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Flexibility in the foraging behaviour of the kittiwake may buffer the effect of marine environmental changes

Published on: 30. January 2018
Author: Camilla Næss

Recent Norwegian research shows that the black-legged kittiwake is surprisingly flexible when it comes to finding food for itself and its chicks. The ability to adapt makes this small gull robust to changes in the marine environment – t

Flexibility in the foraging behaviour of the kittiwake may buffer the effect of marine environmental changes

By: Erlend Lorentzen/SEAPOP

Overfishing, climate change, pollution and other anthropogenic process

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