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Combining modelling tools to evaluate a goose management scheme. / Baveco, J.M. (Corresponding author); Bergjord, A.K.; Bjerke, J.W.; Chudzińska, M.E.; Pellissier, L.; Simonsen, C.E.; Madsen, J.; Tombre, Ingunn M.; Nolet, B.A.

In: Ambio, Vol. 46, No. Supplement 2, 2017, p. 210-223.

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Baveco, JM, Bergjord, AK, Bjerke, JW, Chudzińska, ME, Pellissier, L, Simonsen, CE, Madsen, J, Tombre, IM & Nolet, BA 2017, 'Combining modelling tools to evaluate a goose management scheme.' Ambio, vol. 46, no. Supplement 2, pp. 210-223. DOI: 10.1007/s13280-017-0899-5

APA

Baveco, J. M., Bergjord, A. K., Bjerke, J. W., Chudzińska, M. E., Pellissier, L., Simonsen, C. E., ... Nolet, B. A. (2017). Combining modelling tools to evaluate a goose management scheme. Ambio, 46(Supplement 2), 210-223. DOI: 10.1007/s13280-017-0899-5

Vancouver

Baveco JM, Bergjord AK, Bjerke JW, Chudzińska ME, Pellissier L, Simonsen CE et al. Combining modelling tools to evaluate a goose management scheme. Ambio. 2017;46(Supplement 2):210-223. Available from, DOI: 10.1007/s13280-017-0899-5

Author

Baveco, J.M. ; Bergjord, A.K. ; Bjerke, J.W. ; Chudzińska, M.E. ; Pellissier, L. ; Simonsen, C.E. ; Madsen, J. ; Tombre, Ingunn M. ; Nolet, B.A./ Combining modelling tools to evaluate a goose management scheme.In: Ambio. 2017 ; Vol. 46, No. Supplement 2. pp. 210-223

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