VOL. 37 · NO. sp1 | April 2014
 
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James D. Paruk, John N. Mager, David C. Evers
Waterbirds 37 (sp1), 1-5, (1 April 2014) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.037.sp102
KEYWORDS: common loon, Gavia adamsii, Gavia immer, Gavia stellata, Red-throated Loon, Yellow-billed Loon
ARTICLES
Abigail L. Debiak, Damon L. McCormick, Joseph D. Kaplan, Keren B. Tischler, Alec R. Lindsay
Waterbirds 37 (sp1), 6-15, (1 April 2014) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.037.sp103
KEYWORDS: botulism, common loon, dispersal, Gavia immer, Gaviidae, migration, natal philopatry, sex-bias, sex chromosomes, sex ratio
Trevor B. Haynes, Joel A. Schmutz, Mark S. Lindberg, Amanda E. Rosenberger
Waterbirds 37 (sp1), 16-25, (1 April 2014) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.037.sp104
KEYWORDS: Alaska, breeding, Gavia adamsii, Gavia pacifica, nest microhabitat, north slope, Pacific Loon, Yellow-billed Loon
Daniel J. Mennill
Waterbirds 37 (sp1), 26-36, (1 April 2014) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.037.sp105
KEYWORDS: acoustic monitoring, active signal space, common loon, diel variation, Gavia immer, microphone array, seasonal variation, signaling strategies, sound transmission, vocalizations
John N. Mager, Charles Walcott
Waterbirds 37 (sp1), 37-46, (1 April 2014) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.037.sp106
KEYWORDS: aggression, common loon, Gavia immer, vocal signals, yodel
James D. Paruk, Darwin Long, Scott L. Ford, David C. Evers
Waterbirds 37 (sp1), 47-52, (1 April 2014) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.037.sp107
KEYWORDS: common loon, Deepwater Horizon oil spill, Gavia immer, Gulf of Mexico, migration, satellite transmitter, wintering loons
Joel A. Schmutz, Kenneth G. Wright, Christopher R. DeSorbo, Jeff Fair, David C. Evers, Brian D. Uher-Koch, Daniel M. Mulcahy
Waterbirds 37 (sp1), 53-63, (1 April 2014) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.037.sp108
KEYWORDS: arrival date, common loon, Gavia adamsii, Gavia immer, habitat limitation, Yellow-billed Loon
Carrie E. Gray, James D. Paruk, Christopher R. DeSorbo, Lucas J. Savoy, David E. Yates, Michael D. Chickering, Rick B. Gray, Kate M. Taylor, Darwin Long, Nina Schoch, William Hanson, John Cooley, David C. Evers
Waterbirds 37 (sp1), 64-75, (1 April 2014) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.037.sp109
KEYWORDS: clinal variation, common loon, Gavia immer, migration distance
Nina Schoch, Allyson K. Jackson, Melissa Duron, David C. Evers, Michale J. Glennon, Charles T. Driscoll, Xue Yu, Howard Simonin, Amy K. Sauer
Waterbirds 37 (sp1), 76-84, (1 April 2014) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.037.sp110
KEYWORDS: Adirondack Park, common loon, Gavia immer, mercury, wildlife criterion value
James D. Paruk, Darwin Long, Christopher Perkins, Andrew East, Bryan J. Sigel, David C. Evers
Waterbirds 37 (sp1), 85-93, (1 April 2014) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.037.sp111
KEYWORDS: Deepwater Horizon oil spill, common loon, Gavia immer, Gulf of Mexico, Louisiana, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
Carolyn A. Spilman, Nina Schoch, William F. Porter, Michale J. Glennon
Waterbirds 37 (sp1), 94-101, (1 April 2014) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.037.sp112
KEYWORDS: Adirondack Park, common loon, Gavia immer, lakeshore, nest success, Shoreline development
Paul J. Radomski, Kristin Carlson, Kevin Woizeschke
Waterbirds 37 (sp1), 102-117, (1 April 2014) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.037.sp113
KEYWORDS: common loon, Gavia immer, Minnesota, nesting habitat models, Shoreline development
Joel A. Schmutz
Waterbirds 37 (sp1), 118-124, (1 April 2014) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.037.sp114
KEYWORDS: bycatch, Gavia stellata, mortality, Pacific Decadal Oscillation, Red-throated Loon, satellite telemetry
Articles
Vincent A. Spagnuolo
Waterbirds 37 (sp1), 125-132, (1 April 2014) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.037.sp115
KEYWORDS: carrying capacity, common loon, Gavia immer, Massachusetts, recovery
ARTICLES
Nina Schoch, Michale J. Glennon, David C. Evers, Melissa Duron, Allyson K. Jackson, Charles T. Driscoll, John W. Ozard, Amy K. Sauer
Waterbirds 37 (sp1), 133-146, (1 April 2014) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.037.sp116
KEYWORDS: acid deposition, Adirondack Park, common loon, Gavia immer, methylmercury, population model
David C. Evers, Joel A. Schmutz, Niladri Basu, Christopher R. DeSorbo, Jeff Fair, Carrie E. Gray, James D. Paruk, Marie Perkins, Kevin Regan, Brian D. Uher-Koch, Kenneth G. Wright
Waterbirds 37 (sp1), 147-159, (1 April 2014) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.037.sp117
KEYWORDS: Alaska, Asia, common loon, Gavia adamsii, Gavia immer, mercury, Yellow-billed Loon
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