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    Cove, M. V., Spínola, R. M., Jackson, V. L. and Saénz, J. C.

    The role of fragmentation and landscape changes in the ecological release of common nest predators in the Neotropics

    2014 - PeerJ

    In-text: (Cove et al., 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Cove, M., Spínola, R., Jackson, V. and Saénz, J. (2014). The role of fragmentation and landscape changes in the ecological release of common nest predators in the Neotropics. PeerJ, 2, p.e464.

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    PATTERSON, T., THOMAS, L., WILCOX, C., OVASKAINEN, O. and MATTHIOPOULOS, J.

    State–space models of individual animal movement

    2008 - Trends in Ecology & Evolution

    In-text: (PATTERSON et al., 2008)

    Your Bibliography: PATTERSON, T., THOMAS, L., WILCOX, C., OVASKAINEN, O. and MATTHIOPOULOS, J. (2008). State–space models of individual animal movement. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 23(2), pp.87-94.

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    Sims, D.

    Tracking and Analysis Techniques for Understanding Free-Ranging Shark Movements and Behavior

    2010 - Marine Biology

    In-text: (Sims, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Sims, D. (2010). Tracking and Analysis Techniques for Understanding Free-Ranging Shark Movements and Behavior. Marine Biology, pp.351-392.

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