Abraham, K. F. and C. D. Ankney. 1986. Summer Birds of East Bay Southampton Island Northwest Territories Canada. Canadian Field-Naturalist 100

Yüklə 177,34 Kb.
ölçüsü177,34 Kb.
  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   ...   15
Abraham, K. F. 1978. Adoption of Spectacled Eider Ducklings by Arctic Loons. Condor 80:339-340.

Abraham, K. F. and C. D. Ankney. 1986. Summer Birds of East Bay Southampton Island Northwest Territories Canada. Canadian Field-Naturalist 100:180-185.

Academy Of Natural Sciences Of, P. 1997. White-winged scoter: Melanitta fusca. Birds of North America 0:1-27.

Academy Of Natural Sciences Of, P. 1998. Surf Scoter: Melanitta perspicillata. Birds of North America 0:1-28.

Adams, P. A., G. J. Robertson, and I. L. Jones. 2000. Time-activity budgets of Harlequin Ducks molting in the Gannet Islands, Labrador. Condor 102:703-708.

Ader, A. and J. Kespaik. 1996. Seasonal migration dynamics of the long-tailed duck (Clangula hyemalis), the common scoter (Melanitta nigra), and the velvet scoter (Melanitta fusca) in Estonia. Gibier Faune Sauvage 13:1297-1385.

Afton, A. D. and R. D. Sayler. 1982. Social Courtship and Pair Bonding of Common Goldeneyes Bucephala-Clangula Wintering in Minnesota USA. Canadian Field-Naturalist 96:295-300.

Agler, B. A., S. J. Kendall, D. B. Irons, and S. P. Klosiewski. 1999. Declines in marine bird populations in Prince William Sound, Alaska coincident with a climatic regime shift. Waterbirds 22:98-103.

Ahlund, M. 2005. Behavioural tactics at nest visits differ between parasites and hosts in a brood-parasitic duck. Animal Behaviour 70:433-440.

Akearok, J. A., C. E. Hebert, B. M. Braune, and M. L. Mallory. 2010. Inter- and intraclutch variation in egg mercury levels in marine bird species from the Canadian Arctic. Science of the Total Environment 408:836-840.

Albers, P. H. and R. C. Szaro. 1978. Effects of No-2 Fuel Oil on Common Eider Eggs. Marine Pollution Bulletin 9:138-139.

Alerstam, T. and G. A. Gudmundsson. 1999. Migration patterns of tundra birds: Tracking radar observations along the Northeast Passage. Arctic 52:346-371.

Alerstam, T., M. Rosen, J. Backman, P. G. P. Ericson, and O. Hellgren. 2007. Flight speeds among bird species: Allometric and phylogenetic effects. PLoS Biology 5:1656-1662.

Alisauskas, R. T. and D. K. Kellett. 2014. Age-specific in situ recruitment of female King Eiders estimated with mark-recapture. Auk 131:129-140.

Alisauskas, R. T., J. J. Traylor, C. J. Swoboda, and F. P. Kehoe. 2004. Components of population growth rate for White-winged Scoters in Saskatchewan,Canada. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 27:451-460.

Alisauskas, R. T. a. J.-M. D. 2015. Breeding Costs, Nutrient Reserves, and Cross-Seasonal Effects: Dealing with Deficits in Sea Ducks. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

Alison, R. 1975. Capturing and Marking Oldsquaws. Bird-Banding 46:248-250.

Alison, R. M. 1976. Oldsquaw Brood Behavior. Bird-Banding 47:210-213.

Alison, R. M. 1977. Homing of Subadult Oldsquaws. Auk 94:383-384.

Allard, K. and H. G. Gilchrist. 2002. Kleptoparasitism of Herring Gulls taking eider eggs by Canada Geese. Waterbirds 25:235-238.

Allison, A. B., J. R. Ballard, R. B. Tesh, J. D. Brown, M. G. Ruder, M. K. Keel, B. A. Munk, R. M. Mickley, S. E. J. Gibbs, A. da Rosa, J. C. Ellis, H. S. Ip, V. I. Shearn-Bochsler, M. B. Rogers, E. Ghedin, E. C. Holmes, C. R. Parrish, and C. Dwyer. 2015. Cyclic Avian Mass Mortality in the Northeastern United States Is Associated with a Novel Orthomyxovirus. Journal of Virology 89:1389-1403.

Anderson, B. W. and M. G. Reeder. 1977. Food Habits of the Common Merganser in Winter. Bulletin of the Oklahoma Ornithological Society 10:3-6.

Anderson, B. W., M. G. Reeder, and R. L. Timken. 1974. Notes on the Feeding Behavior of the Common Merganser Mergus-Merganser. Condor 76:472-476.

Anderson, B. W. and R. L. Timken. 1971. Age and Sex Characteristics of Common Mergansers. Journal of Wildlife Management 35:388-393.

Anderson, B. W. and R. L. Timken. 1972. Sex and Age Ratios and Weights of Common Mergansers. Journal of Wildlife Management 36:1127-1133.

Anderson, E. M., Rian D. Dickson, Erika K. Lok, Eric C. Palm, Jean-Pierre L. Savard, Daniel Bordage and Austin Reed. 2015. Surf Scoter (Melanitta perspicillata). The Birds of North America.

Anderson, E. M., D. Esler, W. S. Boyd, J. R. Evenson, D. R. Nysewander, D. H. Ward, R. D. Dickson, B. D. Uher-Koch, C. S. VanStratt, and J. W. Hupp. 2012. Predation rates, timing, and predator composition for Scoters (Melanitta spp.) in marine habitats. Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne De Zoologie 90:42-50.

Anderson, E. M. and J. R. Lovvorn. 2008. Gray whales may increase feeding opportunities for avian benthivores. Marine Ecology Progress Series 360:291-296.

Anderson, E. M. and J. R. Lovvorn. 2011. Contrasts in Energy Status and Marine Foraging Strategies of White-Winged Scoters (Melanitta Fusca) and Surf Scoters (M. Perspicillata). Auk 128:248-257.

Anderson, E. M. and J. R. Lovvorn. 2012. Seasonal dynamics of prey size mediate complementary functions of mussel beds and seagrass habitats for an avian predator. Marine Ecology Progress Series 467:219-232.

Anderson, E. M., J. R. Lovvorn, D. Esler, W. S. Boyd, and K. C. Stick. 2009. Using predator distributions, diet, and condition to evaluate seasonal foraging sites: sea ducks and herring spawn. Marine Ecology Progress Series 386:287-302.

Anderson, E. M., J. R. Lovvorn, and M. T. Wilson. 2008. Reevaluating marine diets of Surf and White-winged Scoters: Interspecific differences and the importance of soft-bodied prey. Condor 110:285-295.

Anderson, G. 2005. Wind, fire and water - Renewable energy and birds. British Birds 98:365-367.

Anderson, V. R. and R. T. Alisauskas. 2001. Egg size, body size, locomotion, and feeding performance in captive King Eider ducklings. Condor 103:195-199.

Anderson, V. R. and R. T. Alisauskas. 2002. Composition and growth of King Eider ducklings in relation to egg size. Auk 119:62-70.

Andersson, M. and M. Ahlund. 2000. Host-parasite relatedness shown by protein fingerprinting in a brood parasitic bird. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 97:13188-13193.

Andersson, M. and M. Ahlund. 2001. Protein fingerprinting: A new technique reveals extensive conspecific brood parasitism. Ecology (Washington D C) 82:1433-1442.

Andersson, M. and P. Waldeck. 2006. Reproductive tactics under severe egg predation: an eider's dilemma. Oecologia (Berlin) 148:350-355.

Andersson, M. and P. Waldeck. 2007. Host-parasite kinship in a female-philopatric bird population: evidence from relatedness trend analysis. Molecular Ecology 16:2797-2806.

Andersson, M., P. Waldeck, S. A. Hanssen, and B. Moe. 2015. Female sociality and kin discrimination in brood parasitism: unrelated females fight over egg laying. Behavioral Ecology 26:755-762.

Ardamatskaya, T. B. 2001. The expansion of the Common Eider Somateria mollissima at Ukrainian coast of the Black Sea. Acta Ornithologica (Warsaw) 36:53-54.

Arnold, T. W., D. Shizuka, B. E. Lyon, J. T. Pelayo, K. R. Mehl, J. J. Traylor, W. L. Reed, and C. L. Amundson. 2011. Use of Nape Tags for Marking Offspring of Precocial Waterbirds. Waterbirds 34:312-318.

Ashcroft, R. E. 1976. A Function of the Pair Bond in the Common Eider. Wildfowl 27:101-106.

Aspinall, S. J. and R. H. Dennis. 1988. Goosanders and Red-Breasted Mergansers in the Moray Firth North Sea. Scottish Birds 15:65-70.

Augspurger, T., J. R. Fischer, N. J. Thomas, L. Sileo, R. E. Brannian, K. J. G. Miller, and T. E. Rocke. 2003. Vacuolar myelinopathy in waterfowl from a North Carolina impoundment. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 39:412-417.

Aulert, C. and B. Sylvand. 1997. Common scoters (Melanitta nigra) and velvet scoters (Melanitta fusca) wintering of the coasts of Calvados: Relation between diet and sea macrozoobenthic populations on the littoral. Ecologie (Brunoy) 28:107-117.

Baer, U. and F. Jochums. 1995. Common Eider Somateria mollissima summering and moulting in Bavaria with remarks about Zebra Mussel Dreissena polymorpha. Ornithologischer Anzeiger 34:159-162.

Bagg, A. C. and S. A. Eliot. 1933. Courtship of the hooded merganser (Lophodytes cucul-latus). Auk 50:430-431.

Bailey, E. P. 1977. Distribution and Abundance of Marine Birds and Mammals Along the South Side of the Kenai Peninsula Alaska. Murrelet 58:58-72.

Baillie, S. M., C. D. Wilkerson, and T. L. Newbury. 2004. "Ashkui" vernal ice-cover phenomena and their ecological role in southern Labrador. Canadian Field-Naturalist 118:267-269.

Bain, G. A. and W. Threlfall. 1977. Helminth Parasites of Hooded Mergansers Lophodytes-Cucullatus from Ontario Canada. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 44:219-221.

Balian, L. V., M. G. Ghasabian, M. S. Adamian, and D. Klem. 2002. Changes in the waterbird community of the Lake Sevan-Lake Gilli area, Republic of Armenia: A case for restoration. Biological Conservation 106:157-163.

Banks, A. N., W. G. Sanderson, B. Hughes, P. A. Cranswick, L. E. Smith, S. Whitehead, A. J. Musgrove, B. Haveock, and N. P. Fairney. 2008. The Sea empress oil spill (Wales, UK): Effects on common scoter Melanitta nigra in Carmarthen Bay and status ten years later. Marine Pollution Bulletin 56:895-902.

Baptist, H. J. M., R. H. Witte, P. Duiven, and P. A. Wolf. 1997. Numbers of Eiderr Somateria mollissima in The Netherlands in winter, 1993-97. Limosa 70:113-118.

Baptist, M. J. and M. F. Leopold. 2009. The effects of shoreface nourishments on Spisula and scoters in The Netherlands. Marine Environmental Research 68:1-11.

Barjaktarovic, L., J. E. Elliott, and A. M. Scheuhammer. 2002. Metal and metallothionein concentrations in scoter (Melanitta spp.) from the Pacific Northwest of Canada, 1989-1994. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 43:486-491.

Barnes, G. G. and V. G. Thomas. 1987. Digestive Organ Morphology Diet and Guild Structure of North American Anatidae. Canadian Journal of Zoology 65:1812-1817.

Barrett, R. T., T. Anker-Nilssen, G. W. Gabrielsen, and G. Chapdelaine. 2002. Food consumption by seabirds in Norwegian waters. ICES Journal of Marine Science 59:43-57.

Bart, J. and S. L. Earnst. 2005. Breeding ecology of Spectacled Eiders Somateria fischeri in Northern Alaska. Wildfowl 55:83-98.

Bauer, U. and H. Zintl. 1974. Distribution and Breeding Biology of the Goosander Mergus-Merganser in Bavaria West Germany. Anzeiger der Ornithologischen Gesellschaft in Bayern 13:71-86.

Bauer, U. and H. Zintl. 1995. Breeding biology and development of breeding population of the goosander Mergus merganser in Bavaria since 1970. Ornithologischer Anzeiger 34:1-38.

Bayer, R. D. 1980. Birds Feeding on Herring Eggs at the Yaquina Estuary Oregon USA. Condor 82:193-198.

Beard, E. B. 1951. The trachea of the hooded merganser. Wilson Bull 63:296-301.

Beard, E. B. 1964. Duck brood behavior at the Seney National Wildlife Refuge. J Wildl Mgmt 28:492-521.

Beattie, L. A. and T. D. Nudds. 1989. Differential Habitat Occupancy by Goldeneye Ducklings Bucephala-Clangula and Fish Predator Avoidance or Competition. Canadian Journal of Zoology 67:475-482.

Beauchamp, G. 1993. Diving behavior in surf scoters and Barrow's goldeneyes. Auk 109:819-827.

Beauchamp, G. 2000. Parental behaviour and brood integrity in amalgamated broods of the Common Eider. Wildfowl 51:169-179.

Beauchamp, G., M. Guillemette, and R. Ydenberg. 1992. Prey selection while diving by common eiders, Somateria mollissima. Animal Behaviour 44:417-426.

Beckerman, A. P. and O. L. Petchey. 2009. Infectious food webs. Journal of Animal Ecology 78:493-496.

Bedard, J., J. Gauthier, and J. Munro. 1987. The Distribution of Common Eiders During the Brood-Rearing Period in the St. Lawrence Estuary Canada. Pages 12-19 Reed, A. (Ed.). Canadian Wildlife Service Report Series, No. 47. Eider Ducks in Canada. V+177p. Canadian Wildlife Service: Ste-Foy, Quebec, Canada. Illus. Maps. Paper.

Bedard, J. and J. Munro. 1977. Brood and Creche Stability in the Common Eider of the St-Lawrence Estuary Canada. Behaviour 60:221-236.

Bedard, J., J. C. Therriault, and J. Berube. 1980. Assessment of the Importance of Nutrient Re Cycling by Sea Birds in the St-Lawrence Estuary Canada. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 37:583-588.

Bellebaum, J., J. Kube, A. Schulz, H. Skov, and H. Wendeln. 2014. Decline of Long-tailed Duck Clangula hyemalis numbers in the Pomeranian Bay revealed by two different survey methods. Ornis Fennica 91:129-137.

Belopol'Skii, L. O., G. P. Goryainova, and T. V. Tarnovskaya. 1974. Sex Ratio in the Common Eider. Ekologiya (Moscow) 5:110-111.

Bendell, B. E. and D. K. McNicol. 1995. The diet of insectivorous ducklings and the acidification of small Ontario lakes. Canadian Journal of Zoology 73:2044-2051.

Bendell, L. I. 2011. Sea ducks and aquaculture: the cadmium connection. Ecotoxicology 20:474-478.

Bengtson, S.-A. 1966. Observations on the sexual behavior of the common scoter (Melanitta nigra) on the breeding grounds, with special reference to courting parties Engl. summ. Var Fagelvarld 25:202-226.

Bengtson, S. A. 1972. Breeding Ecology of the Harlequin Duck Histrionicus-Histrionicus in Iceland. Ornis Scandinavica 3:1-19.

Bengtson, S. A. and S. Ulfstrand. 1971. Food Resources and Breeding Frequency of the Harlequin Duck Histrionicus-Histrionicus in Iceland. Oikos 22:235-239.

Bennett, D. C., D. A. Gray, P. J. Sharp, and M. R. Hughes. 2005. Redistribution of extracellular water and sodium may contribute to saline tolerance in wild ducks. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 78:447-455.

Bennett, D. C. and M. R. Hughes. 2003. Comparison of renal and salt gland function in three species of wild ducks. Journal of Experimental Biology 206:3273-3284.

Bennett, J. and W. S. Smithson. 2001. Feeding associations between Snowy Egrets and Red-breasted Mergansers. Waterbirds 24:125-128.

Benoit, A. R. 2007. Aboriginal harvest of waterfowl in the Maritimes. Canadian Wildlife Service.

Benoit, R., M. Robert, C. Marcotte, G. Fitzgérald, and J.-P. L. Savard. 2001. Étude des déplacements du Garrot d’islande dans l’est du Canada à l’aide de la télémétrie satellitaire. Canadian Wildlife Service.

Bentzen, R. L. and A. N. Powell. 2012. Population Dynamics of King Eiders Breeding in Northern Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Management 76:1011-1020.

Bentzen, R. L. and A. N. Powell. 2015. Dispersal, movements and site fidelity of post-fledging King Eiders Somateria spectabilis and their attendant females. Ibis 157:133-146.

Bentzen, R. L., A. N. Powell, L. M. Phillips, and R. S. Suydam. 2010. Incubation behavior of king eiders on the coastal plain of northern Alaska. Polar Biology 33:1075-1082.

Bentzen, R. L., A. N. Powell, and R. S. Suydam. 2008. Factors Influencing Nesting Success of King Eiders on Northern Alaska's Coastal Plain. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:1781-1789.

Bentzen, R. L., A. N. Powell, and R. S. Suydam. 2009. Strategies for Nest-Site Selection by King Eiders. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:932-938.

Bentzen, R. L., A. N. Powell, T. D. Williams, and A. S. Kitaysky. 2008. Characterizing the nutritional strategy of incubating king eiders Somateria spectabilis in northern Alaska. Journal of Avian Biology 39:683-690.

Bergan, J. F. and L. M. Smith. 1989. Differential Habitat Use by Diving Ducks Wintering in South Carolina USA. Journal of Wildlife Management 53:1117-1126.

Bergan, J. F., L. M. Smith, and J. J. Mayer. 1989. Time-Activity Budgets of Diving Docks Wintering in South Carolina USA. Journal of Wildlife Management 53:769-776.

Bergman, G. 1965. Gulls: Their competition, food needs, and relations to other coastal birds? Ger. summ.J. Zool Revy 27:58-77.

Bergman, G. 1974. The Spring Migration of the Long-Tailed Duck and the Common Scoter in Western Finland. Ornis Fennica 51:129-145.

Bergstrom, R. 1990. Variations in the Occurrence of the Common Eider Along the Norwegian Skagerrak Coast from May 1988 to June 1989. Fauna och Flora Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet 85:180-185.

Beukema, J. J. 1993. Increased mortality in alternative bivalve prey during a period when the tidal flats of the Dutch Wadden Sea were devoid of mussels. Netherlands Journal of Sea Research 31:395-406.

Beukema, J. J. and G. C. Cadee. 1999. An estimate of the sustainable rate of shell extraction from the Dutch Wadden Sea. Journal of Applied Ecology 36:49-58.

Beukema, J. J., G. C. Cadee, and R. Dekker. 1998. How two large-scale "experiments" illustrate the importance of enrichment and fishery for the functioning of the Wadden Sea ecosystem. Senckenbergiana Maritima 29:37-44.

Beyer, W. N., M. C. Perry, and P. C. Osenton. 2008. Sediment ingestion rates in waterfowl (Anatide) and their use in environmental risk assessment. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 4:246-251.

Birchall, J., T. C. O'Connell, T. H. E. Heaton, and R. E. M. Hedges. 2005. Hydrogen isotope ratios in animal body protein reflect trophic level. Journal of Animal Ecology 74:877-881.

Bishop, C. A. and W. Threlfall. 1974. Helminth Parasites of the Common Eider Duck Somateria-Mollissima in Newfoundland and Labrador Canada. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 41:25-35.

Bishop, M. A. and S. P. Green. 2001. Predation on Pacific herring (Clupea pallasi) spawn by birds in Prince William Sound, Alaska. Fisheries Oceanography 10:149-158.

Blankespoor, C. L., R. L. Reimink, and H. D. Blankespoor. 2001. Efficacy of praziquantel in treating natural schistosome infections in common mergansers. Journal of Parasitology 87:424-426.

Blew, J., K. Guenther, and P. Suedbeck. 2005. Trends of migratory waterbirds in the German Wadden Sea from 1987/1988 to 2001/2002. Vogelwelt 126:99-125.

Blicher, M. E., L. M. Rasmussen, M. K. Sejr, F. R. Merkel, and S. Rysgaard. 2011. Abundance and energy requirements of eiders (Somateria spp.) suggest high predation pressure on macrobenthic fauna in a key wintering habitat in SW Greenland. Polar Biology 34:1105-1116.

Blinn, B. M., A. W. Diamond, and D. J. Hamilton. 2008. Factors Affecting Selection of Brood-rearing Habitat by Common Eiders (Somateria mollissima) in the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick, Canada. Waterbirds 31:520-529.

Blomqvist, S. and M. Elander. 1988. King Eider Somateria-Spectabilis Nesting in Association with Long-Tailed Skua Stercorarius-Longicaudus. Arctic 41:138-142.

Bloom, P. M., R. G. Clark, D. W. Howerter, and L. M. Armstrong. 2013. Multi-scale habitat selection affects offspring survival in a precocial species. Oecologia 173:1249-1259.

Blums, P., C. W. Shaiffer, and L. H. Fredrickson. 2000. Automatic multi-capture nest box trap for cavity-nesting ducks. Wildlife Society Bulletin 28:592-596.

Blus, L. J., C. J. Henny, D. J. Hoffman, and R. A. Grove. 1995. Accumulation in and effects of lead and cadmium on waterfowl and passerines in northern Idaho. Environmental Pollution 89:311-318.

Bodenstein, B., K. Beckmen, G. Sheffield, K. Kuletz, C. Van Hemert, B. Berlowski, and V. Shearn-Bochsler. 2015. Avian Cholera Causes Marine Bird Mortality in the Bering Sea of Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 51:934-937.

Boehm, P. D., P. J. Mankiewicz, R. Hartung, J. M. Neff, D. S. Page, E. S. Gilfillan, J. E. O'Reilly, and K. R. Parker. 1996. Characterization of mussel beds with residual oil and the risk to foraging wildlife 4 years after the Exxon valdez oil spill. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 15:1289-1303.

Boertmann, D. 2003. Distribution and conservation of the Harlequin Duck, Histrionicus histrionicus, in Greenland. Canadian Field-Naturalist 117:249-256.

Boertmann, D. 2008. Harlequin Ducks in Greenland. Waterbirds 31:4-7.

Boertmann, D., P. Lyngs, F. R. Merkel, and A. Mosbech. 2004. The significance of Southwest Greenland as winter quarters for seabirds. Bird Conservation International 14:87-112.

Boertmann, D. and A. Mosbech. 2002. Molting Harlequin Ducks in Greenland. Waterbirds 25:326-332.

Boertmann, D., A. Mosbech, and F. R. Merkel. 2006. The importance of Southwest Greenland for wintering seabirds. British Birds 99:282-298.

Bogan, J. A. and W. R. P. Bourne. 1973. Mercury in Sea Birds. Marine Pollution Bulletin 4:77-79.

Bokenes, L. and J. B. Mercer. 1995. Salt gland function in the common eider duck (Somateria mollissima). Journal of Comparative Physiology B Biochemical Systemic and Environmental Physiology 165:255-267.

Bolduc, F. and M. Guillemette. 2003. Human disturbance and nesting success of Common Eiders: Interaction between visitors and gulls. Biological Conservation 110:77-83.

Bolduc, F. and M. Guillemette. 2003. Incubation constancy and mass loss in the Common Eider Somateria mollissima. Ibis 145:329-332.

Bolduc, F., M. Guillemette, and R. D. Titman. 2005. Nesting success of common eiders Somateria mollissima as influenced by nest-site and female characteristics in the Gulf of the St. Lawrence. Wildlife Biology 11:273-279.

Bolduc, F., S. Lapointe, and B. Gagnon. 2008. Common Goldeneye breeding in the eastern Canadian boreal forest: Factors affecting productivity estimates. Waterbirds 31:42-51.

Bolen, E. G. and B. R. Chapman. 1981. Estimating Winter Sex Ratios for Buffleheads Bucephala-Albeola. Southwestern Naturalist 26:49-52.

Bollinger, T. K. and I. K. Barker. 1996. Runting of ducklings associated with Cochlosoma anatis infection. Avian Diseases 40:181-185.

Bond, A. L. and A. W. Diamond. 2009. Mercury concentrations in seabird tissues from Machias Seal Island, New Brunswick, Canada. Science of the Total Environment 407:4340-4347.

Bond, A. L., P. W. Hicklin, and M. Evans. 2007. Daytime spring migrations of Scoters (Melanitta spp.) in the Bay of Fundy. Waterbirds 30:566-572.

Bond, J. and D. Esler. 2008. Bill entanglement in subcutaneously-anchored radio transmitters on Harlequin Ducks. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120:599-602.

Bond, J. C. and D. Esler. 2006. Nutrient acquisition by female Harlequin Ducks prior to spring migration and reproduction: evidence for body mass optimization. Canadian Journal of Zoology 84:1223-1229.

Bond, J. C., D. Esler, and K. A. Hobson. 2007. Isotopic evidence for sources of nutrients allocated to clutch formation by harlequin ducks. Condor 109:698-704.

Bond, J. C., D. Esler, and T. D. Williams. 2008. Breeding propensity of female harlequin ducks. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:1388-1393.

Bond, J. C., S. A. Iverson, N. B. Maccallum, C. M. Smith, H. J. Bruner, and D. Esler. 2009. Variation in Breeding Season Survival of Female Harlequin Ducks. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:965-972.

Boonstra, R., J. M. Eadie, C. J. Krebs, and S. Boutin. 1995. Limitations of far infrared thermal imaging in locating birds. Journal of Field Ornithology 66:192-198.

Bordage, D., N. Plante, A. Bourget, and S. Paradis. 1998. Use of ratio estimators to estimate the size of common eider populations in winter. Journal of Wildlife Management 62:185-192.

Bordage, D. and J.-P. L. Savard. 1995. Black scoter (Melanitta nigra). Birds of North America

Yüklə 177,34 Kb.

Dostları ilə paylaş:
  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   ...   15

Verilənlər bazası müəlliflik hüququ ilə müdafiə olunur ©azkurs.org 2022
rəhbərliyinə müraciət

    Ana səhifə