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List of tables |

Figure 2.1 | Compilation of estimated numbers of ‘true migrants’ according to the GROMS definition, and taxonomic information sources |

Figure 2.2 | Categories of listing in CMS appendices |

Figure 3.1 | Main components of the GROMS information system and content of the CD |

Figure 3.2 | Examples of GIS datasets |

Figure 3.3 | Block diagram of the GROMS data model |

Figure 3.4 | Intersection of GIS files |

Figure 3.5 | Transfer of maps into GIS and calculation of bounding boxes |

Figure 4.1 | Work flow diagram for the generation of GROMS data sets and subsequent analysis |

Figure 4.2 | Number of red-listed migratory mammals and birds |

Figure 4.3 | Threat status and CMS Appendices |

Figure 4.4 | Migratory status of 124 bat species listed by the GROMS |

Figure 4.5 | Red List status according to IUCN Red List 2000 within major bird groups |

Figure 4.6 | Number of migrants within waterbird families |

Figure 4.7 | Number of migratory plovers, sandpipers and snipes (shorebirds) |

Figure 4.8 | Number of migrants within seabird families |

Figure 4.9 | Number of migratory pheasants, bustards, sandgrouse, buttonquails |

Figure 4.10 | Number of migratory raptors |

Figure 4.11 | Number of migratory bee-eaters, rollers and kingfishers |

Figure 4.12 | Number of migratory nightjars, potoos and owls |

Figure 4.13 | Number of migratory cuckoos, woodpeckers, parrots and hoopoes |

Figure A2.1 | Member states of the Convention on Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS) |

Figure A2.2 | Member states of the EUROBATS agreement |

Figure A2.3 | Distribution of Tadarida brasiliensis |

Figure A2.4 | Distribution and photograph of Nyctalus noctula |

Figure A2.5 | Distribution of Addax nasomaculatus |

Figure A2.6 | Distribution of Gazella dorcas |

Figure A2.7 | Former distribution of Oryx dammah |

Figure A2.8 | Distribution of Gazella dama and G. cuvieri |

Figure A2.9 | Pictures of Gazella cuvieri and Gazella leptoceros |

Figure A2.10 | Distribution of Gazella leptoceros |

Figure A2.11 | Distribution of Procapra gutturosa |

Figure A2.12 | Photograph of male Procapra gutturosa |

Figure A2.13 | Distribution of Gorilla gorilla |

Figure A2.14 | Distribution of Eastern Gorilla and model of habitat suitability |

Figure A2.15 | Member states of the Wadden Sea agreement |

Figure A2.16 | Distribution of Phoca vitulina |

Figure A2.17 | Distribution of Monachus monachus |

Figure A2.18 | Member states of the ACCOBAMS agreement |

Figure A2.19 | Member states of the ASCOBANS agreement |

Figure A2.20 | Pictures of whales and dolphins |

Figure A2.21 | Distribution of Megaptera novaeangliae |

Figure A2.22 | Distribution of Balaena mysticetus |

Figure A2.23 | Distribution of Balaenoptera musculus |

Figure A2.24 | Distribution of Eubalaena glacialis and E. australis |

Figure A2.25 | Distribution of Pontoporia blainvillei |

Figure A2.26 | Member states of the AEWA agreement |

Figure A2.27 | Pictures/ Photographs of waterbirds |

Figure A2.28 | Distribution, flyways and staging areas of Anser erythropus |

Figure A2.29 | Distribution and staging areas of Marmaronetta angustirostris |

Figure A2.30 | Distribution, flyways and staging areas of Aythya nyroca |

Figure A2.31 | Distribution and staging areas of Branta ruficollis |

Figure A2.32 | Distribution and staging areas of Oxyura leucocephala |

Figure A2.33 | Distribution of Chloephaga rubidiceps |

Figure A2.34 | Distribution and staging areas of Polysticta stelleri |

Figure A2.35 | Member states of the Memorandum of Understanding for the Slender-billed Curlew |

Figure A2.36 | Distribution of Numenius tenuirostris (Slender-billed curlew) |

Figure A2.37 | Former distribution of Numenius borealis and extinct Ectopistes migratorius |

Figure A2.38 | Distribution of Egretta eulophotes |

Figure A2.39 | Diversity of Anatidae at Eurasian keysites |

Figure A2.40 | Keysites, Ramsar-sites and selected threats in the Wadden Sea area |

Figure A2.41 | Distribution and flyways of different Grus canadensis subspecies |

Figure A2.42 | Distribution and flyways of Grus grus |

Figure A2.43 | Distribution of Grus japonensis |

Figure A2.44 | Distribution of Grus nigricollis |

Figure A2.45 | Distribution, flyways and staging areas of Grus leucogeranus |

Figure A2.46 | Member states of the Memorandum of Understanding for the Siberian Crane |

Figure A2.47 | Distribution of Ciconia boyciana |

Figure A2.48 | Distribution of Acrocephalus paludicola |

Figure A2.49 | Distribution of Vanellus gregarius |

Figure A2.50 | Distribution of Pelecanus crispus |

Figure A2.51 | Distribution of Phoenicopterus jamesi |

Figure A2.52 | Distribution of Phoenicopterus andinus and Spheniscus humboldti |

Figure A2.53 | Distribution of Geronticus eremita |

Figure A2.54 | Distribution of Diomedea albatrus |

Figure A2.55 | Distribution of Diomedea amsterdamensis |

Figure A2.56 | Distribution of Pterodoma cahow |

Figure A2.57 | Distribution of Pterodoma phaeopygia and P. sandwichensis |

Figure A2.58 | Distribution of Tryngites subruficollis |

Figure A2.59 | Distribution of Synthliboramphus wumizusume |

Figure A2.60 | Distribution of Larus relictus and L. saundersi |

Figure A2.61 | Distribution of Larus leucophthalmus andL. audouinii |

Figure A2.62 | Distribution of Haliaeetus albicilla |

Figure A2.63 | Distribution of Haliaeetus pelagicus |

Figure A2.64 | Distribution of Aquila clanga |

Figure A2.65 | Distribution of Aquila adalberti and A. heliaca |

Figure A2.66 | Distribution of Falco naumanni |

Figure A2.67 | Distribution of Sarothrura ayresi |

Figure A2.68 | Distribution of Chlamydotis undulata |

Figure A2.69 | Distribution of Otis tarda |

Figure A2.70 | Distribution of Hirundo atrocaerulea |

Figure A2.71 | Distribution of Dendroica kirtlandii |

Figure A2.72 | Distribution of Alecturus risora |

Figure A2.73 | Distribution of Sporophila cinnamomea and S. hypochroma |

Figure A2.74 | Distribution of Sporophila zelichi and Agelaius flavus |

Figure A2.75 | Major flyways of bird migration |

Figure A2.76 | Distribution and nesting beaches of Chelonia mydas |

Figure A2.77 | Distribution and nesting beaches of Caretta caretta |

Figure A2.78 | Distribution and nesting beaches of Eretmochelys imbricata |

Figure A2.79 | Distribution of Lepidochelys kempii |

Figure A2.80 | Distribution and nesting beaches of Lepidochelys olivacea |

Figure A2.81 | Distribution and nesting beaches of Dermochelys coriacea |

Figure A2.82 | Nesting beaches of Dermochelys coriacea in the Indopacific |

Figure A2.83 | Distribution of Podocnemis expansa |

Figure A2.84 | Distribution of Acipenser gueldenstaedtii |

Figure A2.85 | Distribution of Acipenser naccarii |

Figure A2.86 | Number of migratory species per administrative unit |

Figure A2.87 | Number of migratory species per grid cell (200x200 km2) |

Back-cover text | < List of figures > | Preface |

List of tables |

This document should be quoted as part of the publication "Riede, K. (2001): The Global Register of Migratory Species Database, GIS Maps and Threat Analysis. Münster (Landwirtschaftsverlag), 400 pp." + CD

by Klaus Riede