Reverse migration as a cause of vagrancy

@article{Thorup2004ReverseMA,
  title={Reverse migration as a cause of vagrancy},
  author={K. Thorup},
  journal={Bird Study},
  year={2004},
  volume={51},
  pages={228 - 238}
}
Capsule Reverse migration in autumn does not occur to the same degree in all species of migrants, but is related to migratory direction. [...] Key Method Methods Multiple regression analysis on the number of individuals occurring as reverse migrants observed in northwest European countries. Methods Multiple regression analysis on the number of individuals occurring as reverse migrants observed in northwest European countries.Expand
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