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Plumage Color Distribution of Snow Geese
Does sex ratio vary with egg sequence in Lesser Snow Geese?
(University of California Press, 1983-01)
Life history studies of the Lesser Snow Goose. V. Temporal effects on age-specific fecundity.
(University of California Press, 1985-02)
The role of lesser snow geese in positive, degenerative feedback processes resulting in the destruction of salt-marsh swards.
A positive feedback cycle between soil salinity and graminoid growth, triggered by intensive grazing and grubbing by geese, is proposed to account for the loss of graminoid vegetation in an arctic salt marsh (La Pérouse ...
Seed and vegetation dynamics in undamaged and degraded coastal habitats of the Hudson Bay lowlands.
(Ottawa : National Library of Canada = Bibliotheque nationale du Canada, 2000)
Grubbing and grazing by increasing numbers of lesser snow geese (Anser caerulescens caerulescens) have led to loss of vegetation and soil degradation in salt marshes and on beach ridges. These changes have had a deleterious ...
Soil microbial and nutrient dynamics in a wet Arctic sedge meadow in late winter and early spring
Microbial activity is known to continue during the winter months in cold alpine and Arctic soils often resulting in high microbial biomass. Complex soil nutrient dynamics characterize the transition when soil temperatures ...
Taxonomic status of diploid Salicornai europaea (s.L.) (Chenopodiaceae) in northeastern North America.
The taxonomic status of diploid Salicornia europaea L. (s.1.) in northeastern North America has been evaluated based on morphological and electrophoretic variation within and between populations. Populations of two European ...
Researchers on the top of the McConnell esker