Long-term Declines in the Size of Northern Fulmar ( Fulmarus glacialis ) Colonies on Eastern Baffin Island, Canada

Published on Jul 3, 2020in Arctic1.54
· DOI :10.14430/ARCTIC70290
Mark L. Mallory50
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Cody J. Dey12
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+ 7 AuthorsJennifer F. Provencher25
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