Effectiveness of the European Natura 2000 network to sustain a specialist wintering waterbird population in the face of climate change
Author(s): Marchowski, D., Ławicki, Ł., Fox, A.D., Nielsen, R.D., Petersen, I.K., Hornman, M., Nilsson, L., Haas, F., Wahl, J., Kieckbusch, J., Nehls, H.W., Calbrade, N., Richard Hearn, R., Meissner, W., Fitzgerald, N., Luigujoe, L., Zenatello, M., Gaudard, C. & Koschinski, S.
Published: November 2020 Pages: 12pp
Journal: Scientific Reports Volume: 10
Article No.: 20286
Digital Identifier No. (DOI): 10.1038/s41598-020-77153-4
NotesThe authors would like to thank all the people who at different stages helped with the article, especially the hundreds of people involved in fieldwork of the International Waterbird Census (IWC) across Europe. They also thank Wetlands International (www.wetla nds.org) for coordinating IWC monitoring scheme.
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