Edited By: RW Furness and JJD Greenwood
368 pages, 90 figures, tables and line illus
Ever since Rachel Carson's Silent Spring was published in the early 1960s, birds have been recognized as highly sensitive indicators to pollution and other changes in the environment. This book is a major review of the subject, covering both marine and terrestrial birds, and incorporates recent advances in methodology and knowledge.
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