Relevant Scientific Articles updated in April 2016

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Buhnerkempe, M. G., C. T. Webb, A. A. Merton, J. E. Buhnerkempe, G. H. Givens, R. S. Miller, and J. A. Hoeting. 2016. Identification of migratory bird flyways in North America using community detection on biological networks. Ecological Applications 26:740–751.

Steiof, K., J. Mooij, and P. Petermann. 2015. The “wild bird hypothesis” in the epidemiology of highly pathogenic avian influenza – recent situation and critical assessment of the position of the German Federal Research Institute for Animal Health (FLI) (state of June 2015). Vogelwelt 135:131-145.

Wei, Y.-R., X.-Y. Yang, Y.-G. Li, J. Wei, W.-G. Ma, Z.-G. Ren, H.-L. Guo, T.-C. Wang, X.-Y. Mi, G. Adili, S.-K. Miao, A. Shaha, Y.-W. Gao, J. Huang, and X.-Z. Xia. 2016. Serological survey of avian influenza virus infection in non-avian wildlife in Xinjiang, China. Archives of Virology 161:867–872.

Hu, J., and X. Liu. 2016. Endemicity of H9N2 and H5N1 avian influenza viruses in poultry in China poses a serious threat to poultry industry and public health. Frontiers in Agricultural Science and Engineering 3:11–24.

Di Marco, M., T. M. Brooks, A. Cuttelod, L. D. C. Fishpool, C. Rondinini, R. J. Smith, L. Bennun, S. H. M. Butchart, S. Ferrier, R. P. B. Foppen, L. N. Joppa, D. Juffe-Bignoli, A. T. Knight, J. F. Lamoreux, P. F. Langhammer, I. May, H. P. Possingham, P. Visconti, J. E. M. Watson, and S. Woodley. 2015. Quantifying the relative irreplaceability of important bird and biodiversity areas. Conservation Biology 30:392–402.

Dong, H. Y., G. Y. Lu, Z. X. Yao, and X. J. Yang. 2016. Winter diet and food selection of the Black-necked Crane Grus nigricollis in Dashanbao, Yunnan, China. PeerJ 4:e1968.

Greenland-Smith, S., J. Brazner, and K. Sherren. 2016. Farmer perceptions of wetlands and waterbodies: Using social metrics as an alternative to ecosystem service valuation. Ecological Economics 126:58–69.

Shimeta, J., L. Saint, E. R. Verspaandonk, D. Nugegoda, and S. Howe. 2016. Long-term ecological consequences of herbicide treatment to control the invasive grass, Spartina anglica, in an Australian saltmarsh. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 176:58-66.

Maftei, M., S. E. Davis, and M. L. Mallory. 2015. Assessing regional populations of ground-nesting marine birds in the Canadian High Arctic. Polar Research 34:25055.

Gill, R. E. J., T. L. Tibbitts, D. C. Douglas, C. M. Handel, D. M. Mulcahy, J. C. Gottschalck, N. Warnock, B. J. McCaffery, P. F. Battley, and T. Piersma. 2009. Extreme endurance flights by landbirds crossing the Pacific Ocean: ecological corridor rather than barrier? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 276:447–457.

Pérez-Vargas, A. D., M. Bernal, C. S. Delgadillo, E. F. González-Navarro, and M. F. Landaeta. 2016. Benthic food distribution as a predictor of the spatial distribution for shorebirds in a wetland of central Chile. Revista de Biología Marina y Oceanografía 51:147-159.

Philippe, A. S., D. Pinaud, M.-L. Cayatte, C. Goulevant, N. Lachaussee, P. Pineau, M. Karpytchev, and P. Bocher. 2016. Influence of environmental gradients on the distribution of benthic resources available for shorebirds on intertidal mudflats of Yves Bay, France. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 174:71-81.

Lyons, J. E., W. L. Kendall, J. A. Royle, S. J. Converse, B. A. Andres, and J. B. Buchanan. 2016. Population Size and Stopover Duration Estimation Using Mark–Resight Data and Bayesian Analysis of a Superpopulation Model. Biometrics 72:262–271.

Churchwell, R. T., S. J. Kendall, A. L. Blanchard, K. H. Dunton, and A. N. Powell. 2016. Natural Disturbance Shapes Benthic Intertidal Macroinvertebrate Communities of High Latitude River Deltas. Estuaries and Coasts 39:798–814.

Bijleveld, A. I., R. B. MacCurdy, Y.-C. Chan, E. Penning, R. M. Gabrielson, J. Cluderay, E. L. Spaulding, A. Dekinga, S. Holthuijsen, J. ten Horn, M. Brugge, J. A. van Gils, D. W. Winkler, and T. Piersma. 2016. Understanding spatial distributions: negative density-dependence in prey causes predators to trade-off prey quantity with quality. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283:20151557.

Lehikoinen, A., S. Fraixedas, D. Burgas, H. Eriksson, H. Henttonen, H. Laakkonen, P. Lehikoinen, J. Lehtomäki, J. Leppänen, S. Mäkeläinen, J. Niemimaa, M. Pihlajaniemi, J. Santaharju, and K. Välimäki. 2016. The impact of weather and the phase of the rodent cycle on breeding populations of waterbirds in Finnish Lapland. Ornis Fennica 93:31–46.

Watanuki, Y., A. Yamashita, M. Ishizuka, Y. Ikenaka, S. M. M. Nakayama, C. Ishii, T. Yamamoto, M. Ito, T. Kuwae, and P. N. Trathan. 2016. Feather mercury concentration in streaked shearwaters wintering in separate areas of southeast Asia. Marine Ecology Progress Series 546:263–269.

Tantipisanuh, N., G. A. Gale, and P. D. Round. 2016. Incidental impacts from major road construction on one of Asia’s most important wetlands: the Inner Gulf of Thailand. Pacific Conservation Biology 22:29–36.

Braune, B. M., A. J. Gaston, and M. L. Mallory. 2016. Temporal trends of mercury in eggs of five sympatrically breeding seabird species in the Canadian Arctic. Environmental Pollution 214:124-131.

La Sorte, F. A., W. M. Hochachka, A. Farnsworth, A. A. Dhondt, and D. Sheldon. 2016. The implications of mid-latitude climate extremes for North American migratory bird populations. Ecosphere 7:e01261.

Graff, B. J., J. A. Jenks, J. D. Stafford, K. C. Jensen, and T. W. Grovenburg. 2016. Assessing Spring Direct Mortality to Avifauna from Wind Energy Facilities in the Dakotas. The Journal of Wildlife Management 80:736–745.

Martínez-Abraín, A., J. Jiménez, J. A. Gómez, and D. Oro. 2016. Differential Waterbird Population Dynamics after Long-term Protection: The Influence of Diet and Habitat Type. Ardeola 63:5-27.

 

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