China develops international cooperation for a major waterbirds telemetery study to track their movements.

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08/04/2017

Major report including talking heads interviews on CCTV Channel 13 about developing international cooperation to track waterbirds in East Asia

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TitleChina develops international cooperation for a major waterbirds telemetery study to track their movements.
Degree of recognitionNational
Media typeTelevision
CountryChina
Date08/04/2017
DescriptionMajor report including talking heads interviews on CCTV Channel 13 about developing international cooperation to track waterbirds in East Asia. China is developing international cooperation for a major waterbirds telemetery study to track their movements, reported at the 1st symposium on Developing effective coordinated monitoring of East Asian Waterbirds in the 21st century, hosted by the Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences (RCEES), Chinese Academy of Sciences in Hulunbaier, Inner Mongolia, China.
PersonsAnthony David Fox
See relations at Aarhus University

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