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These guidelines are for determining who should be included on authorship of manuscripts to peer reviewed journals involving RSPB staff and volunteers and should be used by everyone.
The estimation of above ground biomass in forests is critical for carbon cycle modeling and climate change mitigation programs. Small footprint lidar provides accurate biomass estimates, but its application in tropical forests has been ...
The control of generalist predator populations is increasingly adopted as a management tool to combat declines in ground-nesting bird populations. However, compensatory predation by uncontrolled species...
The capercaillie Tetrao urogallus L. is a cryptic forest gamebird which has decreased in Scotland, as in much of its range, since the 1970s. Despite previous surveys of the bird's range in Scotland, t...
We present a more complete and definitive analysis than hitherto of the long runs of data on crossbill abundance and cone-crops in Finland and in Scotland. The abundance of Common Crossbills Loxia cur...
There was a non-significant decline in the number of displaying males in Britain between 1995-96 and 2005, with a significant decline in Scotland...
The frequency distribution of national population sizes of breeding birds was examined for each of 48 European countries, including autonomous regions, using data from the European Bird Database. The ...
1.The abundance and distribution of species tend to be linked, such that species declining in abundance often tend also to show declines in the number of sites they occupy, while species increasing in...
The poor survival rate of immature northern bald ibises Geronticus eremita during their first years spent outside the natal site is driving the last known wild colony of the migratory eastern population to extinction. To inform emergency...