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  • Barbraud, C. & Weimerskirch, H. 2001b. Contrasting effects of the extent of sea-ice on the breeding performance of an Antarctic top predator, the Snow Petrel Pagodroma nivea. J. Avian Biol. 32: 297302.
  • Barbraud, C., Weimerskirch, H., Guinet, C. & Jouventin, P. 2000. Effect of sea-ice extent on adult survival of an Antarctic top predator: the Snow Petrel Pagodroma nivea. Oecologia 125: 483488.
  • Croxall, J.P., Trathan, P.N. & Murphy, E.J. 2002. Environmental change and Antarctic seabird populations. Science 297: 15101514.
  • Fraser, W.R. & Patterson, D.L. 1997. Human disturbance and long-term changes in Adelie Penguin populations: a natural experiment at Palmer Station, Antarctic Peninsula. In Battaglia, B., Valencia, J. & Walton, D.W.H. (eds) Antarctic Communities: Species, Structure and Survival: 445452. New York: Cambridge University Press.
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  • Wilson, P.R., Ainley, D.G., Nur, N., Jacobs, S.S., Barton, K.J., Ballard, G. & Comiso, J.C. 2001. Adélie Penguin population change in the pacific sector of Antarctica: relation to sea-ice extent and the Antarctic Circumpolar Current. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 213: 301309.
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