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Temporal variability and the interrelationships between CEMP parameters collected on Adélie penguins at Béchervaise Island / L.M. Emmerson, J. Clarke, K.R. Kerry, C. Southwell.

Title: Temporal variability and the interrelationships between CEMP parameters collected on Adélie penguins at Béchervaise Island / L.M. Emmerson, J. Clarke, K.R. Kerry, C. Southwell.
Author(s): Emmerson, L. M.
Clarke, J.
Kerry, K. R.
Southwell, C.
Date: 2003.
In: CCAMLR Science. (2003.), Vol. 10 (2003)
Abstract: Examines extent of between- and within-season variation of CEMP parameters, and interrelationships between CEMP parameters over time, with particular reference to use of correlation between breeding success and parameters such as within-season weights, incubation shift duration, and foraging trip duration during chick rearing as direct indications of resource availability. Based on data collected from 1990 to 2002 at Béchervaise Island, Antarctica, parameters relating to chick survival display large temporal variability while other parameters, such as arrival counts and incubating nest counts, are more stable between years. Low degree of correlation between parameters collected before incubating with those collected after brooding suggests that events occurring during hatching period are critical for chick survival. There was strong negative correlation between female foraging trip duration during both guard and crèche period, and breeding success. Correlation between breeding success and foraging trip duration was low for males, though male foraging trips during crèche period were moderately correlated with fledgling mass. Within-season penguin weights from Automated Penguin Monitoring System (APMS) indicate that low weights of females at time of departure after egg laying may be early sign of low breeding success.
Notes:

CCAMLR Science. Vol. 10 :75-90 (2003).

Keywords: 598.2 -- Birds.
598.45 -- Penguins: Pygoscelis adeliae.
591.1 -- Animal physiology.
591.16 -- Animal reproduction.
591.134.5 -- Animals, size and body weight.
591.551 -- Animals, breeding behaviour.
591.568 -- Care and feeding of young animals.
591.557 -- Interspecific relations.
574.523 -- Food chains and networks, aquatic.
001.89 -- Research programmes: CCAMLR Ecosystem Monitoring Program (CEMP).
001.89(100) -- Research programmes, international.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 1947- Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 1990-2002 ANARE.
H5 -- Zoology: birds.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*74) -- Australian Antarctic Territory.
(*743) -- Mac. Robertson Land.
SPRI record no.: 167288

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