Marine Ornithology Vol 34, No 2 (2006)

Journal: 
Marine Ornithology
Year: 
2006

Beach surveys past, present and future: toward a global surveillance network for stranded seabirds. 87-90.
NEWMAN, S.H., HARRIS, R.J. & TSENG, F.S.
Using beached bird monitoring data for seabird damage assessment: the importance of search interval. 91-98.
FORD, R.G.
The Oil Pollution Act of 1990 and natural resource damage assessment. 99-108.
HELM, R.C., FORD, R.G. & CARTER, H.R.
Factors influencing beached bird collection during the Luckenbach 2001-2002 oil spill. 109-113.
HAMPTON, S. & ZAFONTE, M.
Beached bird surveys in Massachusetts: the seabird ecological assessment network (SEANET). 115-122.
HARRIS, R.J., TSENG, F.S., POKRAS, M.A., SUEDMEYER, B.A., BOGART, J.S.H., PRESCOTT, R.L. & NEWMAN, S.H.
The Shetland beached bird survey, 1979-2004. 123-127.
HEUBECK, M.
A review of beached bird surveys within the Wadden Sea Trilateral Monitoring and Assessment Program (TMAP). 129-132.
FLEET, D.M.
Do low rates of oiled carcass recovery in beached bird surveys indicate low rates of ship-source oil spills? 133-140.
O'HARA, P.D. & MORGAN, K.H.
Composition of beached marine birds from an oiling event in southeastern Newfoundland. 141-146.
ROBERTSON, G.J., RYAN, P.C., DUSSUREAULT, J., TURNER, B.C., WILHELM, S.I. & POWER, K.
Produced water from offshore oil and gas installations on the Grand Banks, Newfoundland: are the potential effects to seabirds sufficiently known? 147-156.
FRASER G.S., RUSSELL, J. & VON ZHAREN, W.M.
Underuse and misuse of data from beached bird surveys. 157-159.
WIESE, F.K. & ELMSLIE, K.
Beached bird surveys in Lithuania reflect oil pollution and bird mortality in fishing nets. 161-166.
ZYDELIS, R., DAGYS, M. & VAITKUS, G.
A Black-browed Albatross Thalassarche melanophrys consumes a tern Sterna sp. 167-168.
COLABUONO, F.I., FEDRIZZI, C.E. & CARLOS, C.J.
REVIEW: Seeking Nature's Limits - Ecologists in the Field (SJ Moore, ed). 169.
WILSON, R.P.

Volume: 
34
Issue: 
2
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