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Cormorants: Ecology and Management Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Cormorants

Proceedings Out of Print
By: Thomas M Keller(Editor), David N Carss(Editor), Andreas J Helbig(Editor), Martin Flade(Editor)
404 pages, 159 colour & 27 b/w photos, 9 colour & 88 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Aula Verlag
Cormorants: Ecology and Management
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  • Cormorants: Ecology and Management ISBN: 9783891046678 Hardback Dec 2003 Out of Print #143494
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Ecological, behavioural and demographic studies dominate the 50 contributions, but applied issues are also represented, including measures relating to the birds' interaction with fisheries. The Great Cormorant is perhaps the most studied wild bird in Europe; other species are here also taken into account.

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Proceedings Out of Print
By: Thomas M Keller(Editor), David N Carss(Editor), Andreas J Helbig(Editor), Martin Flade(Editor)
404 pages, 159 colour & 27 b/w photos, 9 colour & 88 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Aula Verlag
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