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Home Range Size and Resource Use of Breeding and Non-breeding White Storks Along a Land Use Gradient

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Home Range Size and Resource Use of Breeding and Non-breeding White Storks Along a Land Use Gradient

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ZURELL, Damaris, Henrik VON WEHRDEN, Shay ROTICS, Michael KAATZ, Helge GROSS, Lena SCHLAG, Merlin SCHÄFER, Nir SAPIR, Sondra TURJEMAN, Martin WIKELSKI, 2018. Home Range Size and Resource Use of Breeding and Non-breeding White Storks Along a Land Use Gradient. In: Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 6, 79. eISSN 2296-701X. Available under: doi: 10.3389/fevo.2018.00079

@article{Zurell2018Range-43016, title={Home Range Size and Resource Use of Breeding and Non-breeding White Storks Along a Land Use Gradient}, year={2018}, doi={10.3389/fevo.2018.00079}, volume={6}, journal={Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution}, author={Zurell, Damaris and von Wehrden, Henrik and Rotics, Shay and Kaatz, Michael and Groß, Helge and Schlag, Lena and Schäfer, Merlin and Sapir, Nir and Turjeman, Sondra and Wikelski, Martin}, note={Article Number: 79} }

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