History & Range Expansion of Peregrine Falcons in the Thule Area, Northwest Greenland by Jeff A. Johnson, Kurt K. Burnham, Andrew G. Gosler, Ian Newton, William A. Burnham (Paperback, 2012)
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- DescriptionThis book covers the discovery and history of the most rthern breeding population of Peregrine Falcons in the world, near Thule Air Base in rth-west Greenland (75.9-77.6 N). Although the region was explored by scientific expeditions as early as 1818, Peregrines were t documented in the area until the 1930s. By the early 1990s the population had become well established, with a warming climate enabling Peregrines from further south to expand their breeding range rthward. Here Burnham and his co-authors present their comprehensive findings on the biology and ecology of this population based on thirteen years of research from 1993 to 2005.
- Author BiographyKurt K. Burnham has worked throughout Greenland studying Peregrine Falcons and Gyrfalcons for the past 22 years. Ian Newton is a British ornithologist who has worked on many different aspects of avian ecology. Jeff A. Johnson is an Assistant Professor at University of North Texas and interested in conservation, population genetics, phylogeography and evolution.
- Author(s)Andrew G. Gosler,Ian Newton,Jeff A. Johnson,Kurt K. Burnham,William A. Burnham
- PublisherMuseum Tusculanum Press
- Date of Publication07/12/2012
- SubjectNatural History: Animal & Wildlife
- Place of PublicationCopenhagen
- Country of PublicationDenmark
- ImprintMuseum Tusculanum Press
- Content Noteillus
- Weight336 g
- Width200 mm
- Height270 mm
- Spine8 mm
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