New publications on ACAP-listed albatrosses and petrels

Five scientific papers on ACAP-listed albatrosses and petrels have recently been published electronically in Volume 37, No. 3 of the open-access journal Marine Ornithology.

Click here to download the PDFs.

Back numbers of the journal are also available on the web site from Volume 16 of 1988.


BUGONI, L. & FURNESS, R.W. 2009. Ageing immature Atlantic Yellow-nosed Thalassarche chlororhynchos and Black-browed T. melanophris Albatrosses in wintering grounds using bill colour and moult. Marine Ornithology 37: 249-252.

BUGONI, L. & FURNESS, R.W. 2009. Age composition and sexual size dimorphism of albatrosses and petrels off Brazil. Marine Ornithology 37: 253-260.

FORSTER, I.P. & PHILLIPS, R.A. 2009. Influence of nest location, density and topography on breeding success in the Black-browed Albatross Thalassarche melanophris. Marine Ornithology 37: 213-217.

SANTORA, J.A., DIETRICH, K.S. & LOMBARD, D. 2009. Fishing activity and seabird vessel attendance near the northern Antarctic Peninsula. Marine Ornithology 37: 241-244.

ZAVALAGA, C.B., ENGBLOM, G., ALFARO-SHIGUETO, J. & MANGEL, J. 2009. Immature Northern Giant Petrels Macronectes halli visiting the coast of Peru. Marine Ornithology 37: 237-240.

John Cooper, ACAP Information Officer, 4 June 2010

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