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Distribution, abundance and population trends of the Kittlitz's Murrelet Brachyramphus brevirostris in Prince William Sound, Alaska
Monitoring population trends of rare species can be difficult if they cannot be readily separated from closely related, abundant species . Such species identification problems affect monitoring inExpand
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Winter dispersal and activity patterns of post-breeding black-legged kittiwakes Rissa tridactyla from Prince William Sound, Alaska
As colony-specific wintering ecology of small and medium-sized seabirds is poorly understood, it has been generally assumed that winter conditions have the same effect on all indi- viduals from anyExpand
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‘Stepping stone’ pattern in Pacific Arctic tern migration reveals the importance of upwelling areas
Arctic terns Sterna paradisaea are noted for their extraordinary migration between Arctic and sub-Arctic breeding grounds and Antarctic wintering areas. Until recently, few data existed to documentExpand
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Climate vulnerability and resilience in the most valuable North American fishery
Significance Climate change is impacting global fisheries and societies that depend on them. Identifying climate adaptation measures requires understanding how environmental changes and managementExpand
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It’s about time: A synthesis of changing phenology in the Gulf of Maine ecosystem
Abstract The timing of recurring biological and seasonal environmental events is changing on a global scale relative to temperature and other climate drivers. This study considers the Gulf of MaineExpand
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Complex patterns of temperature sensitivity, not ecological traits, dictate diverse species responses to climate change
Despite widespread interest in describing and forecasting the impacts of climate change on species distributions, poor understanding of the climate variables that shape distributions and conflictingExpand
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Comparing and synthesizing quantitative distribution models and qualitative vulnerability assessments to project marine species distributions under climate change
Species distribution shifts are a widely reported biological consequence of climate-driven warming across marine ecosystems, creating ecological and social challenges. To meet these challenges andExpand
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Relationships among Kittlitz's murrelet habitat use, temperature-depth profiles, and landscape features in Prince William Sound, Alaska, USA
Although seabirds search large areas for food, their distributions often correlate with physical characteristics of the marine environment that can serve to aggregate prey. Kittlitz's murreletsExpand
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