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Read, A. F., S. J. Baigent, C. Powers, L. B. Kgosana, L. Blackwell, L. P. Smith, D. A. Kennedy, S. W. Walkden-Brown, and V. K. Nair. 2015. Imperfect Vaccination Can Enhance the Transmission of Highly Virulent Pathogens. PLoS Biol 13:e1002198.

Hill, S. C., Y.-J. Lee, B.-M. Song, H.-M. Kang, E.-K. Lee, A. Hanna, M. Gilbert, I. H. Brown, and O. G. Pybus. 2015. Wild waterfowl migration and domestic duck density shape the epidemiology of highly pathogenic H5N8 influenza in the Republic of Korea. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 34:267–277.

Backer, J. A., H. J. W. van Roermund, E. A. J. Fischer, M. A. P. M. van Asseldonk, and R. H. M. Bergevoet. 2015. Controlling highly pathogenic avian influenza outbreaks: An epidemiological and economic model analysis. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 121:142–150.

Sims, L. D., J. Domenech, C. Benigno, S. Kahn, A. Kamata, J. Lubroth, V. Martin, and P. Roeder. 2005. Origin and evolution of highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza in Asia. Veterinary Record 157:159-164.

Shin, J.-H., C. Woo, S.-J. Wang, J. Jeong, I.-J. An, J.-K. Hwang, S.-D. Jo, S. D. Yu, K. Choi, H.-M. Chung, J.-H. Suh, and S.-H. Kim. 2015. Prevalence of avian influenza virus in wild birds before and after the HPAI H5N8 outbreak in 2014 in South Korea. Journal of Microbiology 53:475-480.

Kocer, Z. A., S. Krauss, M. Zanin, A. Danner, S. Gulati, J. C. Jones, K. Friedman, A. Graham, H. Forrest, J. Seiler, G. M. Air, and R. G. Webster. 2015. Possible basis for the emergence of H1N1 viruses with pandemic potential from avian hosts. Emerging Microbes and Infections 4:e40.

Jorgensen, J. G., and M. Bomberger Brown. 2015. Evaluating Recreationists’ Awareness and Attitudes Toward Piping Plovers (Charadrius melodus) at Lake McConaughy, Nebraska, USA. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 20:367-380.

Reynolds, C., N. A. F. Miranda, and G. S. Cumming. 2015. The role of waterbirds in the dispersal of aquatic alien and invasive species. Diversity and Distributions 21:744–754.

Okuyama, T. 2015. Valuing the recreational benefits of wetland biodiversity. International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation 7:330-345.

Nam, H.-K., Y.-S. Choi, S.-H. Choi, and J.-C. Yoo. 2015. Distribution of Waterbirds in Rice Fields and Their Use of Foraging Habitats. Waterbirds 38:173-183.

Walton, M. E. M., C. Vilas, J. P. Cañavate, E. Gonzalez-Ortegon, A. Prieto, S. A. van Bergeijk, A. J. Green, M. Librero, N. Mazuelos, and L. Le Vay. 2015. A model for the future: Ecosystem services provided by the aquaculture activities of Veta la Palma, Southern Spain. Aquaculture 448:382-390.

Walton, M. E. M., C. Vilas, C. Coccia, A. J. Green, J. P. Cañavate, A. Prieto, S. A. van Bergeijk, J. M. Medialdea, H. Kennedy, J. King, and L. Le Vay. 2015. The effect of water management on extensive aquaculture food webs in the reconstructed wetlands of the Doñana Natural Park, Southern Spain. Aquaculture 448:451–463.

Sheehan, M. R., and J. C. Ellison. 2015. Tidal marsh erosion and accretion trends following invasive species removal, Tamar Estuary, Tasmania. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 164:46-55.

Hu, Z.-J., Z.-M. Ge, Q. Ma, Z.-T. Zhang, C.-D. Tang, H.-B. Cao, T.-Y. Zhang, B. Li, and L.-Q. Zhang. 2015. Revegetation of a native species in a newly formed tidal marsh under varying hydrological conditions and planting densities in the Yangtze Estuary. Ecological Engineering 83:354–363.

Kerschbaumer, L., J. F. Köbbing, K. Ott, S. Zerbe, and N. Thevs. 2015. Development scenarios on Hetao irrigation area (China): a qualitative analysis from social, economic and ecological perspectives. Environ Earth Sci 73:815-834.

Navedo, J. G., G. Fernández, J. Fonseca, and M. C. Drever. 2015. A Potential Role of Shrimp Farms for the Conservation of Nearctic Shorebird Populations. Estuaries and Coasts 38:836–845.

van der Werf, J., J. Reinders, A. van Rooijen, H. Holzhauer, and T. Ysebaert. 2015. Evaluation of a tidal flat sediment nourishment as estuarine management measure. Ocean & Coastal Management 114:77-87.

Linnebjerg, J. F., A. Reuleaux, K. N. Mouritsen, and M. Frederiksen. 2015. Foraging Ecology of Three Sympatric Breeding Alcids in a Declining Colony in Southwest Greenland. Waterbirds 38:143-152.

Lovvorn, J. R., A. R. Rocha, S. C. Jewett, D. Dasher, S. Oppel, and A. N. Powell. 2015. Limits to benthic feeding by eiders in a vital Arctic migration corridor due to localized prey and changing sea ice. Progress in Oceanography 136:162–174.

Kuletz, K. J., M. C. Ferguson, B. Hurley, A. E. Gall, E. A. Labunski, and T. C. Morgan. 2015. Seasonal spatial patterns in seabird and marine mammal distribution in the eastern Chukchi and western Beaufort seas: Identifying biologically important pelagic areas. Progress in Oceanography 136:175–200.

Divoky, G. J., P. M. Lukacs, and M. L. Druckenmiller. 2015. Effects of recent decreases in arctic sea ice on an ice-associated marine bird. Progress in Oceanography 136:151–161.

Schmidt, A. E., K. E. Dybala, L. W. Botsford, J. M. Eadie, R. W. Bradley, and J. Jahncke. 2015. Shifting Effects of Ocean Conditions on Survival and Breeding Probability of a Long-Lived Seabird. PLoS ONE 10:e0132372.

Scarton, F., and M. Montanari. 2015. Use of artificial intertidal sites by birds in a Mediterranean lagoon and their importance for wintering and migrating waders. Journal of Coastal Conservation 19:321-334.

Rakhimberdiev, E. N., P. J. van den Hout, M. Brugge, B. Spaans, and T. Piersma. 2015. Seasonal mortality and sequential density dependence in a migratory bird. Journal of Avian Biology 46:332–341.

Lislevand, T., and S. Hahn. 2015. Skipping-type migration in a small Arctic wader, the Temminck ’s stint Calidris temminckii. Journal of Avian Biology 46:419–424.

Gutiérrez, J. S., A. Soriano?Redondo, A. Dekinga, A. Villegas, J. A. Masero, and T. Piersma. 2015. How salinity and temperature combine to affect physiological state and performance in red knots with contrasting non?breeding environments. Oecologia 178:1077–1091.

Aharon-Rotman, Y., M. Y. Soloviev, C. D. T. Minton, P. S. Tomkovich, C. Hassell, and M. Klaassen. 2015. Loss of periodicity in breeding success of waders links to changes in lemming cycles in Arctic ecosystems. Oikos 124:861–870.

Falkowska, L., and A. R. Reindl. 2015. Dietary exposure to, and internal organ transfer of, selected halogenated organic compounds in birds eating fish from the Southern Baltic. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A: Toxic/Hazardous Substances and Environmental Engineering 50:1029-1039.

Kenow, K. P., M. W. Meyer, R. Rossmann, B. R. Gray, and M. T. Arts. 2015. Influence of in ovo mercury exposure, lake acidity, and other factors on Common Loon egg and chick quality in Wisconsin. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 34:1870–1880.

Vidal, M., and J. Domínguez. 2015. Did the Prestige oil spill compromise bird reproductive performance? Evidences from long-term data on the Kentish Plover (Charadrius alexandrinus) in NW Iberian Peninsula. Biological Conservation 191:178–184.

Choi, C.-Y., C.-W. Kang, E.-M. Kim, S. Lee, K.-H. Moon, M.-R. Oh, T. Yamauchi, and Y.-M. Yun. 2014. Ticks collected from migratory birds, including a new record of Haemaphysalis formosensis, on Jeju Island, Korea. Exp Appl Acarol 62:557–566.

Provencher, J. F., A. Bond, and M. Mallory. 2015. Marine birds and plastic debris in Canada: a national synthesis, and a way forward. Environmental Reviews 23(1): 1-13.

Hansen, B. D., P. Menkhorst, P. Moloney, and R. H. Loyn. 2015. Long-term declines in multiple waterbird species in a tidal embayment, south-east Australia. Austral Ecology 40:515–527.

Bai, Q., J. Chen, Z. Chen, G. Dong, J. Dong, W. Dong, V. W. K. Fu, Y. Han, G. Lu, J. Li, Y. Liu, Z. Lin, D. Meng, J. Martinez, G. Ni, K. Shan, R. Sun, S. Tian, F. Wang, Z. Xu, Y.-t. Yu, J. Yang, Z. Yang, L. Zhang, M. Zhang, and X. Zeng. 2015. Identification of coastal wetlands of international importance for waterbirds: a review of China Coastal Waterbird Surveys 2005–2013. Avian Research 6:12.

Bino, G., R. T. Kingsford, and J. Porter. 2015. Prioritizing Wetlands for Waterbirds in a Boom and Bust System: Waterbird Refugia and Breeding in the Murray-Darling Basin. PLoS ONE 10:e0132682.

 

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