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Volume 146, Supplement 1, September 2004

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Climate change and coastal birds
pp. 1-1(1)
Authors: Rehfisch, Mark M.; Feare, Chris J.; Jones, Neville V.; Spray, Chris

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Climate change and the global economy
pp. 2-3(2)
Author: Holliday, Sir Frederick

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Flying in the face of climate change: a review of climate change, past, present and future
pp. 4-10(7)
Authors: Watkinson, Andrew R.; Gill, Jennifer A.; Hulme, Mike

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Landscape-scale socio-economics of sea-level rise
pp. 11-17(7)
Authors: Knogge, Thomas; Schirmer, Michael; Schuchardt, Bastian

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The effect of sea-level rise on coastal geomorphology
pp. 18-20(3)
Author: Crooks, Stephen

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The effects of climate change on the reproduction of coastal invertebrates
pp. 29-39(11)
Authors: Lawrence, Andrew J.; Soame, Jane M.

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Predicting the effects of marine climate change on the invertebrate prey of the birds of rocky shores
pp. 40-47(8)
Authors: Kendall, Michael A.; Burrows, Michael T.; Southward, Alan J.; Hawkins, Stephen J.

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The impact of climate change on birds
pp. 48-56(9)
Author: Crick, Humphrey Q. P.

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Can we detect change in the phenology of winter migrant birds in the UK?
pp. 57-60(4)
Authors: Sparks, Tim H.; Mason, Chris F.

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Migrating shorebirds as integrative sentinels of global environmental change
pp. 61-69(9)
Authors: Piersma, Theunis; Lindström, Åke

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The possible impact of climate change on the future distributions and numbers of waders on Britain's non-estuarine coast
pp. 70-81(12)
Authors: Rehfisch, Mark M.; Austin, Graham E.; Freeman, Steve N.; Armitage, Michael J. S.; Burton, Niall H. K.

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Climate change and coastal waterbird populations – past declines and future impacts
pp. 82-89(8)
Authors: Norris, Ken; Atkinson, Phil W.; Gill, Jennifer A.

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Compensating for wetland losses in the United States
pp. 92-100(9)
Author: Zedler, Joy B.

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Managed realignment in the UK – the first 5 years of colonization by birds
pp. 101-110(10)
Authors: Atkinson, Philip W.; Crooks, Steve; Drewitt, Allan; Grant, Alastair; Rehfisch, Mark M.; Sharpe, John; Tyas, Christopher J.

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