Dr Barbara Cheney
Dr Barbara Cheney

Dr Barbara Cheney

Research Fellow

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The Lighthouse Field Station

University of Aberdeen

George Street

Cromarty

Ross-shire IV11 8YL

Biography

I am a research fellow in the School of Biological Sciences, based at the University's Lighthouse Field Station, where I manage our long-term bottlenose dolphin individual based study.

My current research interest centres on the use and development of techniques, including photo-ID, photogrammetry and acoustics, to study aspects of individual marine mammals to inform ecology and conservation.

Qualifications

  • PhD Ecology 
    2017 - University of Aberdeen 

    Temporal variation in the demographics and dynamics of a bottlenose dolphin population.

  • BSc Marine Biology 
    2004 - University of Aberdeen 
  • BA Business Studies 
    1992 - Glasgow Caledonian University 

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Research Overview

The Lighthouse Field Station research aims to study how natural and anthropogenic variation affects the behaviour, life history and vital rates of marine top predators. I manage our long-term individual based study of bottlenose dolphins on the east coast of Scotland. My current research focuses on the application of individual based studies in marine mammal conservation and I am specifically interested in the use and development of techniques to study the ecology of individual marine mammals.

Research Areas

Biological and Environmental Sciences

Research Specialisms

  • Ecology
  • Marine Biology
  • Population Biology
  • Population Ecology

Our research specialisms are based on the Higher Education Classification of Subjects (HECoS) which is HESA open data, published under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International licence.

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