Caspian Tern Response to Managed Reductions in Nesting Habitat

@article{Schniedermeyer2020CaspianTR,
  title={Caspian Tern Response to Managed Reductions in Nesting Habitat},
  author={Ethan Schniedermeyer and Daniel D. Roby and Donald E. Lyons and Yasuko Suzuki and Ken Collis},
  journal={Wildlife Society Bulletin},
  year={2020},
  volume={44},
  pages={468-479}
}
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