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Final Report Narrative to National Fish and Wildlife Fund: Climate, Wetlands and Waterbirds Interdisciplinary Project

DataSet on Waterbirds from North America

To better understand and predict effects of climate change on wetlands, invertebrates and shorebirds, the ‘CEWISH’ group, composed of Cryohydrology, Invertebrate, Shorebird Food Use, and Shorebird/Population Modeling teams, collected field data at Barrow, Alaska, between May and September 2014 and 2015.

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Final Report Narrative to National Fish and Wildlife Fund: Climate, Wetlands and Waterbirds Interdisciplinary Project

DataSet on Waterbirds from North America

To better understand and predict effects of climate change on wetlands, invertebrates and shorebirds, the ‘CEWISH’ group, composed of Cryohydrology, Invertebrate, Shorebird Food Use, and Shorebird/Population Modeling teams, collected field data at Barrow, Alaska, between May and September 2014–2015.

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Ecological status and distribution of the ichthyofauna of coastal wetlands in northwestern Baja California Mexico

DataSet on Fish from North America

Ecological status and distribution of the ichthyofauna of coastal wetlands (mouths and marshes) in northwestern Baja California Mexico (Priority marine area threatened A1: Ensenadense)

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Evaluation of the ichthyofauna in the focal areas of the coastal biological corridor-Yucatan

DataSet on Fish from North America

The Centro del Corredor Costero-Yucatán (CBCY) is an unprotected area, whose industrial and commercial development has caused the destruction of wetlands, endangering their biodiversity.

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Population genetic structure of the species of Tapaojitos (Aves Parulinae: Geothlypis) that occur in the wetlands of Mexico: One of the most threatened habitats in our country

DataSet on Tapaojitos from North America

The tapaojitos are birds associated with wetlands and poor drainage sites. Mexico is considered an important center of differentiation because of the total of ten species, six are found in our country and four of these are endemic.

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