A comprehensive coastal seabird survey maps out the front lines of ecological change on the western Antarctic Peninsula

@article{Casanovas2015ACC,
  title={A comprehensive coastal seabird survey maps out the front lines of ecological change on the western Antarctic Peninsula},
  author={Paula Casanovas and Ron Naveen and Steve Forrest and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Poncet and Heather J. Lynch},
  journal={Polar Biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={38},
  pages={927-940}
}
AbstractSeabirds along the western Antarctic Peninsula are known to be shifting in abundance and distribution in response to changing sea ice and prey distributions, but the spatial extent of these changes has remained an open question because survey efforts have focused on the more easily accessed northern coastline. We used a yacht-based field expedition (January 5–21, 2013) to complete the first comprehensive penguin (Pygoscelis spp.) and blue-eyed shag (Phalacrocorax [atriceps… CONTINUE READING

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