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SEABIRD COlC)

Norsk Polarinstitutt

RAPPORTSERlE

Nr. 115 Tromsø 2000

y DATABASES

Rapport nr. 115

Vidar Bakken, editor

SEABIRD COLONY DATABASES OF THE BARENTS SEA REGION AND THE KARA SEA 2nd edition

Address: Vidar Bakken

University of OSlO Zoological Museum Sarsgt.l N-OS62 Oslo

(t)Norsk Polarinstitutt Polarmi Ijøsenteret, N-9296 Tromsø www.npolar.no Technical editor: Gunn Sissel Jaklin, Vidar Bakken Cover photo:

Ivory Gull at Troinoi in the Kara sea, Georg

Cover design:

Jan R.oald

Print:

Skipnes as, Trondheim, January 2002. First edition printed October·2000.

Second edition printed March 2002. ISBN:

82-7666-177-7

Bangjord

Preface

First edition:

T

o build up a eomplete seabird eoJony database is a long proeess. Firstly, the historieal data should be available and eheeked, and seeondly, all the data must be registered in the database and proofread. To get easy aeeess to the data it

is also necessary to prepare a menu driven front-end programme. Registrations of seabird eolonies in the Barents Sea Region have been conducted since the end of the 19th century. Up to date, a lot of data have been eolleeted, and it was a need for a system that eould systemise and make the data more

easily availabJe for researeh and management purposes. This report presents the eolony databases that are built up for the Barents Sea Region and the Kara Sea. The Barcnts Sea Region eonsists of the Norwegian Sea (north of the Aretic Circle), the Barents Sea and the White Sea. Except from the database covering the Norwegian eoast, the editor has supervised and co-ordinated the work to build up the databases for Svalbard, the Russian part of the Barents Sea, the White Sea and the Kara Sea. The editor has also made all the maps in this report. A Jot of persons have taken part in this projeet. I am grateful to Bente Brekke, Kenneth Eggen, Kjell Isaksen and Hallvard Strøm for registering the historieal data of the Svalbard area into the database. Thanks aJso to all those people who have been out in the field eolleeting the data. I am grateful to all my Russian eolleagues and their institutions for their enthusiasm and hard work to eomplete this projeet. Thanks to V. V. Bianki, N.S. Boiko, V.D. Kokhanov, A,E. Panarin, E. V. Shutova and F.N. Sklyarevieh for permission to use their data from the White Sea. Thanks also to LP. Tatarinkova, R.G. Chemyakin and T.D. Paneva for permission to use their data from the Murman eoast in the Barents Sea. I am gratefuJ to Rob Barrett for comments to the report. The Direetorate for Nature Management and the Norwegian Polar Institute financcd this projeet. Speeial thanks to Morten Ekker for showing a lot of patienee in waiting for the eolony databascs and especially this report to be eompJeted.

Seeond edition: In the second editioll some minor corrections have bccn made in the text and most of the maps have becn updated. Thanks to Kjell Isaksen for proofreading the manuseript. The printing of the second edition was finaneed by the Norwegian Polar Institute and the Norwegian

Russian Commission for Environmental Coo peratioll.

Vidar Bakken

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Vidar Bakken

Norwegian Polar Institute, Tromsø, Norway

Alexander E. Cherenkov

Solovki subdivision of the White Sea Biologieal Station of Moseow State

Maria Y. Gavrilo

Arctic and Antaretie Researeh Institute, St.Petersburg, Russia

Alexander S. Koryakin

Kandalaksha State Nature Reserve, Kandalaksha, Russia

Juri V. Krasnov

Kandalaksha State !\lature Reserve, Kandalaksha, Russia

University, Moseow, Russia

Natalia G. Nikolaeva

Kandalaksha State Nature Reserve, Kandalaksha, Russia

Iriml Y. Pokrovskaya

AIl-Russian Researeh Institute of Nature Proteetion and Reserves, Moseow, Russia

Vladimir Yu. Semashko

AII-Russian Researeh Institute of Nature Proteetion and Reserves, Moseow, Russia

Grigori M. Tertitski

Institute of Geography RAS, Moseow, Russia

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Introductiol1

A

seabird eolony database is an important tool for

in the colonies along the Norwegian coast, north of the

researeh and management purposes. Computerised

Arctic Circle, to the Russian border are shown in Appendix

data is in general easy aceessible, and for example in the

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case of an marine oil spill during the breeding period, it is

The "COLONY" programme is design ed for the accu­

in short time possible to identify areas with high conccn­

mulation and proeessing of data on seabird colonies. The

trations or vulnerable speeies of breeding seabirds. How­

database consists of five different tables: Colony descrip­

ever, seabird eolony data have a larger employment than

tion, Total eounts, Counts in study plots, Photo documcnta­

just showing coneentrations of seabirds. The management

tion and Rcfcrenees. A total of 25 eoJony breeding speeies

and research may use the data e.g. to compare areas in rela­

are registered in the database (Tab. l).

tion to biodiversity and densities of seabirds, to identity

The geographie seope of the Barents Sea Region data­

important areas for rare and vulnerable speeies, to estimate

base comprises Svalbard, Franz Josef Land, the western

total populations of seabirds in an area and to analyse pop­

coast of Novaya Zemlya, the Nel1etski district, the White

ulation trends and historical data. From the database it is

Sea and the Murman coast (Fig. l ). The Kara Sea database

easy to produee sourcc data as basis for any type of maps

eovers the eastern eoasts of Novaya Zemlya, the Kara

and tables showing population numbers, trends and colony

Sea Islands, the Severnaya Zemlya arehipelago and the

distribution. The management may use colony data as a

mainland coast from the eastern Yugor Peninsula to the

source for evaluation of new proteeted areas or revisions of

northeastern part of Taimyr as far as 50 km inshore (Fig. 2).

existing. In the futurc we will for sure also raee new and

The databases allow easy storage and overview of informa­

challenging employment of seabird eolony data. A presupposition for using the eolony database as a

tion about the loeation of seabird eolonies, breeding spe­ eies and the number of breeding pairs in various years.

"first ehoice" for researeh and management purposes is that

With minor programme ehanges, "COLONY" may also be

the database always should eontain the best available data.

adapted to other areas and seabird speeies.

A term to be used is a "dynamic eolony database", whieh

The eolony database for the Barents Sea Region has

actually means that the database always should be updated

been used for oil/seabirds impaet assessments in the Bar­

as soon as new or better data are available.

ents Sea (Isaksen et al. 1998), identifieation of vulnerable

Mehlum & Fjeld (1987) published the first seabird

areas in relation to oil spilIs (Moe et al. 1999) and for eval­

eolony catalogue, covering the Svalbard area. The data was

uation of the proteeted areas in Svalbard (Theisen & Brude

stored in a word proeessor, but it was desirable to transfer

1998). In addition, aggregated data from the database are

the data into a database. In 1989 a new database (dBase

used as basis for figures and maps presented in different

format) was established, and later a front-end programme

magazines and books (e.g. Bernes 1996, Anon 1998). It is

was developed by the editor in the programming language

also planned to distribute a special version to the loeal man­

"Clipper" (Computer Associates) named "COLONY ". After

agement ageneies in Norway and Russia, and to prepare an

complcting the material from Svalbard the database was, in

Arctic colony database for guillemots (Uria sp.).

co-operation with Russian research institutions, extended

English names of the speeies are given aecording to

to also include the Russian areas of the Barents Sea Region,

'The Bird List 200()' prepared by the British Ornithologists'

including the White Sea. Russian scientists registered all

Union Reeords Committee (BOU 2000). Contrary to most

the data from the Russian areas. The present version was

Russian literaturc (e.g. Yudin & Firsova 1988), we have

eompleted in 1997, and a total of 1547 colonies are regis­

treated the gull taxon heuglini as a sub-spccies of the lesser

tered. In addition, more than 3000 colony counts and more

blaek-baeked gull LarusfilsCUS and not as a sub-speeies of

than 9000 single eounts of speeies are included. In 1997,

herring gull L argentatus. In the eolony database of the

a similar database was established for the Kara Sea by

Kara Sea the lesser blaek-backed gull Larusfuscus heuglini

the Arctic and Antaretie Research Institute (AARI) in St.

is registered as herring gull, but rcported as lesser blaek­

Petersburg in eo-operation with the Norwegian Polar Insti­

backed gull in this report.

tute. This database contains 179 eolonies, 211 total counts

This report presents a summary of seleeted informa­

and 321 single counts of species. The seabird species reg­

tion stored in the tables for Colony descriptions and Total

istered in the Barents, White and Kara Seas are listed in

counts. For eaeh sea area there is a short deseriptiol1 of the

Table 1. The institutions that have contributed in the work

physical and biologieal properties and a sUl11mary of the

with the databases are listed in Table 2. In a special ver­

number of breeding seabirds as registered in the database.

sion of the database, the seabird colonies along the Norwe­

The estimated proportion of the number of colonies and

gian coast north of the Arctic Circle are also included. This

number of breeding individuals registered in the database

material was imported from an independent eolony data­

in rclation to the expeeted total number in the regions is

base organised and managed by the Nor wegian Institute

indicated.

for Nature Researeh (N INA) covering the entire Norwegian

In the database, the number of birds in the eolonies is

coast. The location of the eolonies and the number of birds

registered as "Pairs" or "Individuals". In addition, a eatc­

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Table 1. English names, seientific names and abbreviations of the breeding seabird speeies registered in the databases for the Barents Sea Region and the Kara Sea. The speeies registered as breeding in the ditferent seas are marked ('+'

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Northern fulmar

Fulmams glacialis

FUGLA

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Northern gannet

A1arus bassolItls

MOBAS

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Great eormorant

Phalacrocorax carbo

PHCAR

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European shag

Phalacrocorax aristotelis

PIIARI

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Pink-footed goose

Anser brachyrhYllchus

ANBRA

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Greylag goose

Allser unser

ANANS

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Barnaeie goose

Bmnla /eucopsis

BRLEU

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Brent goose

Emllla hemicla

BRBER

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Red-breasted goose

Emnta rujicollis

BRRUF

COlllmon eider

Somateria lI1o!lissima

SOMOL

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King eider

Somateria speetahilis

SOSPE

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Long-tailed duek

Clungllla hremalis

CLHYE

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Sabine':-, gull

Lar/Vi sabilli

LASAB

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Mew gull

La n s

LACAN

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Larus ji sclls

LAFUS

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Herring gull

Lorus w'gel1tatus

LAARG

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Glaucous gull

Larus hyperboreus

LAHYP

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Great blaek-backe{1 gull

Lams morinus

LAMAR

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Black-Iegged kittiwake

Rissa tridactvla

RITRI

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Pagophila ehurJ1eo

PAEBU

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Arctic tem

Stema paradisoea

STPAR

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Common guillemot

Ur;o aa/ge

URAAL

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Ur;o !omvia

URLOM

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Razorbil1

A/ca torda

ALTOR

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Black guil1emot

Ceppfllls grylle

CEGRY

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A/le alle

ALALL

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Atlantic puffin

Fratercula an·tica

FRARC

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Bri.innich's guillemot

Little auk

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Lesser hlaek-backed gull

Ivory gull

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**) The bamacle goose is breeding in the soutwestern part of the Kara Sea. These eolonies are registered

in the Barents Sea database.

gory named "Unknown" is used for old counts where the

sented for eaeh sea area. The size of the breeding popula­

unit is unknown. All population estimates in this report,

tions for each speeies is also indicated in predefined inter­

exeept from Tablie 10, are given as breeding individual.I'.

vaIs.

In this estimate the number of pairs given in the database

This report is divided into separate ehaptcrs for the Bar­

is multiplied with two and the numbers given as "Individ­

ents, White and the Kara Seas, respeetively. In eaeh of these

ual,," or "Unknmvn" are added ul1changed to the estimates

chapters a general descriptions of physieal and biological

for the total populations. Maps showing the breeding dis­

conditions, population numbers and a list of all the eolonies

tribution of each speeies in the Barents Sea Region can

with the location and the number of breeding individuals for

be found in Anker-Nilssen et al. (20{)O). Maps showing

each speeies is presented. The reference list ineludes all ref­

the speeies distribution for the Kara Sea are presented in

erences cited in the text as well as references used as basis

Appendix 2. In addition, a summary table of all eolonies

for the data in the databases.

with geographical location and breeding speeies is pre­

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Table 6. Number of seabird colonies and breeding individuals registered in Franz Josef Land. Within this region 87 colonies are registered in the colony database.

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Table 7. Number of seabird colonies and breeding individuals registered in Svalbard. Within fhis region 579 colonies are registered in the colony database.

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Northem fulmar

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Great black-backed igull

2 224 25

Black-Iegged kiuiwake

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Barnacle goose Brent goose Pink-footed goose Common eider King eider Sabine's gull Glaucous gull

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_

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Unccrtain data

_

N

DALIRKAYA

MIDDLE PART

ALEXANDRA LAND,

COLONlES)

ASTRUPNESET S

ASTRUPNRSET N

ARSKJJ

ISL

ARKHANGEL'SKAYA BAY

AR! SKAMMEN / FUGLEBERGET

ARA-GUBA BAY

BAY

APPOLONOFF ISLAND

E3258

EI049

N6928 E3254

N7550 E5846

81534

N6925 E3249

N6943

N7S33

AN DØYA

ANKERFJELLET

ISLETS (

ANIKIEV

AND0YANE,

AN00YANE"

AN D 0Y AN F' r

AN00YANE,

(2)

W

AMSTERDAM0YA W

AMSTERDfu'!ØYA

AMS1'ERDAMØYA

$W

N7948

AM STE RDAMø YA

AMS'fERDAHØYA

N7909

NW

S V1:.:NSK0 YA

N7423 E1902

N8047 E4725

N8035 E4455

AMF1FJELLET

ALPINI0YA

ALKHORNET

ALKENF.BBET,

ALKEKONGEN

ALKE FJELLET

ALFREDFJ8LLP.T NORD

CAPE

ALEXANDRA LAND,

ALEKSE,TEV0YA W

ALEKSE,TEV0YA SE

ALEKSEJEV0YA S

E2115

ALDEGONDABERGET

M.HARMSWORTH

N7'l43

N7732

ALB ER T 0YA

ALDJER ISLAND

N7743 E1410

E3135

E3135

E3135

N6950 E3135

AKSEL0YA

LII

ATNOV BOLSHOI

AINOV

AINOV ISLS,

ZAPIIDNAYA

BOLSHOI,

AINOV I5LS,

VISHKA

BOLSHOI,

TSENTRALNAYA

NOVAYA

OTDELNIYE

AINOV BOLSHOI,

IIINOV BOLS HOI,

BOLSHCT,

AINOV BOLSHOI,

AGARDHFJELLET

N7805

E1430

E14" 9

ACTIVEKI\.11MEN SE

ACTIVEKAMPEN NW

AD VEN TDALEN

1':3015

ABELØYA

X

x

x

X

X

X

X

x

x

x

x

x

X

X

X

X

:l

1

x

X

X

2

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

NSOOl E5621

AASEFJELLET

x

Coordinates l!'UGLA MOBAS PHCAR PHAIU l!RLEU SRBER ANBIlA ANANS SOMOL SOSPE LAFUS LlIAlIG LARYP LAI!l\R LACAN LASAB RITRI PAEl!U STPAR ALALL ALTOR URAAL URLOH 1A

ISLAND,

HOOKER ISLAND,

N8024

N7933

HOHENLOHELJELLE1'

HOLHEVATNET,

BJØRNØYA

N7641

HILMARF.JELLET

HOEJ,!'JELLET

X

X X

X

X

E 217

EI901

HERWIGHAMNA

ISLET

HERMANSENØVA

HESTESKOHOLMRN

E1212

BJØRNØYA

Hi\UGENNESE'l'

N7940 EI046

H1\RALDKNAT'IEN

DANSKØYA

N8009 81923

HANSØYA

HARPUHODDEN,

N8019 E190]

HANS'l'EENFJELLET S

HANSTEEN,\JELLET N

HANSNESET

HAMILTONøYANE

N7730

N7947

N7948

N

HAHILTONBUKTA

NS8S3 E5530

HAl1ARHØ

HALVORSEN FJELLET

HAT.VMÅNEØYA

HALVDANPIGGEN

CAPE FRANKFURT

ISLAND,

HALL

N

HALL

HALENUTEN

HAKLUYTODDEN,

HAKLUYTODDEN,

GASØYANE

GULYlIEVSKAYA KOSHKA

E1138

E1512

N7852 81216

GULLIKSENFJELLET

N7948

GUISSEZHOL .ANE

GRøNLIETOrl'EN E

N"17] 7

NE-HANNEV WODDEN

GRÅHOLI'

GRÅHUKSKJÆRA

81509

GRUMANT

N78lJ

N'I815 81511

NE

(NE

GRUMANT

3

X

N78J O E1S09

N7803 E1346

F.

GRUNANT

GRIMFJELT,ET

GRIEG11KSLA

l

1

X

X

2

BAY-TOPORIKOV(SHESTAKOVA) ISLANN7302 E5312

X

GRIBQVAYA

X

X

X

)(

B,W-PESTSOVYl (VESELOVO) ISLAND N7303 E5311

X

X

GRIBQVAYA

E53JO

E5307

GRIBQVAYA BAY-KRESTOVATIK ISLAND

BAY-GOLETS ISLAND

E5312

E6522

GRTROVAYA

N8101

N6934 E32;1

GRIBOVAYA BAY

GREVEFJELLET!SVARTPTGGEN

TUSEVICIl

KHOLMISTYl

I'

GRAHAM BELL ISI,AND,

GRAHAM BELL ISLAND,

GRAHAM BEL L ISLAND,

GORODETSKIl

GORILLAHEIMEN

N8020 E2430

N8013 E1949

(CONWANTOPPEN)

GLENHl\LV0YA

GOOSBUKTA

GIPSRUKEN

E1753

X

X

X

X

X

2

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

N7859 E1217

GEREN

Coordinat... FUGLA MOBAS I?I!CAR I?I!l\RI BRLEU BRBER ANl!RA ANANS SOMOL SOSI?E LAFUS J..I\.Al\G Ll\HYI? IJ\Ml\R LACAN LASAI! RITRI PAEBU STPAR ALAI.L ALTOR ORAAL URLQM CEGRY FRARC

Colony name

GERDØYA

2

2

1

Speeies

JUTULSETET

MUEN

WEISSENFELS,

(ISLETS)

NTl49 E2122

E2703

NB03"

N8105

N763'l

X

N7223

X

X

X

X

X

2

x

X

N·'224

NBl3l

N8I33

N8025 ;;2230

N7835 E1SIO

N7843

N7820 EI528

KAPP WR,lDE

SVENSK0YA

N7848 EIO:JO

KARL XII-ØYA

KAPP WI,JK

KAPP

KAPP THOR OSEN

KAPP

KAPP SlETOE

N7431

N7901 E:'U2C

KAPP

E·l

N80n

N8027 82249

KAPP

KAPP

KAPP

N8029 E22S2

VERNODDEN

DANSK0YA

X

X

X

l

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

2

X

x

x

Coordina te. FUGLA MOBAS PHCAR PlIARI BRLEtJ BRBER ANBAA AlIl\NS SOMOL SOSPE LAFUS LAARG LAllYP LAMAR LACAII LASAB RI'l'RI PAEBU STPAR ALALL ALTOR t1Rl\AL URLOM CEGRY FRARC

KAPP

KAPP FANSHAWB

KAPITOL

CAPE

NORVEGIlI.

lILL

(I SLETS J

KONGS0YA

(INLAND)

JOLIBUKTA (SEA)

JULIBUKTA

JCHNSENBERGE?,

CAPE

NEAR CAPE LILJE

ISBJ'0RNHAr':lNA- HYTTEVIKA

INNVIKIIØGDA

INGCnORGf'c)E::,LLET

INDRE:.: NORSK0YA

INDRE NORSKØYA N

IDUNF,)ET:(,ET

HøYSTAKKEN

Colony name

HAøYA

N

0'1

4

Speeies

N -.I

PARTS

N8107 85830

X

X

DANSK0VA

X

X

HA}\KONS

(WEST)

ElRUHNSØYA

KONKINA RIVER

KONGSHAMARBN

KONGSFJORDNE8ET

KONGSFJORDEN

SANeT.

ARENDTSØYA

KONGRESSFJEi,LET

ÆKONGEN

KONG LUDVIGøYANE,

KONG LUDVIGØYANE,

KONG LUDVIGØYANE,

RUSSEHOLt-".:ANE M

RfJSSEHOI,MANE W

KONG LUDVrGøVANE,

KONG LUDVIGøYANE,

(SOUTH)

RUSSEHOLI'.ANE E

KONG LfJDVIGøYANE,

KONG HAAKONS HALVØY

KONG

KONG

KOLLERFJORDEN

KOLLERFJELLET SE

KOLLERFJELLET NW

N"!834

N7716 E2139

Ni/17

X

N7748

2

X

X

2

N7748

1

KOLFJRLLET E

KOLHA.'lARI:: N

CAPE GUYS

KOLFJELLET W

KOETTLITZ

X

81048

N7942

X

N8028 E5328

KOBBE FJORDEN S,

E1850

N"/430

l

KOBBEBUKTA

X

X

KNOTTNTPA,

N6739 84400

X

x

X

x

x

X

X

3

X

X

X

x

X

X

X

X

X

X

KNORTEN

KNOFFBERGET

KNIVSODDEN

KLOVNINGEN

KLOTEN

NE

8VENSKØYA

KJØLEN 5,

KLAC1::NE'URT

SVENSK0YA

KJ0L8N Nf

KIÆRSSTRANDA/KIÆRSFJELLET

18L

N6954 E3152

K1YA RIVER

MALII

N6918 E4900

E

F 81)

N6853 Eo O

CAPE

ISLAND,

RIVER

N

BP.2ARNYI ISLAND

(VAN MIJENFJORDEN)

S

MEINICKE0YANE ,

b:2254

N79J7 EIOSO

2

N7938 E1054

Wi4?5 E5545

NB025 E5419

N-SUL 'MENEVA BAY

NANSEN ISr.JI...ND,

NEGERPYNTEN

NELSON0YA

X

x

N7852

NOBILEFJELLET

X

3

NISSENFJELl.A

X

X

NIELSENFJELLET W

x

X

x

2

NILS F JELLET -

NEWTON ISLAND

NEWCOMB I S LAND

STREAM

N8028 E5426

N7936 E1330

MAKEØYANE

NANSEN ISLAND,

N7431 E1910

MAKE STAUREN

ClI.PE TAYLOR

N'/83J E2105

NH? 9 EI054

N7939 E1413

MUSHAMNA

MUNTHEFcTELLA

MAKEBERGET

N7203 E5133

MOUTH OF TALBEI-YAHA RIVER

E1600

N7136 E5136

MOUTH OF SAUCHIKHA RIVER

MOS SELBllKTA

MOS EØYA

SVENSKØYA

X

MOHNH0GDA,

MOPPEN

x

MI SERYF JELLET

HITYUSHEV ISLAND

E12Dl

N780B E2842

E1449

N7739 E1449

l

MITYUSHIKHA BAY,

MIKHAILOVA I SLANDS

MTETHEHOLMEN

MIDTNESET, KONGS0YA

MIDTERHUKEN SW

MIDTERHlJKEN NW

El555

NG837 E3752

MESTEINANE

MIDTBREEN

N6836 E3754

MERTVYACHYA GUBA BAY

N7710 E2255

MERTVETSKII ISL

N7709 82250

TEI ST EN

MENKE0YANE,

N7709 E2243

GASSEN

HAVELLA

MENKEØYANE,

E2?57

MENKEØYANE,

BLÅMAKEN

X

X

ANDSTEGGEN

MENKE0YANE,

X

MENKE0YANE,

X

x

X

X

X

3

X

CAPE SflADROVSKY

X

3

X

X

X

X

X

X

x X

MEJDOSHARSKY ISLAND,

S

X

x

X

x

X

CAPE LEBEDINYI

X

X

MEJDUSIlARSKY ISLAND,

MEJOUSHARSKY ISLAND -

STORE

VESLE

MEINICKE0YAHE,

t-".t.Ay ISLAND

X

X

X

X

X

MATOCHKIN SHAR STREAM

S 0LVBERGET

El·130

E.:1245

N7820 El?45

F,]}44

N7741 F,1448

H7022 ES835

N7027 ES843

N7225 ES244

x

X

X

Coordinat"s FtlGLA KlBAS PHCAR PHARI BRLEU BlUIER ANBRA ANANS SQMOL SOSPE LAFUS LAARG LAl!YP LAMAR LACAN LASAB RITRI PAEBU STPAR ALALL ALTOR l1RAAL ORLON CEGRY!'RARC

MASHIGTNA BAY

MARTENSØYA,

!'.ARTENSØYA N

ARINOVA

t'ARINEIlOLMENE-SOUTH

MARINEHOLMENE, NORTHERNMOST-ISLANDS (2)

MARINEHOLMENE,MIDLE-PART

MARIAHOLMEN

MANNSFELDKAMMEN

MALYI VORONOV ISLAND

ISLAND

NDRTHERN CDAST

!'AL Y I OLENII

MALYl KARMAKUL' SKY BAY,

tAALYI KAR!'AKUL' SKY BAY,

ALY B O LVAN SK1Y NO S CAPE

ALAYA

MAKAROVBREEN

MAINLAND NEAR DVOROVAYA BAY

(2)

O.PE DILLON

MAINLAND NEAR DVOROVAYA BAY

Colony name

6

Sp"ci".

v.l O

ISLAND

Colony name

CAFE

ISLAND,

L

GRI;N F,JFT,T,'P,'T' N

EASTERN

GRANFJELLET NE

TRYGVE GRAN FJELLET SE

RAUDBERGET

RANDBERGET

RAKKERDALEN

RAGOZINA

N

RAFENODDEN-RAKSODDF:N

PURCHASNESØYA

PUKHOVYJ

PUKHOVAYA

IISLETS)

PUKHOVAYA BAY-CAPE JURAVLEVA

PUKHOVAYA

PHIPPSØYA,

TROLLNYKJEN

S,JØHAl'lAREN

PHIPPS0YA,

PHIPPS0YAf

H0GRF:RGET

PHIPPS0YA,

HYTTF:BERGET

GRAN l TTBERGET

LAKE,

LAKE,

PALFYODDEN-GASHAl'1NA

N8043 E2055

EI229

NW

OSSIAN SARS l:'JELLE':L

PALANDERDALEN

E1416

E6742

OLSHOLMEN

N7909 Ell53

c1358

E1439

E OO6

25129

E1550

E2937

E.3B30

X

Coordina te. FUGLA MOBAS PI!CAR PIlARI

NfiS22

ORANSK ISLANDS

HANSEN-KAMMEN

ODDHOLM.ANI:::

CAPE

KONGS0YA

ISLAND,

NORDAUS'1'PYN'IEN,

X

X

X

X

"

X

X

l

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

2

2

2

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

BI1LEU BRBER ANBRA ANANS SOMOL SOSPE LAFUS LAARG LARYP LlIMAR :r.AC:AN LASAB I\I'l'lU PAEBU S'l'PAR ALALL AL'l'OI\ UBAAL OI\LOM CEGI\Y Fl\Al\C

2

I

2

Spec:ies

W

N7853 E2807

RETZIUSFJELLET,

CAPE BROROK

RODOLPH ISLAND,

N8149 E5800

N8148 E5754

N7142 E5233

N7948 E2040

N7701 E1523

N6829 E3806

N7854 E2905

N7717 E2120

N7717 E2118

RODOLPH ISLAND, CAPE GERMANIA

RODOLPH ISLAND, CAPE SAULENISTOLBOVOI)

ROGACHEVA BAY

ROSENFJELLA

ROTJESFJELLET

RUCH' I BAY

RUNDISEN NW

RUSSEHOLMANE, EASTERN ISLAND

RUSSEHOLMANE,

& MCCLINTOCK

N7426 E1859

N7452 E5615

N8102 E5430

RØYEVATNET, BJØRNØYA

SADOVSKY BAY

SALISBERY ISL., NORTH OF FISHERI CAPE

N7814 E1150

SALPYNTEN

N7659 E2212

N7700 E2215

N7700 E2211

SCHAREHOLMANE, HAVMERRA

SCHAREHOLMANE,

N6844 E3732

N6842 E3744

BOLSHOI

MALII

SEVEN ISLS, KUVSHIN

SEVEN ISLS, LITSKIl

SEVEN ISLS, LITSKIL

N6847 E3725

ZELENETS BOLSHOI

ZELENETS MALII

SEVEN ISLS,

SEVEN ISLS,

N6907 E3610

N6906 E3612

SHEL'PINSKAJA PAKHTA CAPE

SHELPINSKAYA BAY

N7832 E1605

N7832 E1557

SKANSEBUKTA N

SKANSEBUKTA W

N7733 E1817

N7851 E2755

N6856 E3650

SJUKOVSKIFJELLA,

SJØGRENFJELLET, KONGSØYA

N6750 E4410

SHOINA

SHUBINSKIE ISLS

KVALHOVDEN

N7439 E5547

SHANTSA BAY

N6847 E3727

N6846 E3730

SEVEN ISLS, VESHNYAK

N6842 E3746

N6849 E3720

SELEZNEVA BAY

SEVEN ISLS, KHARLOV

N7047 E5358

SELEZNEVA BAY - N

N7046 E5354

N7936 E1941

SELANDERNESET N

N6826 E5140

N8019 E5232

SCOTT-KELTIE ISLAND

SENGEISKIY STRAIT

N7722 E1736

- S

N7426 E1916

SCHIVEBUKTA

SCHETELIGFJELLET

SCHØNROCKFJELLET

N7855 E1145

N6811 E3907

SCHAREHOLMANE, BLOKKØYA

KVALBEINØYA

N7829 E1521

SAURIEDALEN

SAVIKHA BAY

SANIN ISLAND

N6822 E5339

N8049 E5734

IISLETS)

N8106 E5444

SALISBURY ISLAND, ROODS STREAM

- ALTKENODDEN

N8101 E5426

N8051 E5548

SALISBURY ISLAND, CAPE MCCLINTOCK

KOVALGY CAPE

SALISBURY ISLAND, CAPE FISHER

SALISBURY ISL"

N8103 E5435

N7726 E1735

RØRENBUKTA

SALISBURI,BETWEEN FISHERI

N7946 El112

N7747 E2508

N6855 E3650

RYNDA

R6HSSBERGET

IS ISLAND)

RYKE YSEØYANE

N6858 E5408

N7749 E2503

INW ISLAND)

RYKE YSEØYANE

ZAVOROT

N7613 E6235

RUSSKAYA GAVAN'

RUSSKIY

N7716 E2123

RUSSEHOLMANE , ÆKONGEN

BAY-BOGATYI ISLAND

N7717 E2117

RUSSEHOLMANE, WESTERN ISLAND

MIDDLE ISLAND

N8149 E5800

RODOLPH ISLAND, CAPE GERMANIA

N8142 E5806

N8144 E5756

CAPE AUK

N7924 E1353

RISEN

RODOLPH ISLAND,

N7958 E2230

N7953 E1129

RIJPFJORDEN, BOTTOM

RISEFJELLA

KONGS0YA

N7946 E1050

x

X

X

X

X

x

X

X

X

X

X

X

1

X

X

X

X

x

X

X

2

X

X

2

X

3

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

x

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

x

x

X

X

x

X

x

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

2

X

X

X

X

x

X

X

X

Coordinates FUGLA MORAS PHCAR PHARI BRLEU BRBER ANBRA ANANS SOMOL SOSPE LAFUS LAARG LAHYP LAMAR LACAN LASAB RITRI PAEBU STPAR ALALL ALTOR URAAL ORLOM CEGRY FRARC

N6911 E3555

RETZIUSBREEN

Colony name

REMJAGINSKIL CAPE

6

5

10

12

2

Speeies

X

,,_q

___

.,

_



X

N7852 E.:L

STEENFJELLET

N7734 E1501

N8ll1 E5B1B

STERNECKØYA

STOLICHKY

N7746

N7S13 E2105

SUNDNESET

El140

N7652 E1529

_

' __ K___ ___

X

X

N7939 EI052

N7630 E1633

S0RKAPP0YA

TOKROSS0YA

S0RKAPP,

SØRKAPP,

N8006 E19ll

TEMPELET

TEODOLITTKOLLEN

N7659 E2156

LANGARA

LURØYA

TIHOLMANE,

TIHOLMANE,

.

____ __

N7700 E2155

..

___

X

2

N7700 E2159

N7659 E2158

...,..... . ""', .. __ .

.____ •____._ . __ =__ __

HORNØYA

KALV0YA

TIHOLMANE,

TIHOLM..i\NE,

.

N8002 E2210

TIHOLMANE,

N7701 E2152

N6917 E3512

THANK GOD BAY

BOMMEN

TERIBERSKII CAPE

N6912 E3506

N6912 E3506

N7B24 E163B

TELTVIKA

(WEST PART)

N7429 E1846

TAVLEØYA

(EAST PART)

N8045 E2026

TAGGODDEN

TERIBERSKAJA BAY

N7430 E1850

TAGGEN

TERIBERSKAJA BAY

N7B59 E120B

N7430 E1850

SøRVAGEN

N7633 E1618

N7632 E1624

S0RKAPP,

STJERN0YA

DANSKØYA

N7945 :::1045

X

SYSTERTOPPANE

S0RGATTET,

E1600

SVYATOI NOS CAPE

S0RE SALATBERGET

X

4

N6809 E3945

N7855 E1755

SVERDRUP FJELLET

N7930

N7943 Ell12

SVARTKNAUSAN2

S0RBREEN

N7847 EI032

N80ll E1919

N7925 E2144

S'JARTAKSTOPPEN

X

X

X

X

S!JTOI