Dedicated to the study and conservation of Pacific Seabirds and their environment.

Technical Publications

Technical Publications can include workshop proceedings, seabird catalogs, survey protocols, reports of regional or species studies, conservation reports, and a variety of technical works that are too large for the inclusion in Pacific Seabirds. Manuscripts dealing with any aspect of the biology or conservation of marine birds or their environment will be considered for publication. Funding for Technical Publications may be available.  Interested authors should contact the PSG Communications Committee Coordinator to discuss preparation and submission of manuscripts.  See the PSG Handbook for more information.

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PSG Technical Publication Number 1: Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Seabird Restoration Workshop

Exxon Valdez Oil Spill, Restoration Project Final Report, Restoration Project 95038; September 1997
Edited by:  Kenneth I. Warheit, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Habitat Management, 600 Capitol Way N., Olympia, WA 98501-1091. warhekiw@dfw.wa.govCraig S. Harrison, P.O. Box 19230, Washington, DC 20036. charrison@hunton.comGeorge J. Divoky, Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK 99775.

PSG  Technical Publication Number 2: Methods for Surveying Marbled Murrelets in Forests: A Revised Protocol for Land Management and Research

Author: Marbled Murrelet Technical Committee.

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