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The scientific bases for preservation of the Mariana crow

OCLC 36666861. Two USGS, BRD scientists, Thomas Fritts, Patuxent, and Susan Haig, Covalis, OR served on the Panel along with a variety of scientists from academic, governemental organizations, and public institutions.
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Abstract

The Panel recently released the report and recommendations resulting from its work over the last six months. Although primarily focused on the Mariana Crow, the report highlights that this is a matter potentially far more serious than the preservation of the crow on Guam and Rota. The report includes major sections dealing with the need to intensify research and control activities on the Brown Tree Snake both on Guam and in all appropriate areas to which the snake could spread if uncontained and on the population biology and behavior of the Mariana Crow on Guam and Rota.

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Publication type:
Book
Title:
The scientific bases for preservation of the Mariana crow
Year Published:
1997
Language:
English
Publisher:
National Academy Press
Publisher location:
Washington, DC
Contributing office(s):
Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
Description:
xii, 91