CURRENT RESEARCH & STUDIES:

Atlantic Flyway Seaduck Study Perry M.C, and E.J.R. Lohnes. 2001., Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laurel, MD. 
http://www.pwrc.usgs.gov/resshow/perry/scoters/

Barrow's Goldeneye Research, Canadian Wildlife Service
 http://www.wul.qc.ec.gc.ca/faune/sauvagine/html/satellite_bg.html

Behaviour and Ecology of Sea Ducks, Goudie, R. Ian, Margaret R. Petersen, and Gregory J. Robertson, eds. 1999. Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada, Ottawa.
http://www.cws-scf.ec.gc.ca/pub/ops/op100_e.html

Common Eider Satellite Tracking Study 
http://seaduckjv.org/coei.html

Harlequin duck Research, Canadian Wildlife Service http://www.wul.qc.ec.gc.ca/faune/sauvagine/html/hd_satellite.html

King Eiders Satellite tracking in western arctic, North America
http://www.mb.ec.gc.ca/ENGLISH/LIFE/MIGBIRDS/KingEider/kingeider_e.html

Satellite Telemetry Studies
http://seaduckjv.org/ststoc.html

Seaduck Specialist Group National Environmental Research Institute of Denmark http://seaduck.dmu.dk

Seaduck Studies in North America 2000 SDJV 
http://seaduckjv.org/ssna.html

Scoter Satellite Telemetry. Rosenberg, D.H. and M.P. Petrula. 1998. ADFG. Version current at February 13, 2001.
http://www.state.ak.us/adfg/wildlife/duck/scoter/surf.htm.

 

Alaska Wild Animal Recovery Effort
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907-235-3877 (FAX) 907-235-5330
E-mail: bear@alaska.net