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  1. The Ndiael, a former floodplain on the brink of change from dry to wet?

    Bos, D., Davids, L., Wade, P. M., Sow, A., Gueye, Y. & Gaye, A., Mar-2018, In : Bird Conservation International. 28, 1, p. 27-37 11 p.

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  2. Frigatebirds on Aldabra Atoll: Population census, recommended monitoring protocol and sustainable tourism guidelines

    Šúr, M., Bunbury, N. & van de Crommenacker, J., 2013, In : Bird Conservation International. 23, 2, p. 214-220

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  3. Long-term monitoring of landbirds on Aldabra Atoll indicates increasing population trends

    van de Crommenacker, J., Richards, H., Onezia, C., Mahoune, T., Haupt, P., Accouche, W., Fleischer-Dogley, F. & Bunbury, N., 2015, In : Bird Conservation International. 26, p. 337-349

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  4. Alternative habitat: The importance of the Nanpu Saltpans for migratory waterbirds in the Chinese Yellow Sea

    Lei, W., Masero, J. A., Piersma, T., Zhu, B., Yang, H. Y. & Zhang, Z., Dec-2018, In : Bird Conservation International. 28, 4, p. 549-566

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  5. Persistent use of a shorebird staging site in the Yellow Sea despite severe declines in food resources implies a lack of alternatives

    Zhang, S-D., Ma, Z., Choi, C-Y., Peng, H-B., Bai, Q-Q., Liu, W-L., Tan, K., Melville, D. S., He, P., Chan, Y-C., Piersma, T. & van Gils, J. A., 2018, In : Bird Conservation International. 28, 4, p. 534-548 15 p.

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