4th International Swan Symposium 2002: Warrenton, Virginia, USA
The proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium were published in Waterbirds, which is the scientific journal of the Waterbird Society. It has been the Society’s long-standing policy not to allow posting of PDFs on publicly available web pages because a large portion of its operating revenue now comes from electronic sources such as BioOne and JSTOR. However, the Society advise that PDFs of articles can be obtained from JSTOR via the hyperlinks below, or via. Swan SG members may also wish to become members of the Waterbird Society (www.waterbirds.org www.osnabirds.org/Apply.aspx), which permits access to all published content since 2002 on BIoOne (including other swan articles).
Population Trends and Productivity o f Tundra Swans on the Central Arctic Coastal Plain, Northern Alaska by Robert J. Ritchie, James G. King, Alice A. Stickney, Betty A. Anderson, John R. Rose, Ann M. Wildman and Sandy Hamilton
The Status and Distribution of the Icelandic W hooper Swan Population: Results of the International Whooper Swan Census by Peter A. Cranswick, Kendrew Colhoun, Olafur Einarsson, J. Graham McElwaine, Arnthor Gardarsson, Mark S. Pollitt and Eileen C. Rees
Spatial Distribution, Habitat Characteristics and Nest-site Selection by Tundra Swan on the Central Arctic Coastal Plain, Northern Alaska by Alice A. Stickney, Betty A. Anderson, Robert J. Ritchie and James G. King
The Dynamics of a Flock of Mute Swans at Berwick-upon-Tweed with Particular Reference to the Effects of Age, Sex, Social Status and Body Condition on Molt by Jonathan T. Coleman, ChristopherJ. Spray, Stephen M. Percival, Andrew T. Rickeard and Peter Yeoman