Monitoring Bird Populations Using Mist Nets. SAB No. 29

by RALPH, C. John; DUNN, Erica H.
Monitoring Bird Populations Using Mist Nets. SAB No. 29

Monitoring Bird Populations Using Mist Nets. SAB No. 29

by RALPH, C. John; DUNN, Erica H.

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Release Date: 1/1/2004

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Studies in Avian Biology No. 29. CONTENTS:
Use of mist nets as a tool for bird population monitoring. Erica H. Dunn and C. John Ralph
Effects of mist-netting frequency on capture rates at Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) stations Kenneth M. Burton and David F. DeSante
Monitoring productivity with multiple mist-net stations. C. John Ralph, Kimberly Hollinger, and Sherri L. Miller
Influence of mist-netting intensity on demographic investigations of avian populations. Grant Ballard, Geoffrey R. Geupel, and Nadav Nur
Methodological considerations of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program. David F. DeSante, James F. Saracco, Danielle R. O'Grady, Kenneth M. Burton, and Brett L. Walker
Current practices in the British Trust for Ornithology Constant Effort Sites scheme and comparisons of temporal changes in mist-net captures with changes in spot-mapping counts at the extensive scale. Will J. Peach, Stephen R. Baillie, and Stephen T. Buckland
Relationship of juveniles captured in constant-effort netting with local abundance. Chris R. du Feu and John M. McMeeking
Estimates of adult survival, capture probability, and recapture probability: evaluating and validating constant-effort mist netting. Nadav Nur, Geoffrey R. Geupel, and Grant Ballard
Estimating adult survival rates from between-year recaptures in the British Trust for
Ornithology Constant Effort Sites scheme. Will J. Peach and Stephen R. Baillie
A European example of standardized mist netting in population studies of birds. Andreas Kaiser and Peter Berthold
Determining productivity indices from age composition of migrants captured for banding: problems and possible solutions. David J. T. Hussell
An investigation of productivity indices derived from banding of fall migrants. Erica H. Dunn, David J. T. Hussell, and Raymond J. Adams
Optimizing the allocation of count days in a migration monitoring program. Len Thomas, Geoffrey R. Geupel, Nadav Nur, and Grant Ballard.
Use of mist nets for monitoring landbird autumn population trends, and comparison with other methods. Peter Berthold
A comparison of three count methods for monitoring songbird abundance during spring migration: capture, census, and estimated totals. Erica H. Dunn, David J. T. Hussell, Charles M. Francis, and Jon D. McCracken
A comparison of constant-effort mist netting results at a coastal and inland New England site during migration. Christopher C. Rimmer, Steven D. Faccio, Trevor L. Lloyd-Evans, and John M. Hagan, III
Mist netting trans-Gulf migrants at coastal stopover sites: the infl uence of spatial and temporal variability on capture data. Theodore R. Simons, Frank R. Moore, and Sidney A. Gauthreaux
Bird population studies in Puerto Rico using mist nets: general patterns and comparisons with point counts John Faaborg, Wayne J. Arendt, and Katie M. Dugger
Coping with mist-net capture-rate bias: canopy height and several extrinsic factors. Elizabeth P. Mallory, Nicholas Brokaw, and Steven C. Hess
Use of mist nets for study of neotropical bird communities. Andrew A. Whitman
Some consequences of using counts of birds banded as indices to populations. John R. Sauer and William A. Link
On the use of capture-recapture models in mist-net studies. William L. Kendall, John R. Sauer, James D. Nichols, Roger Pradel, and James E. Hines
Effectiveness of informal banding training at three western Canadian banding stations. Brenda C. Dale
Recommendations for the use of mist nets for inventory and monitoring of bird populations C. John Ralph, Erica H. Dunn, Will J. Peach, and Colleen M. Handel

ISBN: 9780943610610

Publisher: Cooper Ornithological Society

Year of Publication: 2004

Page Count: 211

Shipping Weight: 1.50 lb