Seabird Trophic Position Across Three Ocean Regions Tracks Ecosystem Differences

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Description: Online repository of data and script for: Gagne, T., Hyrenbach, K. D., Hagemann, M., Bass, O., Pimm, S., MacDonald, M., ... & Van Houtan, K. (2018). Seabird Trophic Position Across Three Ocean Regions Tracks Ecosystem Differences. Frontiers in Marine Science, 5, 317.

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We analyze recently collected feather tissues from two species of seabirds, the sooty tern (Onychoprion fuscatus) and brown noddy (Anous stolidus), in three ocean regions (North Atlantic, North Pacific, and South Pacific) with different human impacts. The species are similar morphologically and in the trophic levels from which they feed within each location. In contrast, we detect reliable differe...

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