Marshall Islands Ornithology
|1969.||Ornithology of the Marshall and Gilbert Islands. Atoll Research Bulletin 127. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.|
|1981.||Observations of birds at Ujelang and other northern Marshall Islands atolls. Micronesica 17: 198-212.|
|1941||Rats-crabs-birds; how PAA unwittingly upset nature's balance at Wake Island. Pacific Islands Monthly Vol. 12 (3), October 1941, Page 68.|
|1951||Wake Observations. In: A.M.Bailey & R.J.Niederach (eds.), Stepping Stones across the Pacific; a narrative of the Denver Museum of natural history expedition to the mid-Pacific Ocean. Denver Museum of Natural History, Museum Pictorial 3, 47-64.|
Report on the Denver Museum expedition to the islands in the central Pacific Ocean. The article details a number of ornithological, zoological and botanical observations.
|1951|| Notes on the birds of Midway and Wake Islands. Wilson Bulletin 63(1), 33-37.|
General paper on birds in the Central Pacific area.
|1951.||The avifauna of Micronesia. Its origin, evolution, and distribution. University of Kansas Publications Museum of Natural History 3(1), 1-359.|
|1987.||Avifauna of Enewetak Atoll. In: Devaney, D.N., E.S.Reese, B.L.Burch & P.Helfrich, The Natural History of Enewetak Atoll. Volume I. The Ecosystem: Environments, Biotas, and Processes. Oak Ridge, Ten.: U.S.Department of Energy, Office of Scientific and Technical Information. Pp. 215-220.|
Bryan, E.H. jr
|1959.||Notes on the geography and natural history of Wake Island. Atoll Research Bulletin 66. Washington: Pacific Science Board.|
Carpenter, M.L., Jackson, W.B. and Fall, M.W
|1968.||Bird populations at Enewetak Atoll Micronesica 4(2): 294-307.|
|1966.||The birds of Wake Island `Elepaio 43:69-70.|
|1858||Mammalogy and Ornithology. In: U.S.Exploring Expedition, Vol 8, Philadelphia: J.L.Lippincott.|
First description of the birds and mammals from Wake Atoll, collected and observed during the U.S.Exploring Expedition's visit to Wake Atoll in 1840.
|1988.||Notes on the birds of Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands. Washington: National Ecology Research Center, U.S.Fish and Wildlife Service, National Museum of Natural History.|
Dixon, K.L. & W.C.Starrett
|1952||Offshore observations of tropical sea birds in the Western Pacific. The Auk 69, 266-272.|
Offshore observations of sea birds seen near Wake Atoll in 1946 and 1946.
|1880a.||Ornithological letters from the Pacific II. The Ibis 4(14): 218-220.|
|1880b.||Ornithological letters from the Pacific II. The Ibis 4(15): 329-333.|
|1955||Northern Marshall Islands Expedition 1951-1952. Narrative. Atoll Research Bulletin 37. Washington: Pacific Science Board.|
|1966.||Northern Marshall Islands Land Biota: birds. Atoll Research Bulletin 114. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.|
|1990.||A review of the Natural History of the Marshall Islands. Atoll Research Bulletin. 330. Washington: Smithonian Institution.|
|1947||Frigate bird and the Laysan rail. Condor 49(3) 130.|
Paper on the birds of Wake Atoll, with special reference to the environmental conditions and their effects on the Wake Island rail.
Hachisyka, M., N.Takatsukasa, S.Uchida & Y.Yamashina
|1942||Handlist of Japanese birds. 3rd. revised edition. Tokyo:____|
Account of Japanese birds, includes bird records from the Japanese Mandated Islands and the Japanese acquistions in the early years of World War II. Includes records from Wake Atoll ("Otorijima").
|1979.||Notes on the birds of Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands `Elepaio 40(6): 87-90.|
|1953.||The Land Vegetation of Arno Atoll, Marshall Islands. Atoll Research Bulletin 16. Washington: Pacific Science Board, National Research Council.|
|1973||Reproductive condition and other features of shorebirds resident at Enewetok Atoll during the boreal summer. Condor 75: 336-343.|
|1977||Plumage and molt of shorebirds summering at Enewetak Atoll. Auk 94: 222-230.|
|1979||Biology of shorebirds summering on Enewetak Atoll. Studies in Avian Biology 2:193-205.|
Johnson, O.W. and Kleinholz, R.J
|1975||New avifaunal records for Enewetok. Auk 92, 592-594.|
Johnson, O.W. and Morton, M.L
|1976||Fat content and flight range in shorebirds summering at Enewetak Atoll. Condor 78: 144-145.|
|1996||History and ornithological journals of the Tanager Expedition of 1923 to the northwestern Hawaiian Islands, Johnston and Wake Islands. Atoll Researdh Bulletin. 433.|
|1848||Mammals and Ornithology. In: U.S.Exploring Expedition, Vol 8, Philadelphia: Lea & Blanchard.|
First description of the birds and mammals from Wake Atoll, collected and observed during Charles Wilkes' U.S.Exploring Expedition's visit to the atoll in 1840.
Pearson, D.L. and Knudsen, J.W
|1967.||Avifaunal records from Enewetok Atoll, Marshall Islands. Condor 69(2): 201-203.|
|1953.||The brave young birds of Wake Island. Elepaio 13:47-48.|
Pratt, H.D., Bruner, P.L. and Berrett, D.G
|1987.||The Birds of Hawaii and the Tropical Pacific. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press|
|1903|| Hypotaenida wakensis n. sp. British Ornithological Bulletin 13(99), 78.|
Original description of the Wake Atoll rail.<p>
|1985.||Observations of birds in Kwajalein Atoll, 1978-1983. Elepaio 46(4): 27-32.|
|1904.||Die Landfauna der Marshall-Inseln. Zoologische Jahrbücher 20, 387-412..|
Spennemann, Dirk H.R.
|1998||A note on a 19th century sighting of a ground-dwelling bird on Bokak, the northernmost atoll of the Marshall Islands. Corella 22(4), 111-112|
|1998||Japanese poaching and the enforcement of German souvereignty in the Marshall Islands Journal of Pacific History 38(1), 51-67.|
|1998||Excessive harvesting of Pacific seabird populations at the turn of the 20th century Marine Ornithology 26, 1998 , 49-57|
|1979||Bird populations on Enewetak Atoll. Mid-Pacific Marine Laboratory Annual Report 1 October 1977-30 September 1978. University of Hawaii, Honolulu. pp. 67-80.|
|1989.||Report of the Northern Marshall Islands Natural Diversity and Protected Areas Survey, 7-24 September 1988. Noumea: South Pacific Regional Environmental Programme.|
|1945|| Observations on the birds of Wake Island. The Migrant 16(2), 26-28.|
Article on the birds of Wake Atoll after the end of World War II.
|1925|| Bird life among lava rock and coral sand. The chronicle of a scientific expedition to little-known islands of Hawaii. National Geographic Magazine 48, 77-108.|
Description of the Tanager Expedition in 1923 with pictures of Midway and Johnston Atolls.
|1964)||Waterfowl wintering in the Marshall Islands, southwest Pacific Ocean. The Auk 81:441-442.|
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