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Importance for threatened, endangered or declining species and habitats

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Area containing habitat for the survival and recovery of endangered, threatened, declining species or area with significant assemblages of such species.

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EBSA Illustration Pacific Leatherback Turtles by Andre Boustany — last modified Sep 04, 2009 03:45 PM
New tracking technologies have allowed researchers to examine the movements of the critically endangered Pacific Leatherback turtle. Several years of tracking have revealed a consistent foraging area for leatherback turtles in the South Pacific Gyre.
EBSA Illustration Establishing at-sea habitat preferences as a means of delineating EBSAs for threatened species: an example of the identification of Important Bird Areas (IBAs) in the Bering Sea for the Short-tailed Albatross (Phoebastria albatrus) by Ben Lascelles, Lincoln Fishpool — last modified Sep 08, 2009 02:49 PM
Integrating different distributional datasets (especially from remote-recording instruments and at-sea surveys) is likely to be important in identifying EBSAs for a variety of top predators found on the high seas. In this example we look at how satellite tracking data and vessel survey data can be used to identify IBAs based on habitat preferences for a threatened seabird, the Short-tailed Albatross.
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