Data from: Linking oceanographic conditions, migratory schedules and foraging behaviour during the non‐breeding season to reproductive performance in a long‐lived seabird

Marine Desprez, Stephanie Jenouvrier, Christophe Barbraud, Karine Delord & Henri Weimerskirch
1. Studies of the mechanisms underlying climate-induced population changes are critically needed to better understand and accurately predict population responses to climate change. Long-lived migratory species might be particularly vulnerable to climate change as they are constrained by different climate conditions and energetic requirements during the breeding and non-breeding seasons. Yet, most studies primarily focus on the breeding season of these species lifecycle. Environmental conditions experienced in the non-breeding season may have downstream effects on...
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