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Environmental Reports and Publications - American and (western) Samoa
These are publications related to "American Samoa Birds" compiled by the park's inventory and monitoring staff as of 2008.

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Atkinson, C., et al. 2006. Hematozoa of forest birds in AS - evidence for a diverse, indigenous parasite fauna from the So Pacific. Pacific Conservation Biology 12(3):229-237.  
Banks, R. 1984. Bird specimens from AS. Pacific Science 38(2):150-169.  
Craig, P., et al. 1991b. Hunter harvest of fruit bats and birds in AS, 1990-91. DMWR Biological Rpt Series 24. 13 pp. 
Craig, P., et al. 1994a. Subsistence harvest of birds, fruit bats, and other game in AS, 1990-1991. DMWR Biological Rpt Series 31. Pacific Science 48(4):344-352. 
DMWR. 1990. AS wildlife investigations annual report FY89. DMWR. 55 pp. 
DMWR. 1991. AS wildlife investigations annual report FY90. DMWR. 119 pp. 
DMWR. 1994. AS wildlife investigations annual report FY94. DMWR. 42 pp. 
DMWR. 1995a. AS wildlife investigations annual report FY95. DMWR. 35 pp. 
DMWR. 1996a. Bird studies: AS wildlife investigations annual report FY96. DMWR. 13 pp. 
Engbring, J., et al. 1989. 1986 survey of the forest birds of AS. USFWS, Honolulu, HI. 145 pp. 
Engilis A, et al. 2004. US shorebird conservation plan, US Pacific Islands regional shorebird conservation plan. USFWS, Portland, OR. 66 pp.
Freifeld, H. 1998. Temporal and spatial variation in forest birds on Tutuila Island, AS. Dissertation. Univ of Oregon, Eugene, OR.  
Freifeld, H. 1999. Habitat relationships of forest birds on Tutuila Island, AS. Journal of Biogeography 26:1191-1213. 
Freifeld, H., et al. 2004. Temporal variation in forest bird survey data from Tutuila Island, AS. Pacific Science 58(1):99-117. 
Grant, G. 1993b. Thermoregulatory extension of feet in flying sooty terns. DMWR Biological Rpt Series 46. Micronesica 26(2):217-219.  
Grant, G., et al. 1993. AS Christmas bird count 1992. DMWR Biological Rpt Series 22. `Elepaio 53(3):19. 
Grant, G., et al. 1994c. First specimens of sooty shearwater, Newell's shearwaters, and white-faced storm-petrel from AS. DMWR Biological Rpt Series 49. Notornis 41:215-217. 
Grant, G., et al. 1995. Predation on Pteropus tonganus by a barn owl in AS. DMWR Biological Rpt Series 48. Australian Mammalogy 18:77-78.  
Hake, M., et al. 1998. Laughing gull sighted in AS. 'Elepaio 58(8):50.  
Jarvi, S., et al. 2003. Detection of Avian malaria (Plasmodium spp) in native land birds of AS. Conservation Genetics 4:629-637. 
Mayr, E. 1978. Birds of the SW Pacific: a field guide to the birds of the area between Samoa, New Caledonia and Micronesia. 316 pp.   
O'Connor, P., et al. 2004. Inventory and monitoring of seabirds in NPSA. Univ of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI. Tech Rpt 136. 140 pp.  
Pierson, E., et al. 1992. The effects of Cyclone Val on areas proposed for inclusion in the NPSA. Rpt to NPS. 35 pp.  
Pyle, P., et al. 1990. A previously unreported population of Herald Petrel on Ta'u Island, AS. Colonial Waterbirds 13(2):136-138.  
Rauzon, M. 2002. Inventory and monitoring of seabirds in AS. Trip rpt. Research Center Univ of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI. 35 pp. 
Rauzon, M. 2006. Occurrence of bridled and gray-backed terns in AS. Western Birds 37:169-174.  
Rauzon, M., et al. 2003. Status of the spotless crake (Porzana tabuensis) in AS. Wilson Bulletin 115(4):489-491.  
Rosa, K., et al. 2007a. USFWS species assessment and listing priority assignment form: Friendly (shy) ground-dove (Gallicolumba stairi). 13 pp. 
Rosa, K., et al. 2007b. USFWS USFWS species assessment and listing priority assignment form: Spotless crake (Porzana tabuensis). 12 pp. 
Seamon, J. 1997. AS wildlife investigations: bird studies. DMWR. 9 pp.  
Steadman, D. 1993. Bird bones from the To'aga Site: prehistoric loss of seabirds and mdgapodes. In Kirch (ed.) The To'aga Site. Univ. of CA, Berkeley. 
Steadman, D., and G. Pregill. 2004. A prehistoric, noncultural vertebrate assemblage from Tutuila, AS. Pacific Science 58(4):615-624.  
Trail, P. 1992. Tutuila's rarest bird. Rainforest Echoes:7. 
Trail, P. 1993. Zoology survey of the Ottoville lowland forest. DMWR Biological Rpt Series 40. 22 pp.  
Trail, P. 1994a. Distribution and status of mynas in AS. DMWR Biological Rpt Series 51. `Elepaio 54(4):19-21.
Trail, P, et al. 1992. Declines in land bird populations on Tutuila Island, AS, 1986-1992. DMWR Biological Rpt Series 32. 12 pp.  
USFWS. 2007. Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants; review of native species that are candidates for listing as endangered or threatened. Federal Register 72(234):69034-69016.
Utzurrum, R., et al. 2001a. Monitoring for conservation and management: some empirical and theoretical approaches. Sylvatrop 10(1-2):88-105.  
Webb, E., et al. 1996. Notes on the pollination of Syzygium dealatum (Burkill) A.C Smith (Myrtaceae) in AS. DMWR. 11 pp. 
Webb, E., et al. 1999b. Effects of topography on rainforest tree community structure and diversity in AS, and implications for frugivore and nectarivore populations. Journal of Biogeography 26:887-897.  
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