Data from: Crossing the line: tunas actively exploit submesoscale fronts to enhance foraging success

Stephanie Snyder, Peter J. S. Franks, Lynne D. Talley, Yi Xu & Suzanne Kohin
Fronts – i.e., the boundaries between water masses – are ubiquitous in the world oceans and have been shown to significantly influence pelagic ecosystems with enhanced local productivity and increased abundances of forage fish and top predators. Here we use data from archival tags to document how four juvenile albacore tunas foraged at and exploited a thermal front. Of the 3,098 observed trips, the albacore mainly swam across the front between the warm side above...
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