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Marine Foraging Birds As Bioindicators of Mercury in the Gulf of Maine
From existing databases, we compiled and evaluated 604 total mercury (Hg) levels in the eggs and blood of 17 species of marine foraging birds from 35 Gulf of Maine islands to provide baseline dataExpand
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A Review of the World's Active Seabird Restoration Projects
Within the past several decades, seabird populations have been actively restored in locales where they were reduced or extirpated. Chick translocation, acoustic vocalization playbacks, and decoys areExpand
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Recovery and Restoration on Seabird Islands
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Effects of Gull Predation and Predator Control on Tern Nesting Success at Eastern Egg Rock, Maine
Abstract Gull predation is an important source of egg and chick mortality for many seabirds. From 2003-2005, the effects of gull predation and a predator control program on tern nesting success wereExpand
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Using Animal Behavior for Conservation: Case Studies in Seabird Restoration from The Maine Coast, USA
To develop successful restoration programs for wildlife, conservation biologists should consider features of animal behavior to help design restoration plans. This paper presents case studies of theExpand
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Breeding Dispersal and Survival of Arctic Terns (Sterna Paradisaea) Nesting in the Gulf of Maine
Abstract We used capture–mark–recapture (or re-encounter) analysis of a metapopulation to estimate the probability of survival, re-encounter, and dispersal of Arctic Terns (Sterna paradisaea) nestingExpand
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Using Animal Behavior for Conservation
To develop successful restoration programs for wildlife, conservation biologists should consider features of animal behavior to help design restoration plans. This paper presents case studies of theExpand
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