1. Sigurlaug Sigurðardóttir, Bryndís Marteinsdóttir, Freydís Vigfúsdóttir and Olga Kolbrún Vilmundardóttir. 2022 Effects of nutrient transfer by great skuas (Stercorarius skua) and arctic skuas (Stercorarius parasiticus) on vegetation and soil at Breiðamerkurjökull, SE-Iceland. Surtsey Research 15: 51-60.
  2. Morten, Burgos, Collins, Maxwell, Morin, Parr, Thurstone, Vigfusdottir, Witt & Hawkes. 2022. Foraging behaviours of breeding arctic terns Sterna paradisaea and the impact of local weather and fisheries. Frontiers in Marine Science, doi: 10.3389/fmars.2021.760670 Accepted December 2021 (Special issue on marine conservation and sustainability).
  3. Freydís Vigfúsdóttir. 2021. Seabirds. (In Guðmundur J. Óskarsson (edt.): State of Icelandic Marine Environment and Ecosystems, and Future Outlook.) Report by Icelandic Marine and Freshwater Research Institute 2021. Haf- og vatnarannsóknir, HV 2021-14. (In Icelandic: Staða umhverfis og vistkerfa í hafinu við Ísland og horfur næstu áratuga).
  4. Clark B.L., Sam L Cox, Kelly M Atkins, Stuart Bearhop, Anthony WJ Bicknell, Thomas W Bodey, Ian R Cleasby, W James Grecian, Keith C Hamer, Benjamin R Loveday, Peter I Miller, Greg Morgan, Lisa Morgan, Jason Newton, Samantha C Patrick, Kylie L Scales, Richard B Sherley, Freydís Vigfúsdóttir, Ewan D Wakefield, Stephen C Votier. 2021. Sexual segregation of gannet foraging over 11 years: movements vary but isotopic differences remain stable Marine Ecology Progress Series 661:1-16 doi:
  5. Vigfusdottir F, Gunnarsson TG and Gill JA. Using forensic ecology to explore synchrony of mortality in colonial seabird. In review
  6. Clark, Vigfusdottir, Bodey, Wanless, Hamer, Blackburn, Montevecchi, Garthe & Voiter. Colony size and latitude drive foraging trip duration and range in a poleward-shifting seabird. Submitted
  7. Bodey, Cleasby, Blount, McElwaine, Vigfusdottir, Bearhop. 2020. Consistent measures of oxidative balance affect survival but not reproduction in a long-distance migrant. Journal of Animal Ecology
  8. Clark, Vigfusdottir, Jessop, Burgos, Bodey & Voiter. 2020. Gannets are not attracted to fishing vessels in Iceland - potential influence of a discard ban and food availability. ICES Journal of Marine Science, doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsz233 
  9. Bodey, Cleasby, Blount, Vigfusdottir, Mackie & Bearhop. 2019. Measures of oxidative state are primarily driven by extrinsic factors in a long-distance migrant. Biology letters 15: 20180750 DOI:10.1098/rsbl.2018.0750
  10. Cleasby, Bodey, Vigfusdottir, McDonald, McElwaine, Mackie, Colhoun & Bearhop. 2017. Climatic conditions produce contrasting influences on demographic traits in a long distance Arctic migrant. Journal of Animal Ecology 86: 285–295  DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.12623
  11. Vigfusdottir F, Gunnarsson T & Gill, J. 2013. Annual and between-colony variation in productivity of Arctic Terns in West Iceland. Bird Study: 60: 289-297  doi: 10.1080/00063657.2013.811214
  12. Vigfusdottir, F. 2012. Drivers of productivity in a subarctic seabird: Arctic Terns in Iceland. PhD thesis, University of East Anglia, UK.
  13. Palsson S, Vigfusdottir F & Ingolfsson A. 2009. Morphological and genetic patterns of hybridizations of herring gulls Larus argentatus and glaucous gulls L. hyperboreus in Iceland. The Auk 126: 376-382  doi: 10.1525/auk.2009.08080
  14. Vigfusdottir F, Lilliendahl K & Gardarsson A. 2009. Diets of the Northen Gannet in Iceland (in Icelandic, English summary).  Bliki 30: 55-60 – Peer-reviewed national journal.  doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.31812.78727
  15. Vigfusdottir F, Palsson S & Ingolfsson A. 2008. Hybridization of glaucous gull (Larus hyperboreus) and herring gull (Larus argentatus) in Iceland: mitochondrial and microsatellite data. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Biological series. 363, 2851–2860 doi:10.1098/rstb.2008.0042
  16. Vigfusdottir F. 2008. Seabirds in changing environment. Fuglar 5: 43-45. Peer-reviewed national journal. 
  17. Gudmundsson GA, Skarphedinsson KH & Vigfusdottir F. 2008. The Effect of heathland fire on birds. Symposium of the Icelandic Agricultural Society. Symposium Journal of the Icelandic agricultural society 2008: 419-421 ISSN: 16707230