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Appendix A: Detailed description of archipelago-wide census methods and count error and southern sea lion (Otaria flavescens) breeding colonies at the Falkland Islands.
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Appendix B: Detailed description of life history stages and resulting stage-class population matrix for the female component of the 1930s Falkland Islands southern sea lion (Otaria flavescens) population and a hypothetical Argentinean population. Also presented is the effect of commercial sealing on population size trajectories (females only) from the population model simulation.
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Appendix C: Details of winter mean sea surface temperatures and sea surface temperature anomalies as a function of time at the Falkland Islands.
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