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Ben J. Dilley
Ben J. Dilley
FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology, University of Cape Town, South Africa
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Poor transferability of species distribution models for a pelagic predator, the grey petrel, indicates contrasting habitat preferences across ocean basins
LG Torres, PJH Sutton, DR Thompson, K Delord, H Weimerskirch, ...
PLoS One 10 (3), e0120014, 2015
1332015
Rapid increase in Asian bottles in the South Atlantic Ocean indicates major debris inputs from ships
PG Ryan, BJ Dilley, RA Ronconi, M Connan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (42), 20892-20897, 2019
1092019
Seabird population changes following mammal eradications on islands
ML Brooke, E Bonnaud, BJ Dilley, EN Flint, ND Holmes, HP Jones, ...
Animal Conservation 21 (1), 3-12, 2018
962018
Spatial scales of marine conservation management for breeding seabirds
S Oppel, M Bolton, APB Carneiro, MP Dias, JA Green, JF Masello, ...
Marine Policy 98, 37-46, 2018
852018
Habitat modelling of tracking data from multiple marine predators identifies important areas in the Southern Indian Ocean
RR Reisinger, B Raymond, MA Hindell, MN Bester, RJM Crawford, ...
Diversity and Distributions 24 (4), 535-550, 2018
742018
Effects of mouse predation on burrowing petrel chicks at Gough Island
BJ Dilley, D Davies, AL Bond, PG Ryan
Antarctic Science 27 (6), 543-553, 2015
592015
A framework for mapping the distribution of seabirds by integrating tracking, demography and phenology
APB Carneiro, EJ Pearmain, S Oppel, TA Clay, RA Phillips, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 57 (3), 514-525, 2020
582020
Trends and tactics of mouse predation on Tristan Albatross Diomedea dabbenena chicks at Gough Island, South Atlantic Ocean
D Davies, B Dilley, A Bond, R Cuthbert, P Ryan
Avian Conservation and Ecology 10 (1), 2015
442015
‘Scalping’of albatross fledglings by introduced mice spreads rapidly at Marion Island
BJ Dilley, S Schoombie, J Schoombie, PG Ryan
Antarctic Science 28 (2), 73-80, 2016
432016
Modest increases in densities of burrow-nesting petrels following the removal of cats (Felis catus) from Marion Island
BJ Dilley, M Schramm, PG Ryan
Polar Biology 40, 625-637, 2017
332017
Diving behaviour of white-chinned petrels and its relevance for mitigating longline bycatch
DP Rollinson, BJ Dilley, PG Ryan
Polar Biology 37, 1301-1308, 2014
292014
Global political responsibility for the conservation of albatrosses and large petrels
M Beal, MP Dias, RA Phillips, S Oppel, C Hazin, EJ Pearmain, J Adams, ...
Science Advances 7 (10), eabd7225, 2021
272021
Mouse predation affects breeding success of burrow-nesting petrels at sub-Antarctic Marion Island
BJ Dilley, S Schoombie, K Stevens, D Davies, V Perold, A Osborne, ...
Antarctic Science 30 (2), 93-104, 2018
242018
African penguin tolerance to humans depends on historical exposure at colony level
L Pichegru, TB Edwards, BJ Dilley, TP Flower, PG Ryan
Bird Conservation International 26 (3), 307-322, 2016
242016
The occurrence of two bill morphs of prions Pachyptila vittata on Gough Island
PG Ryan, K Bourgeois, S Dromzée, BJ Dilley
Polar biology 37, 727-735, 2014
242014
Giant petrels as predators of albatross chicks
BJ Dilley, D Davies, M Connan, J Cooper, M de Villiers, L Swart, ...
Polar biology 36, 761-766, 2013
232013
The distribution and abundance of white-chinned petrels (Procellaria aequinoctialis) breeding at the sub-Antarctic Prince Edward Islands
PG Ryan, BJ Dilley, MGW Jones
Polar Biology 35, 1851-1859, 2012
212012
South Africa works towards eradicating introduced house mice from sub-Antarctic Marion Island: the largest island yet attempted for mice
GR Preston, BJ Dilley, J Cooper, J Beaumont, LF Chauke, SL Chown, ...
Island invasives: scaling up to meet the challenge, 40, 2019
142019
Marine hotspots of activity inform protection of a threatened community of pelagic species in a large oceanic jurisdiction
S Requena, S Oppel, AL Bond, J Hall, J Cleeland, RJM Crawford, ...
Animal Conservation 23 (5), 585-596, 2020
122020
The distribution of breeding Sooty Albatrosses from the three most important breeding sites: Gough, Tristan and the Prince Edward Islands
S Schoombie, BJ Dilley, D Davies, T Glass, PG Ryan
Emu-Austral Ornithology 117 (2), 160-169, 2017
122017
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