New Zealand Seabirds : Important Bird Areas and Conservation.

Abraham, Edward, Agnew, David, Agnew, Philippa, Aikman, Hilary, Allen, Nick, Angus, Ian, Baird, Karen, Baker, Barry, Barnard, Tim, Bartle, Sandy, Beauchamp, Tony, Bell, Biz, Bell, Brian, Bell, Mike, Bellingham, Mike, Berg, Martin, Bettesworth, Derek, Bevin, Brent, Bird, Jeremy, Blyth, Robin, Borrelle, Steph, Borker, Abe, Bradfield, Phil, Britton, Mike, Buurman, Dennis, Buurman, Lynette, Chappell, Rob, Cockburn, Stu, Cooper, Wynston, Cranwell, Steve, Cronin, Emma, Crossland, Andrew, Croxall, John, Cryer, Martin, Cuming, Paul, Debski, Igor, Dennis, Todd, Deppe, Lorna, Dobbins, Phred, Dowding, John, Dunnett, Barry, Edmonds, Hannah, Ellenburg, Ursula, Elliot, Graeme, Esler, Lloyd, Fitter, Julian, Fitzgerald, Neil, Fleming, Al, Freeman, Debbie, Frost, Peter, Galbraith, Mel, Garson, Liz, Gaze, Peter, Gordon, David, Goldsworthy, Rosalie, Grant, Andrew, Greene, Brenda, Hackwell, Kevin, Haley, Marie, Hand, Kate, Hawkins, Keith, Heaphy, John, Higham, Tim, Hiscock, Jo, Hopkins, Colin, Houston, Dave, Hughey, Ken, Humphries, Grant, Irvine, John and Ismar, Stefanie M. H._(CO) and et al (2014) New Zealand Seabirds : Important Bird Areas and Conservation. Open Access . The Royal Forest & Bird Protection Society of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand, 72 pp. ISBN 978-0-473-28521-0

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Document Type: Book
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Research affiliation: OceanRep > GEOMAR > FB3 Marine Ecology > FB3-EOE-N Experimental Ecology - Food Webs
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Date Deposited: 13 Jun 2014 08:53
Last Modified: 28 Jun 2019 09:13
URI: http://oceanrep.geomar.de/id/eprint/24735

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