Biological survey of the Prince Edward Islands, December 2008

Cooper, J., Bester, M. N., Chown, S. L., Crawford, R. J. M., Daly, R., Heyns, E., Lamont, T., Ryan, P.G. and Shaw, J.D. (2009) Biological survey of the Prince Edward Islands, December 2008. South African Journal of Science, 105 7/8: 317-320. doi:10.4102/sajs.v105i7/8.93

Author Cooper, J.
Bester, M. N.
Chown, S. L.
Crawford, R. J. M.
Daly, R.
Heyns, E.
Lamont, T.
Ryan, P.G.
Shaw, J.D.
Title Biological survey of the Prince Edward Islands, December 2008
Journal name South African Journal of Science   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0038-2353
Publication date 2009
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.4102/sajs.v105i7/8.93
Open Access Status DOI
Volume 105
Issue 7/8
Start page 317
End page 320
Total pages 4
Place of publication Tygervalley, South Africa
Publisher A O S I S
Language eng
Formatted abstract
A biological survey of the Prince Edward Islands took place in December 2008. The survey repeated an earlier survey of the populations of surface-nesting seabirds on both islands and of fur seals (Arctocephalus spp.) and alien plants on Prince Edward Island in December 2001. Observations on burrowing seabirds, macro-invertebrates and plant communities on Prince Edward Island and an oceanographic survey of surrounding waters were also included. The survey confirmed many of the observations made on the earlier survey and permitted an assessment of trends in the abundance and distribution of biota since 2001.
Keyword Prince Edward Islands
Southern Ocean
Population surveys
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ

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