Tuesday, October 9, 2012

New issue published: vol 126 issue 1

The first transport is away!  By first transport, I mean first issue of vol 126 (our 2012 volume).  And by away, I mean published.  If you're confused, I recommend you re-watch The Empire Strikes Back a couple of dozen times to be cool like me get the reference.

Below is our table of contents with links to abstracts.  Our next issue will be coming shortly as Carolyn continues her Jedi mind tricks hard work getting our publication schedule back on time.  Enjoy!

CFN Vol 126 issue 1 cover

Occurrence of the Maritime Shrew (Sorex maritimensis) in Black Spruce (Picea mariana) Forest Stands in Southeastern New Brunswick (1-5)        Julie Henderson,        Graham Forbes

Body Condition and Survival of Vagrant Long-billed Murrelets, Brachyramphusperdix, in North America (6-14)
        Spencer G. Sealy,       Harry R. Carter

Greater Scaup, Aythya marila, Nest Site Characteristics on Grassy Island, New Brunswick (15-19)
        Jon T. McRoberts,       Nicole T. Quintana,     W. Andrew Smith,        Warren B. Ballard,        F. Patrick Kehoe,       Timothy G. Dilworth

Abundance and Habitat Selection of Breeding Scoters (Melanitta spp.) inOntario’s Hudson Bay Lowlands (20-27)        Rodney W. Brook,        Kenneth F. Abraham,     Kevin R. Middel,        R. Kenyon Ross

Implantation and Parturition Dates of North American River Otters, Lontracanadensis, in Southern Missouri (28-30)        Nathan M. Roberts,      Shawn M. Crimmins,      David A. Hamilton,      Elsa Gallagher

Kudzu Vine, Pueraria montana, Adventive in Southern Ontario (31-33)        Gerald E. Waldron,      Brendon M. H. Larson

First Observations of Mormon Metalmark (Apodemia mormo) OvipositionBehaviour in Canada (34-37)        Ashley Anne Wick,       Johane Janelle, Shelley Pruss,  Nadir Erbilgin

Barn Owl (Tyto alba) Predation on Big Brown Bats (Eptesicus fuscus) inPennsylvania (38-40)        Suzanne M. Khalafalla,  Carlos A. Iudica

An Anomalous Northern Saw-whet Owl (Aegolius acadicus) Egg (41-45)        Theresa M. Burg,        Randolph F. Lauff

An Extra-Limital Population of Black-tailed Prairie Dogs, Cynomysludovicianus, in Central Alberta (46-49)        Helen E. Trefry,        Geoffrey L. Holroyd

A Specimen of the High Arctic Subspecies of Atlantic Puffin, Fraterculaarctica naumanni, in Canada (50-54)        Anthony J. Gaston,      Jennifer F. Provencher

Vancouver Island Marmots (Marmota vancouverensis) Consume PlantsContaining Toxic Secondary Compounds (55-58)
        Jeffery R. Werner

New Avian Breeding Records for Iqaluit, Nunavut (59-60)
        David J. T. Hussell,    Jeremy A. T. Hussell,   Erica H. Dunn

Tributes and Obituaries
A Tribute to James Herbert Soper, 1916–2012 (61-67)
        Erich Haber

Book Reviews
"How to be a Better Birder" by Derek Lovitch. 2012. [book review] (68-69)
        Howard O. Clark

"Birds of Algonquin Park" by Ron Tozer. 2012. [book review] (69-70)
        Fred Helleiner

"Birds of Aruba, Curacao and Bonaire" by Bart de Boer et al. 2012. [book review] (70-71)
        Roy John

"A Guide to the Birds of India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives" by Richard Grimmett et al. 2012. [book review] (71)
        Roy John

"Assessment of species diversity in the Atlantic Maritime Ecozone" edited by Donald F. McAlpine and Ian M. Smith. 2010. [book review] (71-75)
        Paul M. Catling

"Ecological Restoration" by Susan M. Galatowitsch. 2012. [book review]
        Barry R. Taylor

"Encountering the Wild" by Carol Bennet McCuaig. 2011. [book review] (77)
        Jim O'Neill

"Global Warming (Historical Guides to Controversial Issues in America)" by Brian C. Black and Gary J. Weisel. 2010. [book review] (77-79)
        Alwynne B. Beaudoin

"Life Without Oil: Why We Must Shift To a New Energy Future" by Steve Hallett with John Wright. 2011. [book review] (80)
        Jim O'Neill

"Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Introduction to Marine Science" by David W. Townsend. 2012. [book review] (81)
        Eric L. Mills

"Social Networks and Natural Resource Management: Uncovering the Social Fabric of Environmental Governance" edited by Örjan Bodin and Christina Prell. 2011. [book review] (81-83)
        Tremayne Stanton-Kennedy

Ecosystem Series: "Who Needs a Swamp?", "Who Needs a Jungle?", and "Who Needs an Iceberg?" by Karen Patkau. 2012. [children's books review] (83)
        Carolyn Callaghan

"Who Will Save My Planet?" by Maria Christina Urrutia. 2012. [children's book review] (83-84)
        Carolyn Callaghan

New titles (84-85)
        Roy John

News and Comment
Dr. Warren Baxter Ballard, Jr. 1947–2012 (86)
        Carolyn Callaghan

On the Discovery of Eastern Leatherwood (Dirca palustris) (86-88)
        Yaseen Mottiar

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