Foraging at a front: hydrography, zooplankton, and avian planktivory in the northern Bering Sea

@inproceedings{2006ForagingAA,
  title={Foraging at a front: hydrography, zooplankton, and avian planktivory in the northern Bering Sea},
  author={},
  year={2006}
}
  • Published 2006
We studied hydrographic structure, zooplankton distributions, and foraging by planktivorous seabirds in the Anadyr Strait, northern Bering Sea, during 4 summer cruises (1984-1986, 1993). The western portion of the strait was occupied by cold, dense Anadyr water that was mixed from top to bottom. This mixed water was separated from the stratified Bering Shelf water on the eastern side of the strait by a sharp surface front (the 'Anadyr Front'). Net sampling indicated that calanoid copepods were… CONTINUE READING

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