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<data provider>. (<Date of document>). Breeding conditions report for <site name>, <year>. ARCTIC BIRDS: an international breeding conditions survey. (Online database). Ed(s). <database manager(s)>. <URL of the page>. <date of the latest update>. <date of access>.

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2008 International Wader Study Group