domingo, 18 de enero de 2009

Ecología y Conservación de los Búhos

Publicado por Maverick Panditas


Ecology and Conservation of Owls
Autor: Ian Newton, Rodney Kavanagh, Jerry Olsen, Iain Taylor
Idioma: Inglés
Número de páginas: 380
Materia: Veterinaria, Biología
Año: 2002
Formato: PDF
ISBN: 0643069887

CONTENIDO:

Part 1. Population ecology
1 Population limitation in Holarctic owls
2 Occupancy in relation to site quality in Barn Owls (Tyto alba) in south Scotland
3 Natal dispersal distances of Finnish owls: results from ringing
4 Natal and post-natal dispersal of Northern Spotted Owls (Strix occidentalis)
5 Home-range, movement and dispersal of Lanyu Scops Owls (Otus elegans)
6 Detrimental effects of blood parasites on parental effort and reproductive
success of Tengmalm’s Owls (Aegolius funereus) and Eurasian Kestrels (Falco tinnunculus)
7 Infertility as a cause of hatching failure in the Barn Owl (Tyto alba) in the Netherlands
8 Ecology and behaviour of the Forest Owlet (Athene blewitti)
Part 2. Distribution, habitat and diet
9 Habitat quality in Powerful Owl (Ninox strenua) territories in the Box–Ironbark forest of Victoria, Australia
10 Urbanisation and the ecology of Powerful Owls (Ninox strenua) in outer Melbourne, Victoria
11 Distribution and habitat of Barking Owls (Ninox connivens) in central Victoria, Australia
12 Habitat, breeding and conservation of the Barking Owl (Ninox connivens) in northeastern Victoria, Australia
13 Distribution, habitat and abundance of Masked Owls (Tyto novaehollandiae) in Tasmania
14 Spatial habitat characteristics of an insular Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis) population in southern California
15 Effects of habitat fragmentation and slope on the distribution of three owl species in the Manitoba Escarpment, Canada – a preliminary analysis
16 Comparative habitat use by owls in a high altitude (1,700–3,000 m) Rocky Mountain forest
17 Comparative diets of the Powerful Owl (Ninox strenua), Sooty Owl (Tyto tenebricosa) and Masked Owl (Tyto novaehollandiae) in southeastern Australia
18 Notes on the diet and observations of the Southern Boobook (Ninox novaeseelandiae) in southern Victoria
Part 3. Conservation and management
19 Conservation and management of large forest owls in southeastern Australia
20 Large forest owl conservation in the East Gippsland Forest Management Area, Victoria
21 Owls in the southwest forests of Western Australia
22 Modelling distributions of large forest owls as a conservation tool in forest management: a case study from Victoria, southeastern Australia
23 Monitoring large forest owls and gliders after recent logging in production regrowth forests in the mid-north coastal region of New South Wales
24 Response to habitat fragmentation by the Powerful Owl (Ninox strenua), Sooty Owl (Tyto tenebricosa), Masked Owl (Tyto novaehollandiae) and other nocturnal fauna in southeastern Australia
25 Lessons learned in years of research and management on the Northern Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis)
26 Rodenticides in British Barn Owls (Tyto alba)
27 Racumin rodenticide – potential environmental impact on birds
Part 4. Voice, structure and taxonomy
28 Vocalisations used by Southern Boobooks (Ninox novaeseelandiae) in the Australian Capital Territory
29 Do Southern Boobooks (Ninox novaeseelandiae) duet?
30 Independent evolution of outer ear asymmetry among five owl lineages; morphology, function and selection
31 The taxonomy and conservation status of the owls of the world: a review
32 Distribution, taxonomy, status and major threatening processes of owls of the Australasian region


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