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Abundance and Distribution of Migrant Shorebirds in Delaware Bay
Northbound migrant shorebirds (Charadridae and Scolopacidae) were surveyed weekly by air on Delaware Bay beaches on the Atlantic coast of North America in May-June 1986 through 1992. The single dayExpand
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Climate and Weather Effects on Seabirds
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The effect of human activity on birds at a coastal bay
Abstract I examined the direct and indirect effects of human activity on birds at a coastal bay refuge along the Atlantic Coast. Over the year, human activity varied at different sample sites on theExpand
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Physical and social determinants of nest-site selection in piping plover in New Jersey
I examined nest-site selection and reproductive success in Piping Plover (Charadrius melodus) over a 4-year period on four nesting beaches in New Jersey. Nest site characteristics varied among theExpand
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Effects of Chemicals and Pollution on Seabirds
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Colony stability in least terns
Etude de la fidelite au site occupe par la colonie, du taux de renouvellement et des causes d'echec de la reproduction chez Sterna antillarum nidifiant sur la cote du New Jersey, de 1976 a 1982
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A 20-YR STUDY DOCUMENTING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TURTLE DECLINE AND HUMAN RECREATION'
This study documents the detrimental effects of human recreation on the North American wood turtle (Clemmys insculpta) in Connecticut. We chronicled the dy- namics of two allopatric wood turtleExpand
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Importance of beach, mudflat and marsh habitats to migrant shorebirds on Delaware Bay
Shorebirds migrate over long distances from breeding to wintering grounds, stopping at a few bays and estuaries to refuel. Most information on migration of shorebirds concentrates on populationExpand
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Competition between Cattle Egrets and Native North American Herons, Egrets, and Ibises
Cattle Egrets (Bubulcus ibis) recently invaded and spread across North America, nesting in existing heronries. The spread of this species into the Western Hemisphere is well documented (Crosby 1972,Expand
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Shifting Priorities at the Department of Energy's Bomb Factories: Protecting Human and Ecological Health
Abstract More than 50 years of research, development, manufacture, and testing of nuclear weapons at Department of Energy (DOE) sites has left a legacy of on-site contamination that often spreads toExpand
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