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Modelling the Short-Term Movements of Grey Seals between Breeding Colonies and their Long-Term Population Consequences

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Modelling the Short-Term Movements of Grey Seals between Breeding Colonies and their Long-Term Population Consequences. / Matthiopoulos, Jason; Harwood, John; Thomas, Len.

Unknown Publisher, 2003.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

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Matthiopoulos, J, Harwood, J & Thomas, L 2003, Modelling the Short-Term Movements of Grey Seals between Breeding Colonies and their Long-Term Population Consequences. Unknown Publisher.

APA

Matthiopoulos, J., Harwood, J., & Thomas, L. (2003). Modelling the Short-Term Movements of Grey Seals between Breeding Colonies and their Long-Term Population Consequences. Unknown Publisher.

Vancouver

Matthiopoulos J, Harwood J, Thomas L. Modelling the Short-Term Movements of Grey Seals between Breeding Colonies and their Long-Term Population Consequences. Unknown Publisher, 2003.

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Matthiopoulos, Jason ; Harwood, John ; Thomas, Len. / Modelling the Short-Term Movements of Grey Seals between Breeding Colonies and their Long-Term Population Consequences. Unknown Publisher, 2003.

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