Identifying drivers of breeding success in a long-distance migrant using structural equation modelling

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  title={Identifying drivers of breeding success in a long-distance migrant using structural equation modelling},
  author={Schaub},
  year={2017}
}
In migrant animals, conditions encountered at various times and places throughout their annual cycle may affect breeding success. Yet, most studies so far have only investigated the effect of specific parts of the annual cycle, despite the importance to understand how different stages can interact and how these stages compare to intrinsic quality to properly modulate breeding success. Using a structural equation modelling approach, we investigated drivers of breeding success (migration cycle… CONTINUE READING

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