Fulmarus glacialis

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Synonyms for Fulmarus glacialis

heavy short-tailed oceanic bird of polar regions

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Relative effects of parental performance and egg quality on breeding success of Fulmars Fulmarus glacialis.
Breeding status, contaminant burden and helminth parasites of Northern Fulmars Fulmarus glacialis from the Canadian High Arctic.
Although no evidence of increasing mortality was found in a 30-yr study of Northern Fulmars Fulmarus glacialis (Ollason and Dunnett 1988), we speculate that even 30 yr of data may be insufficient to show the full extent of the curve in this exceptionally long-lived species.
Species that nest in burrows (Atlantic puffin Fratercula arctica) or on the ground (northern fulmar Fulmarus glacialis, great black-backed Larus marinus and herring gulls Larus argentatus) did not fledge any offspring in 2009, and common murres (Uria aalge) at this colony, the largest for this species in North America, experienced an estimated 4.
1992; Northern Fulmar Fulmarus glacialis, Ollason and Dunnet 1978; Antarctic Fulmar Fulmarus glacialoides, Weimerskirch 1990; Shag Phalacrocorax aristotelis, Amundsen and Stokland 1990; Herring Gull Larus argentatus, Parsons 1975; Black-legged Kittiwake Rissa tridactyla, Coulson and White 1958, 1961; Razorbill Alca torda, Lloyd 1979; Common Murre Uria aalge, Birkhead 1977, Hedgren 1980, Birkhead and Nettleship 1987, Wanless and Harris 1988, Hatchwell 1991; Thick-billed Murre Uria lomvia, Birkhead and Nettleship 1981, 1982, Gaston and Nettleship 1981; Cassin's Auklet Ptychoramphus aleuticus, Ainley et al.
Diets and feeding of fulmars Fulmarus glacialis during the breeding season: a comparison between St.
Ectoparasites of northern fulmars Fulmarus glacialis (Procellariformes: Procellariidae) from the Canadian Arctic.
Key words: colony attendance, Fulmarus glacialis, marine production, northern fulmar, weather
Key words: northern fulmar, Fulmarus glacialis, Arctic, population status, population trend, colony attendance