The seabird breeding populations in the western Barents Sea and the northern parts of the Norwegian Sea are among the largest in the world. Recent baseline studies indicate that at least half the species occur in numbers of international importance and thus have a special conservation value (Barrett & Vader 1984; Anker-Nilssen et al. 1988a). Of the 6-7 million individuals which breed with

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