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Shearwater Foraging in the Southern Ocean: The Roles of Prey Availability and Winds

By Ben Raymond, Scott A. Shaffer, Serguei Sokolov, Eric J. Woehler, Daniel P. Costa, Luke Einoder, Mark Hindell, Graham Hosie, Matt Pinkerton, Paul M. Sagar, Darren Scott, Adam Smith, David R. Thompson, Caitlin Vertigan and Henri Weimerskirch
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Public Library of Science
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