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Christensen-Dalsgaard S, Anker-Nilssen T, Crawford R, Bond A, Sigurðsson GM, Glemarec G, Hansen ES, Kadin M, Kindt-Larsen L, Mallory M, Merkel FR, Petersen A, Provencher J, Bærum KM (2019). What’s the catch with lumpsuckers? A North Atlantic study of seabird bycatch in lumpsucker gillnet fisheries. Biological Conservation 240: 108278. doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.108278

Frederiksen M, Linnebjerg JF, Merkel FR, Wilhelm SI, Robertson GJ (2019). Quantifying the relative impact of hunting and oiling on Brunnich's guillemots in the North-west Atlantic. Polar Research 38: doi: ARTN 3378 10.33265/polar.v38.3378.

Anderson CM, Iverson SA, Black A, Mallory ML, Hedd A, Merkel F, Provencher JF (2018). Modelling demographic impacts of a growing Arctic fishery on a seabird population in Canada and Greenland. Marine Environmental Research 142: 80-90. doi: 10.1016/j.marenvres.2018.09.021.

Mallory M, Gilchrist HG, Janssen M, Major HL, Merkel FR, Provencher JF, Strøm H (2018). Financial costs of conducting science in the Arctic: examples from seabird research. Arctic Science 4: 624-633. doi: 10.1139/as-2017-0019.

Rigét F, Mosbech A, Boertmann D, Wegeberg S, Merkel F, Aastrup P, Christensen T, Ugarte F, Hedeholm R, Fritt-Rasmussen J (2018) The Seas Around Greenland: An Environmental Status and Future Perspective

Descamps S, Anker-Nilssen T, Barrett RT, Irons DB, Merkel F, Robertson GJ, Yoccoz NG, Mallory ML, Montevecchi WA, Boertmann D, Artukhin Y, Christensen-Dalsgaard S, Erikstad KE, Gilchrist HG, Labansen AL, Lorentsen SH, Mosbech A, Olsen B, Petersen A, Rail JF, Renner HM, Strom H, Systad GH, Wilhelm SI, Zelenskaya L (2017) Circumpolar dynamics of a marine top-predator track ocean warming rates. Global Change Biology 23:3770-3780.

Elliott KH, Linnebjerg JF, Burke C, Gaston AJ, Mosbech A, Frederiksen M, Merkel F (2017). Variation in Growth Drives the Duration of Parental Care: A Test of Ydenberg's Model. Am Nat 189:526-538.

Steenweg RJ, Crossin GT, Kyser TK, Merkel FR, Gilchrist HG, Hennin HL, Robertson GJ, Provencher JF, Mills Flemming J, Love OP (2017). Stable isotopes can be used to infer the overwintering locations of prebreeding marine birds in the Canadian Arctic. Ecology and Evolution 7:8742-8752

Hartby CM, Krog JS, Merkel F, Holm E, Larsen LE, Hjulsager CK (2016) First Characterization of Avian Influenza Viruses from Greenland 2014. Avian Diseases 60(1 Suppl):302-310. Tilgængelig fra: 10.1637/11119-050515-RegR

Linnebjerg JF, Huffeldt NP, Falk K, Merkel FR, Mosbech A, Frederiksen M (2014) Inferring seabird activity budgets from leg-mounted time-depth recorders. Journal of Ornithology 155: 301-306

Provencher JF, Bond AL, Hedd A, Montevecchi WA, Bin Muzaffar S, Courchesne SJ, Gilchrist HG, Jamieson SE, Merkel FR, Falk K, Durinck J, Mallo-ry ML (2014) Prevalence of marine debris in marine birds from the North Atlantic. Marine Pollu-tion Bulletin 84: 411-417

Hüffeldt NP, Merkel FR (2013) Remote time-lapse photography as a monitoring tool for colonial breeding seabirds: A case study using thick-billed murres (Uria lomvia). Waterbirds 36: 330-341

Blicher ME, Rasmussen LM, Sejr M, Merkel FR, Rysgaard S (2011). Abundance and energy requirements of eiders (Somateria spp.) suggest high predation pressure on macrobenthic fauna in a key wintering habitat in SW Greenland. Polar Biology 34: 1105–1116

Merkel FM, Johansen KL (2011) Light-induced bird strikes on vessels in Southwest Greenland. Marine Pollution Bulletin 62 (2011) 2330–2336

Labansen AL, Merkel F, Boertmann D, and Nyeland J (2010) Status of the black-legged kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla) breeding population in Greenland, 2008. Polar Research 29:391-403

Merkel FR (2010) Evidence of recent population recovery in common eiders breeding in western Greenland. Journal of Wildlife Management 74: 1869-1874

Merkel, F., Jamieson, S.E., Falk, K. & Mosbech, A. 2007: The diet of Common Eiders wintering in Nuuk, Southwest Greenland. - Polar Biology 30(2): 227-234.

Merkel, F., Mosbech, A., Jamieson, S.E. & Falk & K. 2007: The diet of king eiders wintering in Nuuk, Southwest Greenland, with reference to sympatric wintering common eiders. - Polar Biology 30(12): 1593-1597.

Boertmann, D., Mosbech, A. and Merkel, F. R. 2006. The importance of Southwest Greenland for wintering seabirds. British Birds 99: 282-298.

Falk, K., Merkel, F. R., Kampp, K. and Jamieson, S. E. 2006. Embedded lead shot and infliction rates in Common Eiders (Somateria mollissima) and King Eiders (S. spectabilis) wintering in Southwest Greenland. Wildlife Biology 12: 257-265.

Jamieson, S. E., Gilchrist, H. G., Merkel, F. R., Falk, K. and Diamond, A. W. 2006. An evaluation of methods used to estimate carcass composition of common eiders. Wildlife Biology 12: 219-226.

Merkel, F. R., Falk, K. and Jamieson, S. E. 2006. Effect of embedded lead shot on body condition of Common Eiders. Journal of Wildlife Management 70(6): 1644-1649.

Merkel, F. R., Mosbech, A., Sonne, C. and Flagstad, A. 2006. Local movements, home ranges and body condition of Common Eiders Somateria mollissima wintering in Southwest Greenland. Ardea 94(3): 639-650.

Mosbech, A., Danø, R.S., Merkel, F., Sonne, C., Gilchrist, G. and Flagstad, A. 2006. Use of satellite telemetry to locate key habitats for King Eiders Somateria spectabilis in West Greenland. Waterbirds around the world. Eds. G.C. Boere, C.A. Galbraith and D.A. Stroud. The Stationery Office, Edinburgh, UK. pp. 769-776.

Mosbech, A., Gilchrist, H. G, Merkel, F. R., Sonne, C., and Flagstad, A. 2006. Yearround movements of Northerns Common Eiders Somateria mollissima borealis breeding in Arctic Canada and West Greenland followed by satellite telemetry. Ardea 94 (3): 651-665.

Mehl, K.R., R.T. Alisauskas, K.A. Hobson & F.R.Merkel, 2005. Linking breeding and wintering grounds of King Eiders:Making use of polar isotopic gradients. J.Wildl.Manage, 69(3):1297-1304.

Boertmann,D., P. Lyngs, F. R.Merkel & A. Mosbech, 2004. The significance of SW Greenland as winter quarters for seabirds. Bird Conservation International 14:87-112.

Merkel, F. R., 2004. Impact of hunting and gillnet fishery on wintering eiders in Nuuk, Southwest Greenland.Waterbirds 27(4):469-479.

Merkel, F.R., 2004. Evidence of population decline in common eiders breeding in Western Greenland. Arctic 57(1):27-36.

Merkel, F.R., A. Mosbech, D.M. Boertmann & L. Grøndahl, 2002. Winter seabird distribution and abundance off southwest Greenland, 1999. Polar Research: 21(1): 16-36.