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- 1Asammoah, S. A.
- 1Bork, E. W.
- 1Bush, Albert O.
- 1Butterworth, Eric Wynn.
- 1Donaghey, Richard Hallam.
- 1Lamothe, Pierre.
A study of the structure and organization of intestinal helminth communities in ten species of waterfowl (Anatinae)Download
Doctoral thesis. Intestinal helminth communities of 97 birds representing 10 species of ducks were compared along two resource axes: host (habitat) and intestinal (microhabitat).
Biology of king eider (Somateria spectabilis) in a fresh water breeding area on Bathurst Island, N.W.T.Download
Masters thesis resulting from studies of the king eider made in 1971 and 1972. Special emphasis was placed on the reproductive cycle.
Effects of flood seasonality and frequency on northern pintail and other breeding ducks in managed prairie wetlandsDownload
Anthropogenic flooding to create wetlands is a management option intended to compensate for historical loss of natural wetlands in the Dry Mixedgrass Prairie of western Canada. It may help moderate or reverse declines in density of breeding Northern Pintails (Anas acuta L.) and other waterfowl....
Evaluation of Radar and Cameras as Tools for Automating the Monitoring of Waterbirds at Industrial SitesDownload
Conflict occurs between people and birds at industrial sites around the world, where birds can endanger human lives (e.g. airports) and where bird populations are endangered by human activities (e.g. wind farms). Mitigating these conflicts requires accurate detection of birds and measures of...
Doctoral thesis. Faunal similarities among the helminth infracommunities of 45 lesser scaup, Aythya a Hinis, from 13 lakes, representing 3 district biomes in Alberta, were compared using multivariate techniques.
Spacing behaviour of breeding buffleheads (Bucephala albeola) on ponds in the southern boreal forestDownload
Masters thesis. Study was carried out for three field seasons at ponds situated north of Atikameg in the Utikuma-Lesser Slave Lakes region of north-central Alberta.