Research Centres and Institutes
The majority of the research at St Andrews takes place within the academic schools. However, large projects can form as research centres or institutes. When a grouping is concerned only with research collaboration, it is described as a Centre. When the grouping also provides undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, it is described as an Institute.
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Sounds beneath the surface : a multiple-approach study of bottlenose dolphin acoustic communication (2023-11-28) - ThesisBottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) live in complex individualized societies that combine stable social units with fluid groups, and they largely rely on sound to interact with one another. This thesis applies a suite ...
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(University of St Andrews, 2022-06-15) - ThesisTo effectively manage interactions between industrial activities and wildlife populations in increasingly urbanised environments, it is essential to understand how animals may be affected by different anthropogenic activities. ...
(2022-06-16) - ThesisNarratives of the late Qajar period have considered Iran a country in decline, unable to engage effectively with British and Russian modernity, spearheaded by imperial practices. Yet, in truth, this account requires a ...
Fantastic feasts and where to find them : using biologging to investigate foraging behaviour of marine megafauna across a range of spatiotemporal scales (University of St Andrews, 2021-12-01) - ThesisUnderstanding the strategies animals use to locate, select, and capture prey can guide more robust conservation efforts. In marine megafauna, foraging is often inferred from infrequent surface positions using biotelemetry ...