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Studies in Avian Biology
Studies in Avian Biology (SAB), formerly Pacific Coast Avifauna, is a book series published for longer works in ornithology. The SAB series provides a unique opportunity for synthesis and coordination of key topics in ornithology that cannot be met by peer-reviewed journals. Recent volumes on Greater Sage-Grouse and Northern Spotted Owls received publication awards for contributions to wildlife conservation and management.
The typical format is a set of 10-25 contributed chapters organized around an important topic in ornithology such as new areas of research or techniques, ecologically important habitats, or management of species of conservation concern. Recent volumes have focused on emerging questions in avian disease, the ecology of urban birds, and applications of video surveillance to studies of bird behavior. Studies of arctic shorebirds, boreal forest birds, and northern grouse have contributed to a better understanding of the ecology of birds in sensitive ecosystems. Each volume is guest-edited by a team of 1-3 volume editors who select and coordinate submissions of manuscripts from contributing authors. All manuscripts undergo rigorous peer review, and acceptance of individual manuscripts is based on scientific merit.
Proposals for new projects are always welcome, and the Series Editor is happy to discuss ideas for book projects or edited volumes on emerging topics in ornithology. The editor also can provide expert technical advice and support to volume editors and authors. Ideas and manuscript proposals can be submitted to the Series Editor at any time.
SAB volumes 46 and later are available for purchase from CRC Press.
Kate Huyvaert (email@example.com)
Dept. of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
Lauryn Benedict, University of Northern Colorado
Bonnie S. Bowen, Iowa State University
Scott Loss, Oklahoma State University
Michael A. Patten, University of Oklahoma
Morgan W. Tingley, University of Connecticut
Charles R. Crumly, Senior Acquisitions Editor, CRC Press