Languishing Projects

Like just about every other scientist out there, I have far more data than I can write up into wonderful shiny papers. If you want to help/collaborate/take over any of these, let me know. There’s no money for any of these, but if they interest you (or one of your students), get in touch.  You can see more of my research on my website, or on Google Scholar.

 

I have bits and pieces of data (mostly breeding biology-type data like measurements, but also stable isotopes) for a variety of seabirds from:

  • New Brunswick (Arctic Tern, Atlantic Puffin, Common Eider, Common Murre, Common Tern, Leach’s Storm-petrel, Razorbill)
  • Alaska (Least Auklet, Crested Auklet)
  • Newfoundland (Atlantic Puffin, Black-legged Kittiwake, Herring Gull, Leach’s Storm-petrel)
  • Gough Island (quite a few species of shearwaters, petrels, & albatrosses)

I also have some data on introduced rodents on Gough Island, Tristan da Cunha, and Henderson Island (Pitcairn group) looking for a good home.

Some of these are already published (or published in part), but if you have any ideas, let me know.

3 thoughts on “Languishing Projects”

  1. What a clever idea to seek collaborators so that these data can be shared with others! I may be in touch!

  2. This is a really good idea! Would definitely interested if I wasn’t so busy with my own projects at the moment. I might be in touch later on as well.

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