Wader Study Group Bulletin, 0260-3799

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  1. 2005
  2. Sensitivity analysis of a migratory population of redshanks Tringa totanus: a forewarning of a population decline?

    Ottvall, R. & Härdling, R., 2005, In : The Wader Study Group Bulletin. 107, p. 40-45

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  3. The foldable "Ottenby" walk-in trap: a handy and efficient wader trap for expedition conditions.

    Åke Lindström, Klassen, M. & Lanctot, R., 2005, In : The Wader Study Group Bulletin. 107, p. 50-53

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  4. 2004
  5. Waterbird phenology and opportunistic acceptance of a low quality staging site at Lake Baikal, eastern Siberia

    Anthes, N., Bergmann, H-H., Arne Hegemann, Jaquier, S., Kriegs, J-O., Pyzhjanov, S. & Schielzeth, H., 2004, In : The Wader Study Group Bulletin. 105, p. 75-83

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