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Response of nesting waterfowl to flooding in Great Salt Lake wetlands Open Access
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Great Salt Lake wetlands were inundated in 1983, displacing approximately 20,000 nesting waterfowl. Ten protected marshes in the Great Basin were surveyed for changes in numbers of breeding pairs of waterfowl during each of four years preceding Great Salt Lake flooding and four years following flooding. The hypothesized increase in numbers of breeding birds did not occur, indicating that flood-displaced waterfowl did not move into nearby suitable habitat to nest.
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Foote, A. L. (1989). Response of nesting waterfowl to flooding in Great Salt Lake wetlands. Great Basin Naturalist, 49(4), 614-617.
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