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Project - Geographical and temporal variation in health issues in Arctic breeding birds

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OLGA V. DOLNIK, BENJAMIN J. METZGER, & MAARTEN J. J. E. LOONEN, 2011. Keeping the clock set under the midnight sun: diurnal periodicity and synchrony of avian Isospora parasites cycle in the High Arctic. Parasitology 138 (09), 1077-1081

Steffen Hahn, Maarten J. J. E. Loonen, & Marcel Klaassen, 2011. The reliance on distant resources for egg formation in high Arctic breeding barnacle geese Branta leucopsis. Journal of Avian Biology 42 (2), 159-168

Christiane E. Hübner, Ingunn M. Tombre, et al., 2010. The Connectivity of Spring Stopover Sites for Geese Heading to Arctic Breeding Grounds. Ardea 98 (2), 145-154

Dries Pieter Jan Kuijper, R. Ubels, & M. J. J. E. Loonen, 2009. Density-dependent switches in diet: a likely mechanism for negative feedbacks on goose population increase? Polar Biology 32 (12), 1789-1803

Kristin Wear Prestrud, Kjetil Åsbakk, et al., 2007. Serosurvey for Toxoplasma gondii in arctic foxes and possible sources of infection in the high Arctic of Svalbard. Veterinary Parasitology 150 (1-2), 6-12

Olga V. Dolnik & Maarten J. J. E. Loonen, 2007. Isospora plectrophenaxia n. sp (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae), a new coccidian parasite found in Snow Bunting (Plectrophenax nivalis) nestlings on Spitsbergen. Parasitology Research 101 (6), 1617-1619


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