University of Aberdeen
Current Position Research Fellow
Previous Position Marie Sklodowska-Curie Global Research Fellow, University of Exeter/University of Auckland
Departments School of Biological Sciences
Quadrat Core Themes Biodiversity, Environmental Management
Methods I Use Bio / Geo / Chemical Analytical, Modelling


Key Research Interests

  • Invasion biology
  • Causes and consequences of individual specialisation in niche traits
  • Applied conservation biology, with a focus on islands
  • Landscape-scale management for biodiversity, particularly predator and habitat management
  • Physiological trade-offs and carry-over effects

Recent Key Papers

  • Garvey P, Banks P, Suraci, JP, Bodey TW, Glen AS, Jones CJ, McArthur C, Norbury GL, Price CJ, Russell JC, Sih A (2020) Leveraging motivations, personality, and sensory cues for vertebrate pest management Trends Ecol Evol
  • Russell JC, Peace J, Bury S, Bodey TW (2020) Systematic prey preference by introduced mice exhausts the ecosystem on Antipodes Island Biol Invasions 22:1265-1278
  • Bodey TW, Cleasby IR, Votier SC, Hamer KC, Newton J, Patrick SC, Wakefield ED, Bearhop S (2018) Frequency and consequences of individual dietary specialisation in a wide-ranging marine predator, the Northern Gannet Mar Ecol Prog Ser 604: 251-262

Summary Title of Current Studentships

  • QUADRAT DTP student, Danni Thompson: Drivers of individual foraging/behaviour specialisation in a model seabird, the Falkland Islands shag (CASE partner SAERI)