BIRD MIGRATION AND METEOROLOGICAL PARAMETERS – A REVIEW (PART I)
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migration
birds
meteorological parameters
review

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Matsyura, A. V. (2015). BIRD MIGRATION AND METEOROLOGICAL PARAMETERS – A REVIEW (PART I). Acta Biologica Sibirica, 1(1-2), 117-131. https://doi.org/10.14258/abs.v1i1-2.854

Abstract

The advantage scientific experience and contemporary hypotheses about weather impact on the bird migration pattern is summarized up to the 2000. The principal scientific results from various regions are given; the stimulating and blocking role of climate factors is underlined. The diverse research data regards to interrelations between migration and weather conditions are concluded, the principal atmospheric factors that have power influence on the intensity and character of bird migration are presented.

Key words: migration, birds, meteorological parameters, review

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Rabol, J. (1993). The orientation systems of long distance passerine migrants displaced in autumn from Denmark to Kenya. Ornis Scand. 24, 183-196

Richardson, W.J. (1970). Temporal variations in the volume of bird migration: a radar study in Canada. Proc. World Conf. on Bird Hazards to Aircraft. Kingston, Ontario.

Richardson, W.J. (1978). Reorientation of nocturnal landbird migrants over the Atlantic ocean near Nova Scotia on autumn. Auk. 95, 717-732.

Richardson, W.J. (1990). Timing of bird migration in relation to weather: updated review. In: Bird Migration: Physiology and Ecophysiology (E. Gwinner, Ed.), Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York.

Richardson, W.J.(1991). Wind and orientation of migrating birds: a review. In: Orientation in Birds (ed. P. Berthold), Birkhauser, Basel, Boston, Berlin.

Walker, J.M., Venables, W.A. (1990). Weather and bird migration. Weather. 46, 47-56.

Zalakevicius, M., Zalakevicius, R. (2001). Global climate change impact on birds: a review of research in Lithuania. Folia Zoologica. 50(1), 1-17.

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