Adelie


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  • noun

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medium-sized penguins occurring in large colonies on the Adelie Coast of Antarctica

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Before joining Adelie, Chris held senior management positions with businesses including Mars, PepsiCo, St.
In 1911, Dr George Levick, who was a surgeon and the medical officer, went on a scientific expedition to study the behaivour of the penguins at Cape Adare, which has the largest Adelie penguin colony in the world.
DIVE TIME Adelie penguins DANGER Killer whales surface in Lynn Canal, Alaska ICE SMILE Beluga whale under ice in White Sea off Russia's coast MAJESTIC Iceberg towers above sea PATCHWORK Sea ice breaks up in late summer in Antarctic BEAR PAIR Polar bears adrift in Arctic Ocean MAROONED Polar bear SEA VIEW Antarctica HUMPTY JUMPTY Humpback lifts its 45 tonnes out of sea
When we see steep declines in populations, as we have been documenting with both chinstrap and Adelie penguins, we know there's a much larger ecological problem.
FRASER'S PENGUINS: A JOURNEY TO THE FUTURE IN ANTARCTICA provides a dramatic natural history of Antarctica's penguins and come from Bill Fraser's thirty-year study of Adelie penguins.
11/04/2011, SCIENCE NEWS -- Food depletion is shrinking populations of Adelie and chinstrap penguins across the West Antarctic Peninsula, U.
Brown Bluff also boasts a colony of 20,000 couples of Adelie penguins.
On the other hand, the number of the Adelie penguins that live on the frozen islands near the Antarctic coastline, has decreased by about 50 %.
Kepak faces invigorated competition in the food-to-go category after a management reshuffle at rival Adelie Group, which in May appointed a new CEO and restructured its business units to focus solely on the food-to-go market targeted by Kepak's convenience food division.
Data gathered at a penguin rookery in Terre Adelie, Antarctica, showed that when winter sea ice dropped an average of 11 percent for several consecutive years, the penguin population also took a nosedive.
To this day, Adelie Land remains France's incontestable share of the Antarctic continent and is used as a valuable base for French scientific research.
The photograph on the front was of Adelie Olson, reputed to be one of the fiercest frontier women of the era.
A foldout map in the middle of the 49-page hardcover shows the trek taken by Mumble and the adelie penguins he meets, telling that part of the story more completely than the movie does.
The emperor penguin can dive almost three times as deep as the Adelie penguin.
Similarly, around the Antarctic Peninsula, Adelie penguins, which winter on increasingly scarce sea ice, are being displaced by chinstrap penguins, which prefer open water, just as elephant seals are pushing aside their cold-loving cousins, the crabeater seals.