Further Reading

Aidley DJ (1981) Animal migration. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Bakum A (1990) Coastal ocean upwelling. Science 4439: 198-201.

Balda R and Kamil A (2006) The ecology and life history of seed caching corvids. In: Brown MF and Cook RG (eds.) Animal Spatial Cognition: Comparative, Neural, and Computational Approaches. Available online: http://www.pigeon.psy.tufts.edu/asc/balda/ (accessed on 10 October 2007)

Boyce MS (1979) Seasonality and patterns of natural selection for life histories. American Naturalist 114: 569-583.

Brown JH, Reichman OJ, and Davidson DW (1979) Granivory in desert ecosystems. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 10: 201-227.

Brown JH and Heske EJ (1990) Temporal changes in a Chihuahuan Desert rodent community. Oikos 59: 290-302.

Caceres CE (1998) Interspecific variation in the abundance, production, and emergence of Daphnia diapausing eggs. Ecology 79: 1699-1710.

Colburn EA (2004) Vernal pools: Natural History and Conservation. Blacksburg, VA: The McDonald & Woodward Publishing Company.

Kerbes RH, Kotanen PM, and Jefferies RL (1990) Destruction of wetland habitats by Lesser Sow Geese: A keystone species on the west coast of Hudson Bay. The Journal of Applied Ecology 27: 242-258.

Kitchell JF, Schindler DE, Herwig BR, Post DM, and Olson MH. (1999) Nutrient cycling at the landscape level: The role of diel foraging migrations by geese at the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico. Limnology and Oceanography 44: 828-836.

Knapp RA, Matthews KR, and Orlando S (2001) Resistence and resilience of alpine lake fauna to fish introductions. Ecological Monographs 71: 401-421.

Wilmshurst JF, Fryxell JM, Farm BP, Sinclair ARE, and Henschel CP (1999) Spatial distribution of Serengeti wildebeest in relation to resources. Canadian Journal of Zoology 77: 1223-1232.

Winemiller KO and Jepsen DB (1998) Effects of seasonality and fish movement on tropical river food webs. Journal of Fish Biology 53: 267-296.

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