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Seabird responses to a changing Bering Sea
Marine Ecology Progress Series
The eastern Bering Sea is well known for its spatial and temporal variability. Significant inter-annual changes in the abundance of zooplankton and forage fish are related to the timing of sea ice retreat. In this Theme Section, studies explore how different species and communities of seabirds inhabiting the region respond to contrasting patterns of spring sea-ice-retreat and summer temperatures. Data from the pelagic realm are used to explore climate-linked variability in the responses ofdoi:10.3354/meps12580 fatcat:x3icnxtfgnfmnflm4gebadu7hu