2 edition of Distribution and abundance of birds in western Victoria Island, 1992 to 1994 found in the catalog.
Distribution and abundance of birds in western Victoria Island, 1992 to 1994
|Statement||by Beth J. Cornish and D. Lynne Dickson.|
|Series||Technical report series : 253|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||78 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.|
|Number of Pages||78|
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Lynne Dickson Technical Report Series No. Canadian Wildlife SeIViee Prairie and Northern Region March Changes in Distribution and Abundance of Birds on Western Victoria Island from to Garnet H. Raven1 D. Lynne Dickson1 Technical Report Series Number August 1 Canadian Wildlife Service Prairie and Northern Region Room- 98 Ave.
NW Edmonton, Alberta T6B 2X3 Emails: @ [email protected] Aerial surveys were conducted on Banks Island, western Victoria Island, and the mainland of the western Canadian Arctic from to to determine the abundance and distribution.
Change s in distribution and abundance of birds on. western Victoria Island from to This book is an effort to summarize succinctly our current knowledge of sea duck. Distribution and abundance of birds on western Victoria Island, to / Beth J. Cornish, D. Lynne Dickson.
QL N5 C67 Spring and fall distribution of waterfowl and other aquatic birds on the mainland of the Inuvialuit settlement region, western Canadian Arctic, / James E. Hines, Bonnie Fournier, Jack O'Neill.
Changes in Distribution and Abundance of Birds on Western Distribution and abundance of birds in western Victoria Island Island from to Changes in Distribution and Abundance of Birds on Western Victoria Island from Raven, G.H., and Dickson, D.L.
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Canadian Wildlife Service, Prairie and Northern Region, Edmonton, Alta., Canada. Google Scholar. Distribution and abundance of breeding and moulting Brant on Banks Island, Northwest Territories, – R.C.
Cotter and J.E. Hines 18 Aerial surveys of Greater White-fronted Geese, Canada Geese, and Tundra Swans on the mainland of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region, Western Canadian Arctic, – Introduction.
Recent models predict that by the end of the 21st century, annual temperatures in California will have risen between and °C (Hayhoe et al., ; see also Christensen et al., ).In response, California's Sierra Nevada has been projected to lose 75–90% of its subalpine forests.A loss of this magnitude would dramatically alter the high elevation landscapes of.
Changes in distribution and abundance of birds on western Victoria Island from to Série de rapports techniques n o Service canadien de la faune, Environnement Canada.
Edmonton, AB. 60 p. Robert, M. 2 Sept. Service canadien de la faune, Environnement Canada. Communication personnelle. Changes in distribution and abundance of birds on western Victoria Island from – to – Canadian Wildlife Service Technical Report Series Number "The Australian Bird Guide is a fantastic book recommended for all bird watchers and naturalists." Vanessa Hughes, Australian Veterinary Journal 97(), January-February "This is an extremely useful and comprehensive reference guide to have in your library." Jonica Foss, Western Australian Naturalists' Club blog, 31 May Menéndez Island in both reproductive seasons.
We did not detect chicks or signs of them (e.g., nest-feeding behaviour) in Fray Menéndez Island and Puerto Mercedes during the time of the study, though we found three chicks in Punta Sur in 17 December Only one sub-adult was recorded in Fray Menéndez Island in December Cornish BJ, Dickson DL () Distribution and abundance of birds on western Victoria Island, to Can Wildl Serv Tech Rep No Google Scholar Day R, Stenhouse I, Gilchrist HG () Sabine’s gull, Xema sabini.
Distribution and Abundance of Wildlife from Fixed-Wing Aircraft Surveys in Nunavut, Canada June Bruce Conant Deborah J. Groves Timothy J.
Moser U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service April Victoria Island. The total population size estimate of approximately shorebirds (95% CI: – ) in the Area is higher than the biological criterion for designating this area as a site of International Importance under both the Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network ( birds; Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network Abundance and diversity of birds in forests with different Siitonen ).
The way Scandinavian forests are managed today is in some ways attempting to resemble natural disturbances, but compared to a fire or a windstorm, the changes These concerned the selection of stands and distribution of. The survey in consisted of seven areas on western Victoria Island (Figure 1, Table 1).
These areas were previously delineated by CWS for bird surveys they conducted by helicopter in and (Cornish and DicksonRaven and Dickson ). In addition to a presurvey training of data collectors on bird identification, a bird expert was present in 96% of our field visits.
A pair of 8 × 42 resolution binoculars (Olympus mark) and a field guide book were also used to identify the species of birds observed .Five minutes after the plot was located, the center was chosen whenever possible to observe any bird movement.
Canada Geese were found in southwestern Victoria Island and in the Kagloryuak River valley (Fig. 5), which was also similar to past surveys.
A complete report on the results of the waterfowl population surveys on western Victoria Island, including a comparison to results fromwill be available in March There is no obvious reason for this reduction in density nor is it known if this represents a population-wide decline (Johnston and Pepper, ).
Helicopter surveys on western Victoria Island reported few Sabine’s Gulls, however comparisons between and revealed that there were 50% fewer birds observed during the survey.Change in Abundance of Pacific Brant Wintering in Alaska: Evidence of a Climate Warming Effect?
Arctic 62(3): Hodges, J.I., D.J. Groves, and Distribution and Abundance of Waterbirds Near Shore in Southeast Alaska, – Northwestern Naturalist: Vol.
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