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Population, Distribution, Movements and Survival of Fish-Eating Birds in Great Britain

Distribution Atlas
By: CV Wernham
360 pages, Tabs, maps
Population, Distribution, Movements and Survival of Fish-Eating Birds in Great Britain
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  • Population, Distribution, Movements and Survival of Fish-Eating Birds in Great Britain ISBN: 9781851123230 Paperback Dec 1999 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Aims to establish baseline measures of the size and distribution of inland and coastal populations of fish eating birds; to determine the seasonal movements of populations of fish eating birds, and analyze survival rates of cormorants using existing data; to assess the practicability of extending existing surveys to monitor the populations and distributions of fish eating birds on still water and river systems; and to identify how to take forward long-term monitoring of the population and movement of fish eating birds.

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Distribution Atlas
By: CV Wernham
360 pages, Tabs, maps
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