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Detailing novel research methods, this compilation presents major advances in fundamental aspects of phylogeny, mating, parental care, the trophic structure of Raptor communities, demography, behavioral ecology, species diversity, and the evolution of avian ontogenies. The book also features the most extensive list of international references available on raptor diet and feeding behavior and nocturnality. Current Ornithology is the only English-language publication currently devoted exclusively to extensive reviews and synthesis of topics pertaining to all aspects of the biology of birds. Chapters fall under such diverse rubrics as ecology, evolution, behavior, phylogeny, behavioral ecology, anatomy and physiology, and conservation biology. All authors are leading authorities on their subjects, and each chapter is refereed by experts in the topics covered. Although all chapters focus primarily on birds, some topics, such as the social cognition of birds as compared to primates (Volume 13), have significant application to disciplines outside of ornithology. CurrentOrnithology aims to provide an accessible, up-to-date, accurate source of data and to contribute to conceptual generalization and unification across the biological sciences.
Volume 10: 1. The Role of Phylogenetic History in the Evolution of Contemporary Avian Mating and Parental Care Systems; J.D. Ligon. 2. Trophic Structure of Raptor Communities: A Three-Continent Comparison and Synthesis; C.D. Marti, et al. 3. Matrix Methods for Avian Demography; D.B. McDonald, H. Caswell. 4. Nocturnality in Colonial Waterbirds; R. McNeil, et al. 5. Latitudinal Gradients in Avian Species Diversity and the Role of Long-Distance Migration; K.N. Rabenold. 6. Evolution of Avian Ontogenies; J.M. Starck. Index.