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Staging Behavior in Red Knot (Calidris canutus) in Delaware Bay: Implications for Monitoring Mass and Population Size

ABSTRACT Many migratory birds use staging sites to gain essential resources to fuel their ongoing migration. Understanding staging strategies reveals much about migration systems and is essential if one is concerned with monitoring population trends and mass gains, two of the principal methods... Full description

1st Person: Gillings, Simon
Additional Persons: Atkinson, Philip W. verfasserin; Baker, Allan J. verfasserin; Bennett, Karen A. verfasserin; Clark, Nigel A. verfasserin; Cole, Kimberly B. verfasserin; González, Patricia M. verfasserin; Kalasz, Kevin S. verfasserin; Minton, Clive D. T. verfasserin; Niles, Lawrence J. verfasserin; Porter, Ron C. verfasserin; Serrano, Inês De Lima verfasserin; Sitters, Humphrey P. verfasserin; Woods, Jean L. verfasserin
Source: in The auk: ornithological advances : international journal of the American Ornithologists' Union Vol. 126, No. 1 (2009), p. 54-63
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2009
Keywords: research-article
Calidris canutus
Delaware Bay
mark–recapture models
mass gain
passage population size
Red Knot
staging ecology
turnover
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