chick-rearing Crozet shags: individuals display repetitive activity and diving patterns over time
TR Cook, Y Cherel, Y Tremblay
Polar Biology 29 (7), 562-569, 2006
Chick-rearing Crozet shags (Phalacrocorax melanogenis) display sex-specific foraging behaviour
TR Cook, Y Cherel, CA Bost, Y Tremblay
Antarctic Science 19 (1), 55-63, 2007
Time budget and diving behaviour of chick-rearing Crozet shags
Y Tremblay, TR Cook, Y Cherel
Canadian Journal of Zoology 83 (7), 971-982, 2005
Sex-specific foraging behaviour and a field sexing technique for Endangered African penguins
L Pichegru, T Cook, J Handley, N Voogt, J Watermeyer, L Nupen, ...
Endangered Species Research 19 (3), 255-264, 2013
Dietary studies in birds: testing a non‐invasive method using digital photography in seabirds
D Gaglio, TR Cook, M Connan, PG Ryan, RB Sherley
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8 (2), 214-222, 2016
Allometry of diving capacities: ectothermy vs. endothermy
F Brischoux, X Bonnet, TR Cook, R Shine
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21 (1), 324-329, 2008
Can foraging ecology drive the evolution of body size in a diving endotherm?
TR Cook, A Lescroel, Y Cherel, A Kato, CA Bost
PLoS One 8 (2), e56297, 2013
Reconciling conflicts in pelagic fisheries under climate change
AJ Hobday, JD Bell, TR Cook, MA Gasalla, KC Weng
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 113, 291-300, 2015
To breathe or not to breathe? Optimal breathing, aerobic dive limit and oxygen stores in deep-diving blue-eyed shags
TR Cook, A Lescroël, Y Tremblay, CA Bost
Animal Behaviour 76 (3), 565-576, 2008
Buoyancy under control: underwater locomotor performance in a deep diving seabird suggests respiratory strategies for reducing foraging effort
TR Cook, A Kato, H Tanaka, Y Ropert-Coudert, CA Bost
PLoS One 5 (3), e9839, 2010
GPS and time-depth loggers reveal underwater foraging plasticity in a flying diver, the Cape Cormorant
TR Cook, M Hamann, L Pichegru, F Bonadonna, D Grémillet, PG Ryan
Marine Biology 159 (2), 373-387, 2012
Juniors seek an end to the impact factor race
F Brischoux, TR Cook
BioScience 59 (8), 638-639, 2009
Foraging plasticity in seabirds: A non-invasive study of the diet of greater crested terns breeding in the Benguela region
PGR Davide Gaglio, Timothée R. Cook, Alistair McInnes, Richard B. Sherley
PLoS ONE 13 (1), e0190444, 2018
Snakes at sea: diving performances of free-ranging sea kraits
F Brischoux, X Bonnet, TR Cook, R Shine
Proc. 11th Annual Meeting on Health, Science & Technology. France: Tours …, 2007
Cape cormorants decrease, move east and adapt foraging strategies following eastward displacement of their main prey
RJM Crawford, RM Randall, TR Cook, PG Ryan, BM Dyer, R Fox, ...
African Journal of Marine Science 38, 373-383, 2016
Why is wing-spreading behaviour absent in blue-eyed shags?
TR Cook, G Leblanc
Animal Behaviour 74, 649-652, 2007
Defining ecologically relevant scales for spatial protection with long‐term data on an endangered seabird and local prey availability
TRC Richard B. Sherley, Philna Botha, Les G. Underhill, Peter G. Ryan, Danie ...
Conservation Biology 31 (6), 1312-1321, 2017
Defining ecologically-relevant scales for spatial protection using long-term data on an endangered seabird and local prey availability
RB Sherley, P Botha, LG Underhill, PG Ryan, D van Zyl, AC Cockcroft, ...
PeerJ Preprints 4, e2122v1, 2016
An albino Cape Cormorant Phalacrocorax capensis
BMN Cook TR, Jewell OJD, Chivell W
Marine Ornithology 40 (1), 72-73, 2012
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