Modelling impacts of long-line fishing: what are the effects of pair-bond disruption and sex-biased mortality on albatross fecundity?

@article{Mills2005ModellingIO,
  title={Modelling impacts of long-line fishing: what are the effects of pair-bond disruption and sex-biased mortality on albatross fecundity?},
  author={M. Mills and P. Ryan},
  journal={Animal Conservation},
  year={2005},
  volume={8},
  pages={359-367}
}
Long-line fishing mortality poses a significant threat to many large procellariiform seabirds. To date, estimates of impacts have concentrated on lower survival rates, largely ignoring the costs to fecundity resulting from disruption of breeding pairs and skews in sex ratio. A comparative, stochastic, individual-based model was used to investigate these costs for the wandering albatrossDiomedeaexulans. Ignoring the time taken to replace a lost mate overestimates fecundity by 13–18%, resulting… Expand

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