Making the most of what we have: application of extrapolation approaches in wildlife transfer models

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Making the most of what we have: application of extrapolation approaches in wildlife transfer models. / Beresford, Nick; Wood, Michael; Vives i Batlle, Jordi; Brown, Justin; Hosseini, Ali; Yankovich, Tamara; Bradshaw, Clare; Barnett, Catherine; Wells, Claire; Willey, Neil; Vandenhove, Hildegarde (Peer reviewer).

Electronic proceedings O-055 Session 06.1. Radionuclides Speciation & Ecological Transfer. Barcelona, Spain, 2014.

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Beresford, N, Wood, M, Vives i Batlle, J, Brown, J, Hosseini, A, Yankovich, T, Bradshaw, C, Barnett, C, Wells, C, Willey, N & Vandenhove, H 2014, Making the most of what we have: application of extrapolation approaches in wildlife transfer models. in Electronic proceedings O-055 Session 06.1. Radionuclides Speciation & Ecological Transfer. Barcelona, Spain, International Conference on Radioecology and Environmental Radioactivity, Barcelona, Spain, 2014-09-07.

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Beresford, N., Wood, M., Vives i Batlle, J., Brown, J., Hosseini, A., Yankovich, T., ... Vandenhove, H. (2014). Making the most of what we have: application of extrapolation approaches in wildlife transfer models. In Electronic proceedings O-055 Session 06.1. Radionuclides Speciation & Ecological Transfer Barcelona, Spain.

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Beresford N, Wood M, Vives i Batlle J, Brown J, Hosseini A, Yankovich T et al. Making the most of what we have: application of extrapolation approaches in wildlife transfer models. In Electronic proceedings O-055 Session 06.1. Radionuclides Speciation & Ecological Transfer. Barcelona, Spain. 2014

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Beresford, Nick ; Wood, Michael ; Vives i Batlle, Jordi ; Brown, Justin ; Hosseini, Ali ; Yankovich, Tamara ; Bradshaw, Clare ; Barnett, Catherine ; Wells, Claire ; Willey, Neil ; Vandenhove, Hildegarde. / Making the most of what we have: application of extrapolation approaches in wildlife transfer models. Electronic proceedings O-055 Session 06.1. Radionuclides Speciation & Ecological Transfer. Barcelona, Spain, 2014.

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