Data from: Quantifying pursuit-diving seabirds' associations with fine-scale physical features in tidal stream environments

James J. Waggitt, Pierre W. Cazenave, Ricardo Torres, Benjamin J. Williamson & Beth E. Scott
The rapid increase in the number of tidal stream turbine arrays will create novel and unprecedented levels of anthropogenic activity within habitats characterized by horizontal current speeds exceeding 2 ms−1. However, the potential impacts on pursuit-diving seabirds exploiting these tidal stream environments remain largely unknown. Identifying similarities between the fine-scale physical features (100s of metres) suitable for array installations, and those associated with foraging pursuit-diving seabirds, could identify which species are most vulnerable to either...
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