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In review (Nov 2017)

38. Baylis AMM, et al. Habitat use of adult male South American fur seals

37. Knox T, et al. Foraging site fidelity in male Australian fur seals

36. Baylis AMM, et al. Geographic variation in the foraging ecology of South American fur seals

Peer reviewed

(year refers to first published on-line)


35. Auge A, et al. (2018). Framework for mapping key areas for marine megafauna to inform Marine Spatial Planning: the Falkland Islands. Marine Policy (accepted Feb 2018)

34. Sequira A, et al. (2018) Convergence of marine megafauna movement patterns in coastal and open oceans. PNAS (accepted Jan 2018)


33. Baylis AMM, et al. (2017) Habitat use and spatial fidelity of male South American sea lions during the non-breeding period. Ecology and Evolution 7(11): 3992–4002 doi: 10.1002/ece3.2972

32. Handley J, et al. (2017) Jack of all prey, master of some: Influence of habitat on the feeding ecology of a diving marine predator. Marine Biology 164: 82 doi: 10.1007/s00227-017-3113-1

31. Knox T, Baylis AMM, Arnould JPY. (2017) Habitat use of male Australian fur seals. Marine Ecology Progress Series 566: 243-256. doi: 10.3354/meps12027


30. Hoffman J, et al. (2016) Genetic structure and historical demography of South American sea lions provide insights into the catastrophic decline of a marine mammal population. Royal Society Open Science

29. Baylis AMM, Orben RA, Costa DP, Arnould JPY, Staniland IJ (2016) Sexual segregation in resource use is smaller than expected in a highly dimorphic marine predator, the southern sea lion. Marine Ecology Progress Series doi: 10.3354/meps11759 PDF

28. Baylis AMM, Kowalski GJ, Voigt CC, Orben RA, Trillmich F, Staniland IJ, Hoffman JI (2016) Pup vibrissae stable isotopes reveal geographic differences in adult female southern sea lion habitat use during gestation. PlosOne 11(6): e0157394. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0157394

27. Huckstadt L, et al. (2016) Regional variability in diving physiology and behavior in a widely distributed air-breathing marine predator, the South American sea lion Otaria byronia. Journal of Experimental Biology 

26. Volpov B, et al. 2016. Dive characteristics can predict foraging success in Australian fur seals (Arctocephalus pusillus doriferus) as validated by animal-borne video. Biology Open


25. Baylis AMM, Orben RA, Arnould JPY, Christiansen F, Hays GC, Staniland IJ (2015) Disentangling the cause of a catastrophic population decline in a large marine mammal. Ecology 96: 2834-2847**  PDF

24. Baylis AMM, Orben RA, Peters K, Knox T, Arnould J, Costa DP, Staniland IJ (2015). Diving deeper into individual foraging specializations of a large marine predator, the southern sea lion. Oecologia PDF

23. Handley J, et al. (2015). Temporal variation in the diet of Gentoo penguins at the Falkland Islands. Polar Biology doi:10.1007/s00300-015-1781-1

22. Kernaleguen L, et al. (2015). Sexual niche segregation in Australian fur seals. Plos One PDF

21. Kernaleguen L, et al. (2015). From video recordings to whisker stable isotopes: a critical evaluation of time-scale in assessing individual foraging specialisation in Australian fur seals. Oecologia PDF

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20. Baylis AMM, Orben RA, Pistorious P, Brickle P, Staniland I, Ratcliffe N (2014) Winter foraging site fidelity in king penguins breeding at the Falkland Islands. Marine Biology DOI 10.1007/s00227-014-2561-0 PDF

19. Bolton M, Stanbury A, Baylis AMM, Cuthbert R (2014) Impact of introduced house mice (Mus musculus) on burrowing seabirds on Steeple Jason and Grand Jason Islands, Falklands, South Atlantic. Polar Biology 37: 1659-1668. PDF

18. Baylis AMM, Page B, Staniland I, Arnould JPY, McKenzie J (2014) Taking the sting out of darting: Risks, restraint drugs and procedures for the chemical restraint of Southern Hemisphere otariids. Marine Mammal Science. DOI: 10.1111/mms.12148 PDF

17. Ratcliffe N, Crofts S, Brown R, Baylis AMM, Adlard S, Horswill C, Venables H, Taylor P, Trathan PN, Staniland IJ (2014) Love thy neighbour or opposites attract? Patterns of spatial segregation and association among crested penguin populations during winter. Journal of Biogeography 41: 1183-1192. DOI: 10.1111/jbi.12279 PDF


16. Baylis AMM, Arnould JPY, Staniland I (2013) Diet of South American fur seals at the Falkland Islands. Marine Mammal Science PDF

15. Baylis AMM, Wolfaardt AC, Crofts S, Pistorius P, Ratcliffe N (2013) Increasing trend in the number of Southern Rockhopper penguins breeding at the Falkland Islands. Polar Biology 36: 1007 – 1018. PDF

14. Goldsworthy SD, et al. (2013) Trophodynamics of the eastern Great Australian Bight ecosystem: ecological change associated with the growth of Australia’s largest fishery. Ecological Modelling 255: 38 – 57. PDF

13. Baylis, AMM, Crofts, S., and Wolfaardt, A.C. (2013). The current status of Gentoo penguins breeding at the Falkland Islands. Marine Ornithology 41: 1 – 5. PDF


12. Wolfaardt AC, Crofts S, Baylis AMM (2012) Effects of a storm on seabirds breeding at the Falkland Islands. Marine Ornithology 40: 129 – 133.

11. Pistorius P, Baylis AMM, Crofts S, Putz K (2012) Population development and historical occurrence of king penguins at the Falkland Islands. Antarctic Science 24: 435 – 440. PDF

10. Baylis AMM, Zuur AF, Brikle P, Pistorius PA (2012) Climate as a driver of variability in the number of breeding Gentoo Penguins (Pygoscelis papua) at the Falkland Islands. Ibis 154: 30 – 41. PDF

9. Baylis AMM, Page B, McKenzie J, Goldsworthy SD (2012) Individual foraging site fidelity in lactating New Zealand fur seals. Marine Mammal Science 28: 276 – 294. PDF


8. Pistorius P, Baylis AMM (2011) A bald encounter: hairless southern sea lion at the Falkland Islands. Polar Biology 34: 145 – 147. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-010-0860-6 PDF

7. Goldsworthy, SD, McKenzie J, Page BC, Lancaster ML, Shaughnessy PD, Wynen LP, Robinson SA, Peters KJ, Baylis AMM, McIntosh R (2009) Fur seals at Macquarie Island: post-sealing colonisation, trends in abundance and hybridisation of three species Polar Biology 32: 1473 – 1486. DOI 10.1007/s00300-009-0645-y PDF

6. Baylis AMM, Nichols PD (2009) Milk fatty acids predict the foraging location of a wide-ranging central place forager, the New Zealand fur seal: continental shelf vs. oceanic waters. Marine Ecology Progress Series 380: 271 – 286. PDF

5. Baylis AMM, Hamer D, Nichols PD (2009) Assessing the use of milk fatty acids to infer the diet of the Australian sea lion. Wildlife Research 36: 169 – 176. PDF

4. Baylis AMM, Page B, Goldsworthy S (2008) Effect of seasonal changes in upwelling activity on the foraging locations of a wide-ranging central place forager, the New Zealand fur seal. Canadian Journal of Zoology 86: 774 – 779. PDF

3. Baylis AMM, Page B, Goldsworthy S (2008) Colony-specific foraging areas of lactating New Zealand fur seals. Marine Ecology Progress Series 361: 279 – 290. PDF

2. Baylis AMM, Page B, McKenzie J, McIntosh R, Goldsworthy S (2005) The ontogeny of diving in New Zealand fur seal pups. Canadian Journal of Zoology 83: 1149 – 1161. PDF

1. Page B, McKenzie J, McIntosh R, Baylis A, Morrissey A, Calver N, Hasse T, Berris M, Dowie D, Shaughnessy P, Goldsworthy S (2004) A summary of Australian sea lion and New Zealand fur seal entanglements in marine debris pre- and post-implementation of Australian Government fishery bycatch policies. Marine Pollution Bulletin 49: 33 – 42. PDF

Selected reports

Baylis AMM (2012). Interim report of the 2010 Falkland Islands archipelago-wide census of Black-browed Albatross. Falklands Conservation, Stanley, Falkland Islands.

Baylis AMM (2011). Falkland Islands Seabird Monitoring Programme Annual Report 2010/2011. Falklands Conservation, Stanley, Falkland Islands.

 Goldsworthy, S. D., Page, B., Shaughnessy, P. D., Hamer, D., Peters, K. D., McIntosh, R. R., Baylis, A. M. M. and McKenzie, J. (2009). Innovative solutions for aquaculture planning and management: addressing seal interactions in the finfish aquaculture industry. Fisheries Research and Development Corporation Project number: 2004/201