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The History and Range Expansion of Peregrine Falcons in the Thule Area, Northwest Greenland


Chris Merkord
  • Kurt K. Burnham; William A. Burnham; Ian Newton; Jeff A. Johnson; Andrew G. Gosler Museum Tusculanum Press 2013 Copenhagen Denmark http://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/distributed/H/bo14378392.html

    96 pages | 1 color plate, 6 maps, 21 tables, 10 graphs | 7 5/8 x 10 1/2

    English , Palearctic, , Greenland, , Caracaras, Falcons (Falconidae), Monographs on Greenland 04/15/2013 8763539004 9788763539005 No value No value

This book covers the discovery and history of the northernmost breeding population of peregrine falcons in the world, located near the Thule Air Base in northwest Greenland. Drawing on thirteen years of research, the authors present a comprehensive set of findings on the biology and ecology of this remarkable population and provide critical evidence and documentation of the ways climate change is enabling profoundly new ranges for migratory populations.




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