- Author:A. Webb,et al
- Publisher:Joint Nature Conservation Committee; First Edition edition (December 31, 1990)
- Pages:282 pages
- Subcategory:Biological Sciences
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Nature Conservancy Council Seabirds at Sea Project, November 1983-October 1986. Peterborough: Nature Conservancy Council, 1987.
L. Tasker, A. Webb, A. J. Hall, M. W. Pienkowski & D. R. Langslow Seabirds in the North Sea: Final Report of Phase 2 of the Nature Conservancy Council Seabirds at Sea Project, November 1983-October 1986. 336 pp.
Seabird distribution west of Britain. Final report of Phase 3 of the Nature Conservancy council Seabirds at Sea Project November 1986 - March 1990, Nature Conservancy Council, Aberdeen. Wetlands International. Wilson, B. Batty, R. Daunt, F. & Carter, C. 2007. Collision risks between marine renewable energy devices and mammals, fish and diving birds. Report to the Scottish Executive. Scottish Association for Marine Science, Oban, Scotland.
Maps of vulnerable concentrations of seabirds for each month of the year have been published with interpretative text
Substantial information on the offshore distribution of seabirds exists for the North Sea and nearby areas. This information is extensive but is not easily applicable to management problems, such as oil pollution incidents. Maps of vulnerable concentrations of seabirds for each month of the year have been published with interpretative text. These maps can be used as a management tool, for example, in assessing potential risk or in the event of an oil pollution incident.
At-sea distribution of seabirds has been studied on different scales and with different focus in many parts of the world. However, factors and/or processes causing certain patterns are often not easily explained. In this study, we used multiyear distributional data in combination with behavioural observations and food sampling to investigate spatial and temporal patterns and their possible causes during spring migration.
Final report of project 5 of the project consortium "Marine . Important bird areas for seabirds in the North Sea, including the Channel and the Kattegat. An atlas of seabird distribution in north-west European waters. Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Peterborough, 326pp.
Final report of project 5 of the project consortium "Marine Warmblüter in Nord- und Ostsee: Grundlagen zur Bewertung von Windkraftanlagen im Offshorebereich (MINOS)". Maes . Cliquet . Seys . Meire P. & Offringa H. 2000. Limited Atlas of the Belgian Part of the North Sea. Institute of Nature Conservation, Brussel. Birdlife International, Cambridge, 156pp.
6 The Seabird Tissue Archival and Monitoring Project (STAMP) and .
One such approach involved studying seabird distributions at sea from boats. Whereas early work was targeted towards establishing the distribution patterns of seabirds (. Furthermore, it allows information on individual birds to be collected, in contrast to boat-based observations, which involve larger samples of birds but where individuals cannot be tracked over larger areas or time spans. Understanding patterns in distributions, activities, and foraging behaviours of seabirds requires interdisciplinary approaches.
United Kingdom, Nature Conservancy Council, Seabirds at Sea Team. Bibliography: . 16-331; Appendex A. List of reports and papers produced by the Seabirds at Sea Project. Abstract: Monographic Series n. Conference: Imprint: Peterborough : Nature Conservancy Council, 1987. ISSN: Keywords: Birds. Geographical distribution.
Seabird monitoring handbook for Britain and Ireland. In 1984, the Seabird Group and the Nature Conservancy Council jointly planned a repeat survey, carried out mainly in 1985-87
Seabird monitoring handbook for Britain and Ireland. d Group, Peterborough. A more basic definition, provided for seabirds by Hatch et al. (1994), is that "Seabird monitoring is the accumulation of time series data on any aspect of seabird distribution, abundance, demography or behaviour. In 1984, the Seabird Group and the Nature Conservancy Council jointly planned a repeat survey, carried out mainly in 1985-87. At the same time, the Seabird Colony Register (SCR) was established as a computerised database for storage and analysis of these and other counts on a continuing basis.