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Population trends of Alaskan seabirds

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Product Type: Journal Article

Year: 1993

Authors: Hatch, S. A.


Suggested Citation:
Hatch, S. A. 1993. Population trends of Alaskan seabirds. Pacific Seabird Group Bulletin 20(1):3-12.

Abstract


An overview of recent and historical information on seabird population trends in Alaska organized by species or species groups including: fulmars, storm-petrels, cormorants, gulls and terns, small alcids, and large alcids. Article also includes a discussion of possible factors responsible for seabird population changes.

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