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By Eric M. Wood, Jherime L. Kellermann

Present premiums of weather swap are speedier than birds can evolve, resulting in critical mismatch of migration and seasonal or phenological timing. the result's a concomitant decline of migratory fowl species. The editors of this quantity have assembled a staff of top specialists to synthesize and evaluation what's identified of the phenological asynchrony linked to the timing and styles of North American chicken migration. Read more...

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