Acoustic Deep Scattering Layers as Dynamic Prey Landscapes for Air-Breathing Deep-Diving Antarctic Predators (thesis data)

  • Camille Melanie Marie-Anne Le Guen (Creator)
  • Andrew Stuart Brierley (Supervisor)
  • Richard Sherley (Contributor)
  • Roland Hudson Proud (Contributor)



Data collected as part of the ACE expedition. Foraging behaviour data collected from 18 King Penguins breeding at South Georgia (GPS data, TDR data and acceleration data).
This work was supported by the ACE Foundation (projects 5 and 19); the Natural Environment Research Council’s Collaborative Antarctic Science Scheme (CASS-129); and a Trans-Antarctic Association Grant to Richard Brain Sherley.
Date made availableApr 2017
PublisherUniversity of St Andrews
Date of data production2016 - 2017

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