2 edition of ecological distribution of birds in southern Africa found in the catalog.
ecological distribution of birds in southern Africa
J. M. Winterbottom
1972 by Percy Fitz Patrick Institute of African Ornithology in [Cape Town] .
Written in English
|Statement||by J.M. Winterbottom.|
|Series||Monographs of the Percy Fitzpatrick Institute of African Ornithology -- no. 1|
|Contributions||Percy FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology (Cape Town, South Africa)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
Updates & Corrections – August UPDATES and CORRECTIONS, to accompany the eBird/Clements Checklist v spreadsheet F.A. Speciation and ecological distribution of American jays of the genus Aphelocoma. University of California Publications in Zoology Roberts Birds of southern Africa. Trustees of the John. Ecological Niches and Geographic Distributions (MPB) "When it comes to explaining the theory and practice of niche modeling and species distribution modeling, this is the right book at the right time by the right authors. The book provides a vigorous exploration of a key concept—the ecological niche—and an equally vigorous discussion. Birds of Rajasthan. by Vyas, Rakesh. , pp, ISBN: hardcover; this is an introductory guide to about species found in the northwest region of India's Rajasthan, adjacent to Pakistan; each bird receives one medium-sized but good color photograph; an additional photograph is shown for the female for 52 of the species at the end of the book; the half-page of material for. In his classic book On the Origin of the Species (), Darwin devoted two chapters to plant and animal distribution. He noted that each continent or region had representative and distinctive species, yet each species possessed some qualities and characteristics found .
This book presents an up-to-date, detailed and thorough review of the most fascinating ecological findings of bird migration. It deals with all aspects of this absorbing subject, including the problems of navigation and vagrancy, the timing and physiological control of migration, the factors that limit their populations, and more.
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The distribution of pleurodiran turtles reflects the historical geologic links between Australia, southern Africa, and South America, a Gondwanan distribution. Cryptobranchid, plethodontid, and salamandrid salamanders occur both in North America and Eurasia, suggesting an ancient distribution.
OCLC Number: Description: xxiv, pages: illustrations, maps ; 25 cm: Contents: The pleistocene environment in Southern Africa / H.B.S. Cooke --Pollen analysis and its contribution to the palaeoecology of the pleistocene in Southern Africa / E.M.
van Zinderen Bakker --The pleistocene mammals of Southern Africa / R.F. Ewer and H.B.S. Cooke --The ecology of the South African man. Climate change and variability pose a threat to wildlife resources in semi-arid savannahs. With examples from selected protected areas in Southern Africa, this chapter highlights studies on detected climate changes particularly rainfall and temperature, outlines the predicted and observed impacts of climate change and variability on wildlife resources in savannah ecosystems and highlights the Cited by: 2.
Ornithology is a branch of zoology that concerns the study of l aspects of ornithology differ from related disciplines, due partly to the high visibility and the aesthetic appeal of birds. It has also been an area with a large contribution made by amateurs in terms of time, resources, and financial support.
Schmiedel, U., and N. Jürgens. Community structure on unusual habitat islands, a comparison of quartz field vegetation in the Knersvlakte and Little Karoo of southern Africa’s Succulent Karoo.
Plant Ecology Sinclair, I., and P. Hockey. The Larger Field Guide to Birds of Southern Africa. Struik, Cape Town. OCLC Number: Description: xxiv, pages: illustrations. Contents: The pleistocene environment in Southern Africa / H.B.S. Cooke --Pollen analysis and its contribution to the palaeoecology of the pleistocene in Southern Africa / E.M.
van Zinderen Bakker --The pleistocene mammals of Southern Africa / R.F. Ewer and H.B.S. Cooke --The ecology of the South African man-apes / R.A. Dart.
Resident and nomadic birds, both insectivores and granivores, were counted at 40 sites along a km east–west oval transect in the southern Karoo.
Total species richness averaged 3005±531 (S.D.) species per site, with less than half of the species being resident, and Cited by: Karasov, W. () Digestion in birds: chemical and physiological determinants and ecological implications, Studies in Avian Biology, no 39, pp.
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Inthe Dana Brown Woods were dark and dense. Schultze, R. E., and O. S., McGee, Climatic indices and classifications in relation to the biogeography of southern Africa. In: Werger M J A (ed) Biogeography and Ecology of Southern Africa. Junk, The Hague, pp 19–5. Google ScholarCited by: Description Location and General Description Forests are southern Africa’s smallest biome, and although it is the region’s largest forest complex (Acocks ), the remaining Knysna forest covers a mere km2 (Midgley et al.
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The first part of this work describes the distribution, habitat requirements, vocalisalions and breeding biology of each of the 33 species.
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The global distribution of cooperatively breeding birds is highly uneven, with hotspots in Australasia and sub-Saharan Africa. The ecological drivers of this distribution remain enigmatic yet Hockey, W. Dean, P. Ryan, Roberts Birds of Southern Africa (The Trustees of the John Voelcker Bird Book Fund, Cape Town, South Africa, ed.
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would be true to say that most papers dealing with the ecology or distribution of a species of bird in southern Africa has, sincecited The Atlas of Southern African Birds2. For example, full-length papers (on any topic) were published in the journal Ostrich between and March The African penguin is endemic to coastal areas of southern Africa.
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Roberts Birds of Southern Africa lists species from the southern African subregion (i.e. south of the Cunene and Zambezi rivers), which amounts to % of the world total and 41% of the approximately species recorded from Africa.I find “Birds of Southern Africa” to be a much better bird book, nicely illustrated (my preference over photos), great range maps, and plenty of identification details.
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