Marine Ornithology Vol 35, No 1 (2007)

Journal: 
Marine Ornithology
Year: 
2007

Impacts of intraspecific kleptoparasitism and diet shifts on Razorbill Alca torda productivity at the Gannet Islands, Labrador. 1-7.
LAVERS, J.L. & JONES, I.L.
Diet of Black-browed Thalassarche melanophrys and Atlantic Yellow-nosed T. chlororhynchos Albatrosses and White-chinned Procellaria aequinoctialis and Spectacled P. conspicillata Petrels off southern Brazil. 9-20.
COLABUONO, F.I. & VOOREN, C.M.
Reproductive success of the Providence Petrel Pterodroma solandri on Lord Howe Island, Australia. 21-28.
BESTER, A.J., PRIDDEL, D., KLOMP, N.I., CARLILE, N. & O'NEILL, L.E.
Optimizing the width of strip transects for seabird surveys from vessels of opportunity. 29-37.
HYRENBACH, K.D., HENRY, M.F., MORGAN, K.H., WELCH, D.W. & SYDEMAN, W.J.
Alcid winter diet in the northwest Atlantic determined by stable isotope analysis. 39-46.
MOODY, A.T. & HOBSON, K.A.
Trends in seabird and Patagonian Toothfish Dissostichus eleginoides longliner interactions in Falkland Island waters, 2002/03 and 2003/04. 47-55.
OTLEY, H.M., REID, T.A. & POMPERT, J.
The White-chinned Petrel Procellaria aequinoctialis population of the Falkland Islands. 57-60.
REID, T.A., LECOQ, M. & CATRY, P.
Aircraft and vessel disturbances to Common Murres Uria aalge at breeding colonies in central California, 1997-1999. 61-69.
ROJEK, N.A., PARKER, M.W., CARTER, H.R. & MCCHESNEY, G.J.
Population decreases in Little Penguins Eudyptula minor in southeastern Tasmania, Australia, over the past 45 years. 71-76.
STEVENSON, C. & WOEHLER, E.J.
Stomach contents of the Magellanic Penguin Spheniscus magellanicus from the northern distribution limit on the Atlantic coast of Brazil. 77-78.
MARINA B.L.C. PINTO, SALVATORE SICILIANO & ANA PAULA M. DI BENEDITTO
Southernmost record of the Magellanic Penguin Spheniscus magellanicus in Antarctica. 79.
BARBOSA, A., ORTEGA-MORA, L.M., GARCÍA-MORENO, F.T., VALERA, F. & PALACIOS, M.J.
The Red-billed Tropicbird Phaethon rubricauda in Hawaii, with notes on interspecific behavior of tropicbirds. 81-84.
VANDERWERF, E.A. & YOUNG, L.C.
REVIEW: At-sea distribution and abundance of seabirds off southern California: a 20-year comparison (J.W. Mason et al.). 85.
BECKER, B.H.
REVIEW: The Gyrfalcon (E. Potapov & R. Sale). 87.
BURGER, A.E.
REVIEW: Birds of the world (F.B. Gill & M. Wright). 86.
BURGER, A.E.
REVIEW: Global coastal change (I. Valiela). 88.
CAMPHUYSEN, K.

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