W. Bancroft's scientific contributions

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... A series of available stop point wetlands distributed along the migration route are the basis for ensuring the success of waterfowl migration. They play the role of relay stations and food supply places in the whole migration network, but they are often the bottleneck in the migration process of many waterfowl populations [62]. The change in the wetland habitat, especially the habitat change of important stopover wetlands of international significance, has a strong impact on the number of waterfowl populations during migration [63]. ...