Bibliography: Research papers and postgraduate theses which have been largely dependent on data from the Southern African Bird Atlas Projects
Les G Underhill
The databases of the two bird atlas projects in southern Africa have been widely used in research, as a resource both for papers and postgraduate projects. The scope and the volume of the applications of these two databases are almost certainly exceptional in relation to similar projects worldwide. This collection of papers is a monument to the citizen scientists who collected the overwhelming bulk of the data.
UNDERHILL, Les G.
Bibliography: Research papers and postgraduate theses which have been largely dependent on data from the Southern African Bird Atlas Projects.
Biodiversity Observations, [S.l.], p. 1 - 13, aug. 2016.
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