The CAFF Seabird Expert Group (CBird) conducts a variety of assessment activities in order to better determine the impacts of various natural and anthropogenic stressors on seabird populations.
This information can be used by CAFF member states, permanent participants, observers and Arctic residents to make more informed management decisions that reduce harmful effects on seabirds.
||Year of Publication
|Murres / Guillemots||2010|
|Arctic terns||Tracking of Arctic terns (Sterna paradisaea) reveals longest animal migration||2010|
|Seabird harvest||Seabird Harvest in the Arctic: CAFF Technical Report No. 16
|Murres / Guillemots||Distribution of Murres outside the Breeding Season
|General seabird||Arctic Flora and Fauna: Status and Conservation||2001|
|Seabird harvest||Seabird Harvest Regimes in the Circumpolar Nations: CAFF Technical Report No. 9
|Incidental take||Seabird Incidental Catch in the Waters of Arctic Countries
|General seabird||Conservation of Migratory Arctic Birds: Summary: CAFF Technical Report No. 8