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Integrating Climate Change and Predation Risk with Wading Bird Conservation Research in North America
Robert W. Butler and Ross G. Vennesland
Waterbirds: The International Journal of Waterbird Biology
Vol. 23, No. 3 (2000), pp. 535-540
Published by: Waterbird Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1522203
Page Count: 6
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In the next century, wading birds will have to deal with the cumulative impact of climate change, human population growth, and the recovery of avian predators. Conservation areas, established under former climate conditions and when there were fewer people and predators, might be inadequate to maintain wading bird populations in the future. We assess the potential effect of climate change and increased predation, and provide hypotheses as a framework for future work in these areas.
Waterbirds: The International Journal of Waterbird Biology © 2000 Waterbird Society