Pelagic Lab

Last Updated October 2017

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Our lab focuses on the ecology and conservation of large marine vertebrates

(seabirds, mammals, turtles, predatory fishes).

Our applied research seeks to incorporate an understanding of natural history and oceanography into the design of management strategies for highly mobile species and their dynamic habitats.

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Recent Lab Publications

Rapp, Youngren, Hartzell, Hyrenbach. 2017.


Community-wide patterns of plasticingestion in seabirds breeding at French Frigate Shoals,

Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.

Marine Pollution Bulletin, 123 (1–2): 269-278.

 

 

HYRENBACH, K.D., HESTER, M.M., ADAMS, J., TITMUS, A.J., MICHAEL, P., WAHL, T., CHANG, C.-W., MARIE, A. & VANDERLIP, C. 2017.

Plastic ingestion by Black-footed Albatross Phoebastria nigripes from Kure Atoll, Hawai’i:

Linking chick diet remains and parental at-sea foraging distributions.

Marine Ornithology, 45: 225–236.


 

 

 

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