MAPPPD data sources

Citation Year Type

Aguirre, C. A. and J. M. Acero (1995). “Distribution and abundance of birds in the Errera Channel, Antarctic Peninsula, during the 1992/93 breeding season”. In: Marine Ornithology 23.2, pp. 129–134.

1995 article

Aguirre, C. A. (1995). “Distribution and abundance of birds at Potter Peninsula, 25 de Mayo (King George) Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica”. In: Marine Ornithology 23.1, pp. 23–31.

1995 article

Ainley, D. G., R. C. Wood, and W. J. L. Sladen (1978). “Bird life at Cape Crozier, Ross Island”. In: The Wilson Bulletin 90.4, pp. 492–510.

1978 article

Ainley, D. G. (2002). The Adélie penguin: Bellwether of climate change. New York, United States: Columbia University Press. ISBN: 9780231123068.

2002 book

Antolos, M., A. K. Miller, and W. Z. Trivelpiece (2004). Seabird research at Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island, Antarctica, 2003-2004. AMLR 2003/2004 Field Season Report: Objectives, Accomplishments and Tentative Conclusions NOM-TM-NMFS-SWFSC-367, Chapter 7. La Jolla, United States: Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration.

2004 report

Araya, B. (1965). “Notas preliminares sobre ornitologia de la Antartica chilena”. In: Revista de Biología Marina y Oceanografía 12.1–3, pp. 161–174.

1965 article

Bannasch, R. and R. Odening (1981). “Zoologische untersuchungen im gebiet der sowjetischen Antarktisstation "Bellingshausen"”. In: Geodätische und Geophysikalische Veröffentlichungen 8.1, pp. 3–20.

1981 article

Barbosa, A. and H. J. Lynch (2003). Personal communication.

2003 personal communication

Barbraud, C., K. C. Delord, T. Micol, et al. (1999). “First census of breeding seabirds between Cap Bienvenue (Terre Adélie) and Moyes Islands (King George V Land), Antarctica: New records for Antarctic seabird populations”. In: Polar Biology 21.3, pp. 146–150. DOI: 10.1007/s003000050345.

1999 article

Barbraud, C., K. C. Delord, C. Bost, et al. (2020). “Population trends of penguins in the French Southern Territories”. In: Polar Biology 43, pp. 835–850.

2020 article

Bassett, J. A., E. J. Woehler, P. H. Ensor, et al. (1990). “Adélie penguins and Antarctic petrels at Mount Biscoe, Western Enderby Land, Antarctica”. In: Emu 90.1, p. 58. DOI: 10.1071/MU9900058.

1990 article

Bird, C. N., A. H. Dawn, J. Dale, et al. (2020). “A semi-automated method for Estimating Adélie penguin colony abundance from a fusion of multispectral and thermal imagery collected with unoccupied aircraft systems”. In: Remote Sensing 12.22, p. 3692.

2020 article

Bó, M. S. and S. Copello (2001). “Distribution and abundance of breeding birds at Deception Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica, February to April 2000”. In: Marine Ornithology 29.1, pp. 39–42.

2001 article

Borowicz, A., P. McDowall, C. Youngflesh, et al. (2018). “Multi-modal survey of Adélie penguin mega-colonies reveals the Danger Islands as a seabird hotspot”. In: Scientific Reports 8.1, p. 3926. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-22313-w.

2018 article

Burley, M. and A. G. E. Jones (1972). “Joint services expedition to the Elephant Group Islands 1976–1977”. Monograph.

1972 unpublished

Cardè, J. (2015). “Adélie Penguin (Pygoscelis adeliae) population trends in Cape Bird, Antarctica, 1956-2009: A response to climate change, competitive release and commercial fishing”. Undergraduate Thesis.

2015 unpublished

Carlini, A. R., N. R. Coria, M. M. Santos, et al. (2005). “The effect of Chinstrap penguins on the breeding performance of Adélie penguins”. In: Folia Zoologica 54.1–2, pp. 147–148.

2005 article

Carlini, A. R., N. R. Coria, M. M. Santos, et al. (2009). “Responses of Pygoscelis adeliae and P. papua populations to environmental changes at Isla 25 de Mayo (King George Island)”. In: Polar Biology 32.10, pp. 1427–1433. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-009-0637-y.

2009 article

Carten, T., W. Z. Trivelpiece, and R. S. Holt (1999). Seabird research at Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island, Antarctica, 1998/99. AMLR 1998/99 iFeld Season Report: Objectives, Accomplishments and Tentative Conclusions Administrative Report LJ-99-10, Chapter 7. La Jolla, United States: Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration.

1999 report

Carten, T., M. R. Taft, W. Z. Trivelpiece, et al. (2001). Seabird research at Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island, Antarctica, 113 1999/2000. AMLR 1999/2000 Field Season Report: Objectives, Accomplishments and Tentative Conclusions NOM-TM-NMFS-SWFSC-302, Chapter 7. La Jolla, United States: Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration.

2001 report

Casanovas, P., R. Naveen, S. Forrest, et al. (2015). “A comprehensive coastal seabird survey maps out the front lines of ecological change on the western Antarctic Peninsula”. In: Polar Biology 38.7, pp. 927–940. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-015-1651-x.

2015 article

Che-Castaldo, C., S. Jenouvrier, C. Youngflesh, et al. (2017). “Pan-Antarctic analysis aggregating spatial estimates of Adélie penguin abundance reveals robust dynamics despite stochastic noise penguin abundance reveals robust dynamics despite stochastic noise”. In: Nature Communications 8.1, p. 832. DOI: 10.1038/s41467-017-00890-0.

2017 article

Chisholm, S. E., K. W. Pietrzak, A. K. Miller, et al. (2008). Seabird Research at Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island, Antarctica, 2007-2008. AMLR 2007/2008 Field Season Report: Objectives, Accomplishments and Tentative Conclusions NOAA-TM-NMFS-SWFSC-427, Chapter 5. La Jolla, United States: Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration.

2008 report

Moreno, J. and E. J. Woehler (2009). Personal communication.

2009 personal communication

Chwedorzewska, K. J. and M. Korczak-Abshire (2010). “Human impact upon the environment in the vicinity of Arctowski Station, King George Island, Antarctica”. In: Polish Polar Research 31.1, pp. 45–60. DOI: 10.4202/ppres.2010.04.

2010 article

Ciaputa, P. and K. Sierakowski (1999). “Long-term population changes of Adélie, chinstrap, and gentoo penguins in the regions of SSSI No. 8 and SSSI No. 34, King George Island, Antarctica”. In: Polish Polar Research 20.4, pp. 355–365.

1999 article

Clarke, J., L. Emmerson, A. Townsend, et al. (2003). “Demographic characteristics of the Adélie penguin population on Béchervaise Island after 12 years of study”. In: CCAMLR Science 10, pp. 53–74.

2003 article

Convey, P., A. Morton, and J. Poncet (1999). “Survey of marine birds and mammals of the South Sandwich Islands”. In: Polar Record 35.193, pp. 107–124. DOI: 10.1017/S0032247400026450.

1999 article

Coria, N. R., H. Spairani, S. Vivequin, et al. (1995). “Diet of Adélie penguins Pygoscelis adeliae during the post-hatching period at Esperanza Bay, Antarctica, 1987/88”. In: Polar Biology 15.6, pp. 415–418. DOI: 10.1007/BF00239717.

1995 article

Coria, N. R., M. Favero, M. P. Silva, et al. (1995). “Breeding birds at Duthoit Point, Nelson Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica”. In: Marine Ornithology 23.1, pp. 61–64.

1995 article

Coria, N. R., P. G. Blendinger, and D. Montalti (1996). “The breeding birds of Cape Geddes, Laurie Island, South Orkney Islands, Antarctica”. In: Marine Ornithology 24.1–2, pp. 43–44.

1996 article

Coria, N. R., D. Montalti, E. F. Rombolá, et al. (2011). “Birds at Laurie Island, South Orkney Islands, Antarctica: Breeding species and their distribution”. In: Marine Ornithology 39.2, pp. 207–213.

2011 article

Crawford, R. J. M., P. A. Whittington, L. Upfold, et al. (2009). “Recent trends in numbers of four species of penguins at the Prince Edward Islands”. In: African Journal of Marine Science 31.3, pp. 419–426. DOI: 10.2989/AJMS.2009.31.3.14.1002.

2009 article

Croxall, J. P. and E. D. Kirkwood (1979). The distribution of penguins on the Antarctic Peninsula and islands of the Scotia Sea. Cambridge, United Kingdom: British Antarctic Survey. ISBN: 0856650714.

1979 book

Croxall, J. P., D. M. Rootes, and R. A. Price (1981). “Increases in penguin populations at Signy Island, South Orkney Islands”. In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin 54, pp. 47–56.

1981 article

Borowicz, A., P. McDowall, C. Youngflesh, et al. (2015). “Unpublished census data from the Danger Islands Expedition December 2015”. Dataset.

2015 unpublished

Dunn, M. J. (2009). “British Antarctic Survey”. Dataset.

2009 unpublished

Dunn, M. J., J. A. Jackson, S. Adlard, et al. (2016). “Population size and decadal trends of three penguin species nesting at Signy Island, South Orkney Islands”. In: PLoS ONE 11.10, p. e0164025. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0164025.

2016 article

Dunn, M. J., J. Forcada, J. A. Jackson, et al. (2018). “A long-term study of gentoo penguin (Pygoscelis papua) population trends at a major Antarctic tourist site, Goudier Island, Port Lockroy”. In: Biodiversity and Conservation 28, pp. 37–53. DOI: 10.1007/s10531-018-1635-6.

2018 article

Eklund, C. R. (1945). “Condensed ornithology report, East Base, Palmer Land”. In: Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 39.1, pp. 299–304.

1945 article

Emslie, S. D., W. R. Fraser, R. C. Smith, et al. (1998). “Abandoned penguin colonies and environmental change in the Palmer Station area, Anvers Island, Antarctic Peninsula”. In: Antarctic Science 10.3, pp. 257–268. DOI: 10.1017/S0954102098000352.

1998 article

Ensor, P. H. and J. A. Bassett (1987). The breeding status of Adélie penguins and other birds on the coast of George V Land, Antarctica. Vol. 50. ANARE Research Notes. Kingston, Australia: Antarctic Division, Department of Science and Technology.

1987 book

Esponda, C. G., N. R. Coria, and D. Montalti (2000). “Breeding birds at Halfmoon Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica, 1995/96”. In: Marine Ornithology 28.1, pp. 59–62.

2000 article

Favero, M., N. R. Coria, and M. P. Beron (2000). “The status of breeding birds at Cierva Point and surroundings, Danco Coast, Antarctic Peninsula”. In: Polish Polar Research 21.3–4, pp. 181–187.

2000 article

Fraser, W. R. (1991). “Adélie penguin breeding success and chronology studies - relative abundance of one and two chick broods, collected at Palmer Station Antarctica research area, 1991 - present”. Dataset.

1991 unpublished

Fraser, W. R. (1991). “Adélie Penguin breeding success and chronology studies - colony-specific chick production, collected at Palmer Station Antarctica research area, 1991 - present”. Dataset.

1991 unpublished

Fretwell, P. T., M. A. LaRue, P. Morin, et al. (2012). “An emperor penguin population estimate: The first global, synoptic survey of a species from space”. In: PLoS ONE 7.4, p. e33751. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0033751.

2012 article

Fretwell, P. T., P. N. Trathan, B. Wienecke, et al. (2014). “Emperor penguins breeding on iceshelves”. In: PLoS ONE 9.1, p. e85285. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0085285.

2014 article

Fretwell, P. T. and P. N. Trathan (2019). “Emperors on thin ice: Three years of breeding failure at Halley Bay”. In: Antarctic Science 31.3, pp. 133–138.

2019 article

Pylypenko, D. V. (2013). “Colonial bird species nesting in the UAS AREA Vernadsky (2010-2011)”. In: Ukrainian Antarkticka Journal 12, pp. 206–216.

2013 article

Fretwell, P. T. and P. N. Trathan (2020). “Discovery of new colonies by Sentinel2 reveals good and bad news for emperor penguins”. In: Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 7.2, pp. 139–153. DOI: 10.1002/rse2.176.

2020 article

Gil-Delgado, J. A., J. González-Solís, and A. Barbosa (2013). “Populations of breeding birds in Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands”. In: Antarctic Science 25.2, pp. 303–306. DOI: 10.1017/S0954102012000752.

2013 article

González-Zevallos, D., M. M. Santos, E. F. Rombolá, et al. (2013). “Abundance and breeding distribution of seabirds in the northern part of the Danco Coast, Antarctic Peninsula”. In: Polar Research 32.0, pp. 1–7. DOI: 10.3402/polar.v32i0.11133.

2013 article

Hahn, S., H. Peter, P. Quillfeldt, et al. (1998). “The birds of the Potter Peninsula, King George Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica, 1965–1998”. In: Marine Ornithology 26.1–2, pp. 1–6.

1998 article

Harris, C. M., R. Carr, K. Lorenz, et al. (2011). Important bird areas in Antarctica: Antarctic Peninsula, South Shetland Islands, South Orkney Islands - Final Report. Environmental Research & Assessment Ltd.. Cambridge, United Kingdom: BirdLife International, Polar Regions Unit of the United Kingdom Foreign & Commonwealth Office.

2011 report

Hart, T. (2018). “Penguin Watch Dataset”. Dataset.

2018 unpublished

Heimark, G. M. and R. J. Heimark (1988). “Observations of birds and marine mammals at Palmer Station November 1985 to November 1986”. In: Antarctic Journal of the United States 23.4, pp. 14–17.

1988 article

Hinke, J. T. and G. M. Watters (2014). 13 January 2014 weekly field reports: Copacabana, King George Island. Volume 2. La Jolla, United States: Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration.

2014 report

Hinke, J. T. and G. M. Watters (2014). 20 January 2014 weekly field reports: Copacabana, King George Island. Volume 3. La Jolla, United States: Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration.

2014 report

Hinke, J. T., M. M. Santos, M. Korczak-Abshire, et al. (2019). “Individual variation in migratory movements of chinstrap penguins leads to widespread occupancy of ice-free winter habitats over the continental shelf and deep ocean basins of the Southern Ocean”. In: PloS ONE 14.12, p. e0226207. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0226207.

2019 article

Hinke, J. T. and H. J. Lynch (2020). Personal communication.

2020 personal communication

Horne, R. S. C. (1983). The distribution of penguin breeding colonies on the Australian Antarctic Territory, Heard Island, the McDonald Islands, and Macquarie Island. Vol. 9. ANARE Research Notes. Kingston, Australia: Antarctic Division, Department of Science and Technology.

1983 book

Hoshiai, T., O. Matsuda, and Y. Naito (1981). “Fluctuation of Adélie penguin populations in two small rookeries of the Syowa Station area, Antarctica”. In: Antarctic Record 73, pp. 141–146.

1981 article

Hoshiai, T., T. Sweda, and A. Tanimura (1984). “Adélie penguin census in the 1981-82 and 1982-1983 breeding seasons near Syowa Station, Antarctica [Special issue]”. In: Memoirs of National Institute of Polar Research 32, pp. 117–121.

1984 article

Hucke-Gaete, R., D. Torres, and V. Vallejos (1997). Population size and distribution of Pygoscelis antarctica and P. papua at Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island, Antarctica (1996/97 Season). Working Group on Ecosystem Monitoring and Management WG-EMM-97/62. San Diego, United States: Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources.

1997 report

Ishikawa, S., O. Matsuda, and K. Kawagushi (1988). “Adélie penguin census in the 1984-85 breeding season near Syowa Station, Antarctica with reference to the banding effect on the population”. In: Antarctic Record 32.3, pp. 302–307.

1988 article

Jabłoński, B. (1980). “Distribution and numbers of birds and pinnipedes on Penguin Island (South Shetland Islands in January 1979*)”. In: Polish Polar Research 1.1, pp. 109–116.

1980 article

Jabłoński, B. (1984). “Distribution, number and breeding preferences of penguins in the region of the Admiralty Bay (King George Islands, South Shetland Islands in the season 1979/80*)”. In: Polish Polar Research 5.1–2, pp. 5–16.

1984 article

Jabłoński, B. (1984). “Distribution and numbers of penguins in the region of King George Island (South Shetland Islands in the breeding season 1980/1981*)”. In: Polish Polar Research 5.1–2, pp. 17–30.

1984 article

Jabłoński, B. (1986). “Distribution, abundance and biomass of a summer community of birds in the region of the Admiralty Bay (King George Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica) in 1978/1979*”. In: Polish Polar Research 7.3, pp. 217–260.

1986 article

Jehl, J. R. and F. S. Todd (1985). “A census of the Adélie penguin colony on Paulet Island, Weddell Sea”. In: Antarctic Journal of the United States 20.5, pp. 171–172.

1985 article

Juáres, M. A., M. M. Santos, J. Negrete, et al. (2015). “Adélie penguin population changes at Stranger Point: 19 years of monitoring”. In: Antarctic Science 27.05, pp. 455–461. DOI: 10.1017/S0954102015000152.

2015 article

Kato, A. and H. Ichikawa (1999). “Breeding status of Adélie and emperor penguins in the Mt. Riiser-Larsen area, Amundsen Bay”. In: Polar Bioscience 12, pp. 36–39.

1999 article

Kato, A. and Y. Ropert-Coudert (2006). “Rapid increase in Adélie penguin populations in the Lützow-Holm Bay area since the mid 1990s”. In: Polar Bioscience 20, pp. 55–62.

2006 article

Woehler, E. J. and N. Cobley (1998). Personal communication.

1998 personal communication

Kooyman, G. L. and P. J. Ponganis (2016). “Rise and fall of Ross Sea emperor penguin colony populations: 2000 to 2012”. In: Antarctic Science 28, pp. 1–8. DOI: 10.1017/S0954102016000559.

2016 article

Korczak-Abshire, M., M. Węgrzyn, P. J. Angiel, et al. (2013). “Pygoscelid penguins breeding distribution and population trends at Lions Rump rookery, King George Island”. In: Polish Polar Research 34.1, pp. 87–99. DOI: 10.2478/popore-2013-0002.

2013 article

Korczak-Abshire, M., A. Zmarz, M. Rodzewicz, et al. (2018). “Study of fauna population changes on Penguin Island and Turret Point Oasis (King George Island, Antarctica) using an unmanned aerial vehicle”. In: Polar Biology 42, pp. 217–224. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-018-2379-1.

2018 article

Korczak-Abshire, M., A. Zmarz, M. Rodzewicz, et al. (2019). “Study of fauna population changes on Penguin Island and Turret Point Oasis (King George Island, Antarctica) using an unmanned aerial vehicle”. In: Polar Biology 42.1, pp. 217–224. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-018-2379-1.

2019 article

Korean Polar Research Institute (2020). A Study on Monitoring of Antarctic Special Protected Area and Environmental Management of Antarctic Base (6). BSPG19040-037-3. Sejong-si, Republic of Korea: Ministry of the Environment.

2020 report

LaRue, M. A., D. G. Ainley, M. Swanson, et al. (2013). “Climate change winners: receding ice fields facilitate colony expansion and altered dynamics in an Adélie penguin metapopulation”. In: PLoS ONE 8.4, p. e60568. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0060568.

2013 article

LaRue, M. A., G. L. Kooyman, H. J. Lynch, et al. (2015). “Emigration in emperor penguins: Implications for interpretation of long-term studies”. In: Ecography 38.2, pp. 114–120. DOI: 10.1111/ecog.00990.

2015 article

LaRue, M. A. and G. Humphries (2018). Personal Communication.

2018 personal communication

Law, P. (1962). “New ANARE landings in Australian Antarctic Territory 1960”. In: Geographical Journal 128.2, pp. 174–183.

1962 article

Law, P. (1964). The Exploration of Oates Land, Antarctica. Vol. 71. ANARE Reports. Melborne, Australia: Antarctic Division, Department of External Affairs.

1964 book

Lazo, I., H. Núñez, and J. V. Yañez (1992). “Áreas libres de hielo y su relación con ensambles de aves nidificantes antárticas, isla Livingston, Antártica”. In: Serie Científica INACH. Vol. 42. Santiago, Chile: Instituto Antártico Chileno, pp. 69–75.

1992 book chapter

Lesiński, G. (1993). “Monitoring of birds and pinnipedians on King George Island (South Shetland Islands) in 1989/1990”. In: Polish Polar Research 14.1, pp. 75–89.

1993 article

Leung, E. S. W., R. A. Orben, and W. Z. Trivelpiece (2006). Seabird research at Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island, Antarctica, 2005/06. AMLR 2005/2006 Field Season Report: Objectives, Accomplishments and Tentative Conclusions NOAA-TM-NMFS-SWFSC-397, Chapter 9. La Jolla, United States: Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration.

2006 report

Low, M., L. Meyer, and C. Southwell (2007). “Number and distribution of Adélie penguin (Pygoscelis adeliae) breeding sites in the Robinson Group of islands, Mac.Robertson Land coast, east Antarctica”. In: Polar Record 43.03, pp. 225–229. DOI: 10.1017/S0032247407006365.

2007 article

Lumpe, P. and K. Weidinger (2000). “Distribution, numbers and breeding of birds at the northern ice-free areas of nelson island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica, 1990–1992”. In: Marine Ornithology 28, pp. 41–46.

2000 article

Lynch, H. J., W. F. Fagan, and R. Naveen (2010). “Population trends and reproductive success at a frequently visited penguin colony on the western Antarctic Peninsula”. In: Polar Biology 33.4, pp. 493–503. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-009-0726-y.

2010 article

Lynch, H. J., R. Naveen, and P. Casanovas (2013). “Antarctic Site Inventory breeding bird survey data, 1994-2013: Ecological Archives E094-243”. In: Ecology 94.11, pp. 2653–2653. DOI: 10.1890/13-1108.1.

2013 article

Lynch, H. J. and M. A. LaRue (2014). “First global census of the Adélie Penguin”. In: The Auk 131.4, pp. 457–466. DOI: 10.1642/AUK-14-31.1.

2014 article

Lynch, H. J. and M. R. Schwaller (2014). “Mapping the abundance and distribution of Adélie penguins using Landsat-7: First steps towards an integrated multi-sensor pipeline for tracking populations at the continental scale”. In: PLoS ONE 9.11, p. e113301. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0113301.

2014 article

Lynch, H. J., R. White, R. Naveen, et al. (2016). “In stark contrast to widespread declines along the Scotia Arc, a survey of the South Sandwich Islands finds a robust seabird community”. In: Polar Biology 1, pp. 1–11. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-015-1886-6.

2016 article

Lynch, H. J. (2013). “Antarctic Site Inventory”. Dataset.

2013 unpublished

Lynch, H. J. (2019). “Stony Brook University Lynch Lab survey data”. Dataset.

2019 unpublished

Lyver, P. O., M. Barron, K. J. Barton, et al. (2014). “Trends in the breeding population of Adélie penguins in the Ross Sea, 1981–2012: A coincidence of climate and resource extraction effects”. In: PLoS ONE 9.3, p. e91188. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0091188.

2014 article

Lyver, P. O. (1983). “Landcare Research Adélie census data”. Dataset.

1983 unpublished

Macdonald, J. A., K. J. Barton, and P. Metcalf (2002). “Chinstrap penguins (Pygoscelis antarctica) nesting on Sabrina Islet, Balleny Islands, Antarctica”. In: Polar Biology 25.6, pp. 442–447. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-002-0363-1.

2002 article

Special Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (2000). Management plan for Site of Special Scientific Interest No. 8: Western Shore of Admiralty Bay, King George Island, South Shetland Islands. Final Report of the Twelfth Special Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting Measure 1, Annex E. The Hague, Netherlands: Antarctic Treaty System.

2000 report

Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (2002). Management plan for Antarctic Specially Protected Area No. 117: Avian Island, Marguerite Bay, Antarctic Peninsula. Final Report of the Thirty-second Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting Measure 1. Warsaw, Poland: Antarctic Treaty System.

2002 report

Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (2005). Deception Island Management Package. Final Report of the Twenty-eighth Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting Measure 3. Stockholm, Sweden: Antarctic Treaty System.

2005 report

Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (2005). Management plan for Antarctic Specially Protected Area No. 132: Potter Peninsula, King George Island (Isla 25 De Mayo), South Shetland Islands. Final Report of the Twenty-eighth Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting Measure 2, Annex F. Stockholm, Sweden: Antarctic Treaty System.

2005 report

Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (2005). Management plan for Antarctic Specially Protected Area No. 133: Harmony Point, Nelson Island, South Shetland Islands. Final Report of the Twenty-eighth Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting Measure 2, Annex G. Stockholm, Sweden: Antarctic Treaty System.

2005 report

Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (2005). Management plan for Antarctic Specially Protected Area No. 149: Cape Shirreff And San Telmo Island, Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands. Management plan for Antarctic Specially Protected Area No. 149: Cape Shirreff And San Telmo Island, Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands Measure 2, Annex H. Stockholm, Sweden: Antarctic Treaty System.

2005 report

Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (2006). Management plan for Antarctic Specially Managed Area No. 1 Admirality Bay. Twenty-ninth Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting Measure 2. Edinburgh, United Kingdom: Antarctic Treaty System.

2006 report

Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (2008). Designation of Antarctic Specially Managed Area No. 7: Southwest Anvers island and Palmer Basin. Final Report of the Thirty-first Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting Measure 1. Kyiv, Ukraine: Antarctic Treaty System.

2008 report

Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (2009). Management plan for Antarctic Specially Protected Area No. 113: Litchfield Island, Arthur Harbor Anvers Island, Palmer Archipelago. Final Report of the Thirty-second Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting Measure 4. Baltimore, United States: Antarctic Treaty System.

2009 report

Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (2009). Management plan for Antarctic Specially Protected Area No. 125: Fildes Peninsula, King George Island (25 De Mayo), (Fossil Hill, Holz Stream (Madera Stream), Glacier Dome Bellingshausen (Collins Glacier), Halfthree Point, Suffield Point, Fossil Point, Gradzinski Cove And Skua Cove). Final Report of the Thirty-second Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting Measure 6. Baltimore, United States: Antarctic Treaty System.

2009 report

Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (2009). Management plan for Antarctic Specially Protected Area No. 150: Ardley Island, Maxwell Bay, King George Island (25 De Mayo). Final Report of the Thirty-second Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting Measure 9. Baltimore, United States: Antarctic Treaty System.

2009 report

Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (2009). Management plan for Antarctic Specially Protected Area No. 152: Western Bransfield Strait. Final Report of the Thirty-second Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting Measure 10. Baltimore, United States: Antarctic Treaty System.

2009 report

Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (2009). Management Plan for Antarctic Specially Protected Area No. 153: Eastern Dallmann Bay. Final Report of the Thirty-second Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting Measure 11. Baltimore, United States: Antarctic Treaty System.

2009 report

Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (2009). Management plan for Antarctic Specially Protected Area No. 171: Narębski Point, Barton Peninsula, King George Island. Final Report of the Thirty-second Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting Measure 13. Baltimore, United States: Antarctic Treaty System.

2009 report

Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (2014). Management plan for Antarctic Specially Protected Area No. 139: Biscoe Point, Anvers Island, Palmer Archipelago. Final Report of the Thirty-seventh Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting Measure 6. Brasilia, Brasil: Antarctic Treaty System.

2014 report

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2014 report

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