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Fig. 2 | Movement Ecology

Fig. 2

From: Breeding short-tailed shearwaters buffer local environmental variability in south-eastern Australia by foraging in Antarctic waters

Fig. 2

Distribution of short-tailed shearwaters foraging in Bass Strait. Results of a kernel density estimate analysis for short-tailed shearwaters foraging from (a) Gabo Island and (b) Griffith Island breeding colonies in 2012, 2013 and 2014 (data presented for Griffith Island in 2013 are strictly informative). Darker shade colors represent the core foraging area (50 % KUD contour), while lighter shade colors represent the home range (95 % KUD contour). The dashed line indicates the location of the 200 m isobath. Inset map shows the colonies’ location in relation to Australia

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