Impact of Human and Other Disturbance on Behaviour and Heart Rate of Incubating Adélie Penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae)

The study presented here provides qualitative and quantitative evidence on existence and extent of incubating Adélie penguins’ behavioural and heart rate responses to human and conspecific disturbance, and additionally reports observations on disturbance by predators and aircraft noise.

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