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Record #188876:

How do different data logger sizes and attachment positions affect the diving behaviour of little penguins? / Yan Ropert-Coudert, and 3 others.

Title: How do different data logger sizes and attachment positions affect the diving behaviour of little penguins? / Yan Ropert-Coudert, and 3 others.
Author(s): Ropert-Coudert, Yan.
Date: 2007.
Publisher: Amsterdam: Elsevier
Abstract: Investigates whether size or place of attachment of data loggers affected diving behaviour of male and female Eudyptula minor at colony on Phillip Island, Australia. Positioning of data logger on middle or lower section of back had little or no effect on diving variables, whereas size of logger had strong effects. Birds with large loggers made shorter dives and reached shallower depths, and also made more dives, probably to compensate for extra cost of carrying large logger. Measured variables also differed between sexes, with logger size having sex-specific effect on trip duration and descent speed.
Notes:

Offprint: Deep-sea Research. Part II. Vol. 54, no. 3-4.

Keywords: 59 -- Zoology.
59.08 -- Zoological methods.
59.087.2 -- Marking, banding and ringing.
53.087.23 -- Remote sensing.
598.45 -- Penguins: Eudyptula minor.
591.173.5 -- Diving.
H5 -- Zoology: birds.
(94) -- Australia.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-PAM: 598.45[Eudyptula minor]
SPRI record no.: 188876

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