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Migration and habitat of white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) in the eastern Pacific Ocean
Satellite telemetry studies of 20 adult and sub-adult white sharks (360–530 cm estimated total length (TL)) in the eastern North Pacific during 1999–2005 revealed long distance seasonal migrationsExpand
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Influences of the El Niño/Southern Oscillation and the North Atlantic Oscillation on avian productivity in forests of the Pacific Northwest of North America
To model the effects of global climate phenomena on avian population dynamics, we must identify and quantify the spatial and temporal relationships between climate, weather and bird populations.Expand
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Satellite tagging: expanded niche for white sharks
Until the advent of electronic tagging technology1,2,3,4, the inherent difficulty of studying swift and powerful marine animals made ecological information about sharks of the family Lamnidae5,6Expand
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Trophic Relationships among Seabirds in Central California: Combined Stable Isotope and Conventional Dietary Approach
We used stable isotope analysis (SIA) and conventional techniques of diet assessment to determine marine trophic relationships in the Gulf of the Farallones, California, with an emphasis on marineExpand
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Ocean warming and long-term change in pelagic bird abundance within the California current system
As a result of repeated sampling of pelagic bird abundance over 3 X lo5 km2 of open ocean 4 times a year for 8 yr we report that seabird abundance within the California Current system has declined byExpand
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Effects of age, breeding experience, mate fidelity and site fidelity on breeding performance in a declining population of Cassin’s auklets
Summary 1. We examined how mate and site fidelity varied with age, experience and sex, and how age, breeding experience, mate experience, site experience and sex affected annual reproductive successExpand
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THE FIRST BASIC PROBLEM: A REVIEW OF MOLT AND PLUMAGE HOMOLOGIES
Abstract All birds have fundamentally similar patterns of plumage succession. Thus Humphrey and Parkes (1959) proposed a system of nomenclature (the H-P system), based on homologies, that has becomeExpand
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