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  1. Abnormal Anous stolidus from Christmas Island, Pacific Ocean
Schreiber, R.W.
In: Auk, 92, No. 2, 369-370
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  2. Absence of nest density effects in a growing colony of California gulls
JEHL, J.R.
In: Journal of Avian Biology, 25, No. 3, 224-230
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  3. Adaptations of Arctic terns and Antarctic terns within Antarctic ecosystems (1977)
PARMELEE, D.F.
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  4. Adaptive variation in the breeding regime of a tropical seabird
ASHMOLE, N.P.
In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 53, 311-318
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  5. Age-related changes in efficiency among breeding common terns Sterna hirundo: measurement of energy expenditure using doubly-labelled water
GALBRAITH, H.; HATCH, J.J.; Nisbet, I.C.T.; KUNZ, T.H.
In: Journal of Avian Biology, 30, No. 1, 85-96
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  6. An analysis of vocal communication in the adult brown noddy (Anous stolidus)
RISKA, D.E.
In: Auk, 103, No. 2, 359-369
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  7. The Antarctic terns of Anvers Island
PARMELEE, D.F.; MAXSON, S.J.
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  8. Antarctic terns Sterna vittata feeding on stranded krill at King George Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica
Favero, M.
In: Marine Ornithology, 23, No. 2, 159-160
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  9. Aspects of the breeding and feeding of Kerguelen and Antarctic terns at the Kerguelen Islands
SAGAR, P.M.
In: Notornis, 38, Pt. 3, 191-198
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  10. Assortative mating and sexual dimorphism in the common tern
COULTER, M.C.
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  11. Basal metabolic rate and thermal conductance in Arctic tern chicks and the effect of heat increment of feeding on thermoregulatory expenses
KLAASSEN, M.; BECH, C.; SLAGSVOLD, G.
In: Catena, 77, No. 2, 193-200
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  12. Die Bedeutung von Nestdichte und Neststandort fur den Bruterfolg der Flussseeschwalbe (Sterna hirundo) in Kolonien einer Wattenmeerinsel
BECKER, P.; FINCK, P.
In: Die Vogelwarte, 33, 192-207
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  13. The black noddy Anous tenuirostris on Ascension Island. Part 1. General biology
ASHMOLE, N.P.
In: Ibis, 103b, No. 2, 235-273
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  14. Blood hemoglobin content and metabolic performance of Arctic tern chicks Sterna paradisaea
BECH, C.; KLAASSEN, M.
In: Journal of Avian Biology, 27, No. 2, 112-117
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  15. Body mass fluctuations and mortality in common tern Sterna hirundo chicks dependent on weather and tide in the Wadden Sea
BECKER, P.H.; SPECHT, R.
In: Catena, 79, No. 1, 45-56
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  16. Body mass of female common terns (Sterna hirundo) during courtship: relationships to male quality, egg mass, diet, laying date and age
WENDELN, H.
In: Colonial Waterbirds, 20, No. 2, 235-243
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  17. Body size, prey size, and ecological segregation in five sympatric tropical terns (Aves: Laridae)
ASHMOLE, N.P.
In: Systematic Zoology, 17, No. 3, 292-304
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  18. The breeding and feeding ecology of the Kerguelen tern Sterna virgata
Weimerskirch, H.; STAHL, J.-C.
In: Ornis Scandinavica, 19, No. 3, 199-204
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  19. Breeding and molt in the white tern (Gygis alba) on Christmas Island, Pacific Ocean
ASHMOLE, N.P.
In: Condor, 70, No. 1, 35-55
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  20. Breeding biology of black-fronted terns (Sterna albostriata) and the effects of predation
KEEDWELL, R.J.
In: Emu, 105, No. 1, 39-47
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  21. Breeding biology of the blue-gray noddy
RAUZON, M.J.; Harrison, C.S.; CLAPP, R.B.
In: Journal of Field Ornithology, 55, No. 3, 309-321
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  22. The breeding biology of the crested tern Sterna bergii
LANGHAM, N.P.; HULSMAN, K.
In: Emu, 86, Pt. 1, 23-32
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  23. Breeding of Antarctic terns at the Snares Islands, New Zealand
SAGAR, P.M.
In: Notornis, 25, Pt.1, 59-70
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  24. Breeding of Antarctic terns Sterna vittata bethunei
SADLEIR, R.M.F.S.; TAYLOR, R.H.; TAYLOR, G.A.
In: Notornis, 33, Pt. 4, 264-265
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  25. Breeding of the Antarctic tern (Sterna vittata bethunei) on Macquarie Island
SCHULZ, M.; GALES, R.
In: Notornis, 51, Pt. 2, 114-116
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  26. Breeding schedules of Antarctic and Kerguelen terns at Marion Island
Berruti, A.; Harris, A.
In: Notornis, 23, Pt. 3, 243-245
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  27. Brood enlargement and post-natal development in the black noddy Anous minutus
CONGDON, B.C.
In: Emu, 90, Pt. 4, 241-247
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  28. Calcium deficiency in black terns Chlidonias niger nesting on acid bogs
BEINTEMA, A.J.; BAARSPUL, T.; de KRIJGER, J.P.
In: Ibis, 139, No. 2, 396-412
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  29. Changes in fishing ability of terns associated with windspeed and sea surface conditions
DUNN, E.K.
In: Nature, 244, No. 5417, 520-521
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  30. Colony visitation behavior and breeding ages of sooty terns (Sterna fuscata)
HARRINGTON, B.A.
In: Bird-Banding, 45, No. 2, 115-144
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  31. Consequences of a female-biased sex-ratio in a socially monogamous bird: female-female pairs in the roseate tern Sterna dougallii
Nisbet, I.C.T.; HATCH, J.J.
In: Ibis, 141, No. 2, 307-320
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  32. Courtship behaviour and breeding biology of bridled terns Sterna anaethetus on Penguin Island, Western Australia
GARAVANTA, C.A.M.; WOOLLER, R.D.
In: Emu, 100, Pt. 3, 169-174
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  33. Demography of a California least tern colony including effects of the 1982-1983 El Nino
MASSEY, B.W.; BRADLEY, D.W.; ATWOOD, J.L.
In: Condor, 94, No. 4, 976-983
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  34. Description de Sterna virgata mercuri de l'Archipel Crozet
VOISIN, J.-F.
In: TAAF. Territoire des Terres Australes et Antarctiques Francaises, No. 54, 44-49
VOISIN, J.-F. (Author)598.422.2ArticleAdd To Basket
  35. Distribution, abundance and biology of the Antarctic tern Sterna vittata Gmelin, 1789 on King George Island, (South Shetland Islands)
JABLONSKI, B.
In: Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia, 38, No. 3, 399-460
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  36. Distribution, population size and conservation of the Antarctic tern Sterna vittata in southern Africa
BROOKE, R.K.; Cooper, J.; HOCKEY, P.A.R.; Ryan, P.G.; SINCLAIR, J.C.; SUTER, W.; TREE, A.J.
In: Cormorant, 16, No. 2, 107-113
BROOKE, R.K. (Author)598.422.2ArticleAdd To Basket
  37. Distribution, population size and conservation of the caspian tern Sterna caspia in southern Africa
Cooper, J.; BROOKE, R.K.; CYRUS, D.P.; MARTIN, A.P.; TAYLOR, R.H.; Williams, A.J.
In: Ostrich, 63, No. 2-3, 58-67
Cooper, J. (Author)598.422.2ArticleAdd To Basket
  38. The distribution, population size and foraging behaviour of Kerguelen terns at the Prince Edward Islands
Ryan, P.G.
In: South African Journal of Antarctic Research, 17, No. 2, 163-166
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  39. Divorce and asynchronous arrival in common terns, Sterna hirundo
GONZALEZ-SOLIS, J.; BECKER, P.H.; WENDELN, H.
In: Animal Behaviour, 58, 1123-1129
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  40. Effects of clutch size and egg-laying order on the breeding success in the little tern Sterna albifrons on the Nakdong Estuary, Republic of Korea
HONG, S.-B.; WOO, Y.-T.; HIGASHI, S.
In: Ibis, 140, No. 3, 408-414
HONG, S.-B. (Author)598.422.2ArticleAdd To Basket
  41. Effects of parental quality and effort on the reproduction of common terns
WENDELN, H.; BECKER, P.H.
In: Journal of Animal Ecology, 68, 205-214
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  42. The effects of wind and sea on the feeding of Antarctic terns at the Snares Islands, New Zealand
SAGAR, P.M.; SAGAR, J.L.
In: Notornis, 36, Pt. 3, 171-182
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  43. Embryonic respiration and growth in two species of noddy terns
PETTIT, T.N.; WHITTOW, G.C.
In: Physiological Zoology, 56, No. 3, 455-464
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  44. Estimating annual survival and movement rates of adults within a metapopulation of roseate terns
SPENDELOW, J.A.; NICHOLS, J.D.; Nisbet, I.C.T.; HAYS, H.; CORMONS, G.D.; Burger, J.; SAFINA, C.; HINES, J.E.; GOCHFELD, M.
In: Ecology, 76, No. 8, 2415-2428
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  45. Feeding ecology of the common tern Sterna hirundo in a wintering area in southern Brazil
BUGONI, L.; VOOREN, C.M.
In: Ibis, 146, No. 3, 438-453
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  46. Female common terns Sterna hirundo eating mollusc shells: evidence for calcium deficits during egg laying
Nisbet, I.C.T.
In: Ibis, 139, No. 2, 400-401
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  47. Flight energetics of free-living sooty terns
FLINT, E.N.; Nagy, K.A.
In: Auk, 101, 288-294
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  48. Food and feeding biology of the common tern during the nonbreeding season in Samborombon Bay, Buenos Aires, Argentina
MAUCO, L.; Favero, M.; BO, M.S.
In: Waterbirds, 24, No. 1, 89-96
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  49. Food and feeding biology of the South American tern during the nonbreeding season
Favero, M.; BO, M.S.; SILVA, M.P.; GARCIA-MATA, C.
In: Waterbirds, 23, No. 1, 125-129
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  50. Foraging at patches: interactions between common and roseate terns
DUFFY, D.C.
In: Ornis Scandinavica, 17, 47-52
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  51. Functions of courtship feeding in black-legged kittiwakes: natural and sexual selection
HELFENSTEIN, F.; WAGNER, R.H.; Danchin, E.; ROSSI, J.-M.
In: Animal Behaviour, 65, 1027-1033
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  52. Geographische und jahrliche Variation der Ernahrung der Flussseeschwalbe (Sterna hirundo) an der Nordseekuste
BECKER, P.H.; FRANK, D.; WALTER, U.
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  53. Growth and energetics of Arctic tern chicks (Sterna paradisaea)
KLAASSEN, M.; BECH, C.; MASMAN, D.; SLAGSVOLD, G.
In: Auk, 106, No. 2, 240-248
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  54. Growth and energetics of tern chicks from temperate and polar environments
KLAASSEN, M.
In: Auk, 111, No. 3, 525-544
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  55. Growth rate of the brown noddy on the Dry Tortugas
Ricklefs, R.E.; WHITE-SCHULER, S.C.
In: Bird-Banding, 49, No. 4, 301-312
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  56. Hatching asynchrony, chick care, and adoption in the common tern: can disadvantaged chicks win?
MORRIS, R.D.; WOULFE, M.; WICHERT, G.D.
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  57. Heavy metal residues in sooty tern tissues from the Gulf of Mexico and north central Pacific Ocean
STONEBURNER, D.L.; Harrison, C.S.
In: Science of the total environment, 17, 51-58
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  58. The influence of age on laying date, clutch size and egg size of the white-fronted tern, Sterna striata
MILLS, J.A.; SHAW, P.W.
In: New Zealand Journal of Zoology, 7, 147-153
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  59. Influence of age on the breeding biology of common terns
Nisbet, I.C.T.; WINCHELL, J.M.; HEISE, A.E.
In: Colonial Waterbirds, 7, 117-126
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  60. Influence of growth rate retardation on time budgets and energetics of Arctic tern Sterna paradisaea and common tern S. hirundo chicks
KLAASSEN, M.; HABEKOTTE, B.; SCHINKELSHOEK, P.; STIENEN, E.; VAN TIENEN, P.
In: Ibis, 136, No. 2, 197-204
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  61. Intraclutch egg-weight apportionment and chick survival in Caspian terns
QUINN, J.S.; MORRIS, R.D.
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  62. Intraindividual seasonal decline of egg-volume in common tern Sterna hirundo
GONZALEZ-SOLIS, J.; BECKER, P.H.; JOVER, L.; RUIZ, X.
In: Acta Ornithologica, 34, No. 2, 185-190
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  63. Korpermass-Entwicklung und Mortalitat von Kuken der Flussseeschwalbe (Sterna hirundo) unter ungunstigen Umweltbedingungen. (The development of body mass and mortality in chicks of the common tern (Sterna hirundo) under unfavourable environmental conditions.)
MLODY, B.; BECKER, P.H.
In: Die Vogelwarte, 36, 110-131
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  64. Kustenseeschwalben (Sterna paradisaea) in der Antarktis
ULBRICHT, J.
In: Seevogel, 16, No. 2, 31-33
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  65. Lack of evidence for female-female pairs among roseate terns Sterna dougallii in Western Australia contrasts with North Atlantic
HATCH, J.J.; SZCZYS, P.
In: Emu, 100, Pt. 2, 152-154
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  66. Longevity, inter-colony movements and breeding of crested terns in South Africa
CRAWFORD, R.J.M.; Cooper, J.; DYER, B.M.; UPFOLD, L.; VENTER, A.D.; WHITTINGTON, P.A.; Williams, A.J.; WOLFAARDT, A.C.
In: Emu, 102, No. 3, 265-273
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  67. Mate provisioning, nutritional requirements for egg production, and primary reproductive effort of female common terns Sterna hirundo
Moore, D.J.; WILLIAMS, T.D.; MORRIS, R.D.
In: Journal of Avian Biology, 31, No. 2, 183-196
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  68. Measuring the daily energy expenditure of free-living Arctic terns (Sterna paradisaea)
UTTLEY, J.D.; TATNER, P.; Monaghan, P.
In: Auk, 111, No. 2, 453-459
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  69. Mercury dynamics in young common tern (Sterna hirundo) chicks from a polluted environment
BECKER, P.H.; Furness, R.W.; HENNING, D.
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  70. The migration of the Arctic tern
GWYNN, A.M.
In: Australian Bird Bander, December, 71-76
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  71. Migrations and winter quarters of five common terns tracked using geolocators
Nisbet, I.C.T.; Mostello, C.S.; VEIT, R.R.; Fox, J W; AFANASYEV, V.
In: Waterbirds, 34, No. 1, 32-39
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  72. Molt and breeding in populations of the sooty tern Sterna fuscata
ASHMOLE, N.P.
In: Postilla, 76, 1-18
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  73. Mounting frequency and number of cloacal contacts increase with age in common terns Sterna hirundo
GONZALEZ-SOLIS, J.; BECKER, P.H.
In: Journal of Avian Biology, 33, No. 3, 306-310
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Reserve a copy 74. The naive proficient: metabolic responses of chicks to problems of climate and food availability (1992)
KLAASSEN, M.
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  75. Necrophagous lysianassoid Amphipoda in the diet of Antarctic tern at King George Island, Antarctica
JAZDZEWSKI, K.; KONOPACKA, A.
In: Antarctic Science, 11, No. 3, 316-321
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  76. Nistplatzwahl und Bruterfolg der Flussseeschwalbe (Sterna hirundo) im Deichvorland. I. Nestdichte. Nest site choice and breeding success of marsh nesting common terns (Sterna hirundo). I. Nest density
BECKER, P.H.; ANLAUF, A.
In: Okologie der Vogel, 10, No. 1, 27-44
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  77. Nistplatzwahl und Bruterfolg der Flussseeschwalbe (Sterna hirundo) im Deichvorland. II. Hochwasser-Uberflutung. Nest site choice and breeding success of marsh nesting common terns (Sterna hirundo). II. Flooding
BECKER, P.H.; ANLAUF, A.
In: Okologie der Vogel, 10, 45-58
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  78. Offspring sex ratio in the common tern Sterna hirundo, a species with negligible sexual size dimorphism
FLETCHER, K.L.; Hamer, K.C.
In: Ibis, 146, No. 3, 454-460
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  79. On the occurrence of Anous tenuirostris on Tristan da Cunha
BEINTEMA, A.J.
In: Catena, 60, No. 3/ 4, 222-223
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  80. Parent-offspring recognition in the black noddy Anous minutus
CONGDON, B.C.
In: Emu, 91, Pt. 3, 158-163
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  81. Partition of water loss from the eggs of the sooty tern between the pre-pipping and pipped periods
WHITTOW, G.C.
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  82. Population size, breeding, and annual cycle of the New Zealand Antarctic tern Sterna vittata bethunei) at the Snares Islands
SAGAR, P.M.; MISKELLY, C.M.; SAGAR, J.L.; TENNYSON, A.J.D.
In: Notornis, 50, Pt. 1, 36-42
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  83. Population size, distribution and origins of Antarctic terns Sterna vittata wintering in South Africa
TREE, A.J.; KLAGES, N.T.W.
In: Marine Ornithology, 32, No. 1, 55-61
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  84. The predation of tern chicks by sheep
Furness, R.W.
In: Bird Study, 35, 199-202
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  85. Prey delivered to roseate and common tern chicks; composition and temporal variability
SAFINA, C.; WAGNER, R.H.; WITTING, D.A.; SMITH, K.J.
In: Journal of Field Ornithology, 61, No. 3, 331-338
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  86. Prolonged parental care in royal terns and other birds
ASHMOLE, N.P.; TOVAR, H.S.
In: Auk, 85, No. 1, 90-100
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  87. Radar observations of northbound migration of the Arctic tern, Sterna paradisaea, at the Antarctic Peninsula
GUDMUNDSSON, G.A.; ALERSTAM, T.; LARSSON, B.
In: Antarctic Science, 4, No. 2, 163-170
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  88. Radiotelemetry of the brown noddy in Hawaii
Harrison, C.S.; STONEBURNER, D.L.
In: Journal of Wildlife Management, 45, No. 4, 1021-1025
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  89. Relative contribution of the sexes to chick feeding in roseate and common terns
WAGNER, R.H.; SAFINA, C.
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  90. Relative effects of hatching order, egg-size variation, and parental quality on chick survival in common terns
BOLLINGER, P.B.
In: Auk, 111, No. 2, 263-273
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  91. Respiratory gas exchange and growth of white tern embryos
PETTIT, T.N.; GRANT, G.S.; WHITTOW, G.C.; RAHN, H.; PAGANELLI, C.V.
In: Condor, 83, 355-361
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  92. Sandwich terns Sterna sandvicensis feeding on shell fractions
BRENNINKMEIJER, A.; KLAASSEN, M.; STIENEN, E.W.M.
In: Ibis, 139, No. 2, 397-400
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  93. Seasonal declines in reproductive success of the common tern Sterna hirundo: timing or parental quality?
ARNOLD, J.M.; HATCH, J.J.; Nisbet, I.C.T.
In: Journal of Avian Biology, 35, No. 1, 33-45
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  94. Seasonal variation in reproductive measures of tropical roseate terns Sterna dougallii: previously undescribed breeding patterns in a seabird
RAMOS, J.A.
In: Ibis, 143, No. 1, 83-91
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  95. Seasonal variations in breeding success of common terns: consequences of predation
Nisbet, I.C.T.; WELTON, M.J.
In: Condor, 86, 53-60
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  96. Sex, age, experience and condition as factors affecting arrival date in prospecting common terns, Sterna hirundo
DITTMANN, T.; BECKER, P.H.
In: Animal Behaviour, 65, 981-986
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  97. Spectrometry validates subspeciation in the Kerguelen tern Sterna virgata
GOMEZ, D.; VOISIN, J.-F.
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