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Coastal Waterbird Survey

Ethier, D., P. Davidson, G. H. Sorenson, K. L. Barry, K. Devitt, C. B. Jardine, D. Lepage, and D. W. Bradley. 2020. Twenty years of coastal waterbird trends suggest regional patterns of environmental pressure in British Columbia, Canada. Avian Conservation and Ecology 15(2):20.

Crewe, T., K. Barry, P. Davidson, D. Lepage. 2012. Coastal waterbird population trends in the Strait of Georgia 1999-2011: Results from the first 12 years of the British Columbia Coastal Waterbird Survey. British Columbia Birds. Vol 22: 8-35.

British Columbia Coastal Waterbird Survey: Salish Sea Sentinels. BirdWatch Canada. Spring 2010, Number 51.

Badzinski, S.S., R.J. Cannings, T.E. Armenta, J. Komaroni, P.J.A. Davidson. 2008. Monitoring coastal bird populations in BC: the first five years of the Coastal Waterbird Survey (1999-2004). British Columbia Birds. Vol 17: 1-35.

Badzinski, S.S., R.J. Cannings, T.E. Armenta, J. Komaromi and P.J.A. Davidson. 2006. The British Columbia Coastal Waterbird Survey: An evaluation of survey power and species trends after five years of monitoring. Technical Report Series No. 455. Canadian Wildlife Service Pacific & Yukon Region, British Columbia and Bird Studies Canada.

 

Beached Bird Survey

Avery-Gomm, S., P.D. O’Hara, L. Kleine, V. Bowes, L.K. Wilson & K.L. Barry. 2012. Northern fulmars as biological monitors of trends of plastic pollution in the eastern North Pacific. Marine Pollution Bulletin. Vol 64: 1776-81.

Hamel, N.J., A.E. Burger, K. Charleton, P. Davidson, S. Lee, D.F. Bertram & J.K. Parrish. 2009. Bycatch and beached birds: assessing mortality impacts in coastal net fisheries using marine bird strandings. Marine Ornithology Vol 37: 41-60.

O’Hara, P.D., P. Davidson & A.E. Burger. 2009. Aerial surveillance and oil spill impacts based on beached bird survey data collected in southern British Columbia. Marine Ornithology Vol 37: 61-65.

Further Reading

Beached Bird Survey

British Columbia Beached Bird Survey: Understanding Seabird Mortality. BirdWatch Canada. Summer 2009, Number 48.

British Columbia Beached Bird Survey: Assessing Fisheries Bycatch Impacts and Plastic Ingestion in Marine Birds. BirdWatch Canada. Spring 2011, Number 55.

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