Wednesday, April 2, 2014

New issue: vol 128 issue 1 (on time!)

We published our Jan-March 2014 issue IN JAN-MARCH 2014!!!  It's like we're in a time portal ... but the opposite ... so I guess it's like we're living in real time.  Trippy.

This issue has great breadth of topics and taxa, including:
-Illustrated key to small mammals' jaws (great for figuring out diet from predators' scat)
-Varied (and beautiful) pigmentation patterns among Nova Scotia's Maritime Gartersnakes (see our cover photo below)
-A tropical moth in northern Manitoba
-Eggshell thickness in the context of natural history for Common Murres
-Tough-as-nails lynx crossing frigid glacial rivers, repeatedly


Distribution and abundance of benthic macroinvertebrates and zooplankton in lakes in Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site of Canada, Nova Scotia (1-24)
Christina Nussbaumer, Neil M. Burgess, Russ C. Weeber

An illustrated key to the mandibles of small mammals of eastern Canada (25-37)
Dominique Fauteux, Gilles Lupien, François Fabianek, Jonathan Gagnon, Marion Séguy, Louis Imbeau

Characteristics of Barred Owl (Strix varia) nest sites in Manitoba, Canada (38-43)
Todd M. Whiklo, James R. Duncan

Yellow Warblers (Setophaga petechia) rear second broods in some years at Delta Marsh, Manitoba (44-49)
Spencer G. Sealy

Asynchronous breeding and variable embryonic development period in the threatened Northern Leopard Frog (Lithobates pipiens) in the Cypress Hills, Alberta, Canada: conservation and management implications (50-56)
Lea A. Randall, Lynne D. Chalmers, Axel Moehrenschlager, Anthony P. Russell

Diet of the Pacific Sand Lance (Ammodytes hexapterus) in the Salish Sea, British Columbia, in the 1960s (57-62)
J. Mark Hipfner, Moira Galbraith

Melanistic diversity in the Maritime Gartersnake, Thamnophis sirtalis pallidulus, in Nova Scotia, Canada (63-71)
John Gilhen, Fred W. Scott

Thickness of Common Murre (Uria aalge) eggshells in Atlantic Canada (72-76)
Donald W. Pirie-Hay, Alexander L. Bond
[see author Alex Bond's blog post with the story behind this research project]

The most northerly Black Witch (Ascalapha odorata): a tropical moth in the Canadian Arctic (77-79)
Torbjørn Ekrem, Peter G. Kevan, Thomas S. Woodcock, Paul D. N. Hebert

Multiple crossings of a large glacial river by Canada Lynx (Lynx canadensis) (80-83)
Dashiell Feierabend, Knut Kielland

Tributes and Obituaries
A tribute to Kenneth William Stewart, 1936–2011 (84-90)
Francis R. Cook

Book Reviews
"Into the Night: Tales of Nocturnal Wildlife Expeditions" edited by Rick A. Adams. 2013. [book review] (91-92)
Burton K. Lim

"Owls" by Marianne Taylor. 2012. [book review] (92)
Renate Sander-Regier

"A Pocket Guide to Salamanders of Pennsylvania" by Walter E. Meshaka, Jr., and Joseph T. Collins. 2012. [book review] (93)
Francis R. Cook

"Snapper" by Brian Kimberling. 2013. [book review] (93-95)
Ron Brooks

"The Crossley ID Guide to Britain and Ireland" by Richard Crossley and Dominic Couzens. 2013. [book review] (95)
Roy John

"The Warbler Guide" by Tom Stephenson and Scott Whittle. 2013. [book review] (96)
Mark Gawn

"Yellowstone Wildlife: Ecology and Natural History of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem" by Paul A. Johnsgard. 2013. [book review] (96-97)
Jim O'Neill

"Yellowstone Wildlife: Ecology and Natural History of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem" by Paul A. Johnsgard. 2013. [book review] (97-98)
Jonathan Way

"Field Manual of Michigan Flora" by E. G. Voss, and A. A. Reznicek. 2013. [book review] (99)
Holly J. Bickerton

"North Pacific Temperate Rainforests: Ecology and Conservation" edited by Gordon H. Orians and John W. Schoen. 2013. [book review] (100-101)
Cyndi M. Smith

"A Love Affair With the Birds: The Life of Thomas Sadler Roberts" by Sue Leaf. 2013. [book review] (101-103)
C. Stuart Houston

"Bootstrap Geologist: My Life in Science" by Gene Shinn. 2013. [book review] (103-104)
Alwynne B. Beaudoin

"Tracks and Shadows: Field Biology as Art" by Harry W. Greene. 2013. [book review] (104-105)
David Seburn

"Alfred Russel Wallace (2013) On the Organic Law of Change: A Facsimile Edition and Annotated Transcription of Alfred Russel Wallace’s Species Notebook of 1855–1859" annotated by James T. Costa. 2013. [book review] (105-107)
Alwynne B. Beaudoin

New titles (108-109)
Roy John

News and Comment
Meetings: Canadian Botanical Association 2014; International Conference on Biodiversity & Sustainable Energy Development 2014; Botany 2014 (110)

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