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Partner-Specific Odor Recognition in an Antarctic Seabird
Among birds, the Procellariiform seabirds (petrels, albatrosses, and shearwaters) are prime candidates for using chemical cues for individual recognition. These birds have an excellent olfactoryExpand
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Oxygen isotope composition of living land snail shells: data from Italy
Sixty-seven shells of living land snails were selected from 31 different localities across Italy to investigate the relationships between their oxygen isotopic composition (δ18Os) and the mean valueExpand
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Spatial distribution of foraging in female Antarctic fur seals Arctocephalus gazella in relation to oceanographic variables: a scale-dependent approach using geographic information systems
4 Departement de Geomatique, Laboratoire SURFACES, Universite de Liege, 7 place du 20 Aout (A1), 4000 Liege, Belgium ABSTRACT: The distribution of foraging activity for female Antarctic fur seals wasExpand
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Oxygen isotopic composition of fossil equid tooth and bone phosphate: an archive of difficult interpretation
Abstract Variation in the concentration of the stable isotopes of hydrogen, oxygen and carbon have been tested in continental records as tools for quantitative or semi-quantitativeExpand
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GPS Tracking of Foraging Albatrosses
Developments in satellite telemetry have recently allowed considerable progress in the study of long-range movements of large animals in the wild ([1][1]), but the study of the detailed patterns ofExpand
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Magnetostratigraphy and Pliocene-Pleistocene boundary in Italy
Abstract Analysis of some sedimentary series near Rome and comparison with other series in northern and southern Italy give evidence that Arctica islandica, considered a marker species for theExpand
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Species, gender, and identity: cracking petrels' sociochemical code.
Avian chemosignaling remains relatively unexplored, but its potential importance in birds' social behaviors is becoming recognized. Procellariiform seabirds provide particularly appropriate modelsExpand
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The perfume of reproduction in birds: Chemosignaling in avian social life
This article is part of a Special Issue "Chemosignals and Reproduction". Chemical cues were probably the first cues ever used to communicate and are still ubiquitous among living organisms. BirdsExpand
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Potential semiochemical molecules from birds: a practical and comprehensive compilation of the last 20 years studies.
During the past 2 decades, considerable progress has been made in the study of bird semiochemistry, and our goal was to review and evaluate this literature with particular emphasis on the volatileExpand
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A bird-borne data logger, which stores flight directions at regular intervals, was used to reveal the foraging patterns of Thick-billed Murres (Uria lomvia) breeding at Latrabjarg in northwesternExpand
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