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David T. Iles, Robert F. Rockwell, Paul Matulonis, Gregory J. Robertson, Kenneth F. Abraham, J. Chris Davies and David. N. Koons Predators, alternative prey and climate influence annual breeding success of a long-lived sea duck Journal of Animal Ecology 82

Article first published online: 31 JAN 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.12038

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The authors use a long-term study of sea duck breeding ecology to show that a precipitous increase in the abundance of an alternative prey species, driven by human land-use change in mid-continent North America, has had dramatic impacts on the breeding success of a sub-Arctic seabird through effects on shared predators.

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