2 edition of Ecology and management of migrant shorebirds in the Playa Lakes region of Texas found in the catalog.
Ecology and management of migrant shorebirds in the Playa Lakes region of Texas
Craig A. Davis
by Wildlife Society in Bethesda, MD
|Other titles||Shorebird ecology and management, Journal of wildlife management. Vol. 62, no. 4 (October 1988)|
|Statement||by Craig A. Davis and Loren M. Smith.|
|Series||Wildlife monographs -- no. 140|
|Contributions||Smith, Loren M, Wildlife Society|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
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Ecology and management of migrant shorebirds in the Playa Lakes region of Texas. Bethesda, MD: Wildlife Society, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Craig A Davis; Loren M Smith; Wildlife Society. Ph.D. (Wildlife Science), Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Dissertation: Ecology of Migrant Shorebirds in the Playa Lakes Region of Texas.
Smith, Advisor) Professional Experience present Professor and Bollenbach Chair in Wildlife, Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK. Betw playa lakes are in the playa lakes region of the southern high plains (Fig. Most playas are in west Texas (ab), and fewer, in New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Colorado.
The playa lakes region is one of the most intensively cultivated areas of North America. Dominant crops range from cotton in southern areas to cereal grains in the north. Because shorebirds spend much of their time away from breeding areas, a substantial section on non-breeding biology covers migration, foraging ecology, and social behavior.
The text also covers shorebird demography, population size, and management issues related to habitat, predators, and human disturbances. Request PDF | Shorebird Breeding Biology in Wetlands of the Playa Lakes, Texas, USA | Wetlands in the Playa Lakes Region of Texas are important habitats for North American wintering waterfowl and.
Ecology and management of migrant shorebirds in the Playa Lakes Region of Texas. Wildlife Monograph Publications (includes peer-reviewed publications and non-refereed book chapters; * = graduate student). Behavior of migrant shorebirds in playas of the Southern High Plains.
Condor C. and L. Smith. Ecology and management of migrant shorebirds in the Playa Lakes Region of Texas. Wildlife Monographs Davis, C. A., L. Smith, and W. Conway. Lipid reserves of migrant shorebirds during spring in playas of the.
Behavior of Migrant Shorebirds in Saline Lakes of the Southern Great Plains Ecology and management of migrant shorebirds in the Playa Lakes Region of Texas. Foraging Ecology of Migrant Shorebirds in Saline Lakes of the Southern Great Plains ADRIAN E.
ANDREI1,2, L. SMITH3, D. HAUKOS4, J. SURLES5 AND W. JOHNSON6 1Texas Tech University, BoxLubbock, TXUSA 2Present address: Department of Agriculture and Environmental Science, Lincoln University, FHJefferson Cited by: Wetlands in the Playa Lakes Region of Texas are important habitats for North American wintering waterfowl and migrant shorebirds.
However, shorebird breeding biology has been overlooked in characterizing the region's ecological importance. and Snowy Plover (C. alexandrinus) breeding ecology were studied in playas, saline lakes, and riparian. —American Avocet, Black-necked Stilt, Breeding Biology, Killdeer, Playas, Playa Lakes Region of Texas, Saline Lakes, Snowy Plover.
Waterbirds 28(2):Wetlands in the Southern Great Plains (SGP) and Playa Lakes Region (PLR) of Tex-as provide important habitat for migrant shorebirds as stopover sites between the Gulf. Full Description: "Describes the characteristics and behavior of bald eagles, discusses its lifecycle and ecology, and explains the forces that threaten it with extinction The bald eagle makes the reader have stronger analytical thinking skills.
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Ecology and Management of Migrant Shorebirds in the Playa Lakes Region of Texas. Wildlife Monographs 45 pages. Haukos, D. A., and L. Smith. Common Flora of Playa Lakes.
Texas Tech Univers ity Press. Lubbock, TX. pages. Haukos, D. A., and L. Smith. Scientific Papers and Book Chapters (chronological order; non. Cynthia, A.
& William, M.T. () Community concordance between the fish and aquatic birds of lakes in northern Alberta, Canada: the relative importance of environmental and biotic factors.
Fresh Water Biology: 43, Davis, C. & L. Smith, Ecology and management of migrant shorebirds in Playa Lakes Region of Texas. BEHAVIOR OF MIGRANT SHOREBIRDS IN PLAYAS OF THE SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS, TEXAS’ CRAIG A. DAVIS~ AND LOREN M. SMITH Department of Range, Wildlife, and Fisheries Management, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX Abstract.
Playas in the Southern High Plains (SHP) are important for migrant shore. Ecology and management of playa lakes. Pages in C. Britton and D. Wester (editors). Research Highlights -Noxious Brush and Weed Control, Range, Wildlife, and Fisheries Management, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas. SHOREBIRD HABITAT USE AND NEST-SITE SELECTION IN THE PLAYA LAKES REGION.
WARREN C. CONWAY, 1. Wildlife and Fisheries Management Institute, Department of Range, Wildlife, and Fisheries Manage-ment, Mail StopTexas Tech University, Lubbock, TXUSA LOREN M. SMITH, 2.
Techniques for wildlife habitat management of wetlands (Book Review). Ecology Haukos, D.A. and L.M. Smith. Moist-soil management of playa lakes for migrating and wintering ducks. Wildlife Society Bulletin Haukos, D.A. and L.M.
Smith. Seed-bank structure and predictive ability of field vegetation in playa lakes. Playa lake ecology. There is a serious lack of knowledge regarding the current and potential contribution of playa lakes, both large and small, to shorebird conservation.
Playa lake ecological function needs to be studied and remote lakes need to be surveyed by air to assess their importance to shorebirds. Davis, C. and Smith, L. Ecology and Management of Migrant Shorebirds in the Playa Lakes Region of Texas. The Wildlife Society,Wildlife Monographs, Number pages with 3 figures and 19 tables.
Softbound, very good condition. Ali, S. The book of Indian birds (8th ed.) Bombay Natural History Society, Bombay. Ecology and management of migrant shorebirds in the Playa lakes region of Texas. Wildl. Monogr. 1 – Derek, P., Counting Birds. Although spring migration is an essential activity for most wetland bird species, ecology of migrating birds in their stopover habitat is poorly understood (Arzel et al.Drent et al.Newton ).At least 25 waterfowl species and 38 shorebird species use wetlands in the Great Plains as stopover sites during spring migration (SkagenSmithCited by: C.A.
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