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Si, Y., Q. Xin, H. H. T. Prins, W. F. de Boer, and P. Gong. 2015. Improving the quantification of waterfowl migration with remote sensing and bird tracking. Science Bulletin 60:1984–1993.
Guillemain, M., F. Cavallo, G. Massez, T. George, J.-P. Baudet, P. Gonzalez, V. Ducasse, E. Caillot, B. Lecaplain, L. Tison, N. Piffeteau, J.-P. Artel, and J. Champagnon. 2015. Ringing does not appear to have an adverse effect on body mass immediately following capture in Eurasian Teal Anas crecca. Wildfowl 65:64–74.
Aagaard, K., S. M. Crimmins, W. E. Thogmartin, B. G. Tavernia, and J. E. Lyons. 2015. Evaluating predictors of local dabbling duck abundance during migration: managing the spectrum of conditions faced by migrants. Wildfowl 65:100–120.
Weegman, M. D., A. D. Fox, S. Bearhop, G. M. Hilton, A. J. Walsh, I. R. Cleasby, and D. J. Hodgson. 2015. No evidence for sex bias in winter inter-site movements in an Arctic-nesting Goose population. Ibis 157:401–405.
Meissner, W., P. Rowi?ski, M. Polakowski, P. Wilniewczyc, and D. Marchowski. 2015. Impact of temperature on the number of Mallards, Anas platyrhynchos, wintering in cities. North-Western Journal of Zoology 11:213-218.
Chudzinska, M. E., F. M. van Beest, J. Madsen, and J. Nabe-Nielsen. 2015. Using habitat selection theories to predict the spatiotemporal distribution of migratory birds during stopover – a case study of Pink-footed Geese Anser brachyrhynchus. Oikos 124:851–860.
Sequeira Trovao, N., M. A. Suchard, G. Baele, M. Gilbert, and P. Lemey. 2015. Bayesian Inference Reveals Host-Specific Contributions to the Epidemic Expansion of Influenza A H5N1. Molecular Biology and Evolution 32:3264–3275.
Verhagen, J. H., H. P. van der Jeugd, B. A. Nolet, R. Slaterus, S. P. Kharitonov, P. P. de Vries, O. Vuong, F. Majoor, T. Kuiken, and R. A. M. Fouchier. 2015. Wild bird surveillance around outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza A (H5N8) virus in the Netherlands, 2014, within the context of global flyways. Euro Surveillance 20:21-32.
Samuel, M. D., J. S. Hall, J. D. Brown, D. R. Goldberg, H. S. Ip, and V. V. Baranyuk. 2015. The dynamics of avian influenza in Lesser Snow Geese: implications for annual and migratory infection patterns. Ecological Applications 25:1851–1859.
Arnal, A., M. Vittecoq, J. Pearce-Duvet, M. Gauthier-Clerc, T. Boulinier, and E. Jourdain. 2015. Laridae: A neglected reservoir that could play a major role in avian influenza virus epidemiological dynamics. Critical Reviews in Microbiology 41:508-519.
Runge, C. A., J. E. M. Watson, S. H. M. Butchart, J. O. Hanson, H. P. Possingham, and R. A. Fuller. 2015. Protected areas and global conservation of migratory birds. Science 350:1255-1258.
Mudrik, E. A., T. A. Kashentseva, and D. V. Politov. 2015. Integration of Molecular Approaches in a Program for the Establishment of a Reserve Gene Pool of the Russian Endemic Siberian Crane (Grus leucogeranus Pallas). Biology Bulletin Reviews 5:548–554.
Nilsson, L., N. Bunnefeld, J. Persson, and J. Månsson. 2016. Large grazing birds and agriculture—predicting field use of Common Cranes and implications for crop damage prevention. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 219:163–170.
Kanai, Y., J. Minton, M. Nagendran, M. Ueta, B. Auyrsana, O. Goroshko, A. F. Kovshar, N. Mita, R. N. Suwal, K. Uzawa, V. Krever, and H. Higuchi. 2000. Migration of Demoiselle Cranes in Asia based on satellite tracking and fieldwork. Global Environment Research 4:143-153.
Williams, C. C., and L. Chawlab. 2015. Environmental identity formation in nonformal environmental education programs. Environmental Education Research:1-24.
Yang, Z., and T. Wang. 2015. Responses of estuarine circulation and salinity to the loss of intertidal flats – A modeling study. Continental Shelf Research 111:159–173.
Whelan, C., C. H. Sekercioglu, and D. G. Wenny. 2015. Why birds matter: from economic ornithology to ecosystem services. Journal of Ornithology 156:S227–S238.
Atkinson, P. W., S. Crooks, A. Grant, and M. M. Rehfisch. 2001. The success of creation and restoration schemes in producing intertidal habitat suitable for waterbirds. English Nature Research Reports, number 425, English Nature, Peterborough.
Song, Y.-I., and J. Glasson. 2010. A new paradigm for Environmental Assessment (EA) in Korea. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 30:90–99.
Reiter, M. E., M. A. Wolder, J. E. Isola, D. Jongsomjit, C. M. Hickey, M. Carpenter, and J. G. Silveira. 2015. Local and Landscape Habitat Associations of Shorebirds in Wetlands of the Sacramento Valley of California. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 6:29-43.
Iftekhar, M. S., and D. J. Pannell. 2015. “Biases” in Adaptive Natural Resource Management. Conservation Letters 8:388–396.
Klaassen, M., B. J. Hoye, B. A. Nolet, and W. A. Buttemer. 2012. Ecophysiology of avian migration in the face of current global hazards. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 367:1719–1732.
Betini, G. S., M. J. Fitzpatrick, and D. R. Norris. 2015. Experimental evidence for the effect of habitat loss on the dynamics of migratory networks. Ecology Letters 18:526–534.
Kishkinev, D. 2015. Sensory mechanisms of long-distance navigation in birds: a recent advance in the context of previous studies. Journal of Ornithology 156:S145–S161.
Minton, C. D. T. 2015. The value of annual volunteer input to the operations of the Victorian Wader Study Group. Stilt 67:19-21.
Dai, Y., Q. Lin, W. Fang, X. Zhou, and X. Chen. 2015. Noninvasive and nondestructive sampling for avian microsatellite genotyping: a case study on the vulnerable Chinese Egret (Egretta eulophotes). Avian Research 6:24.
Wallace, P. 2015. The Reduced Effect of International Conservation Agreements: A New Zealand Case Study. Journal of Environmental Law 27:489–516.
Chandra, A., and A. Idrisova. 2011. Convention on Biological Diversity: a review of national challenges and opportunities for implementation. Biodiversity and Conservation 20:3295–3316.
Degteva, S. V., V. I. Ponomarev, S. W. Eisenman, and V. Dushenkov. 2015. Striking the balance: Challenges and perspectives for the protected areas network in northeastern European Russia. Ambio 44:473–490.
Pakanen, V.-M., N. Rönkä, R. L. Thomson, and K. Koivula. 2015. No strong effects of leg-flagged geolocators on return rates or reproduction of a small long-distance migratory shorebird. Ornis Fennica 92:101–111.
Putra, C. A., D. Hikmatullah, D. M. Prawiradilaga, and J. B. C. Harris. 2015. Surveys at Bagan Percut, Sumatra, reveal its international importance to migratory shorebirds and breeding herons. Kukila 18:46-59.
Novcic, I., D. S. Mizrahi, R. R. Veit, and W. O. C. Symondson. 2015. Molecular analysis of the value of Horseshoe Crab eggs to migrating shorebirds. Avian Biology Research 8:210–220.
Riegen, A. C., G. Vaughan, and K. G. Rogers. 2014. Yalu Jiang Estuary Shorebird Survey Report 1999 – 2010., Yalu Jiang Estuary Wetland National Nature Reserve, China and Miranda Naturalists’ Trust, New Zealand.
Bart, J., V. Johnston, P. A. Smith, and J. Rausch. 2012. Arctic Shorebirds in North America: A Decade of Monitoring. University of California Press, Berkeley.
Murray, N. J., and R. A. Fuller. 2015. Protecting stopover habitat for migratory shorebirds in East Asia. Journal of Ornithology 156:217-225.
Uden, D. R., C. R. Allen, A. A. Bishop, R. Grosse, C. F. Jorgensen, T. G. Lagrange, R. G. Stutheit, and M. P. Vrtiska. 2015. Predictions of future ephemeral springtime waterbird stopover habitat availability under global change. Ecosphere 6:Article 215. 211-226.
Prop, J., J. Aars, B.-J. Bårdsen, S. A. Hanssen, C. Bech, S. Bourgeon, J. de Fouw, G. W. Gabrielsen, J. Lang, E. Noreen, T. Oudman, B. Sittler, L. Stempniewicz, I. M. Tombre, E. Wolters, and B. Moe. 2015. Climate change and the increasing impact of polar bears on bird populations. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3:1-12.
Mondain-Monval, J.-Y., P. Defos du Rau, M. Guillemain, and A. Olivier. 2015. Switch to non-toxic shot in the Camargue, France: effect on waterbird contamination and hunter effectiveness. European Journal of Wildlife Research 61:271–283.
Jiang, K., M. Wu, X. Shao, and Y. Lü. 2013. Diversity of bird communities in southern Hangzhou Bay and the Qiantang River estuary and their responses to reclamation of intertidal mudflats. Biodiversity Science 21:214-223. (in Chinese with English abstract)
Zou, Y.-A., C.-D. Tang, J.-Y. Niu, T.-H. Wang, Y.-H. Xie, and H. Guo. 2016. Migratory Waterbirds Response to Coastal Habitat Changes: Conservation Implications from Long-term Detection in the Chongming Dongtan Wetlands, China. Estuaries and Coasts 39:273–286.
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