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Flexible foraging strategies in a diving seabird with high flight cost

Abstract:

How central-place foragers change search strategy in response to environmental conditions is poorly known. Foragers may vary the total distance travelled and how far they range from the central place in response to variation in the distribution of their prey. One potential reason as to why they would extend the length of their foraging trip and its distance from the colony would be to increase prey quality or quantity, despite incurring higher transit costs. To test this trade-off hypothesis ...

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10.1007/s00227-014-2492-9

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Journal:
MARINE BIOLOGY
Volume:
161
Issue:
9
Pages:
2121-2129
Publication date:
2014-09-05
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EISSN:
1432-1793
ISSN:
0025-3162
URN:
uuid:9b4fb1b4-0a82-4ae8-aa29-9a16b0d66f94
Source identifiers:
478450
Local pid:
pubs:478450
Language:
English

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