Ecology and Management of Neotropical Migratory Birds: A Synthesis and Review of Critical Issues

Ecology and Management of Neotropical Migratory Birds: A Synthesis and Review of Critical Issues

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Overview

The apparent decline in numbers among many species of migratory songbirds is a timely subject in conservation biology, particularly for ornithologists, ecologists, and wildlife managers. This book is an attempt to discuss the problem in full scope.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780195084528
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date: 11/01/1997
Pages: 512
Product dimensions: 6.45(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.91(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction, Martin & Finch
1. Population Trends and the North American Breeding Bird Survey, by Peterjohn, Sauer, & Robbins
2. The Strength of Inferences About Causes of Trends in Populations, by James & Charles E. McCulloch
3. When and How are Populations Limited, by Rotenberry, Cooper, Wenderle & Smith
4. Summer vs. Winter Limitation of Populations, by Sherry & Holmes
5. Habitat Requirements During Migration, by Moore et al.
6. Habitat Use and Conservation During Winter in the Neotropics, by Petit et al.
7. Impacts of Silviculture, by Thompson, Probst & Raphael
8. Effects of Silvicultural Treatments in the Rocky Mountains, by Hejl et al.
9. Silviculture in Ccentral and Southeastern Oak Pine Forests, by Dickson et al.
10. Effects of Agricultural Practices and Farmland Structures, by Rodenhouse et al.
11. An Assessment of Potential Hazards of Pesticides and Environmental Contaminants, Gard & Hooper
12. Livestock Grazing Effects in Western North America, by Saab et al.
13. Habitat Fragmentation in the Temperate Zone, by Faaborg et al.
14. Landscape Ecology and Bird Management, by Freemark et al.
15. Ecology and Behavior of Cowbirds and their Deleterious Effects on Host Populations, by Robinson et al.
16. Single-Species vs. Multiple-Species Approaches for Management, by Block, Finch & Brennan
17. Summary: Model Organisms for Advancing Understanding of Ecology and Land Management, by Martin

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