Population dynamics, ecology and behaviour of Falkland Skuas

The dataseries is a collection of data, such as count of breeding pairs, eggs and chicks and capture-mark-recapture of breeding birds, which allow researchers to learn about Falkland Skuas demography, ecology and behavior. Populations of Falkland Skuas in New Island are monitored annually in nesting areas around the settlement. Field works occur during the austral summer season.

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Additional Info

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Last Updated December 14, 2020, 09:52 (PST)
Created January 30, 2020, 05:20 (PST)
Region Falkland Islands
Language eng
Topic Category Biota; flora and/or fauna in natural environment
Temporal Extent Start 2003-01-01
Temporal Extent End 2018-12-31
Dataset Reference Date 2017
Lineage The file contains identification (by reading the ring) of breeders per nest, count of eggs, and count of chicks per nest. In some years, additional data are collected on diet (assessed from pellets) and samples of blood and feathers for stable isotope composition.
West Longitude -61.3328
South Latitude -51.7908
East Longitude -61.2102
North Latitude -51.6479
Spatial Reference System WGS84
Responsible Organisation Name Hidden (personal data protection)
Contact Mail Address Hidden (personal data protection)
Responsible Party Role Hidden (personal data protection)
Access Limitations Restricted, send data request to data owner
Use Constraints Restricted, but open subject to limitations and prior agreement with responsible organisation. Copyright must be cited
Resource Reference Copyrights and Intellectual property right apply. These will be defined with the owner of the data
Data Format csv
Update Frequency annually
Accuracy Unknown
Resource Type Dataseries
Original Title Hidden (internal use only)
Metadata Date 2018-05-17
Metadata Point of Contact datamanager@saeri.ac.fk
Contact Consent Contact details hidden
Unique Resource ID FK-ISPA-174

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