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For your information, the list of contents of the latest EMU.
Contents Volume 102 Number 4 2002
Non-breeding territoriality in the New Holland Honeyeater, Phylidonyris
novaehollandiae, in an unpredictable environment - short-term energy costs
for possible long-term
D. C. McFarland
The breeding biology of Hutton's Shearwater.
R. Cuthbert and L. S. Davis
A comparison of fitness components among different plumage morphs of the
Australian Magpie, Gymnorhina tibicen.
J. M. Hughes, C. Lange, P. B. Mather and A. Robinson
Methods for ageing and sexing the Black-eared Miner, Manorina melanotis, and
the Yellow-throated Miner, M. flavigula.
R. H. Clarke, R. L. Boulton, J. G. Ewen, E. Moysey and M. F. Clarke
Migration routes of Eastern Curlews tracked from far east Russia.
M. Ueta, A. Antonov, Y. Artukhin and M. Parilov
Species-wide manufacture of stick-type tools by New Caledonian Crows.
G. R. Hunt and R. D. Gray
The diet of Southern Boobooks in South Australia.
M. Penck and L. F. Queale
Breeding biology of the Black-winged Petrel, Pterodroma nigripennis, on Lord
I. Hutton and D. Priddel
The diet of Crested Tern (Sterna bergii) chicks on Phillip Island,
A. Chiaradia, P. Dann, R. E. Jessop and P. Collins
Abundance and breeding habitat of Noddies and White Terns on a relatively
unmodified island in the Kingdom of Tonga.
L. S. Bull, K. R. McConkey and F. Tonga
How Wandering Albatrosses use weather systems to fly long distances. 1. An
analytical method and its application to flights in the Tasman Sea.
M. D. Murray, D. G. Nicholls, E. C. Butcher and P. Moors
Contributions to the History of North American Ornithology. Volumes I and II
(Eds William E. Davis, Jr and Jerome A. Jackson)
Walter E. Boles
The Birds of Northern Melanesia
By Ernst Mayr and Jared Diamond
K. David Bishop
Canberra Birds: A Report on the First 18 Years of the Garden Bird Survey
By Philip A. Veerman
Index to Volume 102: Authors, species and subjects
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