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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 24142

Chapter 24142 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



William Wise Field, Cherokee County, Texas. Publication - University of Texas, Bureau of Economic Geology 5116: 425-426

William Woody Dry. Journal of Economic Entomology, 61: 885

William Yarrell, British naturalist. Proc Amer Phil Soc 106(6): 505-515

William's gold; a case study on the application of RGS data to mineral exploration. Mining Review (North Vancouver) 23(4): 31

Williamette Basin field notes: summer 2005.

Williamette Basin field notes: winter 2005-2006. Oregon Birds. Summer; 322: 90-94

Williams Beuren syndrome: novel risk alleles in transmitting parents.

Williams' The Aphididae of Nebraska; a critical review. University of Nebraska Studies, 11 253-293

Williamson's sapsucker found in South-eastern Saskatchewan. Blue Jay, 23: 123

Williamsonia fletcheri Williamson (Odonata: Cordulidae) from New England. Ent Philadelphia: 1-4

Williamsonia fletcheri discovered in Vermont. BoghaunterWinter; 1(1): 1-2

Williamsonia lintneri (Hagen), its history and distribution. Psyche Boston Mass, 30: 222-225

Williamsonia lintneri sightings. WilliamsoniaSpring; 7(2): 4

Williamsonia, a new genus of dragonflies from North America. Brooklyn Bull entom Soc, 8 93-96

Willian Swainson's Birds of Brazil, Mexican Zoology and Tropical Ornithology. J. Soc. Bibliphy nat. Hist.: 5: 366-368

Willingness of Iowa agricultural landowners to allow fee hunting associated with in-field shelterbelts. Agroforestry Systems 76(1): 207-218

Willingness to Pay for Car Safety: Evidence from Sweden. Environmental and Resource Economics 41(4): 579-594

Willingness to pay for 'olyset' bednets among formal employees and rural peasants in Korogwe and Muheza districts, Northeastern Tanzania.

Willingness to pay for rural landscape improvements: combining mixed logit and random-effects models. Journal of Agricultural Economics 58(3): 467-483

Willingness to pay for soccer reports on the internet. International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship 8(1): 10-27

Willingness to pay for trips in Romanian parks. Evidence from a case study.

Willingness-To-Pay in Contingent Valuation: A Matter of Interview Situation or Respondents?. Scottish Geographical Journal 123(4): 271-280

Willis E. Lamb Jr (1913-2008).

Williston Basin anomalies. CSPG Annual Convention 2001: 136-1

Williston's Bakken given 3-4 billion bbl recoverable. Oil & Gas Journal 106.15

Willkurlich Erzeugung von Ameisen-Soldaten. Naturwissenschaften Berlin, 41: 124

Willkurliche Augenpigmentierung beim Saugetier-albino. Archiv fuer Entwicklungsmechanik Berlin, 109: 287-290

Willkurliche Betatigung der Kuekeii-drtise beim Halsband-Pekari. Ztierk: 57

Willkurliche Bewegungen eines Tieres. Prag SitzBer: 253-266 312-320

Willkurliche Flimmerbewegung bei Metazoen. Biologisches Zentralblatt Leipzig, 43: 157-162

Willkurliche Vermehrurig der Soldaten-Zahl in naturlichen Ameisen-Nestern. Naturwissenschaften Berlin, 42: 133

Willoughby Prescott Lowe.

Willoughby's Historia Insectorum en Methodus Insectorum. Entomologische Berichten Helder, 7: 14-16

Willow (Salix spp.) and aspen (Populus tremula) regrowth after felling by the Eurasian beaver (Castor fiber): implications for riparian woodland conservation in Scotland. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 19(1): 75-87

Willow Grouse as pest of orchards. Sel'skoe khoz Sibiri, 6: 100

Willow Ptarmigan (Lagopus l. lagopus) in Minnesota. Auk Cambridge Mass, 32 99-100

Willow Ptarmigan at the Quebec Zoological Gardens. Auk: 514-515

Willow Ptarmigan in Montana. Auk Cambridge Mass, 31 399

Willow Springs Field, Gregg County, Texas. Publication - University of Texas, Bureau of Economic Geology 5116: 427-430

Willow Thrush (Hylocichla fuscescens salicicola) in Pennsylvania. Auk Cambridge Mass, 35 83

Willow Thrush, a new bird for Alabama. Auk, 1938: 113-114

Willow Tit in Wirral. Proceedings of the Liverpool Naturalists and Field Club, 83: 20

Willow Tit in Wirral, Cheshire. Little Owl in Wirral. Nightjars at West Kirby, Cheshire. North Western Naturalist Arbroath, 18: 210

Willow Tits passing winter nights at rodent's burrows. Doklady Irkutsk Protivochumnogo Inst, 5: 153-155

Willow Warbler attacking posturing Robins. British Birds, 55: 239

Willow Warbler's unusual song and display-flight. British Birds, 51: 83

Willow and Marsh Tits in a Hants Garden. Proceedings Hampshire Field Club Archaeol Society, 14: 386

Willow and alder flycatcher records at a north Florida TV tower. Florida Fld Nat, 41: 1-4

Willow and poplar leaf beetles. Journal of the Board of Agriculture London, 19 554-560

Willow bark extract ( Salicis cortex ) for gonarthrosis and coxarthrosis “ Results of a cohort study with a control group. Phytomedicine 15(11): 907-913

Willow flycatchers nesting at Red Slough, McCurtain County.

Willow ptarmigan remove broken eggs from the nest. Auk, 943: 612-613

Willow tit in the mountains of the Pilis. Aquila, 75: 290, 301

Willow warbler Phylloscopus trochilus on Frigate Island, Seychelles. Bulletin Br Orn Club, 974: 120-121

Willow warbler with divergent wing-formula. Fauna Oslo, 22: 159

Willow warblers in long-term decline. Bird Populations2002(2002); 6: 117-121

Willow water uptake and shoot extension growth in response to nutrient and moisture on a clay landfill cap soil. Bioresource Technology 99(13): 5839-5850

Willow-Tit breeding in Cheshire. British Birds London, 8 72-74

Willow-Tits and Wood-Warblers in west Rossshire. British Birds, 36: 93-94

Willow-Warbler adopting Chaffinch's nest. Garden Warbler feeding young Chaffinches. British Birds, 87: 55

Willow-Warnler with Chiffchaff-like notes in sorg. British Birds, 34: 65-67

Willows in forestry, agriculture and environmental protection.

Willughby and Ray, and birds in seventeenth century Cambridgeshire. Nature in Cambridgeshire, 44: 13-20

Willy Kukenthal. Mitt Mus. Berlin: 169-179

Willy Kukenthal's Wissenschaftliche Reiseergebnisse. Die Reptilien und Batrachier. Abhandlungen der Senckenbergischen Gesellschaft, XXV 321-402

Willy Seiffge zum Gedenken. Zoologische Garten Leipzig, 37: 145-146

Willy Wolter-storff. Ein Forscherleben fur das Museum fur Naturkunde und Vorge-schichte zu Magdeburg. Ab Mus Nat u Vorgesch Magdeburg, 81: 7-10

Willyama Supergroup, Broken Hill, Australia: A, 1600 MA granulite terrane situated along the Neoproterozoic margin of Gondwana following continental rifting and the breakup of Rodinia. Pages 71-74 1997

Wilmcote Rough, Warwickshire. Report on vascular plants, fungi and butterflies. Proceedings Birmingham Nat Hist Soc, 233: 175-192

Wilmington Jacksonian hornerids important cyclostome bryozoans from the Upper Eocene Castle Hayne Limestone in southeastern-most North Carolina.

Wilmington N.C. Records. Nautilus Philadelphia, 542: 69

Wilpattu in history and legend. Loris, 12: 73-75

Wilpena Pound, Flinders Ranges, South Australia. Wildl. Aust.: 7: 84-85

Wilpinjong coal mine. Minfo 85: 8-9

Wilrmer und Korallen als Synoken. Zur Kenntnis der Systeme Aspidosiphonj Heteropsammia und Hicetes/Phleuroodictyum. Abh mat-nat Kl Akad Wiss Mainz, 19586: 259 1-328 70

Wilson Phalaropes as commensals. Condor, 55: 158

Wilson Snipe in winter. Murrelet 26(1): 10

Wilson's American ornithology.

Wilson's Petrel off the West African coast. Ibis London: 347-348

Wilson's Phalarope host of Nevada Cowbird. Auk, 77

Wilson's Phalarope in Bedfordshire Anglesey. British Birds, 52: 385-386

Wilson's Phalarope in Co. Wexford. British Birds, 55: 186-187

Wilson's Phalarope in Cornwall. British Birds, 55: 183-185

Wilson's Phalarope in Fife: a new British bird. British Birds, 48: 15-17

Wilson's Phalarope in Flintshire. British Birds, 53: 29-30

Wilson's Phalarope in Northamptonshire. British Birds, 53: 30-32

Wilson's Phalarope in Nottinghamshire. Brit: 185-186

Wilson's Phalarope in Scotland. Scottish Naturalist, 66: 188-190

Wilson's Phalarope, a new species for South Carolina. Auk Cambridge Mass, 28 109

Wilson's Promontory (Vic.) and its wild life. Emu Melbourne, 19 288-295

Wilson's Snipe (Gallinago delicata) wintering in Pennsylvania. Auk Cambridge Mass, 26 305

Wilson's Snipe and its nest. Bird Lore Harrisburg P: 14 170-171

Wilson's Snipe wintering near Boston. Mass Auk Cambridge Mass, 27 206

Wilson's Snipe, Gallinago delicata (Ord.), in the Hawaiian Islands. Condor, VI 78

Wilson's Storm Petrel, Oceanites oceanicus (Kuhl), at Colombo. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 55: 562-564

Wilson's Storm-Petrel (Oceanites occanicus) in the Gulf of Aden. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 48: 362

Wilson's Storm-Petrel in Western Australia. Emu Melbourne, 42: 183

Wilson's Thrush (Hylocichla fuscescens) a common breeder near Allegheny, Pennsylvania. Auk Cambridge Mass, 27 213

Wilson's Warbler (Wilsonia pusilia pusilla). Canadian Field Naturalist, 40: 58-59

Wilson's petrel in New York Harbor. New Brighton N Y Proceedings Staten Island Institute of Arts and Sciences, 2 58-61

Wilson's petrels off the Isles of Scilly: a five year analysis, 2000-2004. Birding World. June; 186: 247-249

Wilson's phalarope (Steganopus tricolor) in the Antarctic. Bull Br Antarct Surv, 26: 82-83

Wilson's phalarope - a new species for Fairburn. Naturalist Leeds, 924: 28

Wilson's phalarope and Whiterumped sandpipers in Wayne co., Mich. Auk, Cambridge, Masser: 328

Wilson's phalarope at Scaling Dam 20-21st June, 1965. Naturalist Hull, 86

Wilson's phalarope at Walton Reservoir. Cheshire. Bird Rep, 42

Wilson's phalarope in Angus. Scottish Birds, 66: 333

Wilson's phalarope in Kirkcudbrightshire. Scottish Birds, 76: 313-314

Wilson's phalarope in Knox County. Migrant, 43: 59-60

Wilson's phalarope in breeding plumage near Fort Smith, N.W.T. Blue Jay, 323: 177-178

Wilson's phalarope nesting range extended to the St Lawrence valley in Quebec. Canadian Rd Nat, 892: 185

Wilson's phalaropes forming feeding association with shovelers. Auk, 893: 667-668

Wilson's phalaropes in England in autumn 1967. British Birds, 60: 516-517

Wilson's storm petrel at Kaikoura. Notornis, 232: 119

Wilson's storm-petrels, shearwaters and other seabirds in the Gulf of Aden and Indian Ocean. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 49: 503-508

Wilsonia Hudleston,1896=Wilaoniconcha n. nom. Archiv fuer Molluskenkunde, 714: 162

Wilsonia citrina, nuevo registro para el Estado de Jalisco, Mexico.

Wilsoniana. Cassinia Philadelphia, 17 1-5

Wilsons Phalarope in the South Pacific Ocean. Auk Lancaster Pa, 44: 247-248

Wilsons Stormvogeltje langs Westkapelle.

Wilsons stormvogeltje: nieuwe (zeevogel)soort voor Nederland!.

Wiltshire bird notes. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 50: 268-269

Wiltshire bird notes for 1946. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 51186: 586-598

Wiltshire bird notes for 1947- Arrival and departure of migrants, 1947. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 52: 232-246

Wiltshire bird notes for 1948-Arrival and departure of imigrants 1948. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 53190: 70-85

Wiltshire bird notes for 1949.

Wiltshire bird notes for 1950. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 54194: 44-67

Wiltshire bird notes for 1951. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 54: 308-326

Wiltshire bird notes for 1952. Wiltsheol. nat. Hist. Mag: 42-58

Wiltshire bird notes for 1953. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 55200: 244-257

Wiltshire bird notes for 1954. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 56202: 19-29

Wiltshire bird notes for 1955. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 66: 204-205, 417-429

Wiltshire bird notes for 1956 and 1957. Wilts nat. Hist. Mag: 115-124, 138-146

Wiltshire bird notes for 1959. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 57: 433-443

Wiltshire bird notes for 1960. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 58: 72-81

Wiltshire bird notes for 1961 and 1962. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 58: 252-262, 477-492

Wiltshire bird notes for 1963. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 59: 212-226

Wiltshire bird notes for 1964. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 60: 177-191

Wiltshire bird notes for 1965. Wilts archaeolHist. Mag: 120-132

Wiltshire bird notes for 1967. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 63: 134-145

Wiltshire bird notes for 1969. Wilts. archaeol. Hist. Mag.: 65: 16-26

Wiltshire bird notes for 1972. Wiltshire Archaeol Nat Hist Mag (Nat Hist): 68: 10-19

Wiltshire bird notes for 1975. Wiltshire Archaeol Nat Hist Mag (Nat Hist): 71: 16-18

Wiltshire bird notes. 1973. Wiltshire archaeolHist. Mag: 14-24

Wiluraratja Kapi (the Western Water Project): towards a decision-support system for groundwater in Aboriginal lands. AURISA Monograph 11: 228

Wily Monkeys.

Wimpelfische. Delphin, 2410: 30-31

Wimpelvissen genus Heniochus Cuvier, 1816.

Wimperinfusorien im Blinddarme der Pferde. Jahresbericht des Westfaelischen Vereins, XXIV 37-42

Wimpertier mit eingelbauter Klappfalle: Folliculina. Mikrokosmos(12): 353-355

Wimpertiere (Ciliata) aus der Gegend des zukunftigen Wasserreservoirs unter dem Vihorlat. Acta Facultatis Rerum Naturalium Universitatis Comenianae, 12: 9-12

Wimpertiere im Sandluckensystem. Mikrokosmos(10): 289-295

Wimpertiere im Silberpraparat. Mikrokosmos, 56: 122-126

Wimpertiere treiben Kolloidchemie. Mikrokosmos, 58: 364-367

Win waloensia, genre nouveau d'acritarche du Devonien. Geobios Lyon, 103: 465-469

Win-win ecology: how the Earth's species can survive in the midst of human enterprise.

Winckworth 1878-1947. Journal of Conchology London : 231: 21-23

Winckworth, 1889-1950. Journal of Conchology, 23: 157-162

Wind Cave National Park. Natn Pks Conserv Mag, 45(6): 15-17

Wind Power and Future Trading with Regulating Power. Minerals & Energy - Raw Materials Report 23(1): 1-11

Wind Scorpions A Brief Account of the Galeodidae.

Wind and Wave Data Analysis for the Aegean Sea - Preliminary Results. Journal of Atmospheric & Ocean Science 8(2-3): 163-189

Wind and flight. Natural Science, IV 344-346

Wind and orientation of migrating butterflies in comparison with birds. Verhandlungen XI Internationaler Kongress fuer Entomologie Wien 1960 Vienna (Symp): 3: 15-19

Wind and snow damage nine years following four harvest treatments in a subalpine fir - Engelmann spruce forest at Sicamous Creek in southern interior British Columbia, Canada. Forestry Chronicle 84(3): 401-409

Wind and the direction of insect flight. Amer Mus Novitates 291: 1-40

Wind and waders. Southland, January, 1969. Notornis, 16: 126-138

Wind and water at the surface of Mars. LPI Contribution 1164: (Abstract 3200

Wind as a factor in the local distribution of small mammals. Prock. Acad. Sci: 246

Wind channel experiments on a Pariah Kite. Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society, 27: 114- 115

Wind characterization and potential assessment using spectral analysis. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 22(2): 247-256

Wind currents, tidal streams and plankton off the Northumberland coast. Jour Mar Biol Assoc United Kingdom 38(3): 529-541

Wind damage and salinity effects of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on coastal baldcypress forests of Louisiana. U S

Wind damage resistance of Robinia pseudoacacia planted on the roadsides. Research Bulletin of the Hokkaido University Forests 64(2): 105-112

Wind drift during the spring migration of the common scoter (Melanitta nigra) and the long-tailed duck (Clangula hyemalis). Vogelwarte: 157-159

Wind drift, leading lines, and diurnal migration. Wilson Bull 79(1): 50-63

Wind driven ventilation of a mono-span greenhouse with a rose crop and continuous screened side vents and its effect on flow patterns and microclimate. Biosystems Engineering 101(1): 111-122

Wind effects on juvenile trees: a review with special reference to toppling of radiata pine growing in New Zealand. Forestry (oxford): 3, 377-387

Wind effects on retention time in highway ponds. Water Science and Technology 57(11): 1713-1720

Wind effects on the geomorphic development of the sea-marginal zone of the Mahanadi Delta, India. International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes 32, Part 2: 899

Wind effects on the lateral structure of density-driven circulation in Chesapeake Bay. Continental Shelf Research 28(17): 0-2471

Wind energy resource evaluation for Jiangsu Province based on RegCM3.

Wind erosion and microbial binding at the wave, central Colorado Plateau, Southwestern USA. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 39(5): 44

Wind erosion assessment and prediction using dynamic models and field experiments. Pages 185-207 1997

Wind erosion experiment and countermeasures on typical farmlands around Beijing.

Wind erosion in Borska Lowland region as exemplified by cadastral district Borsky Mikulas.

Wind erosion, desertification and profitability crisis in the livestock economy of Patagonia; Santa Cruz case study. Estudios Geograficos L III(208): 447-479

Wind makes mice scarce. New Scientist, 41: 187

Wind modeling of Chihuahuan Desert dust outbreaks. Atmospheric Environment 43(2): 347-354

Wind onset and withdrawal of Asian summer monsoon and their simulated performance in AMIP models. Climate Dynamics 32(7-8): 935-968

Wind power and birds: a Wisconsin bird conservation initiative issues paper.

Wind run changes: the dominant factor affecting pan evaporation trends in Australia. Journal of Climate 20(14): 3379-3394

Wind speed influence on phytoplankton bloom dynamics in the Southern Ocean marginal ice zone. Journal of Geophysical Research 112(C8): (C08006

Wind speed prediction using statistical regression and neural network. Journal of Earth System Science 117(4): 457-463

Wind stress drag coefficient over the global ocean. Journal of Climate 20(23): 5856-5864

Wind tunnel experiments of air flow patterns over nabkhas modeled after those from the Hotan River basin, Xinjiang, China (I): non-vegetated. Frontiers of Earth Science in China 2(3): 333-339

Wind tunnel simulation of environmental controls on fugitive dust emissions from mine tailings. Atmospheric Environment 43(3): 520-529

Wind tunnel studies of Martian aeolian processes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series A: Mathematical and Physical Sciences 341(1626): 331-360

Wind tunnel test of wind pressure distribution on mutual insert multi-greenhouse roof.

Wind velocity profiles with a blowing sand boundary layer; theoretical simulation and experimental validation. Journal of Geophysical Research 112(D19): (D19106

Wind wave measurements and modelling in Küdema Bay, Estonian Archipelago Sea.

Wind wave spectral observations in Currituck Sound, North Carolina. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 112(C5)

Wind wave-forced fine sediment erosion during the slack water periods in Hangzhou Bay, China. Environmental Geology (Berlin) 55(3): 629-638

Wind-Driven Surficial Oxygen Transfer. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 37(6): 539-563

Wind-driven interdecadal variability in the eastern tropical and South Pacific. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 112(C4)

Wind-induced reversal in Red Sea circulation. Deep-Sea Research, 212: 109-121

Wind-induced successional changes in pristine boreal Picea abies forest stands: evidence from long-term permanent plot records. Forestry (oxford): 3, 335-359

Wind-induced ventilation of the burrow of the prairie-dog, Cynomys ludovicianus. Journal Comp Physiol, 851: 1-14

Wind-related features and processes on Venus; summary of Magellan results. Icarus 115(2): 399-420

Wind-tidal flats. Unknown

Wind. waves. wing. Audubon Mag, 752: 26-32.41-49

Windermere: effects of exploitation and eutrophication on the salmonid community. Journal Fish Res Bd Canada, 296: 819-832

Windfarms a threat? - or can birds adapt?.

Windfarms and eagles - a case study of Edinbane, Skye. Scottish Bird News. Mar; 75: 8-9

Windfarms and golden eagles, the Argyll experience.

Windfarms birds and Scottish Power.

Windharps of the Wimmera. Wingspan. September; 163: 22-25

Windhorses and Dharma warriors: the religious, historical, and cultural relevance of horse protection rituals in Mustang, Nepal. BAR International Series, 1560: 339-353

Windimurra throws down the gauntlet. Mining Monthly 1999(September): 68-73

Windkanalmessungen an einem starren Haifischmodell bei hohen Reynolds-Zahlen. Fortschritte Zool, 242/3: 177-181

Windkanalversuche zur Abhangigkeit der Fluggeschwindigkeit einer Weisscheitelammer (Zonotrichia leucophrys) von der W indge sc hwindigkeit. Journal fur Ornithologie, 1131: 21-28

Windkraftnutzung - ein Problem fuer Grossvoegel?. Ornithologischer AnzeigerDezember; 44(2-3): 185-192

Windmills on the horizon; reliable seabed data for offshore wind facilities. Hydro International 11(6): 17-19

Window flight traps for insects. Canadian Ent 87(1): 46-47

Window in the sea. Window in the sea 208p Illus

Window pane oystexs in the Colombo Lake. Spolia Zeylanica, 8 151

Window to the epiphysis in sharks. Copeia, 2: 378-380

Window-pane oyster investigations, January and May, 1913. Spolia Zeylanica, 9 134-140

Window-tapping by birds. Spolia Zeylanica, 4(pt. 17: 65-66

Windows compatible dietary management software.

Windrichtung und Zugstarke beim Buchfinken (Fringilla coelebs L.).

Windrow management for annual ryegrass control: bury, burn or bomb?. 15th Australian Weeds Conference, Papers and Proceedings, Adelaide, South Australia, 24-28 September 2006: Managing weeds in a changing climate: 335-338

Winds and storms as agents in the diffusion of insects. American Naturalist, XXXVI 795-801

Winds system and dynamic based on erosion and deposition forms in Lout plain (dashte-lut).

Windshield wilderness: cars, roads, and nature in Washington's national parks. The Journal of American History 93(4): 1311-1312

Windsor Great Park and its birds. Surrey. Bird Rep, 24: 62-65

Windthrow damage in Picea abies is associated with physical and chemical stem wood properties. Trees 22(4): 463-473

Windthrown gaps as dead wood islands for saproxylic beetles in managed deciduous French forests. Latvijas Entomologs Supplementum 6: 16-25

Windturbines en vogels in Vlaanderen: voorlopige onderzoeksresultaten en aanbevelingen. Natuurs. 2003; 69(4): 145-155

Windward vs. leeward platform margins and the effect of localized sheltering, Tongue of the Ocean, Bahamas. Program and Abstracts of Papers - Caribbean Geological Conference 12: 65

Windy Mars; a dynamic planet as seen by the HiRISE camera. Geophysical Research Letters 34(23)

Windy city faces perplexing spider problem. Pest Control, 441: 29-35

Wine consumer: psychological dynamics and strategic relevance.

Wine contamination by ochratoxin A in relation to vine environment. International Journal of Food Microbiology 123(1-2): 74-80

Wine may lower liver disease risk.

Wine production by novel yeast biocatalyst prepared by immobilization on watermelon (Citrullus vulgaris) rind pieces and characterization of volatile compounds. Process Biochemistry 43(7): 748-752

Wine tasting and daydreaming; what's behind the water in your Napa Valley wine?. Geo-strata (Reston, VA) January: 28-32

Wine yeasts for the future. Fems Yeast Research 8(7): 979-995

Wine-growing habitats from Oltenia-Romania with vocation to obtaining quality wines of controlled origin (D.O.C.).

Wine-growing practises in the Marche region (central Italy); effects on geomorphological and hydrogeological setting of the slopes. International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes 32, Part 1: 382

Winemaking process engineering: on line fermentation monitoring - sensors and equipment.

Winfried Lampert: Natural selection is ecology in action. Archiv fuer Hydrobiologie. September; 1671-4: vi-ix

Wing abnormality in Locustana pardalana. Nature London, 13: 197

Wing adjustments of Pterodactyls. Aeronautical Journal, 18: 336-342

Wing and body tissue relationships of DDT and metabolite residues in mallard and lesser scaup ducks. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 3(1): 37-48

Wing and opposite leg stretch by Bengalese finch. Wilson Bull7:

Wing and pronotum length in grouse locusts. Genetics Menasha, 23: 161

Wing and tail molt in the Reeves pheasant. Ohio J Sci 66(5): 489-495

Wing asymmetry in the thaumastocorid Discocoris drakei (Hemiptera). Revista Peru Ent, 181: 12-13

Wing base structure in Lepidoptera I. Forewingbase.il. Hind wing base. Canadian Entomologist, 95: 1024-1050

Wing base structure in Lepidoptera. III. Taxonomie characters. Can Ottawa: 943-949

Wing beat frequency in the aging house fly, Musca dornest1ca L. Journal of General Physiology, 50: 1082

Wing clapping in the blue-tailed damselfly Ischnura elegans (Vander Linden). Journal of the British Dragonfly Society. October; 202: 70-72

Wing claws in the White-necked Crow (Corvus leucognaphalus). Auk: 373

Wing colour dominance within Erina (Candalides) hyacinthina (Semper) (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Victorian Entomologist. December; 316: 90-91

Wing coupling in a bark louse: a light and S.E.M. study (Psocoptera: Mesopsocidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 471: 136-140

Wing defects in a population of pallid bats. Amer Midland Natur 79(2): 388-395

Wing development and evolution of New Zealand Lucanidae (Insecta: Coleoptera). Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand Zoology, 3: 99-116

Wing dimorphism in Calathus ingratus Dejean (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Coleopterists. IUCN Bull, 261: 30

Wing dimorphism in Metabletus americanus Dejean (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Entomological News, 842: 68

Wing disc development during caste differentiation in the ant Pheidole megacephala (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Evolution & Development 6(5): 336-341

Wing flashing in a Brown thrasher and Cat-bird. Wilson Bull.: 82: 330-331

Wing form and gene formation in nine genotypos of Drosophila melanogaster. Biological Bulletin Wood's Hole, 82: 215-232

Wing form composition in the field population of two species of lygaeid bugs, Dimorphopterus pallipes and D. japonicus, and its relation to environmental conditions. Japanese Journal of Ecology, 274: 263-267

Wing formation of Curlew. Field London, 183: 589

Wing formula as a means of distinguishing Summer tanager, Piranga ruba, from Hepatic tanager, P. flava. Bird-Banding, 40: 144-145

Wing formula of Willow warbler and chiffchaff. Bird Study, 16: 60-62

Wing kinematics measurement and aerodynamics of hovering droneflies. Journal of Experimental Biology 211(Pt 13): 2014-2025

Wing length as an indicator of weight : a contribution. Bird-Banding, 32: 71-79

Wing length changes of the knot with age and time since moult. Bird Study, 201: 63-68

Wing length in the Black-capped Chickadee. Bird-Banding, 27: 32

Wing length of Slate-colored Junco. Bird-Banding, 33: 97-99

Wing length of lapwing (Vanellus vanellus) before and after skinning, with remarks on measuring methods. Ornis Fennica, 45: 124-126

Wing length of reed warblers. Report Wicken Fen Group, 7: 10-13

Wing length, body weight, and geography. Wilson Bull 74(2): 185

Wing length, hood coloration, and sex ratio in dark-eyed juncos wintering in northern Utah. Bird-Banding, 462: 126-130

Wing lengths of clamorous reed warblers Acrocephalus stentoreus in Israel. Ring 26(2): 89-92

Wing loading and habitat selection in forest beetles: Are red-listed species poorer dispersers or more habitat-specific than common congenerics?. Biological Conservation. October; 1322: 250-260

Wing loading in Pallid bats. Journal of Mammalogy, 50: 140-144

Wing loading in Plecotus rafinesquii. Journal of Mammalogy 52(2): 458-460

Wing loading in primitive birds. Unknown

Wing loss in Aneurus laevis (F.) (Hem., Aneuridae). Entomologist's Monthly Magazine, 110: 121

Wing marker for American woodcock. Bird-Banding, 483: 224-227

Wing markings in Diptera. Proceedings and Transactions South London Entomological and Natural History Society, 1941-42: 62-68

Wing mechan-ism and folding in Coleoptera. Transourne nat. Hist. Soc

Wing micro-sculp-turing in termite genera Odontotermes, Hypotermes and Microtermes (Termitidaeacrotermitinae) and its taxo-nomie value). Zoologischer Anzeiger, 178: 236-262

Wing molt and systematic position of the genus Gampsonyx. Auk, 76: 360

Wing moult in the Savi's warbler. Ringing Migr, 13: 125-130

Wing moult in the pied kingfisher Cerylerudis (Linn.). Bull Br Orn Club, 91: 147-149

Wing moult of eastern Olivaceous warblers Hippolais pallida reiseri at stopover sites at the southern fringe of the Sahara. Ringing and Migration e; 22(3): 185-189

Wing moult of ruddy ducks in Manitoba. Bulletin Br Orn Club, 933: 98-99

Wing moult of two-barred crossbill. Yorkshire Birding. undated; 133: 103-104

Wing movements in katydids: fiddling finesse. Science New York, 1784057: 174-176

Wing musculature of fireflies (Coleoptera, Lampyridae) with a different degree of elytrae and wing reduction. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal, 45: 1023-1032

Wing of butterfly as a receptor of infra-red radiation. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR Moscow (NS): 93: 369-372

Wing pattern evolution and the origins of mimicry among North American admiral butterflies (Nymphalidae: Limenitis). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 39(3): 747-758

Wing pattern in Papilionid Lepidoptera. Entomologist London, 76: 201-203

Wing pattern variations of Clepsis pallidana (Tortricidae, Tortricinae) in the eastern area of Hokkaido. Japan Heterocerists' Journal10: 427-429

Wing polymorphism in aphids II. Interaction between aphids. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 8: 49-64

Wing production by the aphid Myzus persicae related to nutritional factors in potato plants and artificial diets. Unknown

Wing production in aphids. Entomological News Philadelphia, 23 149-151

Wing profile shape in a fruit-bat gliding in a wind tunnel determined by photogrammetry. Periodicum biol, 751: 77-82

Wing pterylography of some starlings. Pavo1-2: 45-74

Wing reduction in endemic Hawaiian psocids. Journal of Natural History, 1: 149-150

Wing repair in pallid bats. Journal of Mammalogy, 532: 377-378

Wing sampling of snipes and woodcock in Denmark. Seasons 2000/01 and 2001/2 - progress report. Woodcock and Snipe Specialist Group Newsletter. December; 28: 4-9

Wing shape in the Drosophila simulans species complex. Drosophila Information Service. December; 85: 31-34

Wing shape in the context of foraging strategies in Rhinolophoidea. Plecotus et al: 35-40 pars specialis

Wing structure of Lepidoptera and the phylogenetic and taxonomic value of certain persistent Trichopterous characters. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 12 349-366

Wing survey of woodcock and snipe in Denmark. International Wader Studies 13: 108-114

Wing tags a method of marking birds.

Wing tags for raptors. RingNo. 68-69: 169-170

Wing variation in migrant birds. Travaux de l'Institut de Zoologie Acad Sci URSS Moscow, 8: 221-237

Wing variations found in screw-worm flies, Cochliomyia hominivorax, and three other Calliphoridae (Diptera). Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 55: 210-212

Wing veins of bees as strengthening elements. Psyche 33(2): 39-41

Wing Veins Of Insects. Science 25(640): 543-544

Wing venation Antheraea Hubner (Saturniidae: Lepidoptera). Bulletin EntSoc. India: 138-139

Wing venation and male genitalia of Tessaratoma Berthold, with remarks on Tessarato-minae Stal (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London (A): 29: 9-16

Wing venation anomaly in Chrysopa formosa Brauer, 1850 (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae). Boletin de la SEA. Octubre; 35: 276

Wing venation in some Cercopoidea. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Nigeria, 1(2): 52-56

Wing venation of insects and its significance for systematics. Izv Akad Nauk SSSR Leningrad, no. 2: 199-203

Wing venation of the Buprestidae. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 18: 251-271

Wing venation pattern of Plecoptera (Insecta: Neoptera). Illiesia. 27 December; 19: 52-81

Wing-Spreading, wing-drying and food-warming in great cormorants Phalacrocorax carbo. Journal of Avian Biology 39(5): 576-578

Wing-beat rate in the genus Ardea. Honeyguide, 67,1971: 23-26

Wing-dimorphism in Agonum cupreum Dej.(Coleoptera: Carabidae). Cordulia, 34: 152

Wing-dimorphism in Amara obesa Say (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Cordulia, 34: 168

Wing-dimorphism in Cymindis cribricollis Dejean and C. neglecta Haldeman (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Great Lakes Entomologist, 53: 85

Wing-dimorphism in Patrobus longicornis Say (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Coleopterists Bull, 271: 32

Wing-dimorphism in Synchus impunctatus Say (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Cordulia, 32: 52

Wing-drumming of Hobby. British Birds, 41: 153

Wing-flapping rates of birds. Auk, 64: 019-020

Wing-flashing and other behaviour of a mockingbird towards its dead young. Wilson. IUCN Bull8(4): 666.

Wing-flashing behavior in the white-capped dipper (Cinclus leucocephalus). Ornitologia Neotropical30; 13(3): 319-321

Wing-flashing in the Galapagos Mockingbird : 372. Notes on methods of feeding and tne use of tools in the Geospizinae : 372-373. Auk, 80

Wing-flashing in the Mockingbird. Wilson Bulletin Ann Arbor, 58: 206-209

Wing-flashing in the Red-backed Scrub-robin, Erythropygia zambesiana. Auk, 81: 91-92

Wing-flashing in the black-and-white fantail (Rhipidura leucophrys). Wilson Bull5(3): 340.

Wing-formula variation in Dunnock population. Bird Migration: 118-120

Wing-length and brood patches as a guide to sexing willow warblers and chiff chaffs. Report Wicken Fen Group, 3,1971: 30-32

Wing-length in some New England Acridiidae. Psyche, VII 13 & 53

Wing-lengths of the Robin. Bird Migration, 2: 37

Wing-loading a plea for consistency in usage. The Auk 88(4): 927-928

Wing-measurements of Blue Tits. British Birds, 48: 371-372

Wing-moult of oystercatchers in Iceland. Ibis, 1171: 114

Wing-pattern in Lycaenid Lepidoptera. Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London (A): 20: 97-100

Wing-pattern of Pierid-butterflies (Lepidoptera, Pieridae). Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie, 35: 283-301

Wing-scale morphology and nomenclature. Bulletin Allyn Mus, 31: 1-32

Wing-shape and adult resources in lycaenids. Journal Lepid Soc, 263: 196-197

Wing-span of Wedge-tailed Eagle.

Wing-spur power of the Water-hen. Irish Naturalists' Journal, 8: 199-200

Wing-tagged trumpeter swan in northeast Tennessee. Migrant. December; 744: 97-99

Wing-tagging ducklings in pipped eggs. J Wildlife Manage 32(1): 172-174

Wing-tips. Unknown

Wing-venation as a factor for the identification of pierid butterflies in the forests of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Zoology. June; 331: 49-56

Wing-venation of Coleoptera. Part I. Studies on the wing-venation of five species of Meloidae. Part II. Carabidae and Curculionidae. Proceedings of the Rajasthan Academy of Science, 7: 63-66

Wing-venation variations in the rose sawfly, Emphytus cinctipes Norton (Tenthredinidac: Hymenoptera). Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, 7: 30-32

Wingate and C. G. The sterno- and brachiocephalic muscles and their nerve-supply, with special reference to the Ungulata. Anatomischer Anzeiger, 42 71-79

Wingbeat frequency and flap-pause ratio during natural migratory flight in thrushes. Integrative and Comparative Biology 48(1): 134-151

Winge's Paper on The Interaction between two closely linked Lethals in Drosophila as the cause of the apparent constancy of the mutant Spread. A necessary rectification. Genetica 's-Gravenhage, 4: 457-460

Wingecarribee peat swamp, southern highlands, New South Wales; and its water. Pages 51-58 2006

Winged Insects from a Palaeontological Point of View, or the Geological History of Insects. Mem Soc: 353-358

Winged ants as fish food. Prairie Nat(2): 57-58

Winged aphids. Entomological News Philadelphia, 19 122-123

Winged aphids trapped over grain fields in South Georgia. J Ga Entomol Soc 3(3): 83-90

Winged armoured mites (Galumnidae) of pastures in southern Kazakhstan. Trudy Vsesoiuzn Akad Sel'skokhoz Naukim V I Lenina Kazakhskii Filial Inst Vet, 6: 589-609

Winged company: Studies in Bird watching. Unknown

Winged jewels from many lands. National Geographic Magazine Washington, 69: 673, 676-677, 680-681, 684-685, 688

Winged messengers of disaster. New Scientist, 761077: 352-353

Winged messengers: the decline of birds. Worldwatch Paper. March; 165: 1-72

Winged nymphs and Rafinesque's tomb. Linnean. October; 214: 25-28

Winged sharks. Bull. NY Zool Soc, 38: 129-133

Winged workers in the ant, Formica obscuriventris clivia Creighton. Proc Iowa Acad Sct 62: 509-513

Wingflashing by male Mockingbirds. Wilson Bulletin, 63: 204-206

Winging back to the future: an historic reconstruction of seabird diversity, distribution and abundance in the Northwest Atlantic, 1500-2000. University of British Columbia Fisheries Centre Research Reports, 101: 29-37

Winging it: moth flight behavior and responses of olfactory neurons are shaped by pheromone plume dynamics. Chemical Senses 31(2): 155-166

Wingless insects at sea. Sea Secrets, 173: 12

Wingless signaling directly regulates cyclin E expression in proliferating embryonic PNS precursor cells. Mechanisms of Development 125(9-10): 857-864

Wings across the moon. Audubon Mag 54(4): 212-218

Wings in the water. Pacific Discovery(3): 28-29,illust.

Wings of British, European and S. American butterflies bearing the marks of attack by enemies, chiefly birds. Proct. Soc. London: 71-73

Wings of butterflies, day- and night-flying moths and other insects collected by the late F. W. Urich in the haunts of a Trinidad bat, Micronycteris megalotis (Gray). Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London (A): 14: 38-40

Wings over Bharatpur. Wildlife Lond, 1911: 506-510

Wings over Coffs Coast. Wingspan. December; 144: 33

Wings over the Bosporus. Birds RSPB Mag, 57: 24-26

Wings under water. Natural History New York, 61: 160-163

Wings win. Showing that neither fins, feet, wheels nor propeller-driven airplanes can com-pare with Nature's tiny speed champion, Cephenomyia. Natural History New York, 40: 559-565

Wings, insects, birds, men. Unknown

Winifred T. Record of two Pseudoscorpions from Claremont-Laguna region. Journal of Entomology and Zoology Claremont, 9 26-29

Winke fur das Sammeln im Suden Europas. Koleopterologische Rundschau, 14: 158-165

Winke fur den praktischen Vogelschutz Im Fruhjahr. Ornithologische Mitteilungen Gottingen, 19: 62-63

Winke fur die Anfertigung von Dauerpraparaten. Mikrokosmos Stuttgart: 121-126

Winke fur die Beschaftigung mit unseren Harpacticiden. Mikrokosmos, 3812: 269-272

Winke fur die Untersuchung der Kauwerkzeuge von Radertieren. Mikrokosmos Stuttgart, 30: 158-163

Winke fur die praktische Arbeit. Einfachste Lebensformen Berlin, 1: 17

Winke fur ein wissenschaftliches Sammeln von Thieren. Unknown

Winke fur ornithologisches Sammeln in den Kolonien. Ornithologische Monatsberichte, I 98-100

Winke zur Haltung von Kleinnagern. Zoologische Garten Leipzig (N F): 19: 158-159

Winke zur Unter-suchung und Bestimmung der bdel-loiden Rotatorien. Mikrokosmos, 408: 193-197

Winke zur Unterhaltung und Praparation der Kafersammlung in den Tropen. Entomologische Rundschau, 58: 17-22, 35-37

Winkelkompensation bei Zwergwachteln (Excalfactoria chinensis). Vogelwarte, 271: 39-50

Winkelmessungen am Schmettprlingstlugel. Arch mikros Anat Berlin, 104: 409-420

Winkelzahne von Ophiocistioiden aus Silur, Devon und Karbon. Lethaia, 92: 179-184

Winkerkrabben in Europa. Umschau, 595: 137-139

Winkerkrabben nehmen DDT auf. Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau, 22: 460

Winkler, Wien: die Geschichte eines entomologischen Handelshauses.

Winkles and the problem of zonation. Report of the Challenger Society, 310: 26

Winkles, whelks and warreners: a year of shelling at Taroona. Tasmanian Naturalist, 127: 57-71

Winner of the Southwood Prize 2007.

Winners and losers among the planktonic Foraminifera across the Selli (OAE1A, late early Aptian) and Bonarelli (OAE2, latest Cenomanian) events. International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes 32, Part 1: 753

Winners and losers from the 2001 Gujarat earthquake. Environment and Urbanization 20(1): 177-186

Winners and losers: the effects of being allowed or denied entry into competitive extracurricular activities.

Winnsboro Field, Wood County, Texas. Publication - University of Texas, Bureau of Economic Geology 5116: 431-434

Winogradskyella poriferorum sp. nov., a novel member of the family Flavobacteriaceae isolated from a sponge in the Bahamas. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 55(Pt 4): 1589-1592

Winrock International India.

Wintemahrung and Kommensalismus der Lachmowe (Larus ridibundus). Orn. Mitt., Gottingen, 22: 31-35

Winter - Tone - Grabungsende. Sedimenttransferpraeparate und Abguesse unter extremen Bedingungen.

Winter 1962-63 observations of birds near Wroclaw. Acta Ornithologica Warszawa, 8: 341-347

Winter 2001-2002. Indiana Audubon Quarterly. November; 804: 181-193

Winter 2003; Kilauea crater maps. Newsletter - Hawai'i Speleological Survey of the National Speleological Society 14(Fall): 26-29

Winter 2006-2007 report (December - February).

Winter Bird notes from Roosevelt Lake, Arizona. Condor: 121-123

Winter Bird records 1922 to 1926, in northwestern Iowa. Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 331927: 307-313

Winter Bird records of Chickasaw and adjacent counties. Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 32(1926): 425-428

Winter Bird-life at Okanagan Landing, British Columbia,1917and 1918. Canadian Field Naturalist, 37: 70-74

Winter Birds in eastern Arkansas. Wilson Bulletin Oberlin, 36: 201-205

Winter Birds of Prince Edward Island. Auk: 262-267

Winter Birds on north-eastern Iowa. Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 47: 371-385

Winter Chiffchaff song. British Birds, 41: 309

Winter Meeting of the American Society of Zoologists. American Zoologist, 705-824

Winter Mountain Notes from Southern Arizona. Auk, II 172-174

Winter Notes from Morocco. Ibis, 241-255

Winter Notes from New Mexico. Auk, II 121-128 & 233-239

Winter Notes from Switzerland and North Italy. Zool, 258-263

Winter Notes in Spain. Ibis: 444-461

Winter Observa-tions of the Lazuli Bunting near Hope, British Columbia. Murrelet, 32: 27

Winter Park sinkhole; solving its geographic problems. Abstracts, Annual Meeting - Association of American Geographers 1982: 47

Winter Riviera butter-flies, 1938-39. Entomologist London, 73: 77-80

Winter Robins in Nova Scotia. Auk Cambridge Mass, 36 205-217

Winter Robins in Wisconsin. Bird Lore Harrisburg P: 14 165-166

Winter Rodent damage to game cover. Journal of Mammalogy, 18: 57-61

Winter Starling roosts in the Marlborough area. Report of the Marlborough College Natural History Society, 97: 21-34

Winter Starling roosts of Washington. Wilson Bulletin Sioux City, 44: 66-75

Winter Use of Senescent Herbaceous Plants by White-tailed Deer in Minnesota. The American Midland Naturalist 160(1): 253-258

Winter Wren feeds Townsend Solitaire young. Condor, 64: 240

Winter abundance in Laguna Melincue, Argentina. Flamingo. December; 14: 17

Winter abundance of Arctogadus glacialis in the Polar Basin. Copeia (2): 236-237

Winter abundance of waterfowl in Virginia: 1965-1999. Raven. Spring; 721: 52-59

Winter activities of Vespula maculifrons. Ann Entomol Soc Amer 61(2): 542-544

Winter activity and roosts of the noctule (Nyctalus noctula) in an urban area (central Slovakia). Lynx (Prague): 36: 39-45

Winter activity by an eastern box turtle (Terrapene carolina carolina) in Virginia. Banisteria, 26: 20-21

Winter activity in Oklahoma frogs. Copeia (2): 178

Winter activity of Ixodes ricinus in a Berlin forest. International Journal of Medical Microbiology 298(supp-S1): 0-54

Winter activity of red squirrels in interior Alaska. Journal of Mammalogy, 39: 443-444

Winter activity of spiders and pseudoscorpions in the South-Eastern Alps (Italy). Italian Journal of Zoology (Modena). March; 741: 31-38

Winter activity of the eastern chipmunk in Minnesota. Journal of Mammalogy, 40: 444-445

Winter activity of the hime-habu (Ovophis okinavensis) in the humid subtropics: foraging on breeding anurans at low temperatures. Unknown

Winter activity of the prairie mole, Scalopus aquaticus machrinus (Rafinesque). ASB Bull, 11: 39

Winter activity of theSkunk. Ecology Brooklyn, 18: 326-327

Winter activity patterns of black-capped chickadees in interior Alaska. Wilson. IUCN Bull, 881: 36-61

Winter adaptations in chickadees and titmice and the added effect of habitat fragmentation. Unknown

Winter aggregations of bats (Chiroptera) in caves of central Podillya (Ukraine). Vestnik Zoologii. Mart-Aprel; 392: 37-45, 95

Winter aggregations, size classes and relative tail breaks in the tree lizard, Urosaurus ornatus (Sauria: Iguanidae). Herpetologica, 302: 182-183

Winter amongst the Bighorns. Animals, 12: 523

Winter and spring Riviera butterflies, 1937-38. Entomologist London, 72: 31-36

Winter and spring butterflies in a Riviera garden. Entomologist London, 71: 77-81

Winter and spring ecology of Anaphes nitens , a solitary egg-parasitoid of the Eucalyptus snout-beetle Gonipterus scutellatus. BioControl 54(2): 195-209

Winter and spring habits and density of Maine skunks. Jl: 673-675

Winter and spring ticks and their control. Dept Agric Ottawa Sci Serv Ent, 1-4

Winter and spring water quality of the Big Creek Watershed, Craighead County, Arkansas: nutrients, habitat, and macroinvertebrates. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science, 57: 27-36

Winter and summer circulatory changes in refrigerated and active bats, Myotis lucifugus. Journal of Mammalogy, 48: 132-134

Winter and summer feeding of the brown hare in Transvolga territory. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal, 43: 1089-1093

Winter and summer structure of the Caribbean low-level jet. Journal of Climate 21(6): 1260-1276

Winter and tropical storm event identification based on Late Holocene shell beds, Ten Thousand Islands, S.W. Florida. Keck Research Symposium in Geology. April; 15: 4pp.

Winter appraisals of annual productivity in geese and other water birds. Report Wildfowl Trust, 1962-63(15): 114-126

Winter area behaviour of drongos and forest kingfishers. Australian Bird Bander, 111: 3-4

Winter auf Sardinien. Ornithologische Mitteilungen Stuttgart, 17: 25-33

Winter avifauna of Lublin - species composition, distribution and numbers. Berkut 14(1): 1-23

Winter awakening patterns in the bats Myotis lucifugus and Pipistrellus subflavus. Journal of Mammalogy, 45: 645-647

Winter banding of passerines on the Alaska peninsula. Bird-Banding, 454: 307-314

Winter beaver pond usage by red-headed and pileated woodpeckers. Oriole(4): 73-78.

Winter bedding site selection by the roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) in Sanjiang National Nature Reserve, Heilongjiang Province, China. Zoological Research. Aug; 274: 403-410

Winter behavior of the Ring-necked Pheasant, Phasianus colchicus as related to winter cover in Winnebago County, Iowa. Iowa State College Journal of Science, 274: 447-465

Winter behavior of the eastern box turtle, Terrapene c. caroling L., in eastern Tennessee. Copeia, 758-760

Winter behavior patterns of the Manitoba toad, Bufo hemiophrys, in northwestern Minnesota. Annales Academiae Scientiarum Fennicae Ser A IV, 71: 421-431

Winter behaviour and population dynamics of American eagles in Western Utah. Diss. Abstr. Int.: 30B 4424-4425

Winter behaviour of the Himalayan pika, Ochotona roylei. Journal of the Faculty of Science Hokkaido University Zoology, 16: 582-594

Winter behaviour of the granite spiny lizard Sceloporus orcutti Stejneger. Copeia, 708-712

Winter behaviour of two semi-albino Western Robins. Condor, 35: 52-54

Winter bird assemblages across an aridity gradient in south-west Western Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 90(Part 4): 219-227

Winter bird census at Xilitla, San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Condor, 54: 345-355

Winter bird censuses in a garden city.. Var Fagelvarld, 13: 76-83

Winter bird distribution in abiotic and habitat structural gradients: a case study with Mediterranean montane oakwoods. Ecoscience, 131: 100-110

Winter bird fauna of the Kustanaisk steppes. Byulleten Moskovskogo Obshchestva Ispytatelei Prirody, 74(5): 42-49

Winter bird life in the Pocono mountains, Pennsylvania. Cassinia Philadelphia, No 10(1906): 35-39

Winter bird list from London, Ontario, Canad. Field Naturalist Ottawa, 34 97

Winter bird movements. BTO News, 15: 1-2

Winter bird notes from Hoy, Orkney. Scottish Nat 68(2): 71-73

Winter bird notes from extreme southern Illinois. Auk Cambridge N Ser, 24 281-286

Winter bird observations at Uranium City, Saskatchewan 19691976 . Blue Jay, 351: 31-32

Winter bird observations in the Boise National Forest, Idaho. Condor 47(4): 170-172

Winter bird observations on Tsushima, Japan. Miscellaneous Rephina Inst. Orn: 330-332

Winter bird population studies 1972. Burling Park. Upland oak-hickory hardwood forest. Atlantic Nat, 272: 84

Winter bird population studies 1972. Cabin John area. Mature deciduous floodplain forest. Atlantic Nat, 272: 81-82

Winter bird population studies 1972. Glover-Archbold Park. Mixed upland habitat. Atlantic Nat, 272: 82-83

Winter bird population studies 1972. Woodend Sanctuary. Mixed upland habitat. Atlantic Nat, 272: 83-84

Winter bird population studies 1973. Atlantic Nat, 282: 57-58

Winter bird population studies 1973 - Burling Park upland hardwood forest. Atlantic Nat, 282: 60-61

Winter bird population studies 1973 - Piscataway Park abandoned field. Atlantic Nat, 282: 61

Winter bird population studies 1973 - Woodend Sanctuary mixed upland habitat. Atlantic Nat, 282: 59-60

Winter bird population studies 1973. Cabin John area. Mature deciduous floodplain forest. Atlantic Nat, 282: 58

Winter bird population studies 1973. Glover-Archbold Park mixed upland habitat. Atlantic Nat, 282: 58-59

Winter bird population studies 1974. Burling Park. Upland deciduous forest. Atlantic Nat, 292: 77-78

Winter bird population studies 1974. Cabin John area. Mature deciduous floodplain forest. Atlantic Nat, 292: 74-75

Winter bird population studies 1974. Glover-Archbold Park. Mixed upland habitat. Atlantic Nat, 292: 77

Winter bird population studies 1974. Piscataway Park. Abandoned field. Atlantic Nat, 292: 79-80

Winter bird population studies 1974. Rock Creek Park. Central hardwood forest. Atlantic Nat, 292: 75

Winter bird population studies 1974. Summary. Atlantic Nat, 292: 74

Winter bird population studies 1974. Woodend Sanctuary. Mixed upland and floodplain habitat. Atlantic Nat, 292: 78-79

Winter bird population studies 1975. Atlantic Nat, 302: 68-70,75-76

Winter bird populations in pine and pine-hardwood forest stands in east Texas. Proceedings a Conf S East Ass Fish Wildl Agencies, 31: 134-137

Winter bird populations in the deciduous forest along the Red River in North Dakota. Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, 10: 12

Winter bird populations of Golfo San Jose, Argentina. Bulletin Br Orn Club, 932: 56-63

Winter bird populations of two Colorado Pinon-Juniper woodlands. J-Wyo.-Acad. Sci: 77

Winter bird records from the Chisos Mountains and vicinity. Southwestern Naturalist, 14: 252-254

Winter bird survey of lakes Izu and Uchi, Miyagi, with special reference to the waterfowl. Miscellaneous Reports of the Yamashina Institute of Ornithology and Zoology, 5: 85-91

Winter bird use of seed-rich habitats in agri-environment schemes. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 126(3-4): 189-194

Winter bird-population study. Audubon Field Notes, 18: 390-413

Winter birdlife as seen by the Christmas counts. Flicker, 35: 43-45

Winter birds about Washington, D.C., 1916-1917. Wilson Bulletin, 29 183-187

Winter birds and early spring arrivals. Ottawa Naturalist, XIII 50 & 51

Winter birds at Point Pelee. Ottawa Naturalist, 23 46-50

Winter birds at Point Pelee, Ont. Ottawa Naturalist, 24 35-36

Winter birds at Wareham, Mass. Auk Cambridge Mass, 32 499-500

Winter birds at a center city, Philadelphia, location November 1966-April 1967. Cassinia, 1968- (No. 51: 47-52

Winter birds in Karadeniz-Eregli. 1976-1977. Bulletin orn Soc Turk, 14: 5-7

Winter birds in Manitoba. Manitoba Nat, 154: 14-22

Winter birds in Maryland. Maryland Naturalist Baltimore, 18: 17-20

Winter birds in Shady Valley 1966-67. Migrant, 38: 9-10

Winter birds in northwestern Ohio. Explorer: 10-15

Winter birds in the town of Parry Sound, Ontario, 1964-1973. Ontario Field Biologist, 281: 19-47

Winter birds of East Goose Creek, Florida. Auk Cambridge Mass, 36 45-66

Winter birds of Korea. Korean Nature, 6-7

Winter birds of New Ontario, and other notes on northern birds. Auk Cambridge Mass, 26 55-59

Winter birds of Rice County, Minnesota (a 25 year summary). Loon(1): 11-13

Winter birds of a cattail marsh. Migrant, Tennessee: 45-47

Winter birds of northern McKenzic county, North Dakota. Wilson Bulletin Oberlin, 25 93-94

Winter birds of the Carolinas and nearby states. Winter birds of the Carolinas and nearby states John F Blair Winston-Salem North Carolina, 1-136

Winter birds of the Cobalt region. Ottawa Naturalist, 22 65-66

Winter birds of the Gya-Miru Wildlife Sanctuary, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, India. Indian Birds ch- il; 1(2): 26-28

Winter birds of the Okanagan district B. C. Ottawa Naturalist, XIII 143-146

Winter birds of the Salton sea region. Condor Hollywood, 13 129-137

Winter birds of the campus at Flagstaff. Plateau Flagstaff, 13: 65-68

Winter birds of the north fork of the Flathead River, Montana. Flicker Minneapolis, 17: 55-58

Winter birds of upland plant communities. Auk, 64: 382-388

Winter breeding of shags. British Birds, 60: 214-215

Winter breeding of the American Crossbill. J Ornith. Soc. Portland: 62

Winter breeding of the western grebe. Condor, 69: 209

Winter calling of black-necked grebe. British Birds, 60: 300

Winter care of the Quail (Colinus virginianus). Pennsylvania Dep Agric, i(No. 10: 30 & 31

Winter carrying capacity of marginal Ruffed Grouse environment in north-central United States. Canadian Field Naturalist, 51: 31-34

Winter catch crops forage quality grown in Zetsko-Bjelopavlicka plain.

Winter catches of grey mullet (Mugil capito Cuvier 1829) in Lake Borullus. A.R.E. Zoologicke Listy, 241: 81-95

Winter cattle grazing to create foraging habitat for choughs Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax at South Stack RSPB Reserve, Anglesey, Wales. Conservation Evidence, 2: 32-33

Winter caving in Japan; Mount Fuji, icicles, and a journey to the center of the Earth. Annual Convention Program - National Speleological Society 2002: A17

Winter census of birds on Lake Issyk-Kul in January 2004..

Winter census of the great bustard in the South-Kazakhstan Region..

Winter cereal yields as affected by animal manure and green manure in organic arable farming. European Journal of Agronomy 30(2): 119-128

Winter climate affects long-term trends in stream water nitrate in acid-sensitive catchments in southern Norway.

Winter cloudiness variability in the Mediterranean region and its connection to atmospheric circulation features. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 96(3-4): 357-373

Winter coats of white-tailed jackrabbits in Southwestern Colorado. Journal of Mammalogy, 44: 420-121

Winter coexistence of Clethrionomys gapperi and Microtus pennsylvanicus in a grassland habitat. American Midland Naturalist, 882: 440-445

Winter coexistence of voles in spruce forest: relevance of seasonal changes in aggression. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 538: 1004-1011

Winter collecting in the Oregon coast range. Bulletin Oreg. ent. Soco.,63: 535-536.

Winter collecting notes on Florida Rhopalocera. Jork ent. Soc: 235-237

Winter collection of Cnemidophorus sexlineatus eggs from Arkansas. Herpetological Rev(2): 33.

Winter coloni zation of snails. Nautilus Philadelphia, 534: 142-143

Winter colonies of bats in old fortifications in Nysa (SW Poland). Przyroda Sudetow Zachodnich, 39-48 Suplement 2

Winter colonisation of new ponds by water beetles. Latissimus. December; 15: 12

Winter common starling roosts in Bedfordshire 1946-2002 including the results 1999/2000 to 2001/2002 winter starling roost survey. Bedfordshire Naturalist. 2002 ; 572: 69-75

Winter concentration of bald eagles at Grand Lake, Oklahoma. Southwestern Naturalist, 6: 107-108

Winter conditions in northern Ohio, winter of 1913-14. Wilson Bulletin Chicago, 26 18-19

Winter congregations of Plethodon cinereus in ant mounds, with notes on their food habits. American Midl: 482-485

Winter daytime dens of Opossums. Journal of Mammalogy, 17: 410-411

Winter deer food production and rabbit utilization of various site preparation treatments. Proceedings a Conf SEast Ass Game Fish Commnrs, 26: 218-221

Winter deer mortality on two private hunting clubs. Papers from the Michigan Academy of Science, 48: 277-287

Winter diapause in Culex mosquitoes of the northeastern United States. Proceedings of the New Jersey Mosquito Control Association Inc, 89: 42-50

Winter diapause in a Mediterranean population of Pisaura mirabilis (Clerck). Bull Br arachnol Soc, 2: 6-10

Winter diapause in the squatter wasps Antodynerus flavescens (Fabr.) and Chalybion bengalense (Dahlb.) (Vespoidea and Sphecoidea). Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 61(1964): 662-667