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

Hardcover | September 1, 1995

byThomas E. Martin, Deborah M. Finch

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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 presents a full discussion of the problem.

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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 presents a full discussion of the problem.

Thomas E. Martin is at University of Montana. Deborah M. Finch is at USDA Forest Service, Arizona.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:512 pages, 9.21 × 6.5 × 0.1 inPublished:September 1, 1995Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195084403

ISBN - 13:9780195084405

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Table of Contents

Martin and Finch: Introduction1. by Peterjohn, Sauer, and Robbins: Population Trends and the North American Breeding Bird Survey2. by James and Charles E. McCulloch: The Strength of Inferences About Causes of Trends in Populations3. by Rotenberry, Cooper, Wenderle and Smith: When and How are Populations Limited4. by Sherry and Holmes: Summer vs. Winter Limitation of Populations5. by Moore, et al.: Habitat Requirements During Migration6. by Petit, et al.: Habitat Use and Conservation During Winter in the Neotropics7. by Thompson, Probst and Raphael: Impacts of Silviculture8. by Hejl, et al.: Effects of Silvicultural Treatments in the Rocky Mountains9. by Dickson, et al.: Silviculture in Ccentral and Southeastern Oak Pine Forests10. by Rodenhouse, et al.: Effects of Agricultural Practices and Farmland Structures11. Gard and Hooper: An Assessment of Potential Hazards of Pesticides and Environmental Contaminants12. by Saab, et al.: Livestock Grazing Effects in Western North America13. by Faaborg et al.: Habitat Fragmentation in the Temperate Zone14. by Freemark et al.: Landscape Ecology and Bird Management15. by Robinson et al.: Ecology and Behavior of Cowbirds and their Deleterious Effects on Host Populations16. by Block, Finch and Brennan: Single-Species vs. Multiple-Species Approaches for Management17. by Martin: Summary: Model Organisms for Advancing Understanding of Ecology and Land Management

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"Overall, this book is very satisfying, with much information presented in a very readable and assessable manner."--The Prairie Naturalist