2 edition of Waterbirds around the world found in the catalog.
Waterbirds around the world
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by G.C. Boere, C.A. Galbraith and D.A. Stroud ; assisted by L.K. Bridge ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Boere, G. C., Galbraith, C. A., Stroud, D. A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 940 p. :|
|Number of Pages||940|
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Waterbirds Around the World” A global review of the conservation, management and research of the worlds major flyways. Background. Migration of animals is a phenomenon well known among the general public and has for long attracted the attention of (subsistence) hunters, conservationists (both governmental and non-governmental) and researchers.
Waterbirds around the world A global overview of the conservation, management and research of the world's waterbird flyways Edited by G.C. Boere, C.A. Galbraith and D.A. Stroud. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library ISBN 0 11 4 Recommended citation: Boere, G.C., Galbraith, C.A.
& Stroud, D.A. (eds). Waterbirds around the world. The Stationery Office, Edinburgh, UK. Names used for geographical entities do not imply recognition, by the organisers of the. Waterbirds. More than conservation scientists from 90 countries attended the Waterbirds around the World conference, held in Edinburgh in The ensuing proceedings and introductory papers describe the truly global efforts being made to halt the decline in waterbirds populations.
Waterbirds around the world. The Stationery Office, Edinburgh, UK. Names used for geographical entities do not imply recognition, by the organisers of the Waterbirds around the world conference or other supporting organisations or governments, of the political status or boundaries of any particular territory.
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[Gerard Boere; C A Galbraith; D A Stroud; Scottish Natural Heritage (Agency);] -- This book is the outcome of a major international conference on waterbirds held in Edinburgh in April The Waterbird Society The Waterbird Society is composed of biologists, researchers, conservationists, students, and others interested in the behavior, ecology, and conservation of waterbirds.
The organization is administered by four officers and nine council members elected from the Society’s membership, which includes people from 31 countries. The. The Waterbirds around the world conference held in Edinburgh in April was a major milestone for waterbird conservation.
There has long been recognition of the need for international. Waterbirds around the world Netherlands, the median arrival date now being about 40 days later than it was at the start of the study (Fig.
During the first part of the study, Scanian Greylag Geese had already arrived in their wintering areas in southern Spain in October, after a short stay in The Netherlands (Andersson et al. Today, with the presentation of the impressive book 'Waterbirds around the world', experts looked back on what has been achieved and look ahead to what is needed.
The key message from the meeting was that despite global conservation efforts, waterbirds are being sidelined by economic development. Information for Contributors Waterbirds is an international scientific journal of the Waterbird Society. The journal is published four times a year (March, June, September and December) and specializes in the biology, abundance, ecology, management and conservation of all waterbird species living in marine, estuarine and freshwater habitats.
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"Despite global conservation efforts, waterbirds are being sidelined by economic development," according to three groups that edited "Waterbirds Around the. Photographer Theodore Cross has elevated the sport of birdwatching: he's been traveling the world and photographing waterbirds for nearly 40 years.
Now, at the age of. "Good, but not good enough" Despite actions, waterbirds still declining Press release Global actions for the protection of migratory waterbirds are losing the race with economic development. As a result, many species are rapidly declining.
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