Phenology of hatching and food in low Arctic passerines and shorebirds: Is there a mismatch?

Leung, Maria C.-Y. ;Bolduc, Elise ;Doyle, Frank I. ;Reid, Donald G. ;Gilbert, B. Scott ;Kenney, Alice ;Krebs, Charles ;Bêty, Joël


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Leung, Maria C.-Y. ;Bolduc, Elise ;Doyle, Frank I. ;Reid, Donald G. ;Gilbert, B. Scott ;Kenney, Alice ;Krebs, Charles ;Bêty, Joël (2018). Phenology of hatching and food in low Arctic passerines and shorebirds: Is there a mismatch?. Arctic Science. https://doi.org/10.1139/as-2017-0054

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