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L’albatros à queue courte (Phoebastria albatrus)

Remerciements

Nadine Parker remercie tout spécialement Ken Morgan pour ses opinions éclairées ainsi que Krista Amey, de la section des systèmes d’information géographique (SIG) du Service canadien de la faune à Delta (Colombie-Britannique), pour son aide concernant les cartes de répartition et les estimations de la population canadienne; elle remercie également les bibliothécaires d’Environnement Canada à North Vancouver pour les efforts qu’ils ont déployés pour retracer les documents pertinents, même les plus obscurs, sans oublier toutes les personnes avec qui elle a communiqué et qui lui ont si généreusement consacré du temps et fait part de leurs connaissances.

Ouvrages cités

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Balogh, G. 2003. Information to Nadine Parker from Greg Balogh, Endangered Species Program, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/AFWFO, Anchorage, Alaska.

Camp, K. 1993. Observations of Short-tailed Albatrosses (Diomedea albatrus) in the Bering Sea. Colonial Waterbirds 16(2):221-222.

Campbell, R.W., N.K. Dawe, I. McTaggart-Cowan, J.M. Cooper, G.W. Kaiser et M.C.E. McNall. 1990. The Birds of British Columbia Volume One. 514 p.

Cochrane, J.F., et A.M. Starfield. 1999. A simulated assessment of incidental take effects on a Short-tailed Albatross population. National Marine Fisheries Service, Juneau, Alaska, et U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Anchorage, Alaska. 37 p.

Crockford, S., G. Frederick et R. Wigen. 1997. A humerus story: Albatross element distribution from two northwest coast sites, North America. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 7:287-291.

Crockford, S. 2003. The archaeological history of Short-tailed Albatross in British Columbia: a review and summary of STAL skeletal remains, as compared to other avian species, identified from historic and prehistoric midden deposits. Rapport inédit présenté au Service canadien de la faune, Environnement Canada, mars 2003. 104 p.

Federal Register. 2000. Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants: Final Rule to List the Short-tailed Albatross as Endangered in the United States. Federal Register 65(147):46643.

Federal Register. 2003. Proposed rule. Fisheries of the Exclusive Economic Zone off Alaska; Halibut Fisheries in U.S. Convention Waters off Alaska; Management Measures to Reduce Seabird Incidental Take in the Hook-and-Line- Halibut and Groundfish Fisheries. Federal Register 68(26).

Gilroy, H.L., T.O. Geernaert, S.M. Kaimmer, G.H. Williams et R.J. Trimble. 2000. A feasibility study that investigates options for monitoring by-catch of the Short-tailed Albatross in the Pacific Halibut Fishery off Alaska. National Marine Fisheries Service. 59 p.

Gruchy, C.G., A.A.R. Dykes et R.H. Bowen. 1972. The Short-tailed Albatross recorded at Ocean Station Papa, North Pacific Ocean, with notes on other birds. Canadian Field Naturalist 86:285-287.

Harrison, C. 1979. The largest seabird in the North Pacific breeds on one small island south of Japan. Oceans 12:24-26.

Harrison, P. 1983. Seabirds, an identification guide. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, Massachusetts. 448 p.

Hasegawa, H. 1984. Status and conservation of seabirds in Japan, with special attention to the Short-tailed Albatross. Pages 487-500, in J.P. Croxall, P.G.H. Evans et R.W. Schreiber (éd.). Status and Conservation of the World’s Seabirds. International Council for Bird Preservation Technical Publication No. 2.

Hasegawa, H. 2001.Courriel à Ken Morgan, Service canadien de la faune, Delta, Colombie-Britannique. Envoyé par Hiroshi Hasegawa, département de biologie, Université Toho, 2-2-1, Miyama, Funabashi, Chiba 274-8510, Japon.

Hasegawa, H. 2002. Courriel à Paul Sievert, Assistant Unit Leader – Wildlife, Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit, Biological Resources Division, U.S. Geological Survey, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts. Envoyé par Hiroshi Hasegawa, département de biologie, Université Toho, 2-2-1, Miyama, Funabashi, Chiba 274-8510, Japon.

Hasegawa, H., et A.R. DeGange. 1982. The Short-tailed Albatross, Diomedea albatrus, its status, distribution and natural history. American Birds 36(5):806-814.

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Kermode, F. 1904. Catalogue of British Columbia Birds. British Columbia Provincial Museum, Victoria. 69 p.

Lane, R.K. 1962. A Short-tailed Albatross off British Columbia. The Canadian Field-Naturalist. 76:178-179.

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McDermond, D.K., et K.H. Morgan. 1993. Status and conservation of North Pacific albatrosses. Pages 70-81, in K. Vermeer, K.T. Briggs, K.H. Morgan et D. Siegel-Causey, (éd.). The status, ecology, and conservation of marine birds of the North Pacific. [Résumés en français]. Publication spéciale, Service canadien de la faune, Ottawa.

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Sievert, P.R., et L. Sileo. 1993. The effects of ingested plastic on growth and survival of albatross chicks. Pages 212-217, in K. Vermeer, K.T. Briggs, K.H. Morgan et D. Siegel-Causey (éd.). The status, ecology, and conservation of marine birds of the North Pacific.[Résumés en français]. Publication spéciale, Service canadien de la faune, Ottawa.

Sievert, P.R., et H. Hasegawa. 2003. Modeling the risk of volcanic eruptions on the Short-tailed Albatross population of Torishima. Pacific Seabird Group Meeting, Parksville, Colombie-Britannique.

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