Additional Reading

Batianoff, G. N., and Cornelius, N. J. (2005). Birds of Raine Island: population trends, breeding behaviour and nesting habitats. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland 112, 1-29.

Congdon, B. C., Krockenberger, A. K., and Smithers, B. V. (2005). Dual-foraging and co-ordinated provisioning in a tropical Procellariiform, the wedge-tailed shearwater. Marine Ecology Progress Series 301, 293-301.

Dyer, P. K., O'Neill, P., and Hulsman, K. (2005). Breeding numbers and population trends of Wedge-tailed Shearwater (Puffinus pacificus) and Black Noddy (Anous minutus) in the Capricornia Cays, southern Great Barrier Reef. Emu 105, 249-257.

Erwin, C. A., and Congdon, B. C. (2007). Day-to-day variation in sea-surface temperature negatively impacts sooty tern (Sterna fuscata) foraging success on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series 331, 255-266.

Higgins, P. J., and Davies, S. J. J. F. (1996). 'Handbook of Australian New Zealand and Antarctic Birds. Vol. 3.' (Oxford University Press: Melbourne.)

Hulsman, K., O'Neill, P., and Stokes, T. (1997). Current status and trends of seabirds on the Great Barrier Reef. In 'State of the Great Barrier Reef

World Heritage Area Workshop, Townsville, Queensland, Australia, 27-29 November 1995'. (Eds. D. Wachenfeld, J. Oliver and K. Davis.) pp. 259-282. Available at http://www.gbrmpa.gov.au/corp_site/ inf o_services / publications / workshop_series [Verified 21 March 2008].

O'Neill, P., Heatwole, H., Preker, M., and Jones M. (1996). Populations, movements and site fidelity of brown and masked boobies on the Swain Reefs, Great Barrier Reef, as shown by banding recoveries. CRC Reef Research Centre, Technical Report, 11, Townsville.

O'Neill, P., Minton, C., Ozaki, K., and White, R. (2005). Three populations of non-breeding Roseate Terns (Sterna dougallii ) in the Swain Reefs, southern Great Barrier Reef. Emu 105, 57-76.

Peck, D. R., Smithers, B. V., Krockenberger, A. K., and Congdon, B. C. (2004). Sea surface temperature constrains wedge-tailed shearwater foraging success within breeding seasons. Marine Ecology Progress Series 281, 259-266.

Turner, M., Green, R., and Chin, A. (2006). Birds. In 'The State of the Great Barrier Reef On-line'. (Ed. A. Chin.) Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Townsville. Available at www.gbrmpa.gov.au/ corp_site/info_services/publications/sotr/latest_ updates/birds

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