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Habitat selection can reduce effects of extreme climatic events in a long-lived shorebird

Bailey, Liam D.; Ens, Bruno J.; Both, Christiaan; Heg, Dik; Oosterbeek, Kees; van de Pol, Martijn


Changes in the frequency of extreme climatic events (ECEs) can have profound impacts on individual fitness by degrading habitat quality. Organisms may respond to such changes through habitat selection, favouring those areas less affected by ECEs; however, documenting habitat selection in response to ECEs is difficult in the wild due to the rarity of such events and the long-term biological data required. Sea level rise and changing weather patterns over the past decades have led to an increase...[Show more]

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Date published: 2019-10-09
Type: Journal article
Source: Journal of Animal Ecology
DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.13041
Access Rights: Open Access


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