Data from: Climate oscillation and alien species invasion influences oceanic seabird distribution

Julian Perez-Correa, Peter Carr, Jessica Meeuwig, Heather Koldewey & Tom B. Letessier
Spatial and temporal distribution of seabird transiting and foraging at sea is an important consideration for marine conservation planning. Using at-sea observations of seabirds (n = 317), collected during the breeding season from 2012 to 2016, we built boosted regression tree (BRT) models to identify relationships between numerically dominant seabird species (red-footed booby, brown noddy, white tern and wedge-tailed shearwater), geomorphology, oceanographic variability, and climate oscillation in the Chagos Archipelago. We documented positive relationships between...
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