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Swedish Bird Ringing Atlas / Svensk Ringmärkningsatlas, Volume 1 Divers - Raptors / Lommar - Rovfågler

Distribution Atlas
By: Thord Fransson(Author), Jan Pettersson(Author), Peter Larsson(Illustrator)
189 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour & b/w distribution maps
Swedish Bird Ringing Atlas / Svensk Ringmärkningsatlas, Volume 1
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Language: Swedish with English summaries

The purpose of this atlas is to give an overview of the available recoveries from different species. One of the aims has been to make it easy for the reader to compare the results between different species. Even if the presentations in some instances are detailed, the purpose has not been to make complete scientific treatments. One idea is that the presentations shoulc act as an inspiration to perform more detailed analyses in the future. The Swedish Recovery Atlas will also be important when planning future bird ringing activity in Sweden. Included are accounts of 63 species showing ringing sites for recovered birds on a map, ringing statistics, maps, circular statistics, recovery statistics, and a life table.

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Distribution Atlas
By: Thord Fransson(Author), Jan Pettersson(Author), Peter Larsson(Illustrator)
189 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour & b/w distribution maps
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