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Phoenix Islands To Be Protected Under Global Conservation Map

...expeditions since 2000 found great marine biodiversity, including more than 120 species of coral and 520 species of fish, some new to science. Nesting seabird populations, as well as healthy fish populations and the presence of sea turtles and other species, demonstrated the pristine nature of the area and i...
seabird in Biological News

Study links seabird deaths to soap-like foam produced by red-tide algae

In late 2007, hundreds of dead and stranded seabirds washed up on the shores of Monterey Bay, their feathers saturated with water and coated with an unknown substance. After an intensive investigation, scientists determined that a massive "red tide" bloom of marine algae had produced a foamy soap-...

High hormone levels in seabird chicks prepare them to kill their siblings

The Nazca booby, a Galpagos Island seabird, emerges from its shell ready to kill its brother or sister. Wake Forest University biologists and their colleagues have linked the murderous behavior to high levels of testosterone and other male hormones found in the hatchlings. The study appears in...

Overfishing may drive endangered seabird to rely upon lower quality food

The effects of overfishing may have driven marbled murrelets, an endangered seabird found along the Pacific coast, to increasingly rely upon less nutritious food sources, according to a new study by biologists at the University of California, Berkeley. The results, to be published online by early...

NOAA report finds threats to California's Cordell Bank Marine Sanctuary

...gear that came into contact with the sanctuary's rocky reef and soft sediment habitats. The report notes that populations of rockfish, salmon, some seabird species, and leatherback sea turtles that use the sanctuary are depleted, but that fishery closures are helping to rebuild depleted fish stocks. Th...

Oregon's Rogue River Basin to face climate-change hurdles

... will be Port Orford Cedar and Brewer's Spruce, which are relics from the last ice age, as well as the Marbled Murrelet, an already threatened coastal seabird that nests in old-growth forests, Spotted Owl and fisher, the report noted. High-elevation changes also will threaten other bird species and native ve...

Seabird ammonia emissions contribute to atmospheric acidity

...iation in atmospheric ammonia concentrations above seabird colonies", published in Atmospheric Environment , has shown how emissions may vary between seabird species, with a higher proportion of ammonia volat...e ground nesting birds compared to burrow nesters. seabird populations are fluctuating, with some species inc...

Neighbors from hell: Infanticide rife in guillemot colony

... One of Britain's best-known species of seabird is increasingly attacking and killing unattended chicks from neighbouring n... She comments: "This research highlights how fragile the social fabric of a seabird colony is. Having a stressed, hungry neighbour isn't good news if you're an...

New study raises concerns about proposed mitigation strategy for marine bycatch

...mpensatory mitigation" of fisheries bycatch, using seabird deaths caused by a longline fishery as an example....uggested that eradicating rats from an island with seabird nesting colonies could have more benefits for a po...ce bycatch in the longline fishery. A number of seabird experts, however, were skeptical of the paper's fi...

Project succeeding to relocate Caspian terns

...re abundant species, were shot during the first two years at the East Sand Island tern nesting site. "Officials from the National Audubon Society's seabird Restoration Program told us we'd probably have to initially conduct some lethal gull control," Roby said, "or the gulls could prevent the tern colony ...

Rats on islands disrupt ecosystems from land to sea, researchers find

... easy prey. But the ecological impacts of rats on islands extend far beyond seabird nesting colonies, according to a new study by researchers at the University...acles, and other invertebrates. These changes result from the decimation of seabird populations by the rats, according to graduate student Carolyn Kurle, who l...
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