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Earlier colony arrival but no trend in hatching timing in two congeneric seabirds (Uria spp.) across the North Atlantic
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-10-23)
A global analysis recently showed that seabird breeding phenology (as the timing of egg-laying and hatching) does not, on average, respond to temperature changes or advance with time (Keogan <i>et al.</i> 2018 <i>Nat. Clim. Change</i> <b>8</b>, 313–318). This group, the most threatened of all birds, is therefore prone to spatio-temporal mismatches with their food resources. Yet, other aspects of ...