Scottish Marine and Freshwater Science Vol 7 No 19
In this report the work to address the following objectives is described: • To compare harbour and grey seal diet composition, regionally and seasonally; • To compare harbour and grey seal diet diversity; with the aim: • To investigate patterns of similarity or difference in harbour and grey seal diet in relation to regional differences in population trajectories of harbour seals around Scotland.
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Methods of data collection, processing and analysis to estimate harbour and grey seal diet are described in Wilson and Hammond (2016) and Hammond and Wilson (2016), respectively. For comparison of diets, the data were grouped into two seasons: spring/summer (harbour seals: March-August; grey seals: April-September) and autumn/winter (harbour seals: September-February; grey seals: October-March). For comparison of diets, the data were grouped into the following regions: southern North Sea, south east Scotland (Firth of Forth, Isle of May, Rivers Tay, Eden and Ythan), Moray Firth, Orkney, Shetland, Inner Hebrides and Outer Hebrides.
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