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Exploring complexity in seabird foraging behaviour

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Due to ongoing climate change, it is necessary to understand how ecosystems will react and more particularly, how species may cope with the challenges of living in unstable systems. Seabirds’ behavior provides a way to monitor changes occurring in the marine environment, but identifying how the temporal structure and complexity of behavior depend on intrinsic and extrinsic parameters are underexplored topics in the field of animal behavior. My research aims to investigate if behavioral organization, through a gradient of determinism-stochasticity complexity, allows seabirds to buffer changes in the environment.

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