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Populations, productivity, and feeding habits of seabirds on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska
by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska Fish and Wildlife Research Center in Anchorage, Alaska
Written in English
|Other titles||Monitoring seabird populations in areas of oil and gas development on the Alaskan Continental Shelf: populations, productivity, and feeding habits of seabirds on St. Lawrence Island: final report.|
|Statement||by John F. Piatt ... [et al.] ; submitted to Minerals Management Service, Environmental Studies Unit.|
|Contributions||Piatt, John F., United States. Minerals Management Service. Environmental Studies (Anchorage, Alaska), Alaska Fish and Wildlife Research Center (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 235 p. :|
|Number of Pages||235|
Breeding chronology and productivity of Black-legged Kittiwakes Rissa tridacytla at Bluff, Alaska, Associations with regional environmental indices and distant colonies Authors INDICES AND DISTANT COLONIES EDWARD C. MURPHY 1, DAVID G. ROSENEAU 2, ALAN M. SPRINGER 3 & G. VERNON BYRD 2,: E C Murphy, D G Roseneau, A M Springer, G V Byrd. SEABIRD COLONY SURVEY OF SOUTH AND EAST KODIAK ISLAND, ALASKA, JUNE Shawn W. Stephensen, Dennis C. Zwiefelhofer, and Rebecca J. Howard Key words: Alaska, Aleutian tern, arctic tern, Beringian Seabird Colony Catalog, black-legged kittiwake, breeding population, census, double-crested cormorant, Kodiak Island.
We tracked the movements of Common Murres (Uria aalge), Thick-billed Murres (U. lomvia), and Tufted Puffins (Fratercula cirrhata) using surgically implanted satellite transmitters. From –, we tagged 53 birds from two colonies in the Gulf of Alaska (Middleton Island and Barren Islands) and two colonies in the Chukchi Sea (Cape Thompson and Cape Lisburne). Murres and puffins ranged Cited by: AMNWR /14 BIOLOGICAL MONITORING AT ST. PAUL ISLAND, ALASKA IN Gregory Thomsonand Brie Drummond Key words: Aethia pusilla, Bering Sea, black-legged kittiwake, breeding biology, common murre, least auklet, Otter Island, Phalacrocorax urile, populations, Pribilof Islands, productivity, redfaced - cormorant, red-legged kittiwake, Rissa brevirostris, Rissa tridactyla, St. Paul Island.
They are big and healthy,” said Scott Hanson, the boat’s co-owner and captain, during summer fishing that at one point took him into northern Bering Sea within 10 miles of St. Lawrence Island. Close Sealy b) provided the earliest review of the biology of this species in the North Pacific, with details of breeding ecology on St. Lawrence Island. Soon after, Wehle (Wehle, D. H. S. (). Summer food and feeding ecology of Tufted and Horned Puffins on Buldir Island, Alaska Master's Thesis, Univ. of Alaska, Fairbanks.
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Populations, Productivity, and Feeding Habits of Seabirds on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska Final Report John F. Piatt, Scott A. Hatch, Bay D. Roberts, Wayne W. Lidster, John L. Wells, and J. Christopher Haney U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska Fish and Wildlife Research Center East Tudor Road Anchorage, Alaska Submitted to.
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Lawrence Island, Alaska. Alaska book OCS Study MMS Final Report, Minerals Management Service, Anchorage, Alaska. Google ScholarCited by: Population estimation, productivity, and food habits of nesting seabirds at Cape Pierce and the Pribilof Islands, Bering Sea, Alaska.
Final report. Populations, Productivity, and Feeding Habits of Seabirds on St. Lawrence Island MMS Fall Migration of Ross' Gull, Rhodostethia Rosea, in Alaskan Chukchi and Beaufort Seas MMS Aerial Surveys of Endangered Whales in the Beaufort Sea, Fall MMS The feeding habits of three plankton-feeding Alcidae, the least, crested, and parakeet auklets were studied on St.
Lawrence Island, Alaska, between and Author: Jean Bédard. In this context, we can learn something about the state of health of the Gulf of St. Lawrence by analyzing population trends in seabirds living in the migratory and feeding habits of seabirds on St.
Lawrence Island sanctuaries on the North Shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence (Figure 1). These observations are based on bird censuses conducted every five years since Haggblom & MendenhallSimilarly, field crews recorded breeding chronology, numbers of nests and productivity on St.
Paul Island in, and on St. George Island in. Feeding habitats for seabirds The role of seabirds in marine ecosystems and nutrient cycling Mechanisms used by seabirds for obtaining food 4. Seabird migration 5.
Life cycles and breeding behavior of seabirds Social breeding and mating systems Breeding parameters of seabirds Seabird physiology 6. Population. Abstract. Systematic ship-board surveys were used to simultaneously record seabird abundances and resolve coarse-scale (3 to 10 km) horizontal and fine-scale (1 to 10 m) vertical variability in water-column structure and bathymetry for portions of the coastal zone in Anadyr Strait near western St.
Lawrence Island, northern Bering Sea, Alaska, during August and September Cited by: Seabirds are marine animals. A great deal is known about their ecology, yet paradoxically almost all this information has been collected at the birds’ breeding sites on land (see, e.g., Bédard, ; Cited by: Population Size, Productivity, and Food Habits of Seabirds Nesting on St.
Lawrence Island, Alaska. Develop bioindicators of ecosystem structure and health for the Bering Sea using plankton-feeding and fish-eating seabirds nesting on St. Lawrence Island. In comparison to Norton Sound, breeding seabirds on St. Lawrence Island number in the order of 2 × 10 6, with planktivores consuming about 8 × 10 6 g C d −1 and piscivores consuming about 16 × Cited by: About million seabirds of 12 species breed on St.
Lawrence Island (Figure 1) - one of the largest aggregations of breeding seabirds in the subarctic Pacific. Colonies of least and crested auklets alone, totaling million birds, contain a substantial proportion (perhaps 20%) of these species’ world populations.
Large seabird colonies occur also at Cape Thompson (Figure 2), where thick Author: Scott A. Hatch, John F. Piatt, Brian S.
Fadely, Bay D. Roberts. Populations, productivity, and feeding habits of seabirds on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska: Final report. A field camp was established at Kongkok Bay near the southwest cape of St. Lawrence Island and occupied continuously from 24 May to 2 September AMNWR /03 BREEDING STATUS AND POPULATION TRENDS OF SEABIRDS IN ALASKA, Compiled By: Donald E.
Dragoo, Heather M. Renner and Robb S. Kalera Key words: Aethia, Alaska, Aleutian Islands, ancient murrelet, Bering Sea, black-legged kittiwake, Cepphus, Cerorhinca, Chukchi Sea, common murre, crested auklet, fork-tailed storm-petrel, Fratercula.
AMNWR /03 BREEDING STATUS AND POPULATION TRENDS OF SEABIRDS IN ALASKA, Compiled By: Donald E. Dragoo, Heather M. Renner and David B. Ironsa Key words: Aethia, Alaska, Aleutian Islands, ancient murrelet, Bering Sea, black-legged kittiwake, Cepphus, Cerorhinca, Chukchi Sea, common murre, crested auklet, fork-tailed storm-petrel, Fratercula.
Waters around the Pribilof Islands seemed to be the final destination of wintering murres inas most birds remained there for the duration of our study.
One male Thick-billed Murre made repeated trips between the Pribilof Islands and St. Lawrence Island, presumably using open water areas that form off the coasts of St. Lawrence in by: (). Populations, productivity and feeding habits of seabirds at Cape Thompson, Alaska. Anchorage, AK: U.S. Fish Wildl.
Serv. Close Fadely et al. Many have been banded in Canada, Greenland, and Europe, resulting in a much better knowledge of movements than for most arctic seabirds (Tuck, L. (). Technical Report: Monitoring seabird populations in areas of oil and gas development on the Alaskan continental shelf: Foraging distribution and feeding ecology of seabirds at the Diomede Islands, bering strait.
Final report.global-warming. Known to have been breeding on St. Lawrence Island in Alaska for 35 years. Food and Feeding Habits Feeds on small crustaceans (shrimp) and copepods.
Adults carry food back to the young in pouches in their cheeks. Both parents feed the young.I found this interesting comment in the Life Histories of North American Diving Birds by.LGL is one of North America's leading ecological research companies. Founded inwe have built our reputation conducting benchmark environmental studies.
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