Selective foraging within estuarine plume fronts by an inshore resident seabird

  title={Selective foraging within estuarine plume fronts by an inshore resident seabird},
  author={Nicole D. Kowalczyk and Richard D. Reina and Tiana J. Preston and Andr{\'e} Chiaradia},
  booktitle={Front. Mar. Sci.},
The distribution of predators relative to specific abiotic and biotic factors within estuarine plume fronts is largely unexplored due to the lack of fine-scale temporal and spatial oceanographic data. Defining preferred foraging conditions of seabirds in these areas is critical to identifying important foraging habitats. Here, we use data obtained from Ships of Opportunity to improve the way we quantify oceanographic conditions at scales that match marine animal foraging activities within these… CONTINUE READING
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