Decline in Seabird numbers

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Subject: Decline in Seabird numbers
From: "Chris Lloyd" <>
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2015 09:40:53 +1100
Sorry to come into this thread a little late and I may have missed something
but I am very interested in any evidence (papers, stats, even pers. coms
from seabird researchers) for the following propositions: "now is a time 

when overall seabird numbers are artificially increased due to the absence
of significant feeding competition from Cetaceans". Any help on references
for these would be greatly appreciated as I spend a fair bit my year doing
field work on pelagic species and their breeding islands for various
agencies. Ciao



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