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Ptilochronology: Feather time and the biology of birds Hardcover – Jul 29 2006


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The book is written in an extremely accessible and non-technical style, which will help open up this area to study to a wide audience. Peter Moore,Bulletin of the British Ecological Society 2007, 38:1

...this book brings together many published resources and we recommend it. Annika Samuelsen and Jim Quinn, McMaster University, Ontario. ISBE Newsletter, Volume 19, Issue 1 (Spring 2007)

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Thomas C Grubb, Jr. is Professor Emeritus of Zoology at Ohio State University. He has had an interest in field biology since early childhood, when he was what he now calls a "log-turner", one who turns over logs out of curiosity about what might be underneath. He was astounded to discover that one could earn a living as a sophisticated "log-turner" and pursued a career as biologist. His research focuses on responses to forest fragmentation, avian hybridization, and foraging ecology.

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