These are the sources and citations used to research Peregrine falcon ecology. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on

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    BROWN, J. W., VAN COEVERDEN DE GROOT, P. J., BIRT, T. P., SEUTIN, G., BOAG, P. T. and FRIESEN, V. L.

    Appraisal of the consequences of the DDT-induced bottleneck on the level and geographic distribution of neutral genetic variation in Canadian peregrine falcons, Falco peregrinus

    2007 - Molecular Ecology

    In-text: (BROWN et al., 2007)

    Your Bibliography: BROWN, J., VAN COEVERDEN DE GROOT, P., BIRT, T., SEUTIN, G., BOAG, P. and FRIESEN, V., 2007. Appraisal of the consequences of the DDT-induced bottleneck on the level and geographic distribution of neutral genetic variation in Canadian peregrine falcons, Falco peregrinus. Molecular Ecology, 16(2), pp.327-343.

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    Cooke, A.

    Shell thinning in avian eggs by environmental pollutants

    1973 - Environmental Pollution (1970)

    In-text: (Cooke, 1973)

    Your Bibliography: Cooke, A., 1973. Shell thinning in avian eggs by environmental pollutants. Environmental Pollution (1970), 4(2), pp.85-152.

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    Lifjeld, J. T., Bjørnstad, G., Steen, O. F. and Nesje, M.

    Reduced genetic variation in Norwegian Peregrine Falcons Falco peregrinus indicated by minisatellite DNA fingerprinting

    2002 - Ibis

    In-text: (Lifjeld, Bjørnstad, Steen and Nesje, 2002)

    Your Bibliography: Lifjeld, J., Bjørnstad, G., Steen, O. and Nesje, M., 2002. Reduced genetic variation in Norwegian Peregrine Falcons Falco peregrinus indicated by minisatellite DNA fingerprinting. Ibis, 144(1), pp.E19-E26.

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    Ydenberg, R. C., Butler, R. W., Lank, D. B., Smith, B. D. and Ireland, J.

    Western sandpipers have altered migration tactics as peregrine falcon populations have recovered

    2004 - Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

    In-text: (Ydenberg et al., 2004)

    Your Bibliography: Ydenberg, R., Butler, R., Lank, D., Smith, B. and Ireland, J., 2004. Western sandpipers have altered migration tactics as peregrine falcon populations have recovered. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 271(1545), pp.1263-1269.

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