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Journal of Raptor Research, Volume 33, Number 1 (1999)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Journal of Raptor Research
Year: 
1999
Volume: 
33
Issue: 
1 (March)


CONTENTS


SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES

Poisoning of Raptors with Organophosphorus and Carbamate Pesticides with Emphasis on Canada, U.S. and U.K.. 1-37.
Pierre Mineau, Mark R. Fletcher, Linda C. Glaser, Nancy J. Thomas, Candace Brassard, Laurie K. Wilson, John E. Elliott, Linda A. Lyon, Charles J. Henny, Trent Bollinger, Stuart L. Porter.

EXPANDED ABSTRACTS

Solving Raptor-Human Conflicts. 38.
Robert E. Kenward.
Creating Raptor Benefits from Powerline Problems. 39-42.
Michael N. Kochert, Richard R. Olendorff.
Preventing Birds of Prey Problems at Transmission Lines in Western Europe. 43-48.
Patrick Bayle.
Raptor use and Abuse of Powerlines in Southern Africa. 49-52.
John A. Ledger, Jonathan C.A. Hobbs.
Using a Gis to Integrate Seasonal Raptor Distributions Into a Bird Avoidance Model for Aircraft. 53-58.
Michael M. Thompson.
Seasonal Variation in Birdstrike Rate for Two North American Raptors: Turkey Vulture (Cathartes Aura) and Red-Tailed Hawk (Buteo Jamaicensis). 59-62.
T. Adam Kelly.
Raptor Attacks on People. 63-66.
James W. Parker.
The Extent, Cost and Control of Livestock Predation by Eagles with a Case Study on Black Eagles (Aquila Verreauxii) in the Karoo. 67-72.
Robert A. G. Davies.
Raptor Predation Problems and Solutions. 73-75.
Robert E. Kenward.

NEWS AND REVIEWS

Book Reviews. 76-78.
 

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