Marine Ornithology Vol 33, No 2 (2005)

Journal: 
Marine Ornithology
Year: 
2005

FORUM: Is flipper banding of penguins a problem? 75-79.
PETERSEN, S. L., BRANCH, G. M., AINLEY, D. G., BOERSMA, P. D., COOPER, J., & WOEHLER, E. J.
Biology and conservation of Xantus's Murrelet: discovery, taxonomy, and distribution. 81-87.
CARTER, H.R, SEALY, S.G., BURKETT, E.E. & PIATT, J.F.
At-sea distribution, abundance, and habitat affinities of Xantus's Murrelets.89-104.
KARNOVSKY, N.J., SPEAR, L.B., CARTER, H.R., AINLEY, D.G., AMEY, K.D., BALLANCE, L.T., BRIGGS, K.T., FORD, R.G., HUNT, G.L. JR., KEIPER, C., MASON, J.W., MORGAN, K.H., PITMAN, R.L. & TYNAN, C.T.
Status of Xantus's Murrelet and its nesting habitat in Baja California, México. 105-114.
KEITT, B.S.
Xantus's Murrelet breeding relative to prey abundance and oceanographic conditions in the southern California bight. 115-121.
ROTH, J.E., SYDEMAN, W.J. & MARTIN, P.L. 2005.
Breeding biology of Xantus's Murrelet at the San Benito Islands, Baja California, México. 123-129.
WOLF, S., PHILLIPS, C., ZEPEDA-DOMINGUEZ, J.A., ALBORES-BARAJAS, Y. & MARTIN, P.
Initial recovery of Xantus's Murrelets following rat eradication on Anacapa Island, California. 131-137.
WHITWORTH, D.L., CARTER, H.R., YOUNG, R.J., KOEPKE, J.S., GRESS, F. & FANGMAN, S.
Radar as a tool for monitoring Xantus's Murrelet populations. 139-146.
HAMER, T.E., SCHUSTER, S.M. & MEEKINS, D.
Health assessments and stress response of Xantus's Murrelets to capture, handling, and radio-marking. 147-154.
NEWMAN, S.H., CARTER, H.R., WHITWORTH, D.L. & ZINKL, J.G.
Characteristics of diving in radio-marked Xantus's Murrelets. 155-159.
HAMILTON, C.D., GOLIGHTLY, R.T. & TAKEKAWA, J.Y.
Winter distribution, ecology and movements of Razorbills Alca torda and other auks in the outer Bay of Fundy, Eastern Canada. 161-171.
HUETTMANN, F., DIAMOND, A.W., DALZELL, B. & MACINTOSH, K.
A test for bias due to seabird avoidance of ships when conducting surveys in the tropical Pacific. 173-179.
BORBERG, J.M., BALLANCE, L.T., PITMAN, R.L. & AINLEY, D.G.
Nature-based tourism: experiences at the Volunteer Point penguin colony in the Falkland Islands. 181-187.
OTLEY, H.M.
Possible recent range expansion of Alcataenia longicervica (Eucestoda: Dilepididae) parasitic in murres Uria spp. (Alcidae) into the North Atlantic. 189-191.
MUZAFFAR, S. B., HOBERG, E. P., & JONES, I. L.
Clipperton Island: pig sty, rat hole and booby prize. 193-194.
PITMAN, R. L., BALLANCE, L. T., & BOST, C.
Assessment of the nesting population of Double-crested Cormorants Phalacrocorax auritus albociliatus on Isla Alcatraz, Gulf of California, México. 195-197.
PFISTER, T., PFISTER, B., JIMÉNEZ-SERRANÍA, V., DE-PEDRO-DÍAZ, D., SUÁREZ-GRACIDA, G., & DUBERSTEIN, J.N.
REVIEWS: The speciation and biogeography of birds (by I. Newton); The Gulf of Alaska: biology and oceanography (ed. by P. R. Mundy); Marine conservation biology: the science of maintaining the sea's biodiversity (ed. by E. A. Norse & L. B. Crowder); A field guide to North Atlantic wildlife: marine mammals, seabirds, fish, and other marine life (by N. S. Proctor & P. J. Lynch); Rare bird: pursuing the mystery of the Marbled Murrlet (by M. M. Ruth). 199-204.
BOYD, H., LOGERWELL, E. A., RYAN, P. G., RONCONI, R. A., BURGER., A. E.

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33
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2
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