Uria lomvia


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Related to Uria lomvia: common murre, Uria aalge, Brunnich's murre
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Noun1.Uria lomvia - a variety of murreUria lomvia - a variety of murre      
murre - black-and-white diving bird of northern seas
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For example, Thick-billed Murre Uria lomvia populations are increasing in Canada (Gaston et al., 2012) but declining in Greenland (Merkel et al., 2014), while Lesser Black-backed Gulls are increasing in Greenland (Boertmann, 2008) and Ivory Gulls Pagophila eburnea have declined in both Canada (Gilchrist et al., 2008) and Greenland (Gilg et al., 2009).
Following the terms of union with Canada in 1949, which technically made the harvest of seabirds by non-Aboriginals illegal under the Migratory Bird Convention Act, provisions were made to allow for Newfoundlanders to hunt guillemots (Brunnich's Uria lomvia and common U.
Helminths of common murres (Uria aalge) and thick-billed murres (Uria lomvia) in the northwest Atlantic marine environment were assessed to determine parasite community composition and changes in their parasite fauna since the 1960s.
In this study we investigate the aggregative response of Common Murres (Uria aalge) and Thick-billed Murres (Uria lomvia) to capelin (Mallotus villosus), from a data set collected on a cruise in the Barents Sea during February and March 1993 (see Plate 1).
1994), and other colonial seabirds such as thick-billed murres [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 4 OMITTED] (Uria lomvia, Birt-Friesen et al.
Banding of Thick-billed Murres Uria lomvia in the Canadian Arctic was initiated by L.M.
Thick-billed Murres, Uria lomvia, are intermediate alcids of Arctic waters that nest densely on cliff ledges.
Population differentiation and evolution among thick-billed (Uria lomvia) and common murres (U.
Trends in forage fish populations in northern Hudson Bay since 1981, as determined from the diet of nestling Thick-billed Murres Uria lomvia. Arctic 56(3):227-233.
George Island, Alaska, with Thick-billed (Uria lomvia) and Common (U.
Ecological relationships between common murres, Uria aalge, and thick-billed murres, Uria lomvia, at the Gannet Islands, Labrador.
In our study, we investigated the relationships among fish size (fork length) and other biophysical parameters, such as wet and dry energy density and fraction dry mass, for Arctic cod captured by Black Guillemots (Cepphus grylle) and Thick-billed Murres (Uria lomvia), and we compared the Hudson Bay Canadian population to the Western Beaufort Alaska population.