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Linking predator and prey behaviour: contrasts between Antarctic fur seals and macaroni penguins at South Georgia

first_imgAntarctic fur seals Arctocephalus gazella and macaroni penguins Eudyptes chrysolophus are the two main land-based krill Euphausia superba consumers in the northern Scotia Sea. Using a combination of concurrent at-sea (predator observations, net hauls and multi-frequency acoustics), and land-based (animal tracking and diet analysis) techniques, we examined variability in the foraging ecology of these sympatric top predators during the austral summer and autumn of 2004. Krill availability derived from acoustic surveys was low during summer, increasing in autumn. During the breeding season, krill occurred in 80% of fur seal diet samples, with fish remains in 37% of samples. Penguin diets contained the highest proportion of fish in over 20 years of routine monitoring (46% by mass; particularly the myctophid Electrona antarctica), with krill (33%) and amphipods (Themisto gaudichaudii; 21%) also occurring. When constrained by the need to return and feed their offspring both predator species foraged to the northwest of South Georgia, consistent with an area of high macrozooplankton biomass, but fur seals were apparently more successful at exploiting krill. When unconstrained by chick-rearing (during March) penguins foraged close to the Shag Rocks shelf-break, probably exploiting the high daytime biomass of fish in this area. Penguins and seals are able to respond differently to periods of reduced krill abundance (in terms of variability in diet and foraging behaviour), without detriment to the breeding success of either species. This highlights the importance of myctophid fish as an alternative trophic pathway for land-based predators in the Scotia Sea ecosystem.last_img read more

Utah Adds Kicker From UCLA

first_img Tags: Andrew Strauch/Pac 12/Utah Utes Football Robert Lovell Written by In his career with the Bruins, Strauch is 9-for-9 on extra points and 1-of-2 on field goals. Kicker Andrew Strauch is joining the program as a graduate transfer from UCLA.  FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  The Utah Utes are adding some competition at the kicker position.  May 2, 2019 /Sports News – Local Utah Adds Kicker From UCLAlast_img read more

Indian Navy Welcomes Admiral Katsutoshi Kawano, Chief of Staff, JMSDF

first_img View post tag: Chief of Staff View post tag: Katsutoshi Admiral Katsutoshi Kawano, Chief of Staff, Japan Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF), called on Admiral DK Joshi, Chief of the Naval Staff, Indian Navy at Naval Headquarters on 25 Feb 13. During the meeting, a wide range of subjects of mutual interest in the Maritime Domain were discussed. The Indian Navy and the JMSDF have been collaborating towards combating piracy off the Gulf of Aden. Admiral Katsutoshi Kawano also called on the Defence Minister Shri AK Antony. The JMSDF chief was on a two day official visit to India.Admiral Katsutoshi Kawano visited the Western Naval Command Headquarters at Mumbai , where he interacted with Vice Admiral Shekhar Sinha, FOC-in-C Western Naval Command.It may be recalled that the inaugural Indo-Japan Maritime Affairs dialogue was held at New Delhi, in January 2013.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, March 1, 2013; Image: Indian Navy View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Defense View post tag: chief March 1, 2013 Back to overview,Home naval-today Indian Navy Welcomes Admiral Katsutoshi Kawano, Chief of Staff, JMSDF View post tag: Defence Training & Education View post tag: Admiralcenter_img View post tag: JMSDF View post tag: Kawano View post tag: Indian View post tag: Staff View post tag: Navy Indian Navy Welcomes Admiral Katsutoshi Kawano, Chief of Staff, JMSDF View post tag: Naval View post tag: welcomes Share this articlelast_img read more

Image of the Day: American Flag Retirement Ceremony

first_img View post tag: Naval Image of the Day: American Flag Retirement Ceremony Authorities December 3, 2014 View post tag: Retirement View post tag: News by topic Back to overview,Home naval-today Image of the Day: American Flag Retirement Ceremony View post tag: Ceremony Lt. Earl Wilson, from the amphibious transport dock ship USS New Orleans (LPD 18) places an unserviceable American flag into the fire during an American flag retirement ceremony at American Legion Post 434.New Orleans is homeported in San Diego while undergoing a planned incremental availability maintenance period at BAE Systems Ship Repair.Image: U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Brandon Cyr View post tag: American View post tag: Flag View post tag: amerias View post tag: Image of the Day View post tag: Navy Share this articlelast_img read more

2018 Children’s Tea on Saturday, February 10 at The Ocean City Historical Museum

first_imgThe Ocean City Historical Museum invites the community to its Annual Children’s Tea on Saturday, February 10, 2018 from 11:45pm to 2:00pm at the Museum. This year’s theme is “Teddy and the Bears.” This event is perfect for children 5-10 years old. Come learn about a proper Victorian Tea, do arts and crafts andmost of all enjoy an afternoon tea. Theodore Roosevelt, his daughter Annie anda whole bunch of teddy bears will be joining us this year. Bring a special bear with you and we’ll have a wonderful afternoon. We are proud to announce that Gillian’s Wonderland Pier will be our Key Sponsor for the event. We hope that WonderBear will be able to fit us in to his busy schedule.Space is limited. Please note the earlier time! Tickets are on sale now. Members of the Ocean City Historical Museum are able to purchase tickets now at $8 per person. General Public can purchase their tickets for $10 per person. Tickets must be purchased in advance. To register call 609.399.1801 or stop by the Museum located in the Community Center, 1735 Simpson Avenue, Ocean City, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday 10:00am-4:00pm. Jennifer DeVlieger and her daughter, Reagan, and Christine Pontari and her daughter, Taylor, at a previous Children’s Tea at the Ocean City Historical Museum.last_img read more

Autism research fellowship open for applications

first_imgHarvard Medical School and the Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation are accepting applications for the Nancy Lurie Marks Junior Faculty Merit Fellowship.Applicants must be affiliated with Harvard Medical School or one of the Harvard hospitals, have at least two years of prior postdoctoral training, and be actively engaged in autism research. This fellowship is intended to provide salary support to the junior faculty members and limited funds for research supplies.Eligible candidates should submit a 5-page proposal to include a description of research plan (two to three pages); description of background, specific aims, and experimental approach; National Institutes of Health-style bio-sketch; three letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with researcher’s accomplishments; and a 250-word abstract. All materials except references must be single-spaced, and in 10 pt. font.Two fellowships will be awarded in January. To submit completed applications, or for questions, email [email protected] Deadline to submit is Dec. 15.last_img read more

Sherri Shepherd Will Make Her Broadway Debut in Cinderella

first_img Directed by Mark Brokaw, the production brings to the Broadway stage for the first time the tuner that originally aired as a TV special in 1957, starring Oscar winner Julie Andrews. This Cinderella features a completely re-imagined book by Douglas Carter Beane and additional Rodgers and Hammerstein songs originally composed for other musicals. Cinderella Shepherd returns to the New York stage after starring in Love, Loss and what I Wore off-Broadway. In addition to The View, for which she has shared a Daytime Emmy win and four additional nominations with her co-hosts, Shepherd has appeared on TV in Dancing with the Stars, 30 Rock, How I Met Your Mother, Less Than Perfect and her sitcom, Sherri. Her film credits include Precious, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa and the upcoming Top Five. Related Shows View Commentscenter_img In addition to Opel, the current cast of Cinderella includes Paige Faure as Cinderella, Joe Carroll as Prince Topher, Victoria Clark as the Marie, Ann Harada as Charlotte, Stephanie Gibson as Gabrielle, Peter Bartlett as Sebastian, Todd Buonopane as Jean-Michel and Phumzile Sojola as Lord Pinkleton. Another daytime powerhouse is soon to be making her Broadway debut! Sherri Shepherd will join the previously announced Keke Palmer in the Great White Way production of Cinderella. Shepherd, stepping in for Nancy Opel, will play the evil stepmother Madame to Palmer’s Cinderella beginning September 9 at the Broadway Theatre. The Daytime Emmy winner made the announcement on the August 5 episode of The View, which she currently co-hosts alongside Whoopi Goldberg and Jenny McCarthy. Shepherd will conclude her run on the talk show on August 8. Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 4, 2015last_img read more

Trail Mix | July 2017

first_img Embed Audio PlayerPierce EdensThe BonfireUse Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.00:000:00 / 6:02 Mirrors Wes Swing 5:17 Hold On Me Twisted Pine Sift Envy on the Coast 4:14 3:04 Copy and paste this code to your site to embed. The Luckiest Thief Little Silver 3:53 3:36 4:31 Gone The Savage Radley Purple Tongue Kellen of Troy Alien Invasion Moon Hooch When I Lived in Carolina Kazyak 3:35 2:41 4:54 Promise Not To Leave Cameron Mitchell I’m Not Your Man Sammy Brue 3:47 No Punches Strange Americans 3:44 Drunken Barbers Hand Slaid Cleaves What were the highlights, the milestones, of your teenage years?If your adolescence was anything like mine, you were hoping that cute somebody liked you back, or that first time your folks tossed you the keys to the car, or that you made that team, got that part, or earned that scholarship.Sammy Brue most likely is doing things similar to that. At the same time, he can include sharing the stage with Lucinda Williams, Justin Townes Earle, and Hayes Carll, playing the Newport Folk Festival, and releasing a record produced by John Paul White, of The Civil Wars, and Ben Tanner, of Alabama Shakes on his list, too.And Sammy is just sixteen years old.Yep, you read the correctly. Despite barely being old enough to drive, Sammy Brue is already leaving his mark on the Americana world. With three EPs under his belt, Sammy released his first long player, I Am Nice, last month, and a national tour is in the works.Trail Mix is happy to include “I’m Not Your Man” from this rising star this month.Also featured this month is a tune from Whiskey Shivers. This raucous and rootsy quintet, hailing from Austin, Texas, is poised to finish the summer in a monster way. A tour with guitar whiz Billy Strings is on the horizon, and the band will have a song featured in the new Pitch Perfect 3 film. Big things are certainly happening for this crew.Returning to Trail Mix this month are some of our all time faves. Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Moon Hooch, and Slaid Cleaves all have new records out, and – as always – the mix is excited to feature cuts from each.And be sure to check out new tunes from Wes Swing, Suntrodden, Cameron Mitchell, Kelley Of Troy, The Savage Radleys, The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers, John Dennis, Tom Forest, Kazyak, Pierce Edens, Twisted Pine, Envy On The Coast, and Little Silver.Lots of good stuff coming up on the Trail Mix blog, too. Chats with Strange Americans and Korby Lenker are on tap, as is a profile and ticket giveaway for Deep Roots Mountain Revival in West Virginia.Tune in to these great artists sharing their music with us. Grab a record or two or three. Spread the word. Go see one of these bands live. Pay them back for letting Trail Mix bring their music to you. Cluck Ol’ Hen Whiskey Shivers 6:02 2:56 3:49 4:10 High Is Not The Top Chris Robinson Brotherhood 6:02 Momma Told Me The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers Moonflower Suntrodden 3:22 4:33 The Bonfire Pierce Edens Summer Tom Forest Resurrection Mary John Dennis 3:18 4:57 Northern Lights Korby Lenkerlast_img read more

Staller Center for the Performing Arts

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Daily Mail: Croatia among the most expensive destinations for British tourists

first_imgSource / photo: Daily Mail In a week in Pula, a tourist will spend around 6.980 kuna, which is approximately 423 kuna less than the amount they would spend in Dubai, otherwise often synonymous with an expensive vacation. Summer vacation prices in 10 popular destinations Pula is the only European destination that has not become cheaper, but has risen in price by 0,7 percent compared to 2018. It ranks fourth in a select group of the most expensive destinations that still make up Dubai, Orlando and Toronto. The research showed that the Bulgarian Sunny Beach is the cheapest option for families for the fourth year in a row. A week’s vacation at this destination costs around 5.400 kuna per person, which is 17 percent less than last year. The price calculation includes a stay of seven nights, flights, dinners, spending money and one activity. The British daily Daily Mail published an article analyzing price movements in popular holiday destinations frequented by British tourists. center_img Sunny Beach and the Algarve are followed by Antalya, Zakynthos, Dordogne and Lanzarote on the list of cheapest destinations to explore. The Portuguese Algarve recorded the largest drop in prices (-20,2%) compared to last year. Thus, tourists visiting the southernmost Portuguese province will spend around 6.170 kuna this year. “Croatia recently saw an increase in popularity, which could be the reason for the 0,7 percent increase in prices compared to last year”, They concluded from the Daily Mail, one of the most widely read British daily newspapers. Destinations covered by the M&S Bank survey are Sunny Beach (Bulgaria), Algarve (Portugal), Antalya (Turkey), Zakynthos (Greece), Dordogne (France), Lanzarote (Spain), Dubai (UAE), Orlando (USA), Toronto (Canada), and Pula is also on the list.last_img read more