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Edited By: Paul F. Donald (Editor in Chief)
Impact Factor: 2.43
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 1/21 (Ornithology)
Online ISSN: 1474-919X
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Populations of Great Cormorants in Arctic waters have grown as sea ice has retreated and the sea surface has become warmer, scientists have found. A study of sea surface temperatures and cormorant populations over half a century showed that on average the birds' numbers increased in warmer winters and decreased in relatively colder years.
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