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No evidence for increased egg predation in the Arctic

20:00 EDT 13 Jun 2019 | AAAS

(Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research) Climate and ecosystems are changing, but predation on shorebird nests has changed little across the globe over the past 60 years, finds an international team of 60 researchers. The study published in Science on 14 June 2019 challenges a recent claim that shorebird eggs are more often eaten by predators due to climate change, and more so in the Arctic compared to the tropics. The research shows that these claims are a methodological artefact.

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