AQ187
Cape Crozier, Ross Island


References

ASPA No. 124 Cape Crozier, Ross Island: Management Plan (2014).

Barber-Meyer, S.M., Kooyman, G.L. & Ponganis, P.J. 2007. Estimating the relative abundance of Emperor Penguins at inaccessible colonies using satellite imagery. Polar Biology 30: 1565-70.

Lyver, P.O'B., Barron, M., Barton, K.J., Ainley, D.G., Pollard, A., Gordon, S., McNeill, S., Ballard, G. & Wilson, P.R. 2014. Trends in the breeding population of Adélie Penguins in the Ross Sea, 1981–2012: a coincidence of climate and resource extraction effects. PLoS ONE 9(3): e91188. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0091188

Kooyman, G.L., Ainley, D.G., Ballard, G. & Ponganis, P.J. 2007. Effects of giant icebergs on two Emperor Penguin colonies in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 19: 31-38.

Wilson, D.J., Lyver, P.O'B., Whitehead, A.L., Greene, T.C., Dugger, K., Karl, B.J., Barringer, J.R.F., McGarry, R., Pollard, A.M. & Ainley, D.G. in prep. Adélie Penguin colony size predicts South Polar Skua abundance on Ross Island, Antarctica. The Condor.


Further resources

Recommended citation
BirdLife International (2023) Important Bird Areas factsheet: Cape Crozier, Ross Island. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 04/02/2023.