Publications by: Sarah C. Davidson

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Tucker, Marlee A., Alexandrou, Olga, Bierregaard, Richard O., Bildstein, Keith L., Böehning-Gaese, Katrin, Bracis, Chloe, Brzorad, John N., Buechley, Evan R., Cabot, David, Calabrese, Justin M., Carrapato, Carlos, Chiaradia, Andre, Davenport, Lisa C., Davidson, Sarah C., Desholm, Mark, DeSorbo, Christopher R., Domenech, Robert, Enggist, Peter, Fagan, William F., Farwig, Nina, Fiedler, Wolfgang, Fleming, Christen H., Franke, Alastair, Fryxell, John M., García-Ripollés, Clara, Grémillet, David, Griffin, Larry R., Harel, Roi, Kane, Adam, Kays, Roland, Kleyheeg, Erik, Lacy, Anne E., LaPoint, Scott, Limiñana, Rubén, López-López, Pascual, Maccarone, Alan D., Mellone, Ugo, Mojica, Elizabeth K., Nathan, Ran, Newman, Scott H., Noonan, Michael J., Oppel, Steffen, Prostor, Mark, Rees, Eileen C., Ropert-Coudert, Yan, Rösner, Sascha, Sapir, Nir, Schabo, Dana, Schmidt, Matthias, Schulz, Holger, Shariati, Mitra, Shreading, Adam, Silva, João Paulo, Skov, Henrik, Spiegel, Orr, Takekawa, John Y., Teitelbaum, Claire S., van Toor, Mariëlle L., Urios, Vicente, Vidal-Mateo, Javier, Wang, Qiang, Watts, Bryan D., Wikelski, Martin, Wolter, Kerri, Žydelis, Ramūnas, and Mueller, Thomas (2019) Large birds travel farther in homogeneous environments. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 28 (5). pp. 576-587.

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