Southern elephant seal movements and Antarctic sea ice

@inproceedings{Bornemann2000SouthernES,
  title={Southern elephant seal movements and Antarctic sea ice},
  author={Horst Bornemann and Martin Kreyscher and Sven Ramdohr and Torge Martin and Alejandro R. Carlini and Lutz Sellmann and Joachim Ploetz},
  year={2000}
}
Between December 1996 and February 1997, weaned pups and postmoult female elephant seals (Mirounga leonina) were fitted with satellite transmitters at King George Island (South Shetlands). Of the nine adult females tracked for more than two months, three stayed in a localized area between the South Shetlands and the South Orkneys. The other six females travelled southwest along the coast of the Antarctic Peninsula up to the Bellingshausen Sea. Two of them then moved far northeast and hauled out… CONTINUE READING

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