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Park, S.-R., J. Yoon, and S.-K. Kim. 2011. Captive propagation, habitat restoration, and reintroduction of Oriental White Storks (Ciconia boyciana) extirpated in South Korea. Reintroduction 1:31-36.
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Zelenskaya, L. A. 2014. Feeding Ecology of the Slaty-backed Gull (Larus schistisagus) on Kuril’skoe Lake (Southern Kamchatka Peninsula). Biology Bulletin 41:773–787.
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Zelenskaya, L. A. 2013. Seabird colonies in the Tauysk Bay and on the Koni Peninsula (Sea of Okhotsk). ??????? ???? ??? ??? 3:87–100.
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Hobday, A. J., L. E. Chambers, and J. P. Y. Arnould. 2015. Prioritizing climate change adaptation options for iconic marine species. Biodiversity and Conservation 24:3449–3468.
Loktionov, E. Y., P. S. Tomkovich, and R. R. Porter. 2015. Study of incubation, chick rearing and breeding phenology of Red Knots Calidris canutus rogersi in sub-Arctic Far Eastern Russia aided by geolocators. Wader Study 122:142-152.
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Carlier, A., L. Chauvaud, M. van der Geest, F. Le Loc’h, M. Le Duff, M. Vernet, J. Raffray, D. Diakhate, P. Labrosse, A. Wague, C. Le Goff, F. Gohin, B. Chapron, and J. Clavier. 2015. Trophic connectivity between offshore upwelling and the inshore food web of Banc d’Arguin (Mauritania): New insights from isotopic analysis. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 165:149-158.
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