Lapinpöllökirjallisuutta / Great gray owl books

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Kirjoja / Books

R.W.Nero & R.Taylor: The Great Gray Owl, Phantom of The Northern Forest; Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. 1980 ISBN 0-87474-672-8 ja ISBN 0-87474-673-6 (pbk) [Monografia nimialalajista. Innostunutta uraauurtavaa tutkimusta ja seikkailuja lapinpöllöjen perässä uudella mantereella. Alkuperäisen värikuvaversion saatavuus kaiketi vaikeaa. Paperback editionin (mv-kuvin) tilaus onnistui ainakin vielä 1997.]

Stefansson O. 1997 Nordanskogens vagabond. Lappugglan (Strix nebulosa lapponica), Boden - Ord & visor förlag. Skellefteå 1997. 243 s. [ Ruotsinkielinen (engl. tiivistelmin) monografia väri & mv-kuvin, perusteelliset kirjallisuusluettelot, kaikki Ruotsin lapinpöllörengaslöydöt ym.] Ordering address: Ove Stefansson, Bindevägen 5, S-96137 Boden, Sweden.

Robert W. Nero: Lady Grayl: Owl With a Mission 176 s. ISBN: 0920474942

Tutkimuksia ym. / Research etc.

Beck, Thomas. 1986. Habitat suitability index and capability models for the great gray owl in California. Sonora, CA: United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Stanislaus National Forest. [Unpublished manuscript]. .

Beck, Thomas. 1985. Interium direction for managment of great gray owls. Sonora, CA: United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Stanislaus National Forest.

Beck, Thomas. 1985. Suitability index model for great gray owls. Sonora, CA: United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Stanislaus National Forest.

Bent, A. C. 1938. Life histories of North American birds of prey. U. S. National Museum. Spec. Bull. 1.

Biology and Conservation of Owls of the Northern Hemisphere Second International Symposium February 5-9, 1997:
-Breeding Population of the Great Gray Owl (Strix nebulosa) in Belarus: Summary of Recent Knowledge Alexey K. Tishechkin, Wassilij W. Gritschik, Valery N. Vorobiov, and Gennady A. Mindlin ;
-Sex and Age Composition of Great Gray Owls (Strix nebulosa), Winter 1995/1996 Robert W. Nero and Herbert W.R. Copland
[Toisen kansainvälisen pöllökonferenssin julkaisuja.

Bohm, Robert T. 1985. Use of artificial nest by great gray owls, great horned owls, and red-tailed hawks in northeastern Minnesota. Loon. 57: 150-151.

Bouchart, M. L. 1991. Great gray owl habitat use in southeastern Manitoba and the effects of forest resource management. Winnipeg, MB, Canada: University of Manitoba. Natural Resources Institute practicum.

Brunton, D. F. ; Reynolds, William D. 1984. Winter predation on an ermine by a great gray owl. Blue Jay. 42(3): 171-172.

Brunton, D. F.; Pittaway, R. Jr. 1971. Observations of the great gray owl on winter range. Canada Field-Nat. 85: 315-322.

Bull, Evelyn L. 1987. Capture techniques for owls. In: Nero, R. W.; Clark, R. J.; Knapton, R. J.; Hamre, H., eds. Symposium proceedings, Biology and conservation of northern owls; 1987 February 3-7; Winnipeg, MB, Canada. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-142, Fort Collins, CO: United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 87-90.

Bull, Evelyn L. 1995. Old timber owl. Wildbird: 34-37.

Bull, E.L. and J. R. Duncan. 1993. Great Gray Owl (Strix nebulosa) In The Birds of North America, No. 41 (A. Poole and F. Gill, Eds.). Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences; Washington, D.C.: The American Ornitologists`Union. [16 s. mielenkiintoinen tietopaketti etupäässä nimialalajista.]
Tilausosoite: c/o The Academy of Natural Sciences, Subscriber Services P.O. Box 687, Holmes, PA 19043 (FAX 215-586-3232).

Bull, Evelyn L.; Henjum, Mark G. 1987. The neighborly great gray owl. Natural History. 9: 32-41.

Bull, Evelyn L.; Henjum, Mark G. 1990. Ecology of the great gray owl. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-265. Portland, OR: United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 39 p.

Bull, Evelyn L.; Henjum, Mark G; Anderson, Ralph G. 1987. Nest platforms for great gray owls. In: Nero, R. W.; Clark, R. J; Knapton, R. J.; Hamre, H., eds. Symposium proceedings, Biology and conservation of northern forest owls; 1987 February 3-7; Winnipeg, MB, Canada. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-142. Fort Collins, CO: United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 87-90.

Bull, Evelyn L.; Henjum, Mark G.; Rohweder, Ron S. 1988a. Home range and dispersal of great gray owls in northeastern Oregon. Journal of Raptor Research. 22: 101-106.

Bull, Evelyn L.; Henjum, Mark G.; Rohweder, Ron S. 1988b. Nesting and foraging habitat of great gray owls. Journal of Wildlife Management. 53: 47-50.

Bull, Evelyn L.; Henjum, Mark G.; Rohweder, Ron S. 1989a. Diet and optimal foraging of great gray owls. Journal of Wildlife Management. 53: 47-50.

Bull, Evelyn L.; Henjum, Mark G.; Rohweder, Ron S. 1989b. Reproduction and mortality of great gray owls in Oregon. Northwest Science. 63: 38-43.

Chase, J. D.; W. E. Howard; J. T. Roseberry. 1982. Pocket gophers, Geomyidae. In:

Chapman, J. A.; Feldhammer, G. A., eds. Wild animals of North America: biology, management and economics. Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins University Press: 239-255.

Clark, R. J.; D. G. Smith; L. Kelso. 1987. Distributional status and literature of northern forest owls. In: Nero, R. W.; Clark, R. J.; Knapton, R. J.; Hamre, H., eds. Symposium proceedings, Biology and conservation of northern forest owls; 1987 February 3-7; Winnipeg, MB, Canada. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-142. Fort Collins, CO: United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 47-55.

Collins, K. Michael. 1980. Aspects of the biology of the great gray owl, Strix nebulosa. Forester. Winnipeg, MB, Canada: University of Manitoba. 219 p. M.S. thesis.

Cramp, S., ed. 1985. Handbook of the birds of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Vol. 4. Oxford University Press.

Duncan, J.R. 1987. Movement strategies, mortality, and behavior of radio-marked great gray owls in southeastern Manitoba and northern Minnesota, pp. 101-107. In R.W. Nero, R.J. Clark, R.J. Knapton and R.H. Hamre [eds.] . Biology and conservation of Northern forest owls. Symposium proceedings, February 3-7, 1987, Winnipeg, Manitoba. U.S. Dep. Agric., For. Serv., Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, Colo., GTR-RM-142. [Lapinpöllöjen radiolähetinseurannan tuloksia.]

Duncan, J. R. 1988. Great gray owl telemetry study progress report. Winnipeg, MB, Canada: Department of Natural Resources, Biological Services. Report.

Duncan, J. R. 1992. Influence of prey abundance and snow cover on great gray owl breeding dispersal. Winnipeg, MB, Canada: University of Manitoba. . Ph.D. dissertation.

Flather, Curtis H.; Joyce, Linda A.; Bloomgarden, Carol A. 1994. Species endangerment patterns in the United States. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-241. Fort Collins, CO: United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. 42 p.

Ford, N. 1967. A systematic study of the owls based on comparative osteology. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan. Ph.D. dissertation.

Forsman, Eric D.; Bryan, Terry. 1987. Distribution, abundance, and habitat of great gray owls in southcentral Oregon. Murrelet. 68: 45-49.

Forsman, Eric D. 1975. A preliminary investigation of the spotted owl in Oregon. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University. . M.S. thesis.

Francis, C. M.; Czerwinksi, E. 1995. Nocturnal owl survey: 1995 pilot study. Toronto, ON, Canada: Terrestrial Ecosystems Branch, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.

Franklin, Alan B. 1987. Breeding biology of the great gray owl in southeastern Idaho and northwestern Wyoming. Arcata, CA: Humbolt State University. . M.S. thesis.

Franklin, Alan B. 1988. Breeding biology of the great gray owl in southeastern Idaho and northwestern Wyoming. Condor. 90: 689-696. Fyfe, R. W. 1976. Status of Canadian raptor populations. Canada Field Nat. 90: 370-375.

Gilligan, Jeff; Smith, Mark; Rogers, Dennis; Contreras, Alan, eds. 1995. Birds of Oregon: status and distribution of great gray owls. McMinville, OR: Cinclus publishing.

Godfrey, W. E. 1967. Some winter aspects of the great gray owl. Can. Field-Nat. 81: 99-101.

Godfrey, W. E. 1986. The birds of Canada (rev. ed.). Ottawa, ON, Canada: National Museum of Natural Science. . Goggans, Rebecca; Platt, Melissa. 1992. Breeding season observations of great gray owls on the Willamette National Forest, Oregon. Oregon Birds. 18(2). .

Groves, G.; Zehntner, E. 1990. Distritribution and status of great gray owls (Strix nebulosa) on the Targhee National Forest, 1989. Boise, ID: Idaho Department of Fish and Game. Report.

Nero, R. W.; Clark, R. J.; Knapton, R. J.; Hamre, H., eds. 1987. Biology and conservation of northern forest owls. Symposium proceedings: 1987 February 3-7; Winnipeg, MB, Canada. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-142. FortCollins, CO: United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.

Harris, Wayne C. 1984. Great gray owls in Saskatchewan (1974-1983). Blue Jay. 42(3): 52-160.

Hayward, G. D. ; Verner, J., tech. eds. 1994. Flammulated, boreal, and great gray owls in the United States: a technical conservation assessment. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-253. Fort Collins, CO: United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experimental Station. 214 p. 3 maps.

Helo, P. 1984. Yön Linnut, kirja Suomen pöllöistä. Luuontokuva Pekka Helo ky. ISBN 951-99580-3-7.

Henttonen, H. 1986. Causes and geographic patterns of microtine cycles. Helsinki, Finland: University of Helsinki. . Ph. D. dissertation.

Hilden, Olavi; Helo, Pekka. 1981. The great gray owl Strix nebulosa: A Bird of the northern taiga. Ornix Fennica. 58: 159-166.

Hoglund, Nils. H.; Lansgren, Erik. 1968. The great gray owl and its prey in Sweden. Viltrevy. 5: 360-421.

Houston, C. S.; Wylie, K. A. 1984. Fifth documented great gray owl nest in Saskatchewan. Blue Jay. 42: 161-164.

Howard, H. 1933. A new species of owl from the Pleistocene of Rancho La Brea, California. Condor. 35: 66-69.

Hussel, D. J.; Dunn, E. 1995. Raptor population status and trends in Canada. Bird Trends No. 4. Ottawa, ON, Canada: Canadian Wildlife Service. . James, R. D. 1977. First nesting of the great gray owl in Ontario. Ontario Field Biologist. 31: 55.

Jensen, William F.; Robinson, William L.; Heitman, Noreen L. 1982. Breeding of the great gray owl on Neebish Island, Michigan. Jack Pine Warbler. 60(1).

Johnsgard, P. A. 1988. North American owls. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institute Press.

Johnson, A. S. 1974. Face to face with Strix nebulosa. Defenders of Wildlife News. 49: 32-33.

Kerlinger, P.; Lein, M. R.; Sevick, B. J. 1985. Distribution and population fluctuations of wintering snowy owls (Nyctea scandiaca) in North America. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 63: 1829-1834.

Kirk, D. A.; Duncan, J. R. 1995. Update report on the great gray owl (Strix nebulosa) in Canada. Ottawa, ON, Canada: Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada. Report. .

Kirkland, G. L. 1977. Responses of small mammals to clear cutting of northern Appalachian forests. Journal of Mammology. 58: 600-609. Kondla, Norbert G. 1973. Great gray owls raise two young southeast of Edmonton, Alberta. Blue Jay 31: 98-100.

Lane, P. A.; Duncan, J. R. 1987. Observations of northern hawk-owls nesting in Roseau County. Loon. 59: 165-174.

Lang, A. L.; Duncan, J. R.; Ramsay, S.; Rising, J. R. 1991. Great gray owl and northern hawk owl nests at Churchill, Manitoba. Blue Jay. 49: 208-214. Larsen, J. A. 1980. The boreal ecosystem. New York, NY: Academic Press. .

Latham, R. 1972. A record of the great gray owl at Orient Long Island. Engelhardtia. 5(4): 20.

Law, C. 1960. The great gray owl of the woodlands. Blue Jay. 18: 14-16. Lidicker, W. Z., Jr. 1988. Solving the enigma of microtine "cycles". Journal of Mammology. 69: 225-235.

Long, W. S. 1941. Summer records of the great gray owl in Yellowstone National Park. Condor. 43: 77-78.

Marti, C. D. 1992. Snowy owl. In: Poole, A.; Stettenheim, P.; Gill, F., eds.. The birds of North America. No. 1. Philadelphia, PA: The Academy of Natural Sciences; Washington, DC: The American Ornithologists' Union. .

Mayfield, Harold F. 1975. Suggestions for calculating nest success. Wilson Bulletin. 87: 456-466.

Mikkola, Heimo. 1981. Der Bartkquz strix nebulosa. Die Neue Brehm-Bucherei 538. Wittenberg-Lutherstadt, Germany: A. Ziemsen Verlag. 124 p.

Mikkola, Heimo. 1972. Food of great gray owls in the Lapland Reserve, USSR. British Birds. 65: 31-32.

Mikkola, Heimo. 1976. Konneveden lapinpöllöt. Eripainos. Savon Luonto. 8: 13-22.

Mikkola, Heimo. 1970. Lapinpöllön, viirupöllön ja huuhkajan kesäaikaisesta ravinnosta. Suomen Riista. 22: 97-104.

Mikkola, Heimo. 1983. Owls of Europe. Vermilion, SD: Buteo Books. 397 p.

Mikkola, Heimo; Lahti, Erkki. 1974. Viiru-, lehto- ja lapinpöllön pesäpaikoista ja pesimisbiotoopeista. Eripainos. Savon Luonto 6: 1-10.

Mikkola, Heimo; Sulkava, S. 1970. Food of great gray owls in Fenna-Scandia. British Birds. 62: 23-27.

Mikkola, Heimo; Sulkava, S. 1969. On the occurrence of the great gray owl (Strix nebulosa) in Finland: 1955-68. Ornis Fennica. 46: .

Miller, A. H. 1944. An avifauna from the lower Miocene of South Dakota. University of California Pubs., Bulletin. Department of Geological Sciences. 27(4): 85-100.

Nero, Robert W. 1982. Building nests for great gray owls. Sialia. 4: 41-48.

Nero, Robert W. 1988. Denizen of the northern forests. Birder's World. September/October: 20-25.

Nero, Robert W. 1985. Gray'l attracts lots of attention. Manitoba Naturalists Science Bulletin. 8(10): .

Nero, Robert W. 1970. Great gray owls nesting near Roseau. The Loon: 83-93.

Nero, Robert W. 1984. Leaving the nest. Blue Jay. 42(3): 165-170.

Nero, Robert W. 1969. The status of the great gray owl in Manitoba: with special reference to the 1968-69 influx. Blue Jay. 39: 158-165.

Nero, Robert W.; Copland, Herbert W. R. 1984. The great gray owl in Manitoba, 1968-83. Blue Jay. 42(3): 130-151.

Nero, Robert W.; Copland, Herbert W. R. 1981. High mortality of great gray owls in Manitoba-winter 1980-81. Blue Jay. 39: 158-165.

Nero, R. W.; Sealy, S. G.; Copland, H. W. 1974. Great gray owls occupy artificial nest. Loon. 46: 161-165.

Oeming, A. F. 1964. A preliminary study of the great gray owl (Scotiaptex nebulosa nebulosa) (Forster) in Alberta with observations of other species of owls. Edmonton, AB, Canada: University of Alberta. . M.S. thesis.

Oeming, A. F. 1964. Banding recovery of great gray owl. Blue Jay. 22: 10.

Olson, S. L. 1984. A very large enigmatic owl (Aves: Strigidae) from the late Pleistocene at Ladds, Georgia. [place publication unknown]: Carnegie Museum of Natural History. No. 8: 44-46. Special Publication.

Olson, S. L. 1985. The fossil record of birds. In: Farner, D. S.; King, J. R.; Parks, K. C., eds. Avian biology. Vol. 3. New York, NY: Academic Press: 79-238.

Osborne, Timothy O. [date unknown]. Biology and habitat use of the great gray owl in the middle Yukon Region, Alaska. Galena, Alaska: Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

Parker, G. R. 1989. Effects of reforestation upon small mammal communities in New Brunswick. Canadian Field Naturalist. 103: 509-519. Parmelee, D. F. 1968. Nesting of the great gray owl in Manitoba. Blue Jay. 26: 120-121.

Payne, R. S. 1971. Acoustic location of prey by barn owls (Tyto alba). Journal of Experimental Biology. 54: 535-573.

Peck, M.K. 2005. The Ontario Great Gray Owl, Irruption of 2004-2005: Mortality, Sex, Molt and Age. Ontario Birds 23(3): 122-137, 2005

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Pruitt, W. O., Jr. 1968. Synchronous biomass fluctuations of some northern mammals. Extrait de Mammalia. 32: 172-191.

Pulliainen, Erkki; Loisa, Kalevi. 1977. Breeding biology and food of the great gray owl, Strix nebulosa, in northeastern Finnish forest Lapland. Auilo. Ser Zoologica. 17: 23-33.

Quinton, M. S. 1988. Ghost of the forest: the great gray owl. Flagstaff, AZ: Northland Press. .

Quinton, M. S. 1984. The great gray owl. National Geographic. July: 123-136.

Raphael, Martin G.; Brewster, Paul B.; Wratchford, Patrick B.; Galleher, Beth M. 1995. Species information system: terrestrial vetebrates of special concern within the range of the northern spotted owl. Olympia, WA: United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. .

Reid, M. E. 1989. The predator-prey relationships of the great gray owl in Yosemite National Park. Tech. Rep. 35. [Place of publication unknown], CA: Coop. National Park, Resources Studies Unit, University of California. .

Reynolds, Richard T.; Meslow, E. Charles; Wight, Howard M. 1982. Nesting habitat of coexisting accipiters in Oregon. Journal of Wildlife Management. 46: 124-138.

Robinson, E. 1954. Found nest of the great gray owl. Blue Jay. 12: 20. Scriven, Renate. 1984. A note on Aabinism in the great gray owl. Blue Jay. 42(3): 173.

Servos, M.C. 1987. Summer habitat use by great gray owls in southeastern Manitoba, pp. 108-114. In R.W. Nero, R.J. Clark, R.J. Knapton and R.H. Hamre [eds.] . Biology and conservation of Northern forest owls. Symposium proceedings, February 3-7, 1987, Winnipeg, Manitoba. U.S. Dep. Agric., For. Serv., Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, Colo., GTR-RM-142.

Servos, Maria C. 1986. Summer habitat use by the great gray owl (Strix nebulosa) in southeastern Manitoba. Winnipeg, MB, Canada: University of Manitoba. 63 p. M.S. thesis.

Shepard, D. 1992. Monitoring Ontario's owl populations: a recommendation. Toronto, ON, Canada: Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. Report. .

Shoesmith, Merlin W. 1984. Manitoba great gray owl research project announced. Blue Jay. 42(3): 174.

Sibley, C.; Alquist, J. 1990. Phylogeny and classification of birds: a study in molecular evolution. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. .

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Wagner, Phillip W.; Marti, Carl D. 1981. Great gray owls in Utah: is whether a factor? Southwestern Naturalist. 25(2): 207.

Wahlstedt. J. 1976. "Lappugglan Strix nebulosa I Sverige 1974." (The great gray owl in Sweden in 1974). Vår Fågelvärld 35 (1976): 122-25.

Walker, L. W. 1974. The book of owls. New York, NY: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. .

Winter, Jon. 1982. Great gray owl habitat survey: Stanislaus National Forest. Sonora, CA: United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Stanislaus National Forest.

Winter, Jon. 1993. Guidelines for conducting field surveys for great gray owls. California survey protocols for the great gray owl. Letter dated February 1993. .

Winter, Jon. 1981. Some aspects of the ecology of the great gray owl in the Sierra Nevada. Sonora, CA: United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Stanislaus National Forest.

Winter, Jon. Status, distribution and ecology of the great gray owl (Strix nebulosa) in California. San Francisco, CA: San Francisco State University. 121 p. M.S. thesis.

Winter, Jon. The status, distribution and ecology of the great gray owl and the flammulated owl in California. In: Shaeffer, P. P.; Ehlers, S. M., eds. Owls of the west: their ecology and conservation: Proceeding of a symposium; [dates of symposium unknown]; Tiberon, CA: [Place of publication unknown]. National Audubon Society.

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