The SEAPOP web site will not be available between February 12th at 5:00 PM and February 13th at 8:30 AM (UTC +1). This will not affect the data portal. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Standardization and facilitation of seabird data for use in impact and environmental risk assessments
A new NINA report gives recommendation on how seabird data should best be used in impact and environmental risk assessments.
Surprising prey capture technique by little auk
A new study gives a visual insight into the little auks foraging behaviour.
Report from SEAPOPs key-sites in 2017
This year’s report from SEAPOP’s key-sites gives an overview of the 2017 breeding season.
Mass mortality events of seabirds can have massive effects on populations
Hundreds of dead puffins were found beached in southwest Norway in February-March 2016. This study revealed significant consequences for the populations involved.
SEAPOP 2017 annual brochure (PDF)
A summary of important activities and results from 2017.
SEAPOP key document 2005-2014 (PDF)
A summary of the results of the SEAPOP programme and of the changes in the seabird populations.
- Sympatric population divergence within a highly pelagic seabird species complex (Hydrobates spp.).
- Black-legged kittiwakes as messengers of Atlantifcation in the Arctic.
- Seabirds as guides for fisheries management: European shag Phalacrocorax aristotelis diet as indicator of saithe Pollachius virens recruitment.
- Taking a trip to the shelf: Behavioral decisions are mediated by the proximity to foraging habitats in the black-legged kittiwake.
- Ocean-wide Drivers of Migration Strategies and Their Influence on Population Breeding Performance in a Declining Seabird.