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Dassen and Robben Islands, South Africa, 2000


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Crawford, R. J. M., S. A. Davis, R. Harding, L. F. Jackson, T. M. Leshoro, M. A. Meyer, R. M. Randall, L. G. Underhill, L. Upfold, A. P. Van Dalsen, E. Van Der Merwe, P. A. Whittington, A. J. Williams, and A. C. Wolfaardt. “Initial effects of the Treasure oil spill on seabirds off Western South Africa.” Avian Demography Unit, University of Cape Town. http://web.uct.ac.za/depts/stats/adu/oilspill/oilspill.htm.


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