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Title: Global assessment of marine plastic exposure risk for oceanic birds
Authors: Clark, Bethany L.
Carneiro, Ana P. B.
Pearmain, Elizabeth J.
Rouyer, Marie-Morgane
Clay, Thomas A.
Cowger, Win
Phillips, Richard A
Manica, Andrea
Hazin, Carolina
Eriksen, Marcus
González-Solís, Jacob
Adams, Josh
Albores-Barajas, Yuri V.
Alfaro-Shigueto, Joanna
Alho, Maria Saldanha
Araujo, Deusa Teixeira
Arcos, José Manuel
Arnould, John P. Y.
Barbosa, Nadito J. P.
Barbraud, Christophe
Beard, Annalea M.
Beck, Jessie
Bell, Elizabeth A.
Bennet, Della G.
Berlincourt, Maud 
Biscoito, Manuel
Bjørnstad, Oskar K.
Bolton, Mark
Booth Jones, Katherine A.
Borg, John J.
Bourgeois, Karen
Bretagnolle, Vincent
Bried, Joël
Briskie, James V.
Brooke, M. de L.
Brownlie, Katherine C.
Bugoni, Leandro
Calabrese, Licia
Campioni, Letizia 
Carey, Mark J.
Carle, Ryan D.
Carlile, Nicholas
Carreiro, Ana R. 
Catry, Paulo Xavier 
Catry, Teresa 
Cecere, Jacopo G.
Ceia, Filipe R. 
Cherel, Yves
Choi, Chang-Yong
Cianchetti-Benedetti, Marco
Clarke, Rohan H.
Cleeland, Jaimie B.
Colodro, Valentina
Congdon, Bradley C.
Danielsen, Jóhannis
De Pascalis, Federico
Deakin, Zoe
Dehnhard, Nina
Dell'Omo, Giacomo
Delord, Karine
Descamps, Sébastien
Dilley, Ben J.
Dinis, Herculano A.
Dubos, Jerome
Dunphy, Brendon J.
Emmerson, Louise M.
Fagundes, Ana Isabel
Fayet, Annette L.
Felis, Jonathan J.
Fischer, Johannes H.
Freeman, Amanda N. D.
Fromant, Aymeric
Gaibani, Giorgia
García, David
Gjerdrum, Carina
Gomes, Ivandra Soeli Gonçalves Correia
Forero, Manuela G.
Granadeiro, José P. 
Grecian, W. James
Grémillet, David
Guilford, Tim
Hallgrimsson, Gunnar Thor
Halpin, Luke R.
Hansen, Erpur Snær
Hedd, April
Helberg, Morten
Helgason, Halfdan H.
Henry, Leeann M.
Hereward, Hannah F. R.
Hernandez-Montero, Marcos
Hindell, Mark A.
Hodum, Peter J.
Imperio, Simona
Jaeger, Audrey
Jessopp, Mark
Jodice, Patrick G. R.
Jones, Carl G.
Jones, Christopher W.
Jónsson, Jón Einar
Kane, Adam
Kapelj, Sven
Kim, Yuna
Kirk, Holly
Kolbeinsson, Yann
Kraemer, Philipp L
Garcia, Lucas Krüger 
Lago, Paulo
Landers, Todd J.
Lavers, Jennifer L.
Le Corre, Matthieu 
Leal, Andreia Filipa Sousa 
Louzao, Maite
Madeiros, Jeremy
Magalhães, Maria
Mallory, Mark L.
Masello, Juan F.
Massa, Bruno
Matsumoto, Sakiko
McDuie, Fiona
McFarlane Tranquilla, Laura
Medrano, Fernando
Metzger, Benjamin J.
Militão, Teresa 
Montevecchi, William A.
Montone, Rosalinda C.
Navarro-Herrero, Leia
Neves, Verónica C. 
Nicholls, David G
Nicoll, Malcolm A. C.
Norris, Ken
Oppel, Steffen
Oro, Daniel
Owen, Ellie
Padget, Oliver
Paiva, V. H. 
Pala, David
Pereira, Jorge M. 
Péron, Clara
Petry, Maria V.
de Pina, Admilton
Pina, Ariete T. Moreira
Pinet, Patrick 
Pistorius, Pierre A.
Pollet, Ingrid L.
Porter, Benjamin J.
Poupart, Timothée A.
Powell, Christopher D. L.
Proaño, Carolina B.
Pujol-Casado, Júlia
Quillfeldt, Petra
Quinn, John L.
Raine, Andre F.
Raine, Helen
Ramírez, Iván
Ramos, Jaime A. 
Ramos, Raül
Ravache, Andreas
Rayner, Matt J.
Reid, Timothy A.
Robertson, Gregory J.
Rocamora, Gerard J.
Rollinson, Dominic P.
Ronconi, Robert A.
Rotger, Andreu
Rubolini, Diego
Ruhomaun, Kevin
Ruiz, Asunción
Russell, James C.
Ryan, Peter G.
Saldanha, Sarah
Sanz-Aguilar, Ana
Sardà-Serra, Mariona
Satgé, Yvan G.
Sato, Katsufumi
Schäfer, Wiebke C.
Schoombie, Stefan
Shaffer, Scott A.
Shah, Nirmal
Shoji, Akiko
Shutler, Dave
Sigurðsson, Ingvar A.
Silva, Mónica C.
Small, Alison E.
Soldatini, Cecilia
Strøm, Hallvard
Surman, Christopher A.
Takahashi, Akinori
Tatayah, Vikash R. V.
Taylor, Graeme A.
Thomas, Robert J.
Thompson, David R.
Thompson, Paul M.
Thórarinsson, Thorkell L.
Vicente-Sastre, Diego
Vidal, Eric
Wakefield, Ewan D.
Waugh, Susan M.
Weimerskirch, Henri
Wittmer, Heiko U.
Yamamoto, Takashi
Yoda, Ken
Zavalaga, Carlos B.
Zino, Francis J.
Dias, Maria P. 
Issue Date: 4-Jul-2023
Publisher: Springer Nature
Project: B.L.C., C.H., and A.M. were funded by the Cambridge Conservation Initiative’s Collaborative Fund sponsored by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation. E.J.P. was supported by the Natural Environment Research Council C-CLEAR doctoral training programme (Grant no. NE/S007164/1). 
Serial title, monograph or event: Nature communications
Volume: 14
Issue: 1
Abstract: Plastic pollution is distributed patchily around the world's oceans. Likewise, marine organisms that are vulnerable to plastic ingestion or entanglement have uneven distributions. Understanding where wildlife encounters plastic is crucial for targeting research and mitigation. Oceanic seabirds, particularly petrels, frequently ingest plastic, are highly threatened, and cover vast distances during foraging and migration. However, the spatial overlap between petrels and plastics is poorly understood. Here we combine marine plastic density estimates with individual movement data for 7137 birds of 77 petrel species to estimate relative exposure risk. We identify high exposure risk areas in the Mediterranean and Black seas, and the northeast Pacific, northwest Pacific, South Atlantic and southwest Indian oceans. Plastic exposure risk varies greatly among species and populations, and between breeding and non-breeding seasons. Exposure risk is disproportionately high for Threatened species. Outside the Mediterranean and Black seas, exposure risk is highest in the high seas and Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZs) of the USA, Japan, and the UK. Birds generally had higher plastic exposure risk outside the EEZ of the country where they breed. We identify conservation and research priorities, and highlight that international collaboration is key to addressing the impacts of marine plastic on wide-ranging species.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10316/112147
ISSN: 2041-1723
DOI: 10.1038/s41467-023-38900-z
Rights: openAccess
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