Characteristics of sandy beaches used by resident shorebirds in Tasmania

@inproceedings{Bock2014CharacteristicsOS,
  title={Characteristics of sandy beaches used by resident shorebirds in Tasmania},
  author={Anja Bock},
  year={2014}
}
Across nations, sandy beaches are highly valued for their social and economic importance. They are especially important in Australia, where 80% of the population live within 100km of the coast and beaches are viewed as a national icon. Despite that fact, biodiversity and the environmental value of sandy beaches as ecosystems is often ignored. There has been lack of research on resident shorebirds and their habitat requirements, particularly regarding the importance of abiotic sandy beach… CONTINUE READING

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