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Scientific background and results

Scientific litterature

DEPONS publications

Scientific paper: Environmental drivers of harbour porpoise fine-scale movements. van Beest, F. M., Teilmann, J., Dietz, R., Galatius, A., Mikkelsen, L., Stalder, D., … Nabe-Nielsen, J. (2018). . Marine Biology, 165(5), 95

Scientific paper: Fine-scale movement responses of free-ranging harbour porpoises to capture, tagging and short-term noise pulses from a single airgun. van Beest, F. M., Teilmann, J., Hermannsen, L., Galatius, A., Mikkelsen, L., Sveegaard, S., … Nabe-Nielsen, J. (2018). Royal Society Open Science, 5(1).

Scientific paper: Why is auditory frequency weighting so important in regulation of underwater noise?. Tougaard, J., & Dähne, M. (2017).  The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 142(4), EL415-EL420.

Scientific paper: Predicting the impact of anthropogenic disturbances on marine populations. Nabe-Nielsen, J., van Beest, F.M., Grimm, V., Sibly, R.M., Theilmann, J., Thompson, P.M. (2018) Conservation Letters.

Scientific paper: Bubble curtains attenuate noise from offshore wind farm construction and reduce temporary habitat loss for harbour porpoises. Dähne, M., Tougaard, J., Carstensen, J., Rose, A., Nabe-Nielsen, J. (2017) Marine Ecology Progress Series.

Scientific paper: Multi-scale modeling of animal movement and general behavior data using Hidden Markov Models with hierarchical structures. Leos-Barajas, V, Gangloff, E. J., Adam, T., Langrock, R., van Beest, F. M.,  Nabe-Nielsen, J. & Morales, J. M.  (2017) . Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics.

Scientific paper: Seasonal habitat-based density models for a marine top predator, the harbor porpoise, in a dynamic environment A. Gilles, S. Viquerat, E. A. Becker, K. A. Forney, S. C. V. Geelhoed, J. Haelters, J. Nabe-Nielsen, M. Scheidat, U. Siebert, S. Sveegaard, F. M. van Beest, R. van Bemmelen and G. Aarts. (2016) Ecosphere, paper.

Scientific paper: Communicating complex ecological models to non-scientist end users. Samantha J. Cartwright, Katharine M. Bowgen, Catherine Collop, Kieran Hyder, Jacob Nabe-Nielsen, Richard Stafford, Richard A. Stillman, Robert B. Thorpe, Richard M. Sibly. (2016) Ecological Modelling, Review.

Scientific report: Comparison of the iPCoD and DEPONS models for modelling population consequences of noise on harbour porpoises. Nabe-Nielsen, J. & Harwood, J. (2016). Aarhus University, DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy, 22 pp. Scientific Report from DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy No. 186.
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Scientific paper: Characteristics and Propagation of Airgun Pulses in Shallow Water with Implications for Effects on Small Marine Mammals. Hermannsen L, Tougaard J, Beedholm K, Nabe-Nielsen J, Madsen PT (2015). PLoS ONE 10(7): e0133436. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0133436


Scientific report: Disturbance Effects on the Harbour Porpoise Population in the North Sea (DEPONS): Status report on model development. van Beest, F.M, Nabe-Nielsen, J., Carstensen, J., Teilmann, J. & Tougaard, J. (2015). Aarhus University, DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy, 43 pp. Scientific Report from DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy No. 140.  
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DEPONS is building on the following scientific litterature and reports and is an extension of this work:

Effects of noise and bycatch on a Danish Harbour porpoise population. Jacob Nabe-Nielsen, Richard M. Sibly, Jakob Tougaard, Jonas Teilmann & Signe Sveegaard. Ecological Modelling, volume 272, 24 January 2014, Pages 242-251. Elsevier

Danish Offshore Wind - Key Environmental Issues. Published by DONG Energy, Vattenfall, The Danish Energy Authority and The Danish Forest and Nature Agency (2006).

Effects of wind farms on harbour porpoise behavior and population dynamics. Jacob Nabe-Nielsen, Jakob Tougaard, Jonas Teilmann & Signe Sveegaard. Report commissioned by the Environmental Group under the Danish Environmental Monitoring Programme (2011). Scientific Report from DCE - Danish Centre for Environment and Energy, Aarhus University.

How a simple adaptive foraging strategy can lead to emergent home ranges and increased food intake. Nabe-Nielsen, J., Tougaard, J. Teilmann, J., Lucke, K. & Forchhammer, M. (2013). Oikos: 122: 1307–1316