White-beaked dolphin distribution and association with prey in the Barents Sea

@article{Fall2014WhitebeakedDD,
  title={White-beaked dolphin distribution and association with prey in the Barents Sea},
  author={Johanna Fall and Mette Skern-Mauritzen},
  journal={Marine Biology Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={10},
  pages={957 - 971}
}
Abstract In the Barents Sea, strong top predator responses to repeated stock collapses of the forage fish capelin Mallotus villosus have been observed. The white-beaked dolphin Lagenorhynchus albirostris, a flexible predator with a diverse diet in other marine systems, has been associated with capelin in the Barents Sea. Yet, their distribution and foraging ecology in this ecosystem remain largely unknown. Here we use synoptically collected dolphin and prey spatial data to investigate the… 
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