Spatial scales of marine conservation management for breeding seabirds

@article{Oppel2018SpatialSO,
  title={Spatial scales of marine conservation management for breeding seabirds},
  author={S. Oppel and M. Bolton and A. Carneiro and M. Dias and J. A. Green and J. Masello and R. Phillips and Ellie Owen and P. Quillfeldt and Annalea M. Beard and S. Bertrand and Jez Blackburn and P. Boersma and Alder Borges and A. Broderick and P. Catry and I. R. Cleasby and Elizabeth Clingham and J. Creuwels and S. Crofts and R. Cuthbert and Hanneke Dallmeijer and D. Davies and R. Davies and B. Dilley and H. Dinis and J. Dossa and M. Dunn and M. A. Efe and A. Fayet and Leila Figueiredo and Adelcides Pereira Frederico and C. Gjerdrum and B. Godley and J. Granadeiro and T. Guilford and K. Hamer and Carolina Hazin and A. Hedd and Leeann Henry and Marcos Hern{\'a}ndez-Montero and J. Hinke and Nobuo Kokubun and Eliza H. K. Leat and L. M. Tranquilla and B. Metzger and T. Milit{\~a}o and Gilson Montrond and W. Mulli{\'e} and O. Padget and Elizabeth J. Pearmain and I. Pollet and K. P{\"u}tz and F. Quintana and N. Ratcliffe and Robert A. Ronconi and P. Ryan and Sarah Saldanha and A. Shoji and J. Sim and C. Small and L. Soanes and A. Takahashi and P. Trathan and W. Trivelpiece and J. Veen and E. Wakefield and N. Weber and S. Weber and Laura Zango and F. Daunt and Motohiro Ito and M. Harris and M. Newell and S. Wanless and J. Gonz{\'a}lez-Sol{\'i}s and J. Croxall},
  journal={Marine Policy},
  year={2018},
  volume={98},
  pages={37-46}
}
Knowing the spatial scales at which effective management can be implemented is fundamental for conservation planning. This is especially important for mobile species, which can be exposed to threats across large areas, but the space use requirements of different species can vary to an extent that might render some management approaches inefficient. Here the space use patterns of seabirds were examined to provide guidance on whether conservation management approaches should be tailored for… Expand

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