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The EBCC Atlas of European Breeding Birds

Their Distribution and Abundance

Ward J.M. Hagemeijer Michael Blair, QC



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01 August 2001
Series: Poyser
Presenting an integrated picture of the distribution and abundance of the breeding birds of Europe, this text compiles and organizes bird survey data from all over Europe. Over 100 regional and national atlases have been produced, surveying areas from such obscure regions as Madeira and the Azores. It describes the present and allows the reader to predict success of future conservation initiatives and the failures of further habitat loss and degradation.
Edited by:   Ward J.M. Hagemeijer, Michael Blair, QC
Imprint:   Poyser
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 366mm,  Width: 287mm,  Spine: 58mm
Weight:   3.586kg
ISBN:   9780856610912
ISBN 10:   0856610917
Series:   Poyser
Pages:   920
Publication Date:   01 August 2001
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  Further / Higher Education ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Introduction-English. Introduction-German. Introduction-Spanish. Introduction-French. Introduction-Finnish. Introduction-Greek. Introduction-Hungarian. Introduction-Italian. Introduction-Dutch. Introduction-Portuguese. Introduction-Polish. Explanatory Maps. History of the European Ornithological Atlas Project. Evolution and History of the European Bird Fauna. Acknowledgements. List of EBCC Atlas Species Account Authors By Country. National and Major Regional Bird Atlases of Europe. Species Section. Keys to Maps, Species Accounts and Populations Graphs. Species Accounts, Part 1: Mapped Species. Species Accounts, Part 2: Unmapped Species. The Conservation Status of Europe's Birds. Species of European Conservation Concern (SPEC) Category and Threat Status. Derived Maps. List of EBCC Coordinators. List of EBCC Delegates, Past and Present. Appendices. Index-English. Index-Czech. Index-German. Index-Spanish. Index-French. Index-Finnish. Index-Greek. Index-Hungarian. Index-Italian. Index-Dutch. Index-Portuguese. Index-Polish. Index-Russian. Index-Swedish.

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