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Evaluating predictors of local dabbling duck abundance during migration: managing the spectrum of conditions faced by migrants

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2010-07-31
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2012-01-31

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South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), John Stanton(Principal Investigator), Evaluating predictors of local dabbling duck abundance during migration: managing the spectrum of conditions faced by migrants, http://iwmmprogram.org/

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The development of robust modelling techniques to derive inferences from large- scale migratory bird monitoring data at appropriate scales has direct relevance to their management. The Integrated Waterbird Management and Monitoring programme (IWMM) represents one of the few attempts to monitor migrating waterbirds across entire flyways using targeted local surveys. This dataset included 13,208,785 waterfowl (eight Anas species) counted during 28,000 surveys at nearly 1,000 locations across the eastern United States between autumn 2010 and spring 2013 and was used to evaluate potential predictors of waterfowl abundance at the wetland scale. Mixed-effects, log- linear models of local abundance were built for the Atlantic and Mississippi [...]

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  • LC MAP - Landscape Conservation Management and Analysis Portal
  • South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative

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