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Well-timed hatching may increase chick survival rates
Synchronous hatching in seabird colonies increases the defensive power against specialized predators.
PhD on seabird migration patterns based on SEATRACK data
- With young scientists like Benjamin on the team, the future looks bright for seabird research.
Report from SEAPOP’s key sites in 2018
Presenting detailed estimates of the most important monitoring parameters from 14 locations.
Will scare seabirds from drowning
A new study reveals that between 4 000 and 8 000 seabirds probably drown each year in connection with the coastal gillnet-fisheries in Norway. Researchers suggest scaring the birds as a possible measure for reducing the number of deaths.
SEAPOP Key Site Report 2018 (PDF)
A summary of important results from the key site monitoring in 2018.
SEAPOP key document 2005-2014 (PDF)
A summary of the results of the SEAPOP programme and of the changes in the seabird populations (in Norwegian only).
- Key-site monitoring in Norway 2018, including Svalbard and Jan Mayen.
- Sjøfugl i Norge 2018. Resultater fra SEAPOP-programmet
- Spatial and temporal variations in seabird bycatch: Incidental bycatch in the Norwegian coastal gillnet-fishery.
- Breeding synchrony and predator specialization: A test of the predator swamping hypothesis in seabirds.
- Fit is fat: winter body mass of Atlantic Puffins Fratercula arctica.