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Foraging flexibility and search patterns are unlinked during breeding in a free-ranging seabird

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In order to maximize foraging efficiency in a varying environment, predators are expected to optimize their search strategy. Environmental conditions are one important factor affecting these movement patterns, but variations in breeding constraints (self-feeding vs. feeding young and self-feeding) during different breeding stages (incubation vs. chick-rearing) are often overlooked, so that the mechanisms responsible for such behavioral shifts are still unknown. Here, to test how search patter...

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Peer reviewed
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10.1007/s00227-016-2826-x

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Japan Student Services Organization More from this funder
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Publisher:
Springer Berlin Heidelberg Publisher's website
Journal:
Marine Biology Journal website
Volume:
163
Issue:
72
Publication date:
2016-03-14
Acceptance date:
2016-01-22
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ISSN:
1432-1793 and 0025-3162
Pubs id:
pubs:611317
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uri:e030dcc9-41eb-4c9d-80b9-016c3aec93b6
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uuid:e030dcc9-41eb-4c9d-80b9-016c3aec93b6
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pubs:611317
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English
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