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Perry M.C, A. M. Wells-Berlin, P. C. Osenton, and C. S. Bond. 2008. Atlantic Seaduck Project, USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laurel, MD.

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Matthew Perry (food habits, telemetry, wintering ecology)

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The Atlantic Seaduck Project is a cooperative study between the United States Geological Survey, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Canadian Wildlife Service, State Governments, Provincial Governments, and the Sea Duck Joint Venture.

The assistance of many persons is appreciated especially:

Myrtle Bateman, Rachel Bower, Tim Bowman, George Boyd, Kevin Brittingham, Neil Burgess, Robert Capozi, Kevin Connor, Daniel Day, Dave Ellis, George Haas, Al Hanson, Mike Haramis,Andrew Hicks, Randy Hicks, Larry Hindman, Patricia Holland, Jason Hudson, Janet Keough, David Kidwell, Mike Lushington, Woody Martin, Charlie McAlena,  Keith McAloney, Chris Neufeld, Kevin O'Connor, Glenn Olsen, Peter Osenton, Paul Padding, Dan Stotts, Ralph Yates, Ashleigh Walker, Alicia Wells.