Minisymposium: Seabird Movement Ecology
CAnMove Minisymposium on "Seabird Movement Ecology"
13:00-13.50: Stefan Garthe, Kiel University: Exploring the foraging behaviour of piscivorous and omnivorous seabirds: how food availability and habitat use influence their movement patterns
13:50-14:20: Kozue Shiomi, National Institute of Polar Research, Tokyo: Foraging strategies of Caspian terns breeding in a coastal area of Sweden
14:20-14:50: Olof Olsson, Stockholm Resilience Centre: Fish and seabird spatial distribution and abundance at the largest seabird colony in the Baltic Sea
15:15-15:45: Natalie Isaksson, CAnMove, Lund University: Razorbill (Alca torda) foraging behavior during breeding on a large colony in the Baltic Sea
15:45-16.15: Patrik Byholm, Novia University of Applied Sciences, Ekenäs, Finland: Movement ecology and reproductive performance of Finnish Caspian terns
16:15-16:45: Anders Hedenström, CAnMove, Lund University: Ecology of tern flight in relation to wind, topography and aerodynamic theory
Financial support received from Kungliga Fysiografiska Sällskapet i Lund.