Improving seabird conservation in Patagonian ecosystems

Improving seabird conservation in Patagonian ecosystems


Patagonia. Photograph: © SAF — Coastal Care

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Preserving a 300,000 square km area in Patagonian waters could improve the conservation of 20 percent of the population of sea birds in their natural habitat.

Marine ecosystems in the Argentinian Patagonia are one of the areas with a larger biodiversity and highest biological production worldwide. Despite their ecological value, they are now one of the most threatened marine areas by the impact of human activity -intense fishing activity- and changes related to global warming…

Read Full Article; Science Daily (07-05-2018)

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