Shearwater Foraging in the Southern Ocean: The Roles of Prey Availability and Winds

@inproceedings{Raymond2010ShearwaterFI,
  title={Shearwater Foraging in the Southern Ocean: The Roles of Prey Availability and Winds},
  author={Ben Raymond and Scott A Shaffer and Serguei Sokolov and Eric J. Woehler and Daniel P Costa and Luke D Einoder and Mark A Hindell and Graham William Hosie and Matt H. Pinkerton and Paul M. Sagar and Darren Meryl Scott and Adam Smith and David Russell Thompson and Caitlin Vertigan and Henri Weimerskirch},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Sooty (Puffinus griseus) and short-tailed (P. tenuirostris) shearwaters are abundant seabirds that range widely across global oceans. Understanding the foraging ecology of these species in the Southern Ocean is important for monitoring and ecosystem conservation and management. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS Tracking data from sooty and short-tailed shearwaters from three regions of New Zealand and Australia were combined with at-sea observations of shearwaters in the Southern… CONTINUE READING

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