Nesting success and nest predators of tundra-nesting birds in the Prudhoe Bay Oilfield

Long-term study examining nesting biology of tundra-nesting birds on 12 10-ha study plots in the WOA, EOA, and Endicott fields.

Publications: Liebezeit, J. R., S. J. Kendall, S. Brown, C. B. Johnson, P. Martin, T. L. McDonald, D. C. Payer, C. L. Rea, B. Streever, A. M. Wildman, and S. Zack. 2009. Influence of human development and predators on nest survival of tundra birds, Arctic Coastal Plain, Alaska. Ecological Applications 19:1628–1644.

Liebezeit JR, Zack S. 2008. Point Counts Underestimate the Importance of Arctic Foxes as Avian Nest Predators: Evidence from Remote Video Cameras in Arctic Alaskan Oil Fields. Arctic 61(2): 153-161

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Additional Info

Field Value
ISO Topics biota
Primary Contact Joe Liebezeit (
Primary Organization BP Exploration Alaska Inc.
Other Organizations Wildlife Conservation Society, Liz Claiborne / Art Ortenberg Foundation
Organization Types Industry and Consultants, Non-Governmental
Geo-keywords North Slope
Start Date 2003-01-06
Created February 23, 2016, 01:39 (AKST)
Last Updated July 1, 2021, 20:47 (AKDT)