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Publications

Mollusc aquaculture homogenizes intertidal soft-sediment communities along the 18,400 km long coastline of China

Struggles ashore: Migration ecology of threatened shorebirds in the East Asian−Australasian Flyway

When a typical jumper skips: Itineraries and staging habitats used by Red Knots (Calidris canutus piersmai) migrating between northwest Australia and the New Siberian Islands

Building for nature: Preserving threatened bird habitat in port design

Ecological impact of land reclamation on Jiangsu coast (China): A novel ecotope assessment for Tongzhou Bay

Conserving unprotected important coastal habitats in the Yellow Sea: Shorebird occurrence, distribution and food resources at Lianyungang

Filling knowledge gaps in a threatened shorebird flyway through satellite tracking

Morphological and digestive adjustments buffer performance: How staging shorebirds cope with severe food declines

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

Loss of habitat leads to loss of birds: Reflections on the Jiangsu, China, coastal development plans

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Press/media

Aquaculture turns biodiversity into uniformity along the coast of China

Birds dealing with change - Mapping migration routes can lead to conservation areas

Migrating Great Knots top up at different ‘service stations’ than previously thought

In New York Times: Shorebirds, the World’s Greatest Travelers, Face Extinction

Krimpende Gele Zee nekt verschillende trekvogels

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