Recent Submissions

  • Bird data : Poland, Warsaw 

    Witt, Klaus; Mitschke, Alexander; Luniak, Maciej (Museum and Institute of Zoology, Polish Academy of Sciences, 2005)
    Avifaunas of three large cities (Hamburg, Berlin and Warsaw) situated in the northern lowlands of Central Europe along an 850-km-long west-east line were compared. Estimates of several species’ breeding populations in these ...
  • Bird data : Singapore 

    Wang, Luan Kang; Hails, Chris J. (National University of Singapore. Dept. of Zoology, 2007)
    This annotated checklist is the third major compilation for Singapore. It lists the current status of all bird species ever recorded in the wild in Singapore. A total of 404 species have been recorded, including 44 species ...
  • Bird data : Japan, Sendai 

    Imai, Haruka; Nakashizuka, Tohru (Elsevier, 2010)
    The importance of biodiversity in urban parks and green spaces has been increasingly emphasized. In this study, we focused on the avian community in urban parks and green spaces and aimed to elucidate its characteristics ...
  • Bird data : Spain, Valencia 

    Murgui, E. (Ginster Verlag, 2005)
  • Bird data : Bulgaria, Sofia 

    Iankov, P. (Ginster Verlag, 2005)
  • Bird data : Russia, St. Petersburg 

    Khrabryi, V. (Ginster Verlag, 2005)
  • Bird data : USA, Tucson, Arizona 

    McCaffrey, Rachel E. (Eagle Hill Publications, 2005)
    Long-term monitoring projects and studies designed to survey large, variable areas often face a similar challenge: data collection. Researchers can sometimes overcome this obstacle by designing studies that utilize the ...
  • Bird data : Mexico, Queretaro 

    Pineda-Lopez, Ruben (Universidad Autonoma de Queretaro, 2011)
  • Bird data : South Africa, Pretoria 

    van Rensburg, Berndt J.; Peacock, Derick S.; Robrtson, Mark P. (Elsevier, 2009)
    Similar to the process seen in invasion biology, urbanized environments lead to biotic homogenization with a few species, often alien, dominating the urban habitat. We investigated avian communities across an urban gradient ...
  • Bird data : Brazil, Porto Alegre 

    Fontana, Carla Suertegaray; Burger, Maria Inês; Magnusson, William E. (Springer, 2011)
    Cities are highly modified environments in which the only areas that resemble natural landscapes are urban parks with low human population density. Attempts are frequently made to maintain high bird diversity in cities for ...
  • Bird data : Sweden, Örebro 

    Sandström, Ulf; Angelstam, Per; Mikusinski, Grzegorz (Elsevier, 2006)
    A functional network of green space is important for the maintenance of the ecological dimension of a sustainable urban landscape. We used avian ecological diversity as a proxy for evaluating the functionality of different ...
  • Bird data : Australia, Melbourne 

    Birdata (Birdlife Australia, 2009)
  • Bird data : Kenya, Nairobi 

    Njoroge, J. B.; Nda’nganga, P. K. (Nairobi : Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Research Production and Extension Division, 2010)
    The landscape structure of Nairobi city is experiencing rapid transformation as once wild and pristine spaces are converted to anthropocentric uses. In order to understand how the changing urban structure affects urban ...
  • Bird data : France, Montpellier 

    Amparo Caula Quinteiro, Sabina; Marty, Pascal; Martin, Jean-Louis (Elsevier, 2008)
    We studied the richness and composition of diurnal birds in relation to the percentage of built surfaces in an urban area of Mediterranean France and analyzed their seasonal variation. We recorded 61 species and identified ...
  • Bird data : Netherlands, Nieuwegein 

    Abel, Gerrie; Van Vliet, Michel; Stoopendaal, Wilco; De Bruijn, Luc; Lichtenbeld, Henk; De Nooijer, Peter; Korver-Benschop, Dorien (Vogelwacht Utrecht, 2009)
  • Bird data : Russia, Moscow 

    Konstantinov, V. M.; Zakharov, R. (Ginster Verlag, 2005)
  • Bird data : South Africa, Potchefstroom 

    Smith, Nicoleen Celeste (M.S. Thesis, North-West University, Potchefstroom, 2005)
    Human activities cause drastic changes in the environment, such as the fragmentation of habitats, which is the greatest threat to the world's biodiversity and biogeography. By using birds to study habitat changes, it is ...
  • Bird data : Italy, Florence 

    Dinetti, Marco (Ginster Verlag, 2005)
  • Bird data : Switzerland, Lugano 

    Sattler, Thomas; Borcard, Daniel; Arlettaz, Raphael; Bontadina, Fabio; Legendre, P.; Obrist, M. K.; Moretti, Marco (Wiley on behalf of the Ecological Society of America, 2010)
    Spatially organized distribution patterns of species and communities are shaped by both autogenic processes (neutral mechanism theory) and exogenous processes (niche theory). In the latter, environmental variables that are ...
  • Bird data : Germany, Leipzig 

    Strohbach, Michael W.; Haase, Dagmar; Kabisch, Nadja (Resilience Alliance Inc., 2009)
    We examined bird diversity in relation to land use and socioeconomic indicators in Leipzig, Germany. We used neighborhood diversity (ND) and bivariate correlation to show that the potential to experience biodiversity in a ...

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