Mr Angus J Lothian, BSc(Hons), MRes
(email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
My research focuses on anthropogenic impacts on animal behaviour. I currently use fish as a study species and observe how they interact with, and how they are ultimately effected by, obstacles and barriers within rivers, such as weirs.
- Lothian, Angus J., Gardner, Chris J., Hull, Toby, Griffiths, Daniel, Dickinson, Eleanor R. & Lucas, Martyn C. (2019). Passage performance and behaviour of wild and stocked cyprinid fish at a sloping weir with a Low Cost Baffle fishway. Ecological Engineering 130: 67-79.
- Lothian, Angus J., Newton, Matthew, Barry, James, Walters, Marcus, Miller, Richard C. & Adams, Colin E. (2018). Migration pathways, speed and mortality of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolts in a Scottish river and the near-shore coastal marine environment. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 27(2): 549-558.