Robert W. Russell
Robert W. Russell
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Boundary layer clear-air radar echoes: Origin of echoes and accuracy of derived winds
JW Wilson, TM Weckwerth, J Vivekanandan, RM Wakimoto, RW Russell
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 11 (5), 1184-1206, 1994
Physical processes, prey abundance, and the foraging ecology of seabirds
GL Hunt, F Mehlum, RW Russell, D Irons, MB Decker, PH Becker
Proceedings of the International Ornithological Congress 22, 2040-2056, 1999
Foraging in a fractal environment: spatial patterns in a marine predator-prey system
RW Russell, GL Hunt Jr, KO Coyle, RT Cooney
Landscape Ecology 7 (3), 195-209, 1992
Comparative foraging ecology of planktivorous auklets in relation to ocean physics and prey availability
GL Hunt Jr, RW Russell, KO Coyle, T Weingartner
Marine Ecology Progress Series 167, 241-259, 1998
Massive swarm migrations of dragonflies (Odonata) in eastern North America
RW Russell, ML May, KL Soltesz, JW Fitzpatrick
The American midland naturalist 140 (2), 325-342, 1998
Foraging at a front: hydrography, zooplankton, and avian planktivory in the northern Bering Sea
RW Russell, NM Harrison, GL Hunt Jr
Marine Ecology Progress Series 182, 77-93, 1999
Biphasic mass gain in migrant hummingbirds: body composition changes, torpor, and ecological significance
FL Carpenter, MA Hixon, CA Beuchat, RW Russell, DC Paton
Ecology, 1173-1182, 1993
Comparative demography and life-history tactics of seabirds: implications for conservation and marine monitoring
RW Russell
American Fisheries Society Symposium 23, 51-76, 1999
Interference asymmetries among age-sex classes of rufous hummingbirds during migratory stopovers
FL Carpenter, MA Hixon, RW Russell, DC Paton, EJ Temeles
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 33 (5), 297-304, 1993
The impact of variation in stopover habitat quality on migrant Rufous Hummingbirds
RW Russell, FL Carpenter, MA Hixon, DC Paton
Conservation Biology 8 (2), 483-490, 1994
Radar-observed "fine lines" in the optically clear boundary layer: reflectivity contributions from aerial plankton and its predators
RW Russell, JW Wilson
Boundary-Layer Meteorology 82 (2), 235-262, 1997
Interactions between migrating birds and offshore oil and gas platforms in the northern Gulf of Mexico: Final report
RW Russell
US Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Gulf of Mexico …, 2005
Foraging radii and energetics of least auklets (Aethia pusilla) breeding on three Bering Sea islands
BS Obst, RW Russell, GL Hunt, ZA Eppley, NM Harrison
Physiological Zoology 68 (4), 647-672, 1995
Monitoring flight calls of migrating birds from an oil platform in the northern Gulf of Mexico
A Farnsworth, RW Russell
Journal of Field Ornithology 78 (3), 279-289, 2007
Exploitative compensation by subordinate age-sex classes of migrant rufous hummingbirds
FL Carpenter, MA Hixon, EJ Temeles, RW Russell, DC Paton
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 33 (5), 305-312, 1993
Why hummingbirds have such large crops
FL Carpenter, MA Hixon, A Hunt, RW Russell
Evolutionary Ecology 5 (4), 405-414, 1991
Aerial plankton detected by radar
RW Russell, JW Wilson
Nature 381 (6579), 200-201, 1996
A visual study of migrating owls at Cape May Point, New Jersey
RW Russell, P Dunne, C Sutton, P Kerlinger
Condor, 55-61, 1991
Pacific Loon: Gavia Pacifica; Arctic Loon: Gavia Arctica
RW Russell
Birds of North America, Incorporated, 2002
Seasonal shifts in the provisioning behavior of chinstrap penguins, Pygoscelis antarctica
JK Jansen, RW Russell, WR Meyer
Oecologia 131 (2), 306-318, 2002
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