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Habitat selection and breeding success in a forest-nesting Alcid, the marbled murrelet, in two landscapes with different degrees of forest fragmentation
We studied habitat selection and breeding success in marked populations of a protected seabird (family Alcidae), the marbled murrelet (Brachyramphus marmoratus), in a relatively intact and a heavily
Two- and Three-Dimensional Examination of the Stomach (Virtual Gastroscopy): Technical Note
Habitat Selection and Breeding Success in a Forest-nesting Alcid, the Marbled Murrelet, in Two Landscapes with Different Degrees of Forest Fragmentation
We studied habitat selection and breeding success in marked populations of a protected seabird (family Alcidae), the marbled murrelet (Brachyramphus marmoratus), in a relatively intact and a heavily
DO TWO MURRELETS MAKE A PAIR? BREEDING STATUS AND BEHAVIOR OF MARBLED MURRELET PAIRS CAPTURED AT SEA
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It is found that 92% of the birds that were paired at capture were of male-female pairs, and that paired females were more likely to be producing eggs than were single females, and single murrelets observed at sea should not be assumed to be unpaired or nonbreeders.
Pelagic Predators, Prey and Processes (P4): A Multi-species Approach to the Conservation of Offshore Organisms and Habitats in the California Current System
Pelagic Predators, Prey and Processes” (P4) is an inter-disciplinary initiative developed to address the conservation of marine top predators along the West Coast of North America. P4 integrates