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Seabird Biodiversity and Human Activities

By: Jaime A Ramos(Editor), Leonel Pereira(Editor)
260 pages, 6 colour & 30 b/w illustrations
Publisher: CRC Press
Seabird Biodiversity and Human Activities
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  • Seabird Biodiversity and Human Activities ISBN: 9780367498276 Hardback Jun 2022 In stock
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Seabirds are global travellers connecting oceans and seas all over the world and are facing multiple threats at local and global scales. Seabirds are long-lived top predators, reflecting changes at lower trophic levels, and are good models to assess ecological changes produced by human societies. Thus, worldwide collaborations are needed to understand seabird ecology and to develop effective conservation measures benefitting both humans and seabird populations.

This book provides a modern overview of seabird biodiversity studies: it begins by covering the most up-to-date techniques to study seabirds, and then focus on pragmatic issues related to interactions between seabirds and humans, the use of seabirds as ecological indicators and the conservation of seabirds. It gives an updated insight on all these topics and highlights gaps that need further development for a comprehensive understanding of the relationships between seabirds and human actions.

This book covers the response of the seabird research community to a biodiversity crisis aiming to contribute toward environmental sustainability. It should provide inspiration to a wide range of professionals and students, including much needed worldwide collaboration between research groups and practitioners. In this way, seabird research and conservation provide inspiration for the solution of global issues such as climate change.


- An Introduction to Seabirds and Their Study / Marie Claire Gatt, José Pedro Granadeiro and Paulo Catry
- Conventional and Modern Approaches to Study Seabird Trophic Ecology and Diet / Filipe R. Ceia, José C. Xavier, Ana R. Carreiro, Ivo dos Santos and Yves Cherel
- A Physiological Toolbox to Explore the Relationships Between Seabirds and Their Changing Environments / Ana Cláudia Norte, Pedro Miguel M. Araújo and David Costantini
- Tracking Seabirds for Conservation and Marine Spatial Planning / Jorge M. Pereira, Vitor H. Paiva, Lucas Krüger and Stephen C. Votier

- Seabird and Fisheries Interactions / Nuno Oliveira, Jaime A. Ramos, Joana Gomes Calado and José Manuel Arcos
- Urban Gulls Living with Humans / Joana Pais de Faria, Catarina S. Lopes, Edward Kroc, Louise K. Blight and Ruedi G. Nager
- Seabirds and Marine Renewable Energy Sources / Andrew J.P. Harwood and Sue King
- Seabirds and Biotoxins / María Victoria M. Casero, Jaime A. Ramos and Leonel Pereira

- Seabirds as Indicators of Forage Fish Stocks / Jaime A. Ramos and Robert W. Furness
- Seabirds as Indicators of Oceanographic Changes / Vitor H. Paiva
- Seabirds as Indicators of Metal and Plastic Pollution / Catarina S. Lopes, Maria I. Laranjeiro, Jennifer L. Lavers, Annett Finger and Jennifer Provencher
- Antarctic Seabirds as Indicators of Climate Change / José C. Xavier, Richard A. Phillips and Akinori Takahashi

- Light Pollution as a Seabirds’ Conservation Threat / Cátia S.A. Gouveia
- Eradication and Control of Invasive Mammal Species as a Seabird Conservation Tool / Paulo Oliveira, Félix M. Medina, Manuel Nogales and Pedro Luís Geraldes
- Identifying and Establishing Marine Protected Areas Worldwide: The Contribution of Seabird Data / Lucas Krüger

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Jaime A. Ramos is an Associate Professor at Coimbra University, Portugal, where he teaches conservation biology and ecology and is a member of MARE, the Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre. He has worked with seabirds for over 25 years in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans and published over 200 papers in international journals. He leads a team of researchers and students using conservation physiology, diet, habitat selection, and movement ecology to study the ecology of marine top predators for biodiversity conservation and environmental management.

Leonel Pereira, the coordinator of the Aquatic Sciences Series to which this volume belongs, has a PhD in Biology from the University of Coimbra, Portugal, where he currently lectures. He is also an Investigator integrated into MARE, the Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre. His interests are mainly focused on Marine Biodiversity, Marine Biotechnology and Marine Ecology (environmental assessment). He has authored/edited more than 40 books and book chapters and published more than 100 scientific papers in international journals.

By: Jaime A Ramos(Editor), Leonel Pereira(Editor)
260 pages, 6 colour & 30 b/w illustrations
Publisher: CRC Press
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