Questions. Studies into costatal seabirds: understanding the imortance of currents, topography and meteorology when estimating responses to environmental change 18/07/2019

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Questions. Studies into costatal seabirds: understanding the imortance of currents, topography and meteorology when estimating responses to environmental change

James Waggitt , lecturer in Marine Biology at the School Of Ocean Sciences (Bangor University, U.K.), presented in his conference titled " Studies into coastal seabirds: understanding the importance of currents, topography and meteorology when estimating responses to environmental change", an overview of how currents, topography and meteorology interactions influence the distributions of foraging seabirds in coastal environments, and how predicted changes of anthropogenic developments and climate change affect species habitat selection. The conference summarised several studies across Europe, in which reasons of habitat selection and responses of foraging seabirds to environmental variability within these habitats have been evaluated.

James Wagitt
Lecturer in Marine Biology, Bangor University

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