SABAP2 after nine years, mid 2007 - mid 2016: coverage progress and priorities for the Second Southern African Bird Atlas Project
Les G Underhill
The Second Southern African Bird Atlas Project (SABAP2) started on 1 July 2007. On 30 June 2016, nine years of fieldwork for the project had been completed. This paper shows the year-by-year coverage maps, and reviews regional progress after nine years. Finally, it describes the priorities for each of the project's 11 organisational regions for the 10th year of the project.
UNDERHILL, Les G; BROOKS, Michael.
SABAP2 after nine years, mid 2007 - mid 2016: coverage progress and priorities for the Second Southern African Bird Atlas Project.
Biodiversity Observations, [S.l.], p. 1 - 17, july 2016.
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