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Birds and habitat : relationships in changing landscapes
edited by Robert J. Fuller.
Veterinary Medicine Library Call Number
  Stacks QL698.95 .B579 2012 (Browse Shelf) Available
Other Authors
  • ISBN: 9780521897563 (hardback)
  • ISBN: 0521897564 (hardback)
  • ISBN: 9780521722339 (pbk.)
  • ISBN: 0521722330 (pbk.)
  • OCLC Number: 794922701
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents

Machine generated contents note: List of contributors; Preface; Part I. The Complexity of Patterns and Processes: 1. The bird and its habitat: an overview of concepts Robert J. Fuller; 2. Habitat quality and habitat occupancy by birds in variable environments Robert J. Fuller; 3. Spatial variation and temporal shifts in habitat use by birds at the European scale Tomasz Wesołowski and Robert J. Fuller; 4. Mechanisms and processes underlying landscape structure effects on bird populations Paul M. Dolman; 5. Avian responses to transitional habitats in temperate cultural landscapes: woodland edges and young growth Robert J. Fuller; 6. Habitat associations of birds in complex changing cultural landscapes Shelley A. Hinsley and Simon Gillings; 7. The importance of habitat heterogeneity at multiple scales for birds in European agricultural landscapes Juliet Vickery and Raphaël Arlettaz; Part II. Case Studies of Habitat Use and Selection: 8. Spatial variation and habitat relationships in moorland bird assemblages: a British perspective Murray C. Grant and James W. Pearce-Higgins; 9. Arctic-alpine mountain birds in northern Europe: contrasts between specialists and generalists Des B. A. Thompson, John Atle Kålås and Ingvar Byrkjedal; 10. Bird-habitat relationships in reedswamps and fens Gillian Gilbert and Ken W. Smith; 11. Breeding waders on wet grassland: factors influencing habitat suitability Malcolm Ausden and Mark Bolton; 12. Processes influencing bird use of estuarine mudflats and saltmarshes in western Europe Jennifer A. Gill; 13. Avian habitat use on the non-estuarine intertidal coast Niall H. K. Burton; 14. Temperate western European woodland as a dynamic environment for birds: a resource-based view Robert J. Fuller, Ken W. Smith and Shelley A. Hinsley; Part III. Wider Perspectives: 15. What is habitat quality? Dissecting a research portfolio on shorebirds Theunis Piersma; 16. Understanding individual life histories and habitat choices: implications for explaining population patterns and processes Beat Naef-Daenzer; 17. Insufficient adaptation to climate change alters avian habitat quality and thereby changes habitat selection Christiaan Both; 18. Australian birds in a changing landscape: 220 years of European colonisation Tara G. Martin, Carla P. Catterall, Adrian D. Manning and Judit Szabo; 19. Birds in cultural landscapes: actual and perceived differences between north-east North America and western Europe Jean-Louis Martin, Pierre Drapeau, Lenore Fahrig, Kathryn Freemark Lindsay, David Anthony Kirk, Adam C. Smith and Marc-Andre; Villard; 20. Birds and their changing habitat: thoughts on research and conservation strategies Robert J. Fuller; Index.