Sample size required to characterize area use of tracked seabirds
Author(s): Thaxter, C.B., Clark, N.A., Ross-Smith, V.H., Conway, G.J., Bouten, W. & Burton, N.K.H.
Published: June 2017
Publisher: Wiley Pages: 12pp
Journal: The Journal of Wildlife Management
Digital Identifier No. (DOI): 10.1002/jwmg.21283
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Birds and pollution
Increasing human activity brings more pollution into the environment. This can take many forms and can affect birds in a number of ways, as Nina O'Hanlon explains.
BTO is working with partners both to support effective monitoring of seabirds and to assess the pressures they face, so that appropriate conservation solutions can be found.