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1. Preferred foraging areas of Heard Island albatrosses during chick raising and implications for the management of incidental mortality in fisheries [ASAC_2388_alb_foraging]
From the abstract of the referenced paper: 1. Incidental mortality in fisheries is causing declines in many albatross populations around the world. To assess potential interactions with regional ...


2. Distribution and abundance of seabirds in the Southern Indian Ocean, 1978/1979+ [ASAC_2208_seabirds]
This dataset comprises data on the distribution and abundance of seabirds in the Southern Indian Ocean. A database of seal, whale and bird observations made from ships since the 1978/1979 austral ...


3. Heavy metal and organochlorine pollutants in Antarctic vertebrates [ASAC_590]
As top predators seabirds have the potential to accumualte marine pollutants. This study quantified heavy metal loads in 3 species of albatross. From the abstract of the referenced paper: Cadmium ...


4. Nest and colony locations for albatross and giant petrels on Macquarie Island [AAS_4112_Nest_Colony_Locations]   PARENT METADATA
These data were collected as part of project 4112 - Status and trends of Macquarie Island Albatrosses and Giant Petrels: management and conservation of threatened seabirds. These data constitute ...


5. Wake Forest University - Waved Albatross Tracking (2000, 2001) [seamap324]   PARENT METADATA
All birds studied via satellite tracking were nesting in the same part of the breeding colony at Punta Cevallos, on the eastern point of Isla Española (Galápagos archipelago). In 2000 and 2001, a ...


6. Wake Forest University Satellite Tracking - Tern Island Albatrosses 1998 [seamap313]   PARENT METADATA
Satellite telemetry was used to identify the foraging distributions of two congeneric species of albatrosses that nest in the tropics / subtropics. Breeding Black-footed albatross (Phoebastria nigripes) ...


7. Wake Forest University Satellite Tracking - Tern Island Albatrosses 1999 [seamap314]   PARENT METADATA
Satellite telemetry was used to identify the foraging distributions of two congeneric species of albatrosses that nest in the tropics / subtropics. Breeding Black-footed albatross (Phoebastria nigripes) ...


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