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2017 Loon Census Lake Selection Table
Author(s): WCS
Year: 2017
Publisher: WCS
2017 Annual Loon Census Form
Author(s): Carrianne Pershyn
WCS Adirondacks Newsletter, Spring 2017
Author(s): Carrianne Pershyn
Year: 2017
2017 Annual Loon Census Instructions
Author(s): WCS
Loon Census summary results 2001-2013
Author(s): WCS ACCP
Year: 2014
Description/Abstract: Summary of Census Results from 2001-2013.
Journal/Source: WCS
Publisher: WCS
Full Citation: Loon Census summary results 2001-2013. Wildlife Conservation Society and BioDiversity Research Institute Center for Loon Conservation. 2014. WCS ACCP
Loon Census summary results 2001-2012
Author(s): WCS ACCP
Year: 2013
Description/Abstract: Summary of Census Results from 2001-2012.
Publisher: WCS ACCP
Full Citation: Loon Census summary results 2001-2012. Wildlife Conservation Society and BioDiversity Research Institute Center for Loon Conservation. 2013. WCS ACCP
Climate change in the Adirondacks- The path to sustainability
Author(s): Jerry Jenkins
Description/Abstract: Synopsis of Jerry Jenkins book Climate Change in the Adirondacks
Adirondack Loons - Sentinels of Mercury Pollution in New York's Aquatic Ecosystems.
Year: 2011
Description/Abstract: Since 1998, Biodiversity Research Institute and its collaborators, including the Wildlife Conservation Society and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, have conducted research on the impacts of environmental mercury pollution to the Common Loon population of New York’s Adirondack Park. This report distills the findings of this scientific study between 1998-2007 for use by decision makers and the public. General audience, non-technical report.
Full Citation: Schoch, N. and A. Jackson. 2011. Adirondack Loons – Sentinels of Mercury Pollution in New York’s Aquatic Ecosystems. BRI Report #2011-29, Biodiversity Research Institute, Gorham, Maine.
4 page summary - Adirondack Loons - Sentinels of Mercury Pollution in New York's Aquatic Ecosystems
Year: 2011
Description/Abstract: Brochure sharing results of research on the impacts of environmental mercury pollution to the Common Loon population of New York’s Adirondack Park.
Full Citation: Schoch, N. and A. Jackson. 2011. Adirondack Loons – Sentinels of Mercury Pollution in New York’s Aquatic Ecosystems. BRI Brochure, Biodiversity Research Institute, Gorham, Maine.
Long-term monitoring and assessment of mercury based on integrated sampling efforts using the common loon, prey fish, water, and sediment.
Year: 2011
Description/Abstract: Full technical report detailing research on mercury levels in loons living in the Adirondack Park. The study compares loon mercury levels and long-term reproductive success. This report evaluates the effects of mercury contamination on the breeding loon population in the Adirondack Park, and enables the development of a mercury hazard profile.
Full Citation: Schoch, Jackson, Duron, Evers, Glennon, Driscoll, Yu, and Simonin. 2011. Long-term
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