Biology of marine birds

  title={Biology of marine birds},
  author={Elizabeth Anne Schreiber and Joanna Burger},
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Adding the ocean to the study of seabirds: a brief history of at-sea seabird research
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Top Predators in Marine Ecosystems: Their Role in Monitoring and Management
Preface 1. Introduction I. L. Boyd, S. Wanless and C. J. Campheysen 2. Effects of fisheries on ecosystems: just another top predator? Andrew W. Trites, Villy Christensen and Daniel Pauly 3. Physical
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Seabirds and climate: knowledge, pitfalls, and opportunities
  • D. Oro
  • Environmental Science
    Front. Ecol. Evol.
  • 2014
As a physical driver of ecosystem functioning, it is not surprising that climate influences seabird demography and population dynamics, generally by affecting food availability. However, if we zoom
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Contrasting impacts of environmental variability on the breeding biology of two sympatric small procellariiform seabirds in south-eastern Australia
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