By R.W. Furness, J.J.D. Greenwood

Birds as screens of Environmental swap seems to be at how chicken populations are suffering from toxins, water caliber, and different actual adjustments and the way this clinical wisdom can assist in predicting the consequences of toxins and different actual adjustments within the environment.

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G. g. , 1989) that drew widespread attentionto the problern of deforestation. lt is likely that the species involved are suffering not only frorn neotropical deforestation but also frorn changes on the breeding grounds (for a recent review see Morton, 1992) but this exarnple shows how evidence obtained about rnigrant birds in the developed nations can focus attention on environrnental problerns in faraway countries. C. M. (1990) Parallellong-term trends across four marine trophic levels and weather.

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1910), The Works of Aristotle. Vol. IV Historia Animalium, Clarendon Press, Oxford, pp. 614-20. Trett, M. (1992) Aquatic monitoring- a fishy tale? In Practice, 4, 12-13. USDA Forest Service (1989) Patterns of Forest Condition and Air Pollution: Report of the Progress of the National Vegetation Survey, USDA Forest Service, Athens, Georgia. B. (1991) Scientific requirements of a monitoring programme, in Monitaring for Conservation and Ecology (ed. F. B. Goldsmith) Chapman & Hall, London, pp. 15-32.

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