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A.J. Crivelli,V.G. Vinogradov,V.G. Krivenko
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1994: publication of an awareness leaflet on pelicans for the visitors, by. .1994) Pelicans in the former .

1994: publication of an awareness leaflet on pelicans for the visitors, by SPP written by IPRMCP scientists with data from 1983–1994. P. -4 in A. J. Crivelli, V. G. Krivenko and V. Vinogradov, eds. Pelicans in the former .

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Crivelli, A. V. Krivenko & V. Vinogradov, 1994. Pelicans in the former USSR. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, Switzerland, 286 p. oogle Scholar. IWRB Publication 27, Slimbridge, UK, 151 p. Crivelli, A. H. Jerrentrup, T. Nazirides & P. Grillas, 1995. Effects on fisheries and waterbirds of raising water levels at Kerkini Reservoir, a Ramsar site in Northern Greece. Midwinter Waterfowl Counts’ in Greece, 1967–1987: A preliminary analysis of the populations of Anatidae. Biologia Gallo-Hellenica 15: 219–236.

Historical changes and present status of pelicans in the former USSR: a synthesis with recommendations for their conservation. Citation: Wetlands International. ). "Waterbird Population Estimates". Retrieved from wp. etlands.

The Dalmatian pelican (Pelecanus crispus) is the most massive member of the pelican family, and perhaps the world's largest freshwater bird, although rivaled in weight and length by the largest swans. They are elegant soaring birds, with wingspans that rival that of the great albatrosses, and their flocks fly in graceful synchrony. It is a short to medium distance migrant between breeding and overwintering areas.

In contrast, the Great White Pelican P. onocrotalus is widely distributed in the Palearctic . In former USSR, Dalmatian Pelicans are true. migrants, wintering in the Persian Gulf, in Pakistan and in India

In contrast, the Great White Pelican P. onocrotalus is widely distributed in the Palearctic as well as in Africa. lrolrrrlation being in the former USSR (Crivelli et aI. 1994). rilril('rn Burope, small colonies are found in Albania, Montenegro, Ilulgirr. migrants, wintering in the Persian Gulf, in Pakistan and in India. About half of the breeding sites of the Dnlrnatian Pelican are legally.

BirdLife International 2004 doi . 5 in A. Pelicans in the former USSR

BirdLife International 2004 doi:10. 55 Printed in the United Kingdom. Status of pelicans and cormorants on the northern Black Sea. I. SCHOGOLEV, A. RUDENKO and . Catsadorakis, G. and Crivelli, A. (2001) Nesting habitat characteristics and breeding performance of Dalmatian pelicans in Lake Mikri Prespa, NW Greece. Waterbirds 24: 386–393. IWRB Publication 27. Marinov, M. and Hulea, D. (1996) Dinamica coloniilor mixte de cormorani si starci din delta Dunarii, in perioada 1989–1995.

Vadim G. Vinogradov † & Irina E. Kamennova Wetlands International, Russia Programme. The need for determining and recording the most important wetlands as waterfowl habitat was realized in the former USSR in the late 1960s

Vadim G. The need for determining and recording the most important wetlands as waterfowl habitat was realized in the former USSR in the late 1960s. The 1968 Second National Workshop on Wildfowl Resources laid the groundwork for a long running national inventory programme. Two papers presented at this workshop were primarily responsible for the development of inventory methodology.

In: Crivelli AJ, Krivenko, VG, Vinogradov VG (eds) Pelicans in the former USSR. IWRB Special Publication No. 27, Slimbridge, p 14 Crivelli AJ (compiler) (1996) Action plan for the Dalmatian pelican Pelecanus crispus in Europe

In: Crivelli AJ, Krivenko, VG, Vinogradov VG (eds) Pelicans in the former USSR. 27, Slimbridge, p 14 Crivelli AJ (compiler) (1996) Action plan for the Dalmatian pelican Pelecanus crispus in Europe. BirdLife International, Cambridge Crivelli AJ, Schreiber RW (1984) Status of the Pelecanidae. Biol Conserv 30:147−156 Crivelli AJ, Vizi O (1981) The Dalmatian pelican, Pelecanus crispus Bruch 1832, a recently world-endangered bird species.

Publications of HSE. Book chapters. History students and colleagues from the Institute of Archaeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences travelled to an excavation site in the North Caucasus region of southern Russia

Publications of HSE. History students and colleagues from the Institute of Archaeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences travelled to an excavation site in the North Caucasus region of southern Russia. HSE News Service spoke with Professor Andrey Vinogradov of the Faculty of Humanities about the burials they discovered, field work, and the joys of archaeology.

Presents data on the Palaearctic nesting populations of Great White and Dalmation Pelicans, with an emphasis on the importance of the former USSR to the species.