Edited By: I Newton
479 pages, Figs, tabs
Biologists have long realised that an individual's reproductive success measured over its entire lifetime is an important component of its fitness. This book brings together results from long-term studies on the lifetime reproduction of marked individual birds. Many species are represented, from small songbirds to seabirds, birds of prey and wildfowl. The role of the individual in population processes, and the effects of age and experience on breeding success and survival prospects are also assessed.
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