Tindle on Biological Science
Aged in his twenties, Tindle took time out from medical science studies and worked for a number of years researching as a biologist in the Galapagos Islands, at the Charles Darwin Research Station.
Galapagos Peer-Reviewed Publications
1. Tindle, RW. (1984) The evolution of breeding strategies in the Flightless Cormorant (Nannopterum harrisi) of the Galapagos. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 22 157-164.
2. Tindle, RW, Tindle, LE, Vagenas, D and Harris, M.P. (2013) Population dynamics of the Galapagos Flightless Cormorant (Phalacrocorax harrisi) in relation to sea temperature. Marine Ornithology 41 121-133
3. Frias-Soler, R., Tindle, E., Espinoza Lopez, G., Blomberg, S., Studer-Thiersch, A., Wink, M. and RW Tindle (2014). Genetic and phenotypic evidence supports evolutionary divergence of the American Flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber) population the Galapagos Islands. Waterbirds 37/4 347-361
4. Tindle, RW., Tupiza A., Blomberg, SP. and LE. Tindle. (2016) The Feeding and Breeding Biology of an Isolated Population of the American Flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber) in the Galápagos Islands. Galápagos Research 68 15-27
5. Tindle, Robert W. Flamingos in Galapagos: Sr Jacinto Gordillo’s misplaced report (Commentary) (2020) Galápagos Research 69 43-44.
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