Dr. Judit Szabo kindly sent us the list of Scientific Articles that are relevant to migratory waterbirds conservation in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway.
Kim, M. K., S.-i. Lee, and S. D. Lee. 2016. Habitat Use and its Implications for the Conservation of the Overwintering Populations of Bean Goose Anser fabalis and Greater White-Fronted Goose A. albifrons in South Korea. Ornithological Science 15:141-149.
Ottenburghs, J., P. van Hooft, S. E. van Wieren, R. C. Ydenberg, and H. H. T. Prins. 2016. Hybridization in geese: a review. Frontiers in Zoology 13:20.
Ottenburghs, J., H.-J. Megens, R. H. S. Kraus, O. Madsen, P. van Hooft, S. E. van Wieren, R. P. M. A. Crooijmans, R. C. Ydenberg, M. A. M. Groenen, and H. H. T. Prins. 2016. A tree of geese: A phylogenomic perspective on the evolutionary history of True Geese. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 101:303–313.
Cherkaoui, S. I., Magri, N. and Hanane, S. 2016. Factors predicting Ramsar site occupancy by threatened waterfowl: The case of the Marbled Teal Marmaronetta angustirostris and Ferruginous Duck Aythya nyroca in Morocco. Ardeola 63:295-309.
Xu, Y., P. Gong, B. Wielstra, and Y. Si. 2016. Southward autumn migration of waterfowl facilitates crosscontinental transmission of the highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 virus. Scientific Reports 6:30262.
Huang, S., H. Tian, X. Wu, S. Zhou, X. Li, T. Zhang, X. Zhao, Y. Wang, Y. Pei, and B. Xu. 2016. Risk analysis of H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza in poultry at the Poyang Lake area, China. Environmental Earth Sciences 75:955.
Bi, Y., H. Liu, C. Xiong, D. Liu, W. Shi, M. Li, S. Liu, J. Chen, G. Chen, Y. Li, G. Yang, Y. Lei, Y. Xiong, F. Lei, H. Wang, Q. Chen, J. Chen, and G. F. Gao. 2016. Novel avian influenza A (H5N6) viruses isolated in migratory waterfowl before the first human case reported in China, 2014. Scientific Reports 6:29888.
Su, S., G. Xing, J. Wang, Z. Li, J. Gu, L. Yan, J. Lei, S. Ji, B. Hu, G. C. Gray, Y. Yan, and J. Zhou. 2016. Characterization of H7N2 Avian Influenza Virus in Wild Birds and Pikas in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Area. Scientific Reports 6:30974.
Belkhiria, J., M. A. Alkhamis, and B. Martínez-López. 2016. Application of Species Distribution Modeling for Avian Influenza surveillance in the United States considering the North America Migratory Flyways. Scientific Reports 6:33161.
Mundava, J., A. Caron, M. De Garine-Wichatitsky, C. Abolnik, P. Mundy, and N. Gaidet. 2016. The role of breeding phenology and aggregation of waterfowl on avian influenza dynamics in southern Africa. Ibis 158:762–775.
Li, X., J. Yang, S. Huang, T. Zhang, J. Chang, and B. Xu. 2016. Environmental factors contributing to avian influenza risk in Poyang Lake region, China. Environmental Earth Sciences 75:1292.
Krauss, S., D. E. Stallknecht, R. D. Slemons, A. S. Bowman, R. L. Poulson, J. M. Nolting, J. P. Knowles, and R. G. Webster. 2016. The enigma of the apparent disappearance of Eurasian highly pathogenic H5 clade 188.8.131.52 influenza A viruses in North American waterfowl. PNAS 113:9033–9038.
Kim, Y.-I., S.-W. Kim, Y.-J. Si, H.-I. Kwon, S.-J. Park, E.-H. Kim, S. m. Kim, I.-W. Lee, M.-S. Song, and Y.-K. Choi. 2016. Genetic diversity and pathogenic potential of low pathogenic H7 avian influenza viruses isolated from wild migratory birds in Korea. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 45:268–284.
Hill, N. J., and J. A. Runstadler. 2016. A Bird’s Eye View of Influenza A Virus Transmission: Challenges with Characterizing Both Sides of a Co-Evolutionary Dynamic. Integrative and Comparative Biology 56:304-316.
Hoye, B. J., V. J. Munster, N. Huig, P. P. de Vries, K. Oosterbeek, W. Tijsen, M. Klaassen, R. A. M. Fouchier, and J. A. van Gils. 2016. Hampered Performance of Migratory Swans: Intra- and Inter-Seasonal Effects of Avian Influenza Virus. Integrative and Comparative Biology 56:317–329.
Wan, W., L. Zhou, and Y. Song. 2016. Shifts in foraging behavior of wintering Hooded Cranes (Grus monacha) in three different habitats at Shengjin Lake, China. Avian Research 7:13.
Viana, D. S., L. Santamaría, and J. Figuerola. 2016. Migratory Birds as Global Dispersal Vectors. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31:763-775.
Åkesson, S., and G. Bianco. 2016. Assessing vector navigation in long-distance migrating birds. Behavioral Ecology 27:865–875.
Vincze, O. 2016. Light enough to travel or wise enough to stay? Brain size evolution and migratory behavior in birds. Evolution 70:2123-2133.
Ismail, A., and F. Rahman. 2016. Current Status of the Milky Stork Re-introduction Programme in Malaysia and Its Challenges. Tropical Life Sciences Research 27:13-24.
Novcic, I. 2016. Niche dynamics of shorebirds in Delaware Bay: Foraging behavior, habitat choice and migration timing. Acta Oecologica 75:68-76.
Ortiz de Elgea, A., and J. Arizaga. 2016. Fuel load, fuel deposition rate and stopover duration of the Common Sandpiper Actitis hypoleucos during the autumn migration. Bird Study 63:262–267.
Tavera, E. A., D. B. Lank, and P. M. Gonzalez. 2016. Effects of migration distance on life history strategies of Western and Semipalmated sandpipers in Peru. Journal of Field Ornithology 87:293–308.
Oudman, T., A. I. Bijleveld, M. M. Kavelaars, A. Dekinga, J. Cluderay, T. Piersma, and J. A. van Gils. 2016. Diet preferences as the cause of individual differences rather than the consequence. Journal of Animal Ecology 85:1378–1388.
Nareff, G. E., S. H. Schweitzer, E. P. Wiggers, and W. E. Mills. 2016. Time-activity Budgets of Yellowlegs in Managed Tidal Impoundments and Adjacent Tidal Marshes. Journal of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 3:220–224.
Lyons, J. E., J. A. Collazo, and G. Herring. 2016. Testing assumptions for conservation of migratory shorebirds and coastal managed wetlands. Wetlands Ecol Manage 24:507–520.
Karagicheva, J., E. N. Rakhimberdiev, A. Dekinga, M. Brugge, A. Koolhaas, J. ten Horn, and T. Piersma. 2016. Seasonal Time Keeping in a Long-Distance Migrating Shorebird. Journal of Biological Rhythms 31:509–521.
Steiger, S. S., M. Valcu, K. Spoelstra, B. Helm, M. Wikelski, and B. Kempenaers. 2013. When the sun never sets: diverse activity rhythms under continuous daylight in free-living arctic-breeding birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280:20131016.
Collop, C., R. A. Stillman, A. Garbutt, M. G. Yates, E. Rispin, and T. Yates. 2016. Variability in the area, energy and time costs of wintering waders responding to disturbance. Ibis 158:711–725.
Saalfeld, D. T., A. C. Matz, B. J. McCaffery, O. W. Johnson, P. L. Bruner, and R. B. Lanctot. 2016. Inorganic and organic contaminants in Alaskan shorebird eggs. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 188:276.
Luo, J., Y. Ye, Z. Gao, W. Wang, and B. K. Hartup. 2016. Lead in the Red-Crowned Cranes (Grus japonensis) in Zhalong Wetland, Northeastern China: A Report. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 97:177–183.
Perkins, M., L. Ferguson, R. B. Lanctot, I. J. Stenhouse, S. Kendall, S. Brown, H. R. Gates, J. O. Hall, K. Regan, and D. C. Evers. 2016. Mercury exposure and risk in breeding and staging Alaskan shorebirds. The Condor 118:571–582.
Bernik, B. M., H. Li, and M. J. Blum. 2016. Genetic variation of Spartina alterniflora intentionally introduced to China. Biological Invasions 18:1485–1498.
Tsygankov, V. Y., M. D. Boyarova, and O. N. Lukyanova. 2016. Bioaccumulation of organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) in the northern fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis) from the Sea of Okhotsk. Marine Pollution Bulletin 110:82–85.
Troisi, G., S. Barton, and S. Bexton. 2016. Impacts of oil spills on seabirds: Unsustainable impacts of non-renewable energy. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 41:16549-16555.
Soares, L., G. Escudero, V. A. S. Penha, and R. E. Ricklefs. 2016. Low Prevalence of Haemosporidian Parasites in Shorebirds. Ardea 104:129-141.
Minias, P., R. W?odarczyk, and T. Janiszewski. 2016. Minor differentiation of foraging niche may have a major impact on the incidence of avian botulism in shorebirds. Basic and Applied Ecology 17:546–551.
Dierschke, V., R. W. Furness, and S. Garthe. 2016. Seabirds and offshore wind farms in European waters: Avoidance and attraction. Biological Conservation 202:59–68.
Garcia, C., R. A. Stillman, R. M. Forster, T. Silva, and J. Bremner. 2016. Nuclear power and coastal birds: Predicting the ecological consequences of warm-water outflows. Ecological Modelling 342:60–81.
Green, R. E., and D. J. Pain. 2016. Possible effects of ingested lead gunshot on populations of ducks wintering in the UK. Ibis 158:699–710.
Cherkaoui, S. I., N. Magri, and S. Hanane. 2016. Factors Predicting Ramsar Site Occupancy by Threatened Waterfowl: The Case of the Marbled Teal Marmaronetta angustirostris and Ferruginous Duck Aythya nyroca in Morocco. Ardeola 63:295-309.
Yang, P., X. Liu, and B. Xu. 2016. Spatiotemporal pattern of bird habitats in the Poyang Lake based on Landsat images. Environmental Earth Sciences 75:1230.
Xia, S., Y. Liua, Y. Wang , B. Chen, Y. Jia, G. Liu, X. Yu, and L. Wen. 2016. Wintering waterbirds in a large river floodplain: Hydrological connectivity is the key for reconciling development and conservation. Science of the Total Environment 573:645–660.
Hartman, C. A., J. T. Ackerman, and M. P. Herzog. 2016. Island Characteristics Within Wetlands Influence Waterbird Nest Success and Abundance. The Journal of Wildlife Management 80:1177–1188.
Hartman, C. A., J. T. Ackerman, J. Y. Takekawa, and M. P. Herzog. 2016. Waterbird Nest-Site Selection is Influenced by Neighboring Nests and Island Topography. The Journal of Wildlife Management 80:1267–1279.
Kingsford, R. T., A. Basset, and L. Jackson. 2016. Wetlands: conservation’s poor cousins. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 26:892-916.
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