Bardawil Lagoon Baseline Environmental Study and Vulnerability to Oil-Pollution View Full Text


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DATE

1986

AUTHORS

G. M. Dunnet , H. Q. P. Crick

ABSTRACT

The Bardawil Lagoon in North Sinai is reported as one of the very important wetland sites in Egypt, as far as bird populations are concerned. It has been clearly demonstrated that large numbers of migratory birds pass through the area in both spring and autumn and it has been claimed that the Lagoon is itself an important site for resting and feeding for migratory waterbirds, and also that it is an important site for wintering waterbirds. The populations of breeding birds in Bardawil are reportedly very small. These are the conclusions of a number of studies made in different seasons and in different years, and which have been concerned primarily with counting the numbers of birds passing Zaranik at the eastern end of the Bardawil Lagoon. More... »

PAGES

335-358

Book

TITLE

Mediterranean Marine Avifauna

ISBN

978-3-642-70897-8
978-3-642-70895-4

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-70895-4_20

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