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633. Ian G Henderson Publication Date: 2016. Potential disturbance effects, nesting success and territory placement in Stone Curlews at Porton Down 2010-2012 . ISBN: 978-1-908581-60-0 29pp £2.50 Download Report (PDF)
638. Ian Henderson & Rob Fuller Publication Date: 2016. Review of the Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) Selection Guidelines for Breeding Bird Assemblages. ISBN: 978-1-908581-61-7 25pp £2.50 Download Report (PDF)
666. Chris B. Thaxter, Viola H. Ross-Smith & Aonghais S C P Cook Publication Date: 2016. How high do birds fly? A review of current datasets and an appraisal of current methodologies for collecting flight height data: Literature review . 66pp £5.00 Download Report (PDF)
676. Alison Johnston & Aonghais, S.C.P. Cook Publication Date: 2016. How high do birds fly? Development of methods and analysis of digital aerial data of seabird flight heights . 53pp £5.00 Download Report (PDF)
677. B Martay, J W Pearce-Higgins, S Gillings & S R Baillie Publication Date: 2016. An assessment of the potential benefits of additional stratification of BBS squares by habitat and accessibility to enhance the monitoring of rare species and habitats. . ISBN: 978-1-908581-59-4 39pp £5.00 Download Report (PDF)
680. Kathryn E Ross, Niall H K Burton, Dawn E Balmer, Elizabeth M Humphreys, Graham E Austin, Beth Goddard, Helena Schindler-Dite and Mark M Rehfisch Publication Date: 2016. Urban Breeding Gull Surveys: A Review of Methods and Options for Survey Design. ISBN: 978-1-908581-70-9 58pp Download Report (PDF)
682. Stuart E. Newson, David J. Turvey, Samuel Neal, Simon Gillings Publication Date: 2016. Earth Observation Data Integration Pilot Project 5 - Developing community and crowd-sourced validation of 'Living Maps'. 382pp Download Report (PDF)
691. Robinson, R.A., Leech D.I., Massimino, D., Woodward I., Hammond, M.J., Harris, S.J., Noble, D.G., Walker, R.H., Eglington, S.M., Marchant, J.H.Sullivan, M.J.P., & Baillie, S.R. Publication Date: 2016. Bird Trends 2016: trends in numbers, breeding success and survival for UK breeding birds.