Conservation implications of long-distance migration routes: Regional metapopulation structure, asymmetrical dispersal, and population declines

Accepted version of Szczys, Patricia, Stephen A. Oswald, and Jennifer M. Arnold. "Conservation implications of long-distance migration routes: Regional metapopulation structure, asymmetrical dispersal, and population declines." Biological Conservation 209 (2017): 263-272. Published version can be found at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2017.02.012

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Work Title Conservation implications of long-distance migration routes: Regional metapopulation structure, asymmetrical dispersal, and population declines
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Publication Date May 2017
DOI doi:10.26207/q0ke-jj25
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