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Scientific paper “Tracking of Arctic terns Sterna paradisaea reveals longest animal migration” published in the U.S. journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Eleven Arctic terns from Greenland and Iceland equipped with geolocators were followed from the breeding grounds to the winter grounds at Antarctica and back.
 
 
 
PRESS RELEASE:
Short press release (in English) on the main results of the study on Arctic tern migration.
 
 
 
PRESS RELEASE:
Short press release (in Danish) on the main results of the study on Arctic tern migration.
 
 
 
LINK:
BIRDTREKKER is a web page from the people behind the engineering department of British Antarctic Survey – the inventers of the geolocator. In an easy understandable way, the theory behind the trekking device is explained; the latest development in loggers and a list of publications is presented.
 
 
 
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The geolocator manual from British Antarctic Survey contains in-depth information on the use of geolocators in bird migration studies, numerous pictures of methods of attachment and software instructions.
 
 
 
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Field report from Sand Island, Northeast Greenland 2008, where geolocators were attached in 2007 and retrieved in 2008. The report contains description of the field site along with data on basic breeding ecology parameters of High-arctic breeding Arctic terns and Sabine’s gull.
 
 
 
PUBLICATION:
Field report from Sand Island, Northeast Greenland 2007, where geolocators were attached in 2007 and retrieved in 2008. The report contains description of the field site along with data on basic breeding ecology parameters of High-arctic breeding Arctic terns and Sabine’s gull.
 
 
 
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Information sheet with specifications on method of attachment applied on Arctic terns.
 
 
 
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Information sheet on dummy logger study performed on Arctic terns.
 
 
 
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Article in Danish newspaper WEEKENDAVISEN.
 
 
 
PUBLICATION:
Article in Danish newspaper POLITIKEN.