Relative influence of fisheries and climate on the demography of four albatross species

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  title={Relative influence of fisheries and climate on the demography of four albatross species},
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  year={2010}
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  • Published 2010
Worldwide ecosystems are modified by human activities and climate change. To be able to predict future changes, it is necessary to understand their respective role on population dynamics. Among the most threatened species are top predators because of their position in the food web. Albatross populations are potentially affected by both human activities, especially longline fisheries, and climatic fluctuations. Based on long-term data (1985–2006), we conducted through a comparative approach a… CONTINUE READING
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