An annotated bibliography of Oregon bird literature - download pdf or read online
By George A. Jobanek
This exhaustive, richly annotated source fills an immense hole in Oregon chook literature. George Jobanek has rigorously searched dozens of early ornithological, medical, and common heritage journals and courses, from American box to Zoe, for files of Oregon birds. end result of the rarity of many references and their inaccessibility to so much readers, the writer has supplied annotations for every of the approximately thousand entries. Jobanek conveys in a concise demeanour the salient issues of every article and regularly rates from the references, particularly descriptions of abundance and diversity. moreover, some of the annotations comprise mentioning of contemporary references.By in brief describing each one merchandise, Jobanek unearths its usefulness for modern readers. References are prepared through writer and cross-indexed via species, county, key be aware, and 12 months of booklet. keyword phrases akin to habit, conservation, distribution, migration, nesting, plumage, and taxonomy were assigned to every access to mirror the first subject or subject of the Oregon fabric of the reference. A gazetteer identifies localities pointed out within the annotations.This bibliography is a precious new source for pro and expert novice ornithologists, flora and fauna managers, ecologists, traditional historians, librarians, and an individual attracted to birds within the Pacific Northwest. Its references will supply researchers a base for destiny experiences and make allowance readers a glimpse of an past, golden period in ornithology.
Read or Download An annotated bibliography of Oregon bird literature published before 1935 PDF
Similar environmentalism books
The Amazonian territories of Brazil, Bolivia, and Ecuador surround approximately half the world's last tropical rainforest and comprise a wealth of biodiversity whose worth we have now purely began to understand. Deforestation and Land Use within the Amazon is an authoritative research of the socioeconomic and biophysical components working at neighborhood, nationwide, and international degrees that serve to advertise deforestation during this smooth area.
The mode of improvement that the realm and India has has resulted in a state of affairs the place we're surrounded through quite a few harmful ingredients in our daily lives, which impact the well-being of individuals, of different dwelling creatures, and of the planet as a complete. Our poisonous international is an attempt to polish a prepared mild on those components, and recommend possible choices that may enable readers to enhance the actual caliber in their lives and in their setting.
Within the gentle of the looming ecological hindrance dealing with the realm this day, a lot of the beautiful great thing about the wildlife is being misplaced ceaselessly. at the beginning of attractiveness seeks to confront this challenge via a philosophical enquiry into our belief of usual attractiveness. via discussions of diverse fields together with the philosophy of technological know-how, environmental ethics, rationalism, and jap and Western faith, Griffin asserts that attractiveness itself could be the catalyst had to keep the globe from destruction.
Catherine Potvin, Margaret Kraenzel, and Gilles Seutin requested scientists from constructing nations to summarize their studies of foreign collaboration and to signify attitudes and practices that may bring about extra fruitful exchanges with northern scientists. additionally they requested students to supply an analytical framework within which those matters can be mentioned and to spot attainable ideas to questions comparable to: What are the tasks of first global scientists curious about conservation activities in constructing international locations?
- Blue Revolution
- The Ragged Edge of the World: Encounters at the Frontier Where Modernity, Wildlands and Indigenous Peoples Meet
- Cooking Green: Reducing Your Carbon Footprint in the Kitchen
- Scenario innovation: experiences from a European experimental garden
- Permissible Dose - History of Radiation Protection
- The Environment: A Revolution in Attitudes (Information Plus Reference Series)
Extra resources for An annotated bibliography of Oregon bird literature published before 1935
Red-eyed Vireo in Oregon. Mazama 4:84. C. " This is the first record in the literature of the Red-eyed Vireo occurring in Oregon. Shelton collected his Red-eyed Vireo specimen 9 July 1915 13 miles southwest of Grants Pass, Josephine Co. Key word: distribution 65 Anonymous 1915. Chinese or Ring-necked Pheasants liberated. Oregon Sportsman 3:1013. Lists 3045 Ring-necked Pheasants released in 1914 in Baker, Clatsop, Coos, Crook [perhaps includes Deschutes and Jefferson], Douglas, Grant, Harney, Hood River, Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, Lake, Page 13 Lincoln, Malheur, Morrow, Multnomah, Sherman, Tillamook, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Wasco, and Wheeler Counties.
N. Denny's introduction of the Ring-necked Pheasant into Oregon. "It has been stated by an eminent authority on pheasants that in 1893, there were more Chinese [=Ring-necked] pheasants in Oregon than in the Chinese Empire. " Key words: economics, introduction 99 Anonymous 1925. Wild Turkeys for Oregon. s. 1(6):23. Discusses the possibility of establishing the Wild Turkey as an Oregon game bird. " Key word: introduction 100 Anonymous 1925. Banner year for game farms. s. 2(1 ):1718. ; and Pendleton, Umatilla Co.
C. Kendall at Marshfield, Coos Co. Key word: distribution 102 Anonymous 1926. Wallowa County rich in birds. s. 2(3):23. " Estimates are Page 19 5000 Gray Partridges, 20,000 Ring-necked Pheasants, 125 Spruce Grouse, 20,000 Blue Grouse, 6000 Ruffed Grouse, "a very few" Sharp-tailed Grouse, and 8200 Northern Bobwhite, California Quail, and Mountain Quail [species not differentiated]. Key words: distribution, population 103 Anonymous 1926. Bird has return ticket. s. 2(3):24. C. Lincoln, 1927, Returns from banded birds, 19231926 (#1169), p.
An annotated bibliography of Oregon bird literature published before 1935 by George A. Jobanek