The role of island physiography and oceanographic factors in shaping species richness and turnover of nesting seabird assemblages on islands across the southeastern Pacific

Joao B. Gusmao, Guillermo Luna-Jorquera, Claudia Fernández, Nicolás Luna, Paula Plaza, Matías Portflitt_Toro, Juan Serratosa, Pamela Nuñez, Andrea I. Varela & Marcelo Rivadeneira
For seabirds, food supplies and nest sites are largely driven by oceanographic gradients and island habitats, respectively. Research into seabirds’ ecological roles in insular ecosystems is crucial to understanding processes that structure seabird nesting assemblages. We examined the influence of island physiography and oceanographic factors on the spatial variation in α and β-diversity of nesting seabird assemblages. Location Southeastern Pacific Ocean. Taxon Birds Methods We compiled data from 53 seabirds breeding on 41 coastal and...
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