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A horizon scanning assessment of current and potential future threats to migratory shorebirds. / Sutherland, William J.; Alves, Jose A.; Amano, Tatsuya; Chang, Charlotte H.; Davidson, Nicholas C.; Finlayson, C. Max; Gill, Jennifer A.; Gill, Robert E.; González, Patricia M.; Gunnarsson, Tómas Grétar; Kleijn, David; Spray, Chris J.; Székely, Tamás ; Thompson, Des B. A.

In: IBIS: the International Journal of Avian Science, Vol. 154, No. 4, 2012, p. 663-679.

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Sutherland, WJ, Alves, JA, Amano, T, Chang, CH, Davidson, NC, Finlayson, CM, Gill, JA, Gill, RE, González, PM, Gunnarsson, TG, Kleijn, D, Spray, CJ, Székely, T & Thompson, DBA 2012, 'A horizon scanning assessment of current and potential future threats to migratory shorebirds' IBIS: the International Journal of Avian Science, vol 154, no. 4, pp. 663-679., 10.1111/j.1474-919X.2012.01261.x

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Sutherland, W. J., Alves, J. A., Amano, T., Chang, C. H., Davidson, N. C., Finlayson, C. M., ... Thompson, D. B. A. (2012). A horizon scanning assessment of current and potential future threats to migratory shorebirds. IBIS: the International Journal of Avian Science, 154(4), 663-679. 10.1111/j.1474-919X.2012.01261.x

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Sutherland WJ, Alves JA, Amano T, Chang CH, Davidson NC, Finlayson CM et al. A horizon scanning assessment of current and potential future threats to migratory shorebirds. IBIS: the International Journal of Avian Science. 2012;154(4):663-679. Available from: 10.1111/j.1474-919X.2012.01261.x

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Sutherland, William J.; Alves, Jose A.; Amano, Tatsuya; Chang, Charlotte H.; Davidson, Nicholas C.; Finlayson, C. Max; Gill, Jennifer A.; Gill, Robert E.; González, Patricia M.; Gunnarsson, Tómas Grétar; Kleijn, David; Spray, Chris J.; Székely, Tamás ; Thompson, Des B. A. / A horizon scanning assessment of current and potential future threats to migratory shorebirds.

In: IBIS: the International Journal of Avian Science, Vol. 154, No. 4, 2012, p. 663-679.

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title = "A horizon scanning assessment of current and potential future threats to migratory shorebirds",
keywords = "shorebirds, Charadriiformes, ecosystem health, ESTUARY WEST PORTUGAL, anthropogenic change, CHANGING CLIMATE, OCEAN ACIDIFICATION, Scolopacidae, horizon scanning, PLUVIALIS-APRICARIA, LAND-USE, FEEDING-BEHAVIOR, MACROALGAL BLOOMS, waders, CLIMATE-CHANGE, Charadriidae, WADER POPULATIONS, HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS",
author = "Sutherland, {William J.} and Alves, {Jose A.} and Tatsuya Amano and Chang, {Charlotte H.} and Davidson, {Nicholas C.} and Finlayson, {C. Max} and Gill, {Jennifer A.} and Gill, {Robert E.} and González, {Patricia M.} and Gunnarsson, {Tómas Grétar} and David Kleijn and Spray, {Chris J.} and Tamás Székely and Thompson, {Des B. A.}",
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A1 - Chang,Charlotte H.

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A1 - Gill,Jennifer A.

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A1 - Thompson,Des B. A.

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AU - Alves,Jose A.

AU - Amano,Tatsuya

AU - Chang,Charlotte H.

AU - Davidson,Nicholas C.

AU - Finlayson,C. Max

AU - Gill,Jennifer A.

AU - Gill,Robert E.

AU - González,Patricia M.

AU - Gunnarsson,Tómas Grétar

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AU - Spray,Chris J.

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AU - Thompson,Des B. A.

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N2 - We review the conservation issues facing migratory shorebird populations that breed in temperate regions and use wetlands in the non-breeding season. Shorebirds are excellent model organisms for understanding ecological, behavioural and evolutionary processes and are often used as indicators of wetland health. A global team of experienced shorebird researchers identified 45 issues facing these shorebird populations, and divided them into three categories (natural, current anthropogenic and future issues). The natural issues included megatsunamis, volcanoes and regional climate changes, while current anthropogenic threats encompassed agricultural intensification, conversion of tidal flats and coastal wetlands by human infrastructure developments and eutrophication of coastal systems. Possible future threats to shorebirds include microplastics, new means of recreation and infectious diseases. We suggest that this review process be broadened to other taxa to aid the identification and ranking of current and future conservation actions. © 2012 The Authors Ibis © 2012 British Ornithologists' Union.

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