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Resources: Development of a Joint Inventory of the Status of Migratory Birds in the West/Yellow Sea
 

Professor Richard Fuller’s Powerpoint Slides

Fuller RA, Jackson MV, Amano T, Choi C-Y, Clemens RS, Hansen BD, Lin D-L, Steven R & Woodworth BK (2021) Collect, connect, upscale: Towards coordinated monitoring of migratory shorebirds in the Asia-Pacific. Australian Zoologist, 41, 205-213.

Hansen BD, Clemens RS, Gallo-Cajiao E, Jackson MV, Maguire GS, Maurer G, Milton D, Rogers DI, Weller DR, Weston MA, Woehler EJ & Fuller RA (2018) Shorebird monitoring in Australia: A successful long-term collaboration between citizen scientists, governments and researchers. Pp. 100-120 in Legge S, Lindenmayer D, Robinson N, Scheele B, Southwell D & Wintle B (eds) Monitoring Threatened Species and Ecological Communities. CSIRO, Canberra. PDF

Studds CE, Kendall BE, Murray NJ, Wilson HB, Rogers DI, Clemens RS, Gosbell K, Hassell CJ, Jessop R, Melville DS, Milton DA, Minton CDT, Possingham HP, Riegen AC, Straw P, Woehler EJ & Fuller RA (2017) Rapid population decline in migratory shorebirds relying on Yellow Sea tidal mudflats as stopover sites. Nature Communications, 8, 14895.

Murray NJ, Clemens RS, Phinn SR, Possingham HP & Fuller RA (2014) Tracking the rapid loss of tidal wetlands in the Yellow Sea. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 12, 267-272.

Bai, Q., Chen, J. et al. Identification of coastal wetlands of international importance for waterbirds: a review of China Coastal Waterbird Surveys 2005–2013. Avian Res 6, 12 (2015).

Kim H, Mo Y, Choi C-Y, McComb BC & Betts MG (2021) Declines in common and migratory breeding landbird species in South Korea over the past two decades. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 9, 627765.