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Marine OrnithOlOgy

Volume 33 (1) 2005

Pacific Seabird group

african Seabird group australasian Seabird group Dutch Seabird group UK Seabird group

Japanese Seabird group

edited by

rob Barrett John Cooper Scott hatch

2005 M arine O rnith O lO gy 33(1) P ages 1-73

MARINE ORNITHOLOGY

Vol. 33 No. 1 ISSN 1018-3337 2005

Contents

FORUM

LEWISON, R.L., NEL, D.C., TAYLOR, F., CROXALL, J.P. & & RIVERA, K.S. Thinking big – taking a large-scale

approach to seabird bycatch . . . 1-5

PAPERS

CLARKE, R.H. & SCHULZ, M. Land-based observations of seabirds off sub-Antarctic Macquarie Island during 2002 and 2003 . . . 7-17 BRIED, J., FRAGA, H., MIRANDA, P.C. & NEVES, V.C. The first two cases of melanism in Cory’s

Shearwater Calonectris diomedea . . . . 19-22 BANCROFT, W.J., ROBERTS, J.D. & GARKAKLIS, M.J. Burrow entrance attrition rate in Wedge-tailed Shearwater

Puffinus pacificus colonies on Rottnest Island, Western Australia . . . 23-26 BULL, L.S., BELL, B.D. & PLEDGER, S. Patterns of si�e variation in the shearwater genusPatterns of si�e variation in the shearwater genus Puffinus . . . . 27-39 TREE, A.J. The known history and movements of the Roseate Tern Sterna dougallii in South Africa and the western Indian ocean 41-47 KILDAW, S.D., IRONS, D.B., NYSEWANDER, D.R. & BUCK, C.L. Formation and growth of new seabird colonies:

the significance of habitat quality . . . 49-58

SHORT COMMUNICATIONS

LEA, M.-A. & SOPER, T. Discovery of the first Emperor Penguin Aptenodytes forsteri colony in

Marie Byrd Land, Antarctica . . . 59-60 LACROIX, D.L, BOYD, S., ESLER, D., KIRK, M., LEWIS, T. & LIPOVSKY, S. Surf Scoters Melanitta perspicillata

aggregate in association with ephemerally abundant polychaetes . . . 61-63 GASTON, A.J., WOO, K. & LASH, T.J.F. Thick-billed Murres Uria lomvia replace mates during breeding . . . 65-66 HIPFNER, J. M. Population status of the Common Murre Uria aalge in British Columbia . . . 67-69 DANN, P., CARRON, M., CHAMBERS, B., CHAMBERS, L., DORNOM, T., MCLAUGHLIN, A., SHARP, B.,

TALMAGE, M.E., THODAY, R. & UNTHANK, S. Longevity in Little Penguins Eudyptula minor . . . . 71-72

REVIEW

WEiMERSkiRch, h. Albatrosses and petrels across the world (by M.L. Brooke) . . . 73

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