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Discards ban could impact seabird populations
Date:3/14/2013

indings suggest scavenging is more common in this species than previously thought. This suggests a discard ban may have a significant impact on gannet behaviour, particularly so for males. But a continued reliance on 'natural' foraging shows the ability to switch away from discards, but only if there is sufficient forage fish to meet their needs in the absence of a discard subsidy."


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Contact: Alan Williams
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University of Plymouth
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