COOPERATIONS

The Seabird Project collaborates with many renowned scientists of various institutions from all over the world to conduct multifaceted investigations and analyses. For example (in alphabetical order):

- J. Arnould (Deakin University, Australia): energetics
- O. Chastel (Centre d'Etudes Biologiques de Chizé, France): endocrinology
- Y. Cherel (Centre d'Etudes Biologiques de Chizé, France): diet, Stable Isotope Analysis
- T. Diamond (University of New Brunswick, Canada): frigatebird ecology and conservation
- V. Friesen (Queen's University, Canada): population and conservation genetics
- S. Harrigton (Department of Health WA, Australia): parasitology
- M. LeCorre (University of La Reunion, La Reunion): phylogenetics
- M. Louzao (AZTI Tecnalia, Spain): ecological modelling
- T. Martin (Institute for Marine Sciences/Geomar, Germany): oceanography
- J. Martinez (Universidad de Alcalá, Spain): immunology and parasitology
- S. Merino (National Museum of Natural Sciences, Spain): immunology and parasitology
- J. Morris-Pocock (Queen's University, Canada): population and conservation genetics
- J. Navarro (Institut de Ciències del Mar, Spain): endocrinology, Stable Isotope Analysis
- U. Piatkowski (Institute for Marine Sciences/Geomar, Germany): diet
- R. Phillips (British Antarctic Survey, UK): spatio-temporal distribution
- P. Quillfeldt (University of Gießen, Germany): immunology and parasitology
- S. Raidal (Charles Sturt University, Australia): immunology, parasitology and pollutants
- G. Sorci (Université de Bourgogne, France): immunology
- A. Takahashi (National Institute of Polar Research, Japan): energetics
- D. Ventura (Laboratory of Functional Ecology and Global Change, Spain): parasitology
- H. Weimerskirch (Centre d'Etudes Biologiques de Chizé, France): ecology and life histories
- R. Wilson (Swansea University, UK): foraging strategies and energetics