Spatiotemporal scaling of North American continental interior wetlands: implications for shorebird conservation

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Within interior North America, erratic weather patterns and heterogeneous wetland complexes cause wide spatio-temporal variation in the resources available to migrating shorebirds. Identifying the pattern-generating components of landscape-level resources and the scales at which shorebirds respond to these patterns will better facilitate conservation… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10980-012-9803-7

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