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Population Ecology of Colonially Breeding Seabirds: How Intrinsic Processes, Mediating Influences, and Individual Heterogeneity Affect Population Vital Rates

@inproceedings{McKnight2017PopulationEO,
  title={Population Ecology of Colonially Breeding Seabirds: How Intrinsic Processes, Mediating Influences, and Individual Heterogeneity Affect Population Vital Rates},
  author={Aly McKnight},
  year={2017}
}
  • Aly McKnight
  • Published 2017
  • Biology
  • Reproductive success at seabird colonies is often quite variable, even within a single region. Although exhaustive investigations of reproductive success drivers are not logistically feasible, many long-term seabird colony monitoring datasets may be combined with ancillary environmental datasets to reveal key relationships that may inform management and future investigations. Here we explored biological and environmental influences on reproductive success of two surface-feeding seabird species… CONTINUE READING
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