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Record #207853:

Unintended consequences: how the recovery of sea eagle Haliaeetus spp. populations in the northern hemisphere is affecting seabirds / J. Mark Hipfner, and 7 others.

Title: Unintended consequences: how the recovery of sea eagle Haliaeetus spp. populations in the northern hemisphere is affecting seabirds / J. Mark Hipfner, and 7 others.
Author(s): Hipfner, J. Mark.
Date: 2012.
In: Marine Ornithology. (2012.), Vol. 40(1) (2012)
Abstract: Investigates consequences of recovery in sea eagle (Haliaeetus spp.) populations for seabirds. Sea eagles affect seabirds directly (by taking adults and offspring and by inducing potentially costly behaviours to minimise danger) and indirectly (by encouraging nest predators of seabirds, mainly gulls and corvids). In recent years, sea eagles have been widely implicated in local declines of surface-nesting seabirds in north-east Pacific Ocean (including Alaska and Aleutian Islands).
Notes:

Marine Ornithology. Vol. 40(1) :39-52 (2012).

Keywords: 504.06 -- Environmental protection.
591.5 -- Animal behaviour.
591.131.2 -- Predation.
591.531 -- Dietary preferences.
591.557 -- Interspecific relations.
598.915 -- Accipitridae: Haliaeetus spp.
H5 -- Zoology: birds.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*49) -- Alaska.
SPRI record no.: 207853

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