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Ecology and conservation of birds of the Salton Sink

Ecology and conservation of birds of the Salton Sink

an endangered ecosystem

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Published by Cooper Ornithological Society in Camarillo, CA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California,
  • Salton Trough
    • Subjects:
    • Birds -- Ecology -- California -- Salton Trough -- Congresses.,
    • Birds -- Conservation -- California -- Salton Trough -- Congresses.,
    • Endangered ecosystems -- California -- Salton Trough -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementW. David Shuford and Kathy C. Molina, editors.
      GenreCongresses.
      SeriesStudies in avian biology ;, no. 27
      ContributionsShuford, W. David, 1949-, Molina, K. C., Western Field Ornithologists., Cooper Ornithological Society.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL676.56.C2 E29 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 169 p. :
      Number of Pages169
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3313444M
      ISBN 101891276379
      LC Control Number2004101014

      Geochelidon [=Sterna] nilotica vanrossemi on birds taken by Pemberton and described by Bancroft in B. and M. Clary published several distributional records in the s and important collections were made by E. A. Cardiff in the s and s. A fuller understanding of the diversity of birds using the Salton Sink, including an array of. Evans Ogden, L.J. () Book Review of: Ecology and Conservation of Birds of the Salton Sink: an Endangered Ecosystem – Edited by W. D. Shuford and K. C. Molina. Journal of Field Ornithology 76(2)– Evans Ogden, L.J. () Book Review of: The Sacred Balance. D. Suzuki and A. McConnell. Canadian Field Naturalist (3)

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      Conservation biology is the scientific study of the nature and status of Earth's biodiversity with the aim of protecting species, their habitats, | Explore the latest full-text research PDFs. From to Dave worked for Point Blue Conservation Science, retiring in as a Senior Scientist in the Pacific Coast and Central Valley Group. His research focuses on the status, habitat use, and conservation needs of waterbirds in California and .


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Get this from a library. Ecology and conservation of birds of the Salton Sink: an endangered ecosystem. [W David Shuford; K C Molina; Western Field Ornithologists.; Cooper Ornithological Society.;] -- "The result of two symposia held on the past and present status of the avifauna of the Salton Sea: the first in the Imperial Valley in the summer of sponsored by the Western.

BOOK REVIEWS Ecology and Conservation of Birds of the Salton Sink: An Endan- gered Ecosystem, by W. David Shuford and Kathy C. Molina (eds.). Stud- ies in Avian Biology No. 27, Cooper Ornithological Society. vii + pages, many black-and-white and color illustrations, maps, figures, tables.

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This book is the first thoroughly detailed book to describe the birds of Salton Sea, more than species and subspecies in all. A major contribution to our knowledge about the birds of western North America, it will also be an important tool in the struggle to save this highly endangered by: In: Shuford WD, Molina KC, eds.

Ecology and Conservation of Birds of the Salton Sink: An Endangered Ecosystem. Studies in Avian Biology No. Camarillo, CA: Cooper Ornithological Society,pp.

R (Final) Other: Book Review Exit; Book Chapter (3) Journal Article: Barlow SB, Kugrens P. Cryptomonads from the Salton Sea. This book is the first thoroughly detailed book to describe the birds of Salton Sea, more than species and subspecies in all.

A major contribution to our knowledge about the birds of western North America, it will also be an important tool in the struggle to save this highly endangered area. This book is the first thoroughly detailed book to describe the birds of Salton Sea, more than species and subspecies in all.

A major contribution to our knowledge about the birds of western North America, it will also be an important tool in the struggle to save this highly endangered area.

The Salton Sea, California’s largest inland lake, supports a spectacular bird population that is among the most concentrated and most diverse in the world. Sadly, this crucial stopover along the Pacific Flyway for migratory and wintering shorebirds, landbirds, and waterfowl is dangerously close to collapse from several environmental threats.

This book is the first thoroughly detailed book. The Salton Sink lies between the southern Coachella Valley and the northern Mexicali Valley. The long history of the Salton Trough ranges from its connection with the Gulf of California during the Tertiary Period to the maximum spread of Lake Cahuilla beginning s years ago.

Heavy deposits of silt from the Colorado River eventually accumulated along the southern. wat rbird. in the Salton Sink. The potential ef­ fect we po. it probably drive the occurrenc of ome pecies more than others, but a broad view adds an important perspective to region-wide pattern.

f occurrence, and emphasizes the place held by the Salton Sea in th gr ater lower Col­ orado River region (Fig. In many ways the. This book is the first thoroughly detailed book to describe the birds of Salton Sea, more than species and subspecies in all. A major contribution to our knowledge about the birds of western North America, it will also be an important tool in the struggle to save this highly endangered s: 1.

Ecology is the science of the study of ecosystems. Ecological balance has been defined by various online dictionaries as "a state of dynamic equilibrium within a. Ecology and Conservation of Birds of the Salton Sink: An Endangered Ecosystem Editors: W.

David Shuford and Kathy C. Molina Studies In Avian Biology Cooper Ornithological Society. Buy from   The book is divided into five main sections: “A History of the Salton Sink,” “Conservation and Management Issues,” “Biogeography of the Salton Sea,” “A Checklist of the Birds of the Salton Sea,” and “The Species Accounts.”.

Read the new Audubon conservation report Status of Birds at the Salton Sea. More than species of birds make regular use of the Salton Sea, and it has been designated an Audubon Important Bird Area of global significance. As it exists now, the Sea: Ninety percent of the overwintering population of Eared Grebes come to the Salton Sea in.

Rocke TE, Nol P, Pelizza C, Sturm KK. Type C botulism in pelicans and other fish-eating birds at the Salton Sea, California, In: Shuford WD, Molina KC, eds. Ecology and Conservation of Birds of the Salton Sink: An Endangered Ecosystem.

Studies in Avian Biology No. Camarillo, CA: Cooper Ornithological Society,pp. Browse and buy a vast selection of Biology, Ecology, Behavior Books and Collectibles on Passion for books. Sign On My Account Basket Help. Menu. My Account Ecology and Conservation of Birds of the Salton Sink: An Endangered Ecosystem.

SAB No. Shuford, W. David; Cooper Ornithological Society; Molina. All species and subspecies are certainly recorded in the Salton Sink checklist. When a particular specimen is assumed to represent a given taxon, the museum is given in brackets if the checklist did not directly check the specimen.

Species accounts should be consulted for more detail about any species or subspecies in the Salton Sea checklist.

Birders wanting more conventional site. Get this from a library. Birds of the Salton Sea: status, biogeography, and ecology. [Michael A Patten; Guy McCaskie; Philip Unitt] -- The Salton Sea, California's largest inland lake, supports a huge bird population that is among the most concentrated and most diverse in the world.

Sadly this environment is close to collapse from. Ecology and Conservation of the Birds of the Salton Sink: An Endangered Ecosystem Edited byW. David Shuford and Kathy C.

Molina. Cooper Ornithological Society. c/o Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, Calle San Pablo, Camarillo, California, USA. USD Paper. The Salton Sea has long fascinated me. I have never. The Salton Sink is the low point of an Endorheic basin, a closed drainage system with no outflows to other bodies of water, in the Colorado Desert sub region of the Sonoran sink falls within the larger Salton Trough and separates the Coachella Valley from the Imperial Valley, which are also segments of the Salton lowest point of the sink is ft .The Salton Sea is a shallow, saline, endorheic rift lake located directly on the San Andreas Fault, predominantly in the U.S.

state of California's Imperial and Coachella valleys. The lake occupies the lowest elevations of the Salton Sink in the Colorado Desert of Imperial and Riverside counties in Southern surface is ft ( m) below sea level as of January.

The Atlas is a fundamental source enabling a better understanding of the Salton Sea and its environs. Shuford, W.D. and Molina, K.C. (Eds.) (), Ecology and Conservation of Birds of the Salton Sink: An Endangered Ecosystem.

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