Insights into the spatiotemporal component of feeding ecology: An isotopic approach for conservation management sciences

  • Ramos R
  • Ramírez F
  • Carrasco J
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Bringing new approaches to trace spatiotemporal variations in animals’ feeding ecology, which is fundamental for wildlife management and conservation since the accessibility of animals to trophic resources plays a key role in the dynamics of populations and metapopulations.

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  • Feather biogeochemistry
  • Larus michahellis
  • Mixing modelling
  • Nitrogen-15
  • Nuisance populations
  • Stable isotope signatures (carbon-13
  • Sulphur-34)
  • Yellow-legged gull

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