challenge of measuring reproduction and migration across a sufficient number of seasonally-mobile males and females
Bibliographical noteWe thank everyone from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) who contributed to data collection, and Scottish Natural Heritage for access to the Isle of May National Nature Reserve. We thank the Scottish Ornithologists’ Club (SOC) for their support, and all volunteer observers, particularly Raymond Duncan, Moray Souter and Bob Swann. HG was funded by a Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) CASE studentship supported by CEH and SOC, FD, SW, MPH, MN and SB were funded by NERC and the Joint Nature Conservation Committee, and JMR was part-funded by the Royal Society. Finally, we thank the Associate Editor and two reviewers for constructive comments on the manuscript.
The data are available from the Dryad Digital Repository https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.532j0 (Grist et al., 2017)
- Carry-over effects
- European shag
- population structure
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Grist, H. (Creator), Daunt, F. (Creator), Wanless, S. (Creator), Burthe, S. J. (Creator), Newell, M. A. (Creator), Harris, M. (Creator) & Reid, J. (Creator), Dryad Digital Repository, 12 Apr 2018
Reproductive performance of resident and migrant males, females and pairs in a partially migratory bird
Grist, H. (Contributor), Daunt, F. (Contributor), Wanless, S. (Contributor), Burthe, S. J. (Contributor), Newell, M. A. (Contributor), Harris, M. P. (Contributor) & Reid, J. (Contributor), DRYAD, 1 Jan 2018