Seabird population trends and breeding success

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id
Bird name
Nation
Colony Region
Latitude
Longitude
CSMP Region
Collection year
Colony Size
Colony Census Year
Breeding Success
Population Change
Long Term star Year
Longer Term Trend
Source
References
Picture
1 Ivory gull Iceland Ingólfshöfði 63.80 -16.65 14 2019 5,451 2019 Array -5-5% 2015 -2-2% test Hólmgrímur testing
2 Arctic Tern Faroe Islands Mykines 62.11 -7.59 15 2019 1 2019 10-50% -5-5% 2010 -2-2% test 2 Hólmgrímur testing 2
3 Common murre Iceland Skagi 63.19 -20.36 13 2019 5,451 2019 NA -5-5% 2013 NA test 2b Hólmgrímur testing 2b
6 Dovekie Norway Anda (Nordland) 69.04 15.10 18 2019 0 2019 NA NA 2014 NA test Hólmgrímur testing 2b
7 Thick-billed murre Greenland Saunders Island (76014, Thule) 76.58 -70.04 8 2017 19,000 2017 10-50% -5-5% 1987 -2-2% Testing Testing
8 Thick-billed murre Greenland Kippaku (73009) 73.72 -56.63 8 2017 200,000 2015 NA -5-5% 2006 -2-2% Testing Testing
13 Furðufugl1 Faroe Islands Nólsoy 61.98 -6.65 15 2019 1 2019 NA -5-5% 2004 -2-2% CAFF Hóddi test
14 Thick-billed murre Greenland Kingittoq (72014) 72.66 -55.89 8 2017 4,000 2017 NA -5-5% 1987 -2-2% Testing Testing
15 Ivory gull US, Alaska Buldir I. (SW) 52.20 175.55 3 2020 5,451 2019 10-50% NA 1970 -2-2% Test 1 free text - Hóddi testing copy/edit
16 Arctic Tern Russia, West Bezymannaya Bay (Novaya Zemlya) 77.45 67.45 19 2018 5,400 2013 >50% >5% 2015 NA test 3 Hóddi testing 2