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Catalog Record: Breeding Ecology of Shorebirds at Barrow
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Organizations

USFWS
Primary
UF
UAF
MANO
USGS
UCOL

Breeding Ecology of Shorebirds at Barrow

2012 will be the ninth year of a long-term study to determine factors limiting population size of shorebirds. The Barrow camp is one of 10 camps belonging to the Arctic Shorebird Demographics Network (ASDN) -- all focused on collecting data on shorebird demography and environmental variables. Other camps in Alaska include Nome, Cape Krusenstern (also run by USFWS), Ikpikpuk River, Colville River, and Canning River. Sites in Canada are located in the Mackenzie Delta, Bylot Island, East Bay, and Churchill.

Ongoing
2003-01-01

Data and Resources

Status: Ongoing
Start Date: 2003/01/01
Type: Project
Primary Contacts
Name: Rick Lanctot
Email: Rick_Lanctot@fws.gov
Primary Organizations
Type
US Fish and Wildlife Service
Federal

Other Organizations
University of Florida, Manomet, US Geological Survey, University of Alaska Fairbanks, University of Colorado

Regions
North Slope

Direct Record Link
http://catalog.northslopescience.org/catalog/entries/3049-breeding-ecology-of-shorebirds-at-barrow
Direct Full Map Link
http://catalog.northslopescience.org/catalog/entries/3049-breeding-ecology-of-shorebirds-at-barrow/map