12 Stable Isotope Research in Southern African Birds

@inproceedings{Symes201712SI,
  title={12 Stable Isotope Research in Southern African Birds},
  author={Craig Thomas Symes},
  year={2017}
}
The use of stable isotopes in ornithological research has risen exponentially in the past few decades, mainly due to strides in technology that permit the processing of large numbers of samples at lower and lower cost. However, most likely because of the availability of resources in “developed countries”, studies are concentrated in predominantly Palaearctic and Nearctic countries. Africa is largely neglected but offers unique opportunities for both collaborative research on a global scale, and… CONTINUE READING

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