Danielle Fife

Danielle FifeMarine Biology PhD

MSc Acadia University, Nova Scotia, Canada

Title: Apparent survival of two trans-equatorial migrant seabirds breeding in Canada

BSc (Hons) University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada

e-mail danielle.t.fife@gmail.com

Thesis title

Quantifying the relative importance of nutrients to marine food webs using stable isotope, fatty acid, and trace element analyses: Comparisons between seabird functional groups in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.

Supervisor: Dr Nicole Richoux
Co-supervisor: Dr. Mark Malory (Acadia University, Nova Scotia, Canada)

Personal interests

Camping, hiking, wildlife, traveling, cooking, watching movies, playing guitar (poorly), drawing.


Fife, D. T., Pollet, I. L., Robertson, G. J., Mallory, M. L., and Shutler, D. 2015. Apparent survival of adult Leach's Storm-petrels (Oceanodroma leucorhoa) breeding on Bon Portage Island, Nova Scotia. Avian Conservation and Ecology 10(2):1.

Fife, D. T., G. J. Robertson, D. Shutler, B. M. Braune, and M. L. Mallory. 2015. Trace elements and ingested plastic debris in wintering dovekies (Alle alle). Marine Pollution Bulletin 91(1): 368-371.

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