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Seabird observations from the south and central Atlantic Ocean, Antarctica to 30°N, March-April 1998 and 2000
Kampp, K. (2001). Seabird observations from the south and central Atlantic Ocean, Antarctica to 30°N, March-April 1998 and 2000. Atlant. Seabirds 3(1): 1-14
In: Atlantic Seabirds. Nederlandse Zeevogelgroep/Seabird Group and Dutch Seabird Group: Sandy, Bedfordshire. ISSN 1388-2511, more
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  • Kampp, K.

Abstract
    Birds were counted in the early austral autumn (mid-March to late April) during two cruises from Ushuaia, Argentina, north to 30°N via the Antarctic Peninsula, passing South Georgia, Tristan da Cunha, the Cape Verdes and other islands. Records are summarised as mean number of each species seen per hour within 2° or 4° latitudinal zones. Pelagic birds occurred abundantly north to Tristan da Cunha, whereas they were scarce or very scarce during the remaining part of the two trips.

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