2 edition of birds of the Beaufort Sea [microform] found in the catalog.
birds of the Beaufort Sea [microform]
Stephen R. Johnson
by Canadian Wildlife Service, Dept. of the Environment in Edmonton, Alta
Written in English
|Statement||Stephen R. Johnson, William J. Adams and Michael R. Morrell.|
|Series||Reports CWSC (Canadian Wildlife Service) -- 2221-2222|
|Contributions||Adams, William J., Morrell, Michael R., Canadian Wildlife Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 310 p. :|
|Number of Pages||310|
Excellent book, though only gave a 4 star due to it's weight, for its size it's quite heavy. The pictures are clear, informative and well laid out with species reference and location towards the rear of the book. Perfect that the images are grouped together which aids the process of identifying birds more easily. Overall: Excellent s: Beauty of Birds Hallmark Ornaments () Beginning in , Hallmark began issuing the absolutely stunning Beauty of Birds series with the Northern Cardinal, which was produced in low numbers, and is one of the most popular Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments with collectors Black Capped Chickadee is even more difficult to find, and so the Beauty of Birds series is one of the.
Ringed seals depend on sea ice as a place to breed and raise young, and polar bears prey on the seals. Sea ice also protects Arctic communities and shorelines from erosion due to wind, waves, and current. Beaufort Sea is an important habitat for whales and sea birds and is still relatively untouched by commercial traffic. Excellent book, though only gave a 4 star due to it's weight, for its size it's quite heavy. The pictures are clear, informative and well laid out with species reference and location towards the rear of the book. Perfect that the images are grouped together which aids the process of identifying birds more easily. Overall: Excellent s:
At an island platform in the Beaufort Sea, radar was used to monitor movement of eiders and other seabirds during experimental testing of anti-collision lights (Day et al., ). Bird movement was monitored with standard marine X-band radar (Furuno FCR; MHz with a peak power output of 10 kW) with a range of ∼ km, which detected. Book Microform: National government publication: Microfiche: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Contaminated sediments -- Environmental aspects -- Beaufort Sea. Aquatic organisms -- Effect of water pollution on -- Beaufort Sea. Water quality biological assessment -- Beaufort Sea.
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The Birds of the Beaufort Sea Hardcover – January 1, by Stephen R. Johnson (Author), Dale R. Herter (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Author: Stephen R.
Johnson, Dale R. Herter. THE BIRDS OF THE BEAUFORT SEA. & D. Herter Johnson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : S. & D. Herter Johnson. OCLC Number: Notes: "First published in by the Canadian Department of Environment, Canadian Wildlife Service"--Title page verso.
"A revised and updated version of. The Birds of the Beaufort Sea: Part 1 (A Literature Review) and Part II (Observations of Spring Migration). Prepared under contract to the Canadian Wildlife Service, Edmonton, for the Beaufort Sea Project, pp. (b) Johnson, S.R., W.
Adams and M. R, Morrell. Beaufort Sea: An Annotated Bibl iography. Prepared. ARCTIC VOL. 55, SUPP. 1 () P. 46–58 Status of Marine Birds of the Southeastern Beaufort Sea D.
LYNNE DICKSON1 and H. GRANT GILCHRIST2 (Received 1 March ; accepted in revised form 5 December )ABSTRACT. This summary and update of information on the marine birds of the southeastern Beaufort Sea is birds of the Beaufort Sea [microform] book to.
The Beaufort Sea is home to migratory birds, bowhead whales, other marine mammals. Wildlife of the Beaufort Sea The Beaufort Sea, part of the Arctic Ocean off Alaska's northern coast east of Point Barrow, is a rich marine environment that supports many. out of 5 stars Great resource for Identifying sea birds.
Reviewed in the United States on February 6, Verified Purchase. One of the few books to specialize in Sea birds, Very helpful with good pics, maps and descriptions.
Alas it is not a pocket book. Read Reviews: This book makes it easy to identify each species by providing photos, descriptions, illustrations & a helpful index of English names. Two to four photographs of each bird are located in the front. English & scientific names are given below along with the page the text is on.
The age of the bird & month the photo was taken are also s: 8. Seabirds of the World: The Complete Reference by Jim Enticott and David Tipling Published in July, by Stackpole Books (ISBN: ). Hardcover, pages. A must for pelagic enthusiasts.
Click here to read my detailed review of this book. Click here to purchase Seabirds of the World: The Complete Reference from (includes sample pages). The book called "The Complete Birds of North America", is a book recommended to be part of any birders library.
This book covers all the native and vagrant species of birds seen on the North American Continent. It provides information on all the birds listed on the ABA bird list. This book goes into great details, describing the individual. Birds of the Offshore Canadian Beaufort Sea Database Manual 1 INTRODUCTION The database of the Birds of the Offshore Canadian Beaufort Sea is a compilation of data collected from surveys conducted by multiple companies and agencies.
Surveys included in the. Unintended bycatch of sea birds by fishing vessels has been a big problem for lots of sea bird species. Sea birds often follow long lining boats, trying to pull bait off of hooks, and inevitably many birds catch themselves on the hooks are dragged down into the depths and drown.
Efforts have been made by the Alaskan long lining fleet to reduce. The Alaskan Beaufort Sea: Ecosystems and Environments provides an interdisciplinary view into almost all aspects of the environment, with a detailed survey of the background literature.
This book focuses on the Alaskan Beaufort Shelf environment. The Beaufort Barrier Islands IBA represents some of the richest diversity of habitat on the South Carolina coast. MAny species of birds are permanent residents here as well as many species that winter, breed or migrate through.
The beach and inlets provide nesting and foraging grounds for a great number of shorebirds and seabirds. Get this from a library.
Birds and marine mammals. [Donald Arthur Blood; Beaufort Sea Project.] -- A review of the status, distribution and relationships of birds and mammals in the southeastern Beaufort Sea and how they might be influenced by offshore petroleum exploration.
Gannets and Boobies are sea birds which have taken plunge diving to a new level (10 species). They appear to have evolved about 20 mya. Gannets favour coastal areas. Three species are known: the Northern Gannet (left) is readily seen from Bempton Cliffs in the UK, two others are found in the African and Australian coastal regions.
Marine birds. Less sea, more water. Mallard Ducks. We tend think of ducks as being on freshwater lakes and inland streams and parks but they are actually just as at home in the sea. Although they do stay close enough to shore to have a good view of the land, they can sometimes be seen 'surfing' little waves.
Below - herring gulls and mallards. The Birds of the Beaufort Sea. Anchorage, Alaska: BP Exploration, The book provides a comprehensive introduction to the birds of the Beaufort Sea region, giving detailed information on distribution, range, migration, and breeding habits for each species.
Microfilm P, Reel #20 Johnson, S.R., and W.J. Richardson. "Waterbird. On the third of December in a quiet, seaside town, the season shifts abruptly from autumn to winter. Nat Hocken, a disabled veteran who works part-time on a farm, observes that there seem to be more birds than usual clamoring restlessly over the muses that they must receive a message each autumn that winter is coming, and he compares their behavior to human beings driven to “work or.
Book Microform: National government publication: Microfiche: English: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Marine sediments -- Beaufort Sea.
Marine sediments. Arctic Ocean -- Beaufort Sea. More like this: Similar Items. Sea birds take in large amounts of salt when they drink and feed. To remove excess salt, they have a special gland above their eyes that releases saltwater. This runs down their beaks and drips away. Some cliff-nesting sea birds, such as guillemots, lay pointed, pear-shaped eggs.
These are less likely to roll off the rock edge than if they were.Get this from a library! Interannual variability of oceanographic conditions in the southeastern Beaufort Sea.
[D B Fissel; Humfrey Melling; Institute of Ocean Sciences, Patricia Bay.; Canada. Department of Fisheries and Oceans.] -- This report documents changes in ocean temperature, salinity, wind, ice cover and discharge from the Mackenzie River, in the Canadian Beaufort Sea.Johnson, S.R.
and D.R. Herter. The birds of the Beaufort Sea. BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc., Anchorage, Alaska. Armstrong, R.H. Guide to the Birds of.