Data from: The stress hormone corticosterone in a marine top-predator reflects short-term changes in food availability

Robert T. Barrett, Kjell Einar Erikstad, Hanno Sandvik, Mari S. Myksvoll, Susi Jenni-Eiermann, Ditte L. Kristensen, Truls Moum, Tone K. Reiertsen, Frode Vikebø & Mari Myksvoll
In many seabird studies, single annual proxies of prey abundance have been used to explain variability in breeding performance, but much more important is probably the timing of prey availability relative to the breeding season when energy demand is at a maximum. Until now, intraseasonal variation in prey availability has been difficult to quantify in seabirds. Using a state-of-the-art ocean drift model of larval cod Gadus morhua, an important constituent of the diet of common...
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