REED DIE-BACK, WATER LEVEL MANAGEMENT AND THE DECLINE OF THE GREAT REED WARBLER ACROCEPHALUS ARUNDINACEUS IN THE NETHERLANDS

@inproceedings{Graveland1998REEDDW,
  title={REED DIE-BACK, WATER LEVEL MANAGEMENT AND THE DECLINE OF THE GREAT REED WARBLER ACROCEPHALUS ARUNDINACEUS IN THE NETHERLANDS},
  author={Jaap Graveland},
  year={1998}
}
Several species of migratory marsh birds have declined in Central and Western Europe. An important question is whether this decline is primarily caused by loss of wetlands on the wintering grounds in Africa or by a decline in habitat quality in the breeding areas. Significant losses of Reed Phragmites australis beds have been reported in many European countries, presumably as a result of unnatural water level regimes and eutrophication. We studied the reed requirements of nesting Great Reed… CONTINUE READING

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