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Brief description

This is a scanned copy of the Vertebrate Ecologists report from Davis Station, 1987. The report was written by Michael Whitehead.

The report covers:

Elephant Seals
- Census and tagging program

Weddell Seals
- Adult resight and pup tagging programs

Adelie Penguins
- Monitoring population size (aerial photographic survey, and ground survey/pattern of occupation of colonies)
- Diet study
- Survival/mortality study of eggs and chicks
- Seasonal fluctuation in adult condition and chick growth
- Energetics studies
- Swimming behaviour
- Food availability

Emperor Penguins
- Diet study
- Amanda Bay census

Seabird studies
- Southern Giant Petrel censusing and banding
- Rauer Island seabirds (reference breeding group counts/banding and 1987/88 Rauers program)

Issued: 2016-06-17

Data time period: 1987-01-01 to 1987-12-31

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