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Six pelagic seabird species of the North Atlantic engage in a fly-and-forage strategy during their migratory movements

Marine Ecology Progress Series ()

https://doi.org/10.3354/meps13872

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F Amélineau
Norwegian Polar Institute
B Merkel
Norwegian Polar Institute
Akvaplan-niva
A Tarroux
The FRAM Centre
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
S Descamps
Norwegian Polar Institute
T Anker-Nilssen
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
O Bjørnstad
VS Bråthen
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
O Chastel
Centre d'Etudes Biologiques de Chizé
S Christensen-Dalsgaard
Centre d'Etudes Biologiques de Chizé
French National Centre for Scientific Research
J Danielsen
Havstovan
F Daunt
UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
N Dehnhard
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
M Ekker
Norwegian Environment Agency
KE Erikstad
The FRAM Centre
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
A Ezhov
Murmansk Marine Biological Institute
P Fauchald
The FRAM Centre
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
M Gavrilo
Northern (Arctic) Federal University
Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute
GT Hallgrimsson
University of Iceland
ES Hansen
Icelandic Tourism Research Centre
MP Harris
UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
M Helberg
Østfold University College
HH Helgason
Norwegian Polar Institute
Icelandic Tourism Research Centre
MK Johansen
Norwegian Polar Institute
JE Jónsson
University of Iceland
Y Kolbeinsson
Icelandic Tourism Research Centre
Y Krasnov
Murmansk Marine Biological Institute
M Langset
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
SH Lorentsen
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
E Lorentzen
Norwegian Polar Institute
MV Melnikov
Lipetsk State Pedagogical University
B Moe
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
MA Newell
UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
B Olsen
Havstovan
T Reiertsen
The FRAM Centre
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
GH Systad
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
P Thompson
University of Aberdeen
TL Thórarinsson
Icelandic Tourism Research Centre
E Tolmacheva
S Wanless
UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
K Wojczulanis-Jakubas
University of Gdańsk
J Åström
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
H Strøm
Norwegian Polar Institute
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