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Arctic complexity: a case study on diel vertical migration of zooplankton
- J. Berge, F. Cottier, +12 authors S. Majaneva
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of plankton research
- 9 July 2014
Diel vertical migration (DVM) of zooplankton is a global phenomenon, characteristic of both marine and limnic environments. At high latitudes, patterns of DVM have been documented, but rather little… Expand
Climate warming decreases the survival of the little auk (Alle alle), a high Arctic avian predator
- Johanna E. H. Hovinen, Jorg Welcker, +4 authors H. Steen
- Biology, Medicine
- Ecology and evolution
- 19 July 2014
Delayed maturity, low fecundity, and high adult survival are traits typical for species with a long-life expectancy. For such species, even a small change in adult survival can strongly affect the… Expand
At-sea distribution of foraging little auks relative to physical factors and food supply
Oceanographic processes and bathymetric features that consistently aggregate prey are often thought to be the main cues used by planktivorous birds to detect suitable foraging habi- tat. In this… Expand
Fledging success of little auks in the high Arctic: do provisioning rates and the quality of foraging grounds matter?
- Johanna E. H. Hovinen, Katarzyna Wojczulanis-Jakubas, +5 authors H. Steen
- Polar Biology
- 22 February 2014
AbstractLong-lived birds often face a dilemma between self-maintenance and reproduction. In order to maximize fitness, some seabird parents alternate short trips to collect food for offspring with… Expand
Sea ice phenology and primary productivity pulses shape breeding success in Arctic seabirds
- F. Ramírez, A. Tarroux, +4 authors S. Descamps
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- Scientific Reports
- 3 July 2017
Spring sea ice phenology regulates the timing of the two consecutive pulses of marine autotrophs that form the base of the Arctic marine food webs. This timing has been suggested to be the single… Expand
Author Correction: Sea ice phenology and primary productivity pulses shape breeding success in Arctic seabirds
An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via a link at the top of the paper.
Foraging, reproduction and survival of the zooplanktivorous seabird Little Auk (Alle alle) in the Arctic in relation to climatic and environmental variability
- Johanna E. H. Hovinen
- 23 June 2014
Paper III (article submitted to Global Change Biology) should not be publicly available before its review-process is done and note on its potential acceptance is given.