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Status and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet in North America

H. R. Carter and M. L. Morrison (Editors)
Published 1992 in Proceedings of the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, Volume 5, #1

  • Cover, Inside Cover, Frontispiece, Table of Contents, Pgs 1- 4
    Carter, H. R. Introduction.
  • Pgs 5-16
    Mendenhall, V. M. Distribution, Breeding Records, and Conservation Problems of the Marbled Murrelet in Alaska.
  • Pgs 17-41
    Rodway, M. S., H. R. Carter, S. G. Sealy, and R. W. Campbell. Status of the Marbled Murrelet in British Columbia.
  • Pgs 42-47
    Leschner, L. L., and E. B. Cummins. Breeding Records, Inland Distribution, and Threats of the Marbled Murrelet in Washington from 1905 to 1987.
  • Pgs 48-60
    Speich, S. M., T. R. Wahl, and D. A. Manuwal. The Numbers of Marbled Murrelets in Washington Marine Waters.
  • Pgs 61-91
    Nelson, S. K., M. L. C. McAllister, M. A. Stern, D. H. Varoujean, and J. M. Scott. The Marbled Murrelet in Oregon, 1899-1987.
  • Pgs 92-108
    Carter, H. R., and R. A. Erickson. Status and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet in California, 1892-1987.
  • Pgs 109-116
    Paton, P. W. C., C. J. Ralph, and R. A. Erickson. Use of an Inland Site in Northwestern California by Marbled Murrelets.
  • Pgs 117-121
    Quinlan, S. E., and J. H. Hughes. Techniques for Capture and Radio Tagging of Marbled Murrelets.
  • Pgs 122-133
    Speich, S. M. (Compiler) Marbled Murrelet Bibliography.

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