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Attributing physical and biological impacts to anthropogenic climate change
Significant changes in physical and biological systems are occurring on all continents and in most oceans, with a concentration of available data in Europe and North America. Most of these changesExpand
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Challenging claims in the study of migratory birds and climate change
Recent shifts in phenology in response to climate change are well established but often poorly understood. Many animals integrate climate change across a spatially and temporally dispersed annualExpand
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Earlier arrival of some farmland migrants in western Poland
A dataset consisting of observations on the first arrival dates (FAD) of 16 species of birdsfrom a locality in western Poland during the period 1913–1996 is presented and analysed.For 14 of the 16Expand
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Habitat use and diet of the red foxVulpes vulpes in an agricultural landscape in Poland
SummaryRed foxVulpes vulpes density, diet and den site selection were studied in a unwooded farmland of western Poland. During years 1999–2000 snow tracking was performed, and in 1999 dens wereExpand
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Long-Term Changes and Breeding Success in Relation to Nesting Structures used by the White Stork, Ciconia ciconia
Anthropogenic changes have strongly influenced the European landscape. In the last 50 years electric power-line networks have become a conspicuous part of that landscape. From the outset it was knownExpand
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The Design of Artificial Nestboxes for the Study of Secondary Hole-Nesting Birds: A Review of Methodological Inconsistencies and Potential Biases
Abstract. The widespread use of artificial nestboxes has led to significant advances in our knowledge of the ecology, behaviour and physiology of cavity nesting birds, especially small passerines.Expand
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Generation time and temporal scaling of bird population dynamics
Theoretical studies have shown that variation in density regulation strongly influences population dynamics, yet our understanding of factors influencing the strength of density dependence in naturalExpand
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Can roads, railways and related structures have positive effects on birds? – A review
The urbanization process affects faunal distributions and movement patterns, contributing directly to biotic homogenization and representing an important threat to biodiversity. In particular, birds,Expand
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High urban population density of birds reflects their timing of urbanization
Living organisms generally occur at the highest population density in the most suitable habitat. Therefore, invasion of and adaptation to novel habitats imply a gradual increase in populationExpand
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