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Title : USING GIS TO MODEL COMMON LOON (Gavia immer) HABITAT
Company : University of New Hampshire
File Name : Rudko.pdf
Size : 205602
Type : application/pdf
Date : 13-Aug-2010
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Alexis M. Rudko and Russell G. Congalton

The common loon (Gavia immer) is a water bird that lives throughout northern North America. In New Hampshire, the Loon Preservation Committee (LPC) has monitored loons for over thirty years. This long-term monitoring program has allowed for the analysis of patterns in the loons’ distribution. A GIS model to evaluate loon habitat was created in 2002 using all the loon data collected up until that time. This model was used to predict where loon occupancy occurs based on parameters that were determined to be statistically significant.
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