2 edition of analysis of the population dynamics of selected avian species found in the catalog.
analysis of the population dynamics of selected avian species
Charles J. Henny
Written in English
|Statement||by Charles Joseph Henny.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 188 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||188|
To date over peer-reviewed articles have resulted from analysis done with Christmas Bird Count data. Beyond the items listed here, CBC data has been used by U.S. federal agencies as an important basis for making decisions about birds. We have classified the papers into categories to give a sense of what you might find when reading the paper. The population dynamics for genotypes 1, 3 and 4 were analyzed using skyline plots. Bayesian analysis showed that the most recent common ancestor for modern HEV existed between and years by:
Analysis of population dynamics revealed that coronavirus populations in bats have constant population growth, while viruses from all other hosts show epidemic-like increases in population. These results indicate that diverse coronaviruses are endemic in different bat species, with repeated introductions to other animals and occasional Cited by: Introduction and naturalization of non-native species is one of the most important threats to global biodiversity. Birds have been widely introduced worldwide, but their impacts on populations, communities, and ecosystems have not received as much attention as those of other groups. This work is a global synthesis of the impact of nonnative birds on native ecosystems to determine (1) what Cited by:
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An analysis of the population dynamics of selected avian species;: With special reference to changes during the modern pesticide era, (Wildlife research report) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Charles J Henny (Author)Author: Charles J Henny.
The impact of pesticides on the mortality rates and recruitment rates of nongame birds during the last 25 years was evaluated by studying the population dynamics of 16 species. A mathematical model showing the relations between population parameters that yielded stable populations was developed.
The information needed for the model included (1) mortality rate schedule (obtained from recoveries. An analysis of the population dynamics of selected avian species with special reference to changes during the modern pesticide era Publisher: United States Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Wildlife Research Report No.
An analysis of the population dynamics of selected avian species: with special reference to changes during the modern pesticide era Author: Charles J Henny ; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The impact that pesticides may have had on the mortality rates and productivity rates of non-game birds during the last 25 years was evaluated by studying the population dynamics of 16 species. A mathematical model showing the relationships between population parameters that yielded stable populations was by: Climate Influences on Avian Population Dynamics Article in Advances in Ecological Research December with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Random fluctuations in population dynamics are fundamentally important in pure and applied ecology. This book introduces demographic and environmental stochasticity, and illustrates statistical.
analysis of the population dynamics of selected avian species book An analysis of avian responses to secondary tropical forest succession. • Avian species richness is 12% lower in secondary than primary forests.
• Forest specialist richness reaches 99% of primary forest levels within years. • Functional diversity is similar between primary and older secondary forests. •Cited by: Temporal Dynamics of Effective Population Size for Species Indicated as Threatened on IUCN Red List of Threatened Species The red curve is the PSMC estimate for the original data; the pink curves.
Avian immunology is a growing field of study that offers exciting prospects and still has much to contribute to mainstream immunology. Select Chapter 2 - Structure of the Avian Lymphoid System in an ecological context has found that MHC diversity correlates with disease dynamics in several free-living bird species.
Development of the immune. The predominantly urban boroughs of Warrington and Halton straddle the river Mersey in northwest England. Since the s there has been a major change in land-use associated with both innovative town design and the decline of manufacturing and chemical industries in the boroughs.
Also, co-ordinated programmes have directly addressed air and water pollution. The breeding birds of the Cited by: 5. Taxonomy, genetics, and breeding.
Origin, taxonomy, and morphology of vigna unguiculata (L.) walp. Cowpea genetics: a review of the recent literature. Recent advances in cowpea breeding. Wide crossing in African vigna species. Isozyme markers and taxonomic relationships among vigana species. Flavonoid HPLC fingerprints of wild vigna s: 2.
Environmental change has altered the phenology, morphological traits and population dynamics of many species 1,r, the links underlying these joint responses remain largely unknown owing to Cited by: Global climate change has had significant effects on animal distribution and population dynamics in mid-latitude alpine areas, but we know little about the basic ecology of high-altitude species due to the difficulties of conducting field research in the harsh climate and habitat present at high elevations.
The Tibetan Snowcock (Tetraogallus tibetanus) is a little-known phasianid distributing Cited by: 4. Occupancy Estimation and Modeling: Inferring Patterns and Dynamics of Species Occurrence. This is the first book to examine the latest methods in analyzing presence/absence data surveys.
Using four classes of models (single-species, single-season; single-species, multiple season; multiple-species, single-season; and multiple-species, multiple. Knowledge of a species geographic and ecological location is fundamental to many aspects of biodiversity conservation and for understanding spatial patterns of species occurrences.
Furthermore, they will provide the basis of a national biodiversity assessment (gap analysis of species protection status). How National GAP Species Data are being used. These dynamics affected cub survival across the entire study population. DISCUSSION. Males matter, especially in species where fathers must protect their offspring from the unkindness of strangers (Rankin and Kokko ; Borrego et al.
For lions, reproductive success depends on resident coalitions maintaining tenure long enough for Cited by: 2. Using this theoretical framework, we find a large interspecific variation in the density dependence in bird population dynamics.
The strength of Cited by: Analysis and Management of Animal Populations deals with the processes involved in making informed decisions about the management of animal populations. It covers the modeling of population responses to management actions, the estimation of quantities needed in the modeling effort, and the application of these estimates and models to the development of sound management by: processes that determine the size of bird populations.
The first involves long-term studies of population dynamics: recording population size, birth rates, death rates and relevant environmental data and then analysing the data using techniques such as key-factor analysis.
Such studies are essential for understanding the way inCited by:. Population viability analysis (PVA) is a species-specific method of risk assessment frequently used in conservation is traditionally defined as the process that determines the probability that a population will go extinct within a given number of years.
Numerous species have adapted to humans, especially invasive species associated with humans in towns and cities. Short flight distances of populations adapted to urban environments reflect changes in behavior and physiology, reflecting phenotypic plasticity or evolution.
Here, I tested the hypothesis that the decrease in flight distance to a potential predator (an approaching human) Cited by: List of piscivorous bird species observed in the vicinity of the experimental pool.
Table S3. Effects of predation, population density, sex, initial body size and their interactions on the survival of A. minuano in experimental enclosures from 29 June to 12 October.
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