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IBIS review papers

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Ibis cover 2 2014 12 11IBIS regularly publishes Review papers. Both authors and readers like review papers because they tend to be very well cited (good for authors) and free to download (good for readers). We also offer authors of Review papers our fast-track publication service and free colour in the printed journal (normally only online papers benefits from free colour).

We welcome ideas for Review papers, so please email our Reviews Editor if you have an idea for a Review that you would like to develop for publication in IBIS.

Here is a selection of more recent Review papers.

A decadal review of urban ornithology and a prospectus for the future
John Marzluff
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A review of survival estimates for raptors and owls
Ian Newton, Michael J. McGrady and Madan K. Oli
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Abundance and abundance change in the world’s parrots
Stuart J. Marsden and Kay Royle
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A review of the impacts of corvids on bird productivity and abundance
Christine F. Madden, Beatriz Arroyo and Arjun Amar
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The importance of fission–fusion social group dynamics in birds
Matthew J. Silk, Darren P. Croft, Tom Tregenza and Stuart Bearhop
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Migratory connectivity of Palaearctic–African migratory birds and their responses to environmental change: the serial residency hypothesis
Will Cresswell
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The decline of Afro-Palaearctic migrants and an assessment of potential causes
Juliet A. Vickery, Steven R. Ewing, Ken W. Smith, Deborah J. Pain, Franz Bairlein, Jana Škorpilová and Richard D. Gregory
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Applications of thermal imaging in avian science
Dominic J. McCafferty
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A horizon scanning assessment of current and potential future threats to migratory shorebirds
William J. Sutherland, Jose A. Alves, Tatsuya Amano, Charlotte H. Chang, Nicholas C. Davidson, C. Max Finlayson, Jennifer A. Gill, Robert E. Gill Jr, Patricia M. González, Tómas Grétar Gunnarsson, David Kleijn, Chris J. Spray, Tamás Székely and Des B. A. Thompson
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Understanding bird collisions with man-made objects: a sensory ecology approach
Graham R. Martin
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Potential impacts of wave-powered marine renewable energy installations on marine birds
W. James Grecian, Richard Inger, Martin J. Attrill, Stuart Bearhop, Brendan J. Godley, Matthew J. Witt and Stephen C. Votier
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