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- Glenn T. Crossin, et al. Show all 17 Authors
- Conservation biology 2015 v.29 no.1 pp. 31-41
- Spheniscidae; adults; anthropogenic activities; biodiversity; breeding sites; bycatch; climate change; crabs; ecosystems; eggs; extinction; feathers; habitat destruction; harvesting; humans; land degradation; latitude; lobster fisheries; oceans; oils; penguins; poisoning; pollution; risk; scientists; toxicity; zoning
- ... Cumulative human impacts across the world's oceans are considerable. We therefore examined a single model taxonomic group, the penguins (Spheniscidae), to explore how marine species and communities might be at risk of decline or extinction in the southern hemisphere. We sought to determine the most important threats to penguins and to suggest means to mitigate these threats. Our review has relevan ...