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less Eurocentric. Table 1G addresses the prevalence of organic compounds, which some authors have identified as a major concern in the deep ocean. The data on seabirds from the eastern coast of Canada cover a 16-year period, during which there appears to have been some reduction in organochlorine

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bergii in Moreton Bay, Australia: diets dependence on trawler discards Mar. Biol 1989 101 1 10 Boldreghini P. Pandolfi M. Sandolini R. The winter diet of the great cormorant on the Po River Delta (preliminary data). Status and conservation of seabirds—Ecogeography and Mediterranean action plan

J.H. Stock

. P. SEKI, 1983. Hawaiian seabird feeding ecology. Wildlife Monographs no. 85: 1-71. (ISSN 0084-0173). The Wildlife Society, 5410 Grosvenor Lane, Bethesda, MD 20814, U.S.A. Price US $4.05. Many wildlife biologists will be aware of this publication, which treats the food habits of Hawaiian seabirds. It

Henry Morales, Joanna Burger, Michael Gochfeld, Deborah Gochfeld, Jorge E. Saliva and David Gochfeld

varies as a function of stage in the reproductive cycle, whether the behaviour of doves nesting within seabird colonies dif- fered from those nesting outside colonies, and whether their nest depar- ture and antipredator behaviour differed as a function of habitat. Changes in antipredator behaviour

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). The known distributions of these crustaceans are consistent with other deep water mesopelagic animals, such as myctophid fish that are the main prey of Leach's storm-petrels in southern Newfoundland. The occurrences of these deep water species as prey support previous contentions that these seabirds

Alexander Gillespie

are a prohibited species, from a prohibited season, caught with the wrong gear or in the wrong place. 163 27 million tonnes.8 This figure may be an underestimate, in that recreational fishery discards are not included, and in many areas a number of species (such as marine mammals, seabirds and

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auks (Alcidae) and other northern seabirds compared with southern Procellariiformes: ornithodolite observations J. Exp. Biol 1987 128 335 347 Pennycuick C.J. Span-ratio analysis used to estimate effective L/D ratio in the double-crested cormorant Phalacrocorax auritus , from field observations J

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antarcticus, as well as tanaids and isopods. Moreover, seabirds, seals, cetaceans, and even the domestic cat are considered, as far as their role in the entire food web is concerned. An important volume, of interest not only to those who study Antarctic biology but also for conservationists and researchers in

J.C. Von Vaupel Klein

antarcticus, as well as tanaids and isopods. Moreover, seabirds, seals, cetaceans, and even the domestic cat are considered, as far as their role in the entire food web is concerned. An important volume, of interest not only to those who study Antarctic biology but also for conservationists and researchers in

John A. Cigliano

on how coastal ecosystems are being affected and are helping to develop mitigation strategies. For example, the Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team ( COASST ) collects information on beached seabirds in the US Pacific Northwest, which has helped to understand the mechanism(s) of elevated