Seabird-induced natural mortality of forage. Data regarding Saraux et al 2020 in Fish and Fisheries

Published: 23-09-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/5bb8nhb6hr.1
Contributors:
claire saraux,
William Sydeman,
John Piatt,
Tycho Anker-Nilssen,
Jonas Hentati-Sundberg,
Sophie Bertrand,
Philippe Cury,
Bob Furness,
James Mills,
Henrik Osterblom,
Passuni Giannina,
Jean-Paul Roux,
Lynne Shannon,
Robert Crawford

Description

Data corresponding to Saraux et al. 2020 Seabird-induced natural mortality of forage fish varies with fish abundance: evidence from 5 ecosystems. in Fish and Fisheries. This dataset regroups information on seabird diet, numbers and fish consumption, as well as fish stock biomass in five ecosystems: the Benguela, the Humboldt, the Norwegian Sea, the Baltic Sea and around the Shetland islands. Fish considered are sardine, anchovy, herring, sprat and sandeel. Seabird species are cape gannet, peruvian booby, peruvian pelican, guanay cormorant, Atlantic puffin, common murre, and 12 other seabird species off Shetland.

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