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    Pinniped research at Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island, Antarctica, 2000–2001

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    M.E. Goebel, B.W. Parker, A.R. Banks, D.P. Costa and R.S. Holt (USA)
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    The long-term objective of the U.S. AMLR field research program is to describe the functional relationships between Antarctic krill, their predators, and key environmental variables. Every year on-land studies of predator foraging ecology and reproductive success have been coordinated with large scale oceanographic surveys off the South Shetland Islands. Since 1996/97, U.S.-AMLR predator studies have taken place at Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island. This report summarizes the pinniped portion of predator studies for the 2000/01 austral summer.