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Chandler S. Robbins--A Partial List of Publications, 1945-2005

1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s

1940s

Stewart, R. E., J. B. Cope, and C. S. Robbins. 1945. Live trapping of hawks and owls. Journal of Wildlife Management 9(2):99-104.

Stewart, R. E., J. B. Cope, C. S. Robbins, and J. W. Brainerd. 1946. Effects of DDT on birds at the Patuxent Wildlife Research Refuge. Journal of Wildlife Management 10(3):195-201.

Aldrich, J. W., D. L. Allen, I. R. Barnes, J. H. Buckalew, M. M. Carpenter, I. N. Gabrielson, L. C. Goldman, R. B. Overington, R. T. Peterson, C. S. Robbins, and R. E. Stewart. 1947. Christmas bird counts - 1946. Southeastern Worcester County, Maryland. Maryland Birdlife 3(1):3-4.

Aldrich, J. W., I. R. Barnes, R. T. Peterson, C. S. Robbins, R. E. Stewart, and R. Tousey. 1947. A field list of birds of the District of Columbia Region. Audubon Society of the District of Columbia, Washington, D.C. 39 pp.

Baldwin, E., E. Cooley, E. G. Davis, H. Johnston, G. Mersereau, J. Mersereau, C. S. Robbins, N. Shelton, E. J. Stivers, J. W. Taylor, Jr., and D. M. Thatcher. 1947. Eleventh breeding-bird census. 23. Mature deciduous flood plain forest. Audubon Field Notes 1(6):212-213.

Robbins, C. S. 1947. Do you keep a bird list? Maryland Birdlife 3(5):77.

Robbins, C. S. 1948. Preliminary map showing breeding distribution of the whip-poor-will. Audubon Field Notes 2(4):192.

Robbins, C. S. 1948. Preliminary map showing the breeding distribution of the vesper sparrow. Audubon Field Notes 2(3):147.

Robbins, C. S. 1949. Distribution of North American birds. Audubon Field Notes 3(6):262-264.

Robbins, C. S. 1949. Migration of the redhead. Pages 25-28 in John W. Aldrich. Migration of some North American waterfowl: A progress report on an analysis of banding records. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Special Scientific Report--Wildlife No. 1 48 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1949. Weather and bird migration. Wood Thrush 4(4):130-144.

Robbins, C. S. 1949. Winter bird-population study: 16. Damp deciduous scrub with standing dead trees. Audubon Field Notes 3(3):194-195.

Robbins, C. S. and R. E. Stewart. 1949. Effects of DDT on bird population of scrub forest. Journal of Wildlife Management 13(1):11-16.

1950s

Robbins, C. S. 1950. Ecological Distribution of the Breeding Parulidae of Maryland. Thesis (Master of Arts), George Washington University., vii, 145 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1950. Hawks over Maryland, fall of 1949. Maryland Birdlife 6(1):2-11.

Robbins, C. S. 1950. Preliminary map showing the winter distribution of the clapper rail (Rallus longirostris subsp.) in the United States. Audubon Field Notes 4(6):307.

Briggs, S. A. and C. S. Robbins, editors. 1951. Where Birds Live: Habitats in the Middle Atlantic States. Audubon Society of the District of Columbia, Inc., Washington, DC. 58 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1951. Winter bird-population study. 15. Lightly grazed brackish marsh. Audubon Field Notes 5(3):236.

Robbins, C. S., P. F. Springer, and C. G. Webster. 1951. Effects of five-year DDT application on breeding bird population. Journal of Wildlife Management 15(2):213-216.

Stewart, R. E. and C. S. Robbins. 1951. Maryland and the District of Columbia. Pages 215-241 in Olin Sewall Pettingill, Jr. A Guide to Bird Finding East of the Mississippi. 1st edition. Oxford University Press, New York, NY. xxi, 659 pp.

Duvall, A. J. and C. S. Robbins. 1952. Investigations of methods of determining abundance of breeding mourning doves in certain eastern states. Pages 15-34 in Investigation of Methods of Appraising the Abundance of Mourning Doves. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Special Scientific Report--Wildlife No. 17 53 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1952. Wilson's snipe wintering ground studies, 1950-51. Pages 47-49 in John W. Aldrich. Investigations of Woodcock, Snipe and Rails in 1951. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Special Scientific Report--Wildlife No. 14 58 pp.

Stewart, R. E., J. B. Cope, C. S. Robbins, and J. W. Brainerd. 1952. Seasonal distribution of bird populations at the Patuxent Research Refuge. American Midland Naturalist 47(2):257-363.

Robbins, C. S. 1953. The evening grosbeak in Maryland. Maryland Birdlife 9(4-5):19-23.

Robbins, C. S. 1953. Winnowing counts as a measure of Wilson's snipe breeding populations. Pages 44-51 in John W. Aldrich. Investigations of Woodcock, Snipe, and Rails in 1952. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Special Scientific Report--Wildlife No. 18 55 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1954. Further investigations on winnowing method of measuring Wilson's snipe populations. Pages 61-65 in John W. Aldrich. Investigations of Woodcock, Snipe, and Rails in 1953. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Special Scientific Report--Wildlife No. 24 ii, 68 pp.

Baird, J., C. S. Robbins, A. M. Bagg, and J. V. Dennis. 1958. "Operation recovery"--the Atlantic coastal netting project. Bird-Banding 29(3):137-168.

Kenyon. K.W., D. W. Rice, C. S. Robbins, and J. W. Aldrich. 1958. Birds and Aircraft on Midway Islands, 1956-57 Investigations. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Special Scientific Report--Wildlife No. 38. 51 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1958. Wilson Ornithological Society features banding symposium. Ring 2(16):62-63.

Stewart, R. E. and C. S. Robbins. 1958. Birds of Maryland and the District of Columbia. North American Fauna No. 62. v, 401 pp.

Baird, J., A. M. Bagg, I. C. T. Nisbet, and C. S. Robbins. 1959. Operation recovery--report on mist netting along the Atlantic coast in 1958. Bird-Banding 30(3):143-171.

Robbins, C. S. 1959. Woodcock Newsletter, Issue 2. U.S. Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Washington, DC. 24 pp.

Robbins, C. S., D. Bridge, and R. Feller. 1959. Relative abundance of adult male redstarts at an inland and coastal locality during fall migration. Maryland Birdlife 15(1):23-25.

1960s

Robbins, C. S. 1960. Status of the bald eagle, summer of 1959. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Wildlife Leaflet No. 418. 8 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1960. Woodcock status report, 1960. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Special Scientific Report--Wildlife No. 50. 25 pp.

Stamm, D. D., D. E. Davis, and C. S. Robbins. 1960. A method of studying wild bird populations by mist-netting and banding. Bird-Banding 31(3):115-130.

Aldrich, J. W., C. S. Robbins, and W. W. Dykstra. 1961. Bird hazard to aircraft. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Wildlife Leaflet No. 429. 10 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1964. A guide to the aging and sexing of wood warblers (Parulidae) in fall. EBBA [Eastern Bird Banding Association] News 27(5):199-215.

Robbins, C. S. 1965. Fifty thousand birds recorded on Breeding Bird Survey. Maryland Birdlife 21(3):73-79.

Robbins, C. S. 1965. New Breeding Bird Survey tested in Maryland this summer. Maryland Birdlife 21(2):48-49.

Bump, G. and C. S. Robbins. 1966. The newcomers. Pages 342-353 in A. Stefferud, editor. Birds in Our Lives. U.S. Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Washington, DC. xiii, 561 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1966. Birds and aircraft on Midway Islands, 1959-63 investigations. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Special Scientific Report--Wildlife No. 85. 63 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1966. What is operation recovery? IBBA [Inland Bird Banding Association] News 38(5):83-85.

Robbins, C. S., B. Bruun, and H. S. Zim. 1966. Birds of North America - A Guide to Field Identification. Golden Press, Inc., New York, NY. 340 pp.

Robbins, C. S. and W. T. Van Velzen. 1967. The Breeding Bird Survey, 1966. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Special Scientific Report--Wildlife No. 102. 43 pp.

Short, L. L., Jr. and C. S. Robbins. 1967. An intergeneric hybrid wood warbler (Seiurus x Dendroica). Auk 84(4):534-543.

Plunkett, R. L. and C. S. Robbins. 1968. A program for the preservation of documentary photographs. Audubon Field Notes 22(1):45-47.

Robbins, C. S. 1968. Bird life of the upper Potomac valley. Pages 127-131 in Robert Shosteck. Potomac Trail Book. Potomac Books, Washington, D.C. 167 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1968. Net hours: A common denominator for the study of bird populations by banders. EBBA [Eastern Bird Banding Association] News 31(1):31-35.

Robbins, C. S. and W. T. Van Velzen. 1968. Field list of the birds of Maryland. Maryland Avifauna ( Maryland Ornithological Society) No. 2. 44 pp.

Clifford, C M., D E. Sonenshine, E L. Atwood, C. S. Robbins, and L. E. Hughes. 1969. Tests on ticks from wild birds collected in the eastern United States for rickettsiae and viruses. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 18(6):1057-1061.

Robbins, C. S. 1969. Four-year summary of the Breeding Bird Survey in Maryland. Maryland Birdlife 25(1):29-36.

Robbins, C. S. and W. T. Van Velzen. 1969. The Breeding Bird Survey, 1967 and 1968. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Special Scientific Report--Wildlife No. 124. 107 pp.

1970s

Aldrich, J. W. and C. S. Robbins. 1970. Changing abundance of migratory birds in North America. Pages 17-26 in Helmut K. Buechner and Jimmie H. Buechner, editors. The Avifauna of Northern Latin America: A Symposium held at the Smithsonian Institution 13-15 April 1966. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology No. 26 120 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1970. Comparison of two methods for monitoring changes in winter populations of songbirds. Pages 38-39 in Soren Svensson, editor. Bird Census Work and Environmental Monitoring. Bulletin 9, Ecological Research Committee, Lund, Sweden. 52 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1970. Winter bird survey technique tested in Maryland. Maryland Birdlife 26(1):11-20.

Robbins, C. S. and W. T. Van Velzen. 1970. Progress report on the North American Breeding Bird Survey. Pages 22-30 in Soren Svensson, editor. Bird Census Work and Environmental Monitoring. Bulletin 9, Ecological Research Committee, Lund, Sweden. 52 pp.

Svensson, S., K. Williamson, C. Ferry, A. H. Joensen, D. Lea, H. Oelke, and C. S. Robbins. 1970. An international standard for a mapping method in bird census work recommended by the International Bird Census committee. Audubon Field Notes 24(6):722-726.

Robbins, C. S. 1971. Winter bird survey of Central Maryland. Maryland Birdlife 27(1):31-38.

Bystrak, D. R. and C. S. Robbins. 1972. Winter bird survey, 1972. Maryland Birdlife 28(1):15-24.

Robbins, C. S. 1972. 25th winter bird-population study. 8. Hickory-oak-ash floodplain forest. American Birds 26(3):664-665.

Robbins, C. S. 1972. An appraisal of the winter bird-population study technique. American Birds 26(3):688-692.

Robbins, C. S. 1973. Introduction, spread, and present abundance of the house sparrow in North America. Pages 3-9 in S. C. Kendeigh, chairman. A Symposium on the House Sparrow (Passer domesticus) and European Tree Sparrow (P. montanus) in North America. Ornithological Monographs No. 14. American Ornithologists' Union v, 121 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1973. Shorebird identification. EBBA [Eastern Bird Banding Association] News 36(1):4-15.

Bystrak, D. R., C. S. Robbins, S. R. Drennan, and R. Arbib, editors. 1974. Wintering Areas of Bird Species Potentially Hazardous to Aircraft. National Audubon Society, Inc., New York, NY. iii, 156 pp.

Klimkiewicz, M. K. and C. S. Robbins. 1974. The breeding bird atlas of Montgomery County, Maryland, USA. Acta Ornithologica 14(37):446-458.

Robbins, C. S. 1974. Monitoring bird population trends. Pages 96-100 in J.P. Slusher and T.M. Hinckley, editors. Timber-Wildlife Management Symposium Proceedings. Missouri Academy of Science Occasional Papers 3. 131 pp.

Robbins, C. S. and D. Bystrak. 1974. The winter bird survey of central Maryland, U.S.A. Acta Ornithologica 14(17):254-271.

Robbins, C. S. and D. W. Rice. 1974. Recoveries of banded Laysan albatrosses (Diomedea immutabilis) and black-footed albatrosses (D. nigripes). Pages 232-277 in W.B. King, editor. Pelagic Studies of Seabirds in the Central and Eastern Pacific Ocean. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology No. 158. 277 pp.

Robbins, C. S. and W. T. Van Velzen. 1974. Progress report on the North American Breeding Bird Survey. Acta Ornithologica 14(8):170-191.

Robbins, C. S. 1975. Distribution and density of bird species hazardous to aircraft. Pages 191-207 in S. A. Gauthreaux, Jr., editor. Proceedings of Conference on the Biological Aspects of the Bird/Aircraft Collision Problem. Clemson University, Department of Zoology, Clemson, South Carolina. 535 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1975. A history of North American hawkwatching. Pages 29-40 in M. Harwood, editor. Proceedings of the North American Hawk Migration Conference, Syracuse, NY, April 18-21, 1974. Shiver Mountain Press, Washington, Conn. 165 pp.

Robbins, C. S. and A. J. Erskine. 1975. Population trends in nongame birds in North America. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 40:288-293.

Robbins, C. S., W. Harrison, G. S. Keith, R. G. McCaskie, R. T. Peterson, N. Pettingell, O. S. Pettingell, Jr., A. Small, R. W. Smart, and J. A. Tucker. 1975. A.B.A. Checklist: Birds of Continental United States and Canada. First edition. American Birding Association, Austin Texas. viii, 64 pp.

Whitcomb, R. F., J. F. Lynch, P. A. Opler, and C. S. Robbins. 1976. Island biogeography and conservation: Strategy and limitations. Science 193(4257):1030-1032.

Bystrak, D. R. and C. S. Robbins. 1977. Bird population trends detected by the North American breeding bird survey. Polish Ecological Studies 3(4):131-143.

Robbins, C. S. 1977. 10. Data bank of North American breeding bird censuses. Polish Ecological Studies 3(4):95-98.

Robbins, C. S. 1977. Bird atlasing in the United States. Polish Ecological Studies 3(4):325-328.

Robbins, C. S. 1977. Impact of the severe winter of 1977 on woodland birds in the Maryland piedmont. Maryland Birdlife 33(1):8-11.

Robbins, C. S. 1977. Maryland and the District of Columbia. Pages 236-265 in Olin Sewall Pettingill, Jr., editor. A Guide to Bird Finding East of the Mississippi. 2nd edition. Oxford University Press, New York, NY. 689 pp.

Robbins, C. S. and D. Bystrak. 1977. Field List of the Birds of Maryland. Second Edition. Maryland Avifauna ( Maryland Ornithological Society) No. 2. 45 pp.

Whitcomb, R. F. and C. S. Robbins. 1977. Application of census techniques to habitat preservation strategy. Polish Ecological Studies 3(4):225-228.

Klimkiewicz, M. K. and C. S. Robbins. 1978. Standard abbreviations for common names of birds. North American Bird Bander 3(1):16-25.

Robbins, C. S. 1978. Breeding bird survey. Pages 21-25 in D.A. McCrimmon, Jr. and A. Sprunt IV, editors. Proceedings of a Conference on the Amateur and North American Ornithology. Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, Ithaca, NY. 80 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1978. Census techniques for forest birds. Pages 142-163 in Richard M. DeGraaf, technical coordinator. Proceedings of the Workshop: Management of Southern Forests for Nongame Birds. General Technical Report SE-14 . U.S. Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Asheville, NC. 176 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1978. Determining habitat requirements of nongame species. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 43:57-68.

Robbins, C. S. 1979. Effect of forest fragmentation on bird populations. Pages 198-212 in Richard M. DeGraaf and Keith E. Evans, compilers. Management of North Central and Northeastern Forests for Nongame Birds, Proceedings of the Workshop. General Technical Report NC-51. U.S. Forest Service, St. Paul, MN. 268 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1979. Effect of forest fragmentation on bird populations. Passenger Pigeon 41(3):101-119.

Noon, B. R., D. K. Dawson, D. B. Inkley, C. S. Robbins, and S. H. Anderson. 1980. Consistency in habitat preference of forest bird species. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 45:226-244.

1980s

Robbins, C. S. 1980. Effect of forest fragmentation on breeding bird populations in the piedmont of the mid-Atlantic region. Pages 31-36 in J.F. Lynch, editor. Proceedings of the 1979 Mid-Atlantic Natural History Symposium: Bird Populations--A Litmus Test of the Environment. Atlantic Naturalist 33. 48 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1980. Predictions of future nearctic landbird vagrants to Europe. British Birds 73(10):448-457.

Robbins, C. S., D. Bystrak, and P. H. Geissler. 1980. Techniques and results of nongame bird monitoring in North America. Pages 82-91 in H. Oelke, editor. Bird Census Work and Nature Conservation. Proceedings of the International Conference on Bird Census Work 6. Dachverband Deutscher Avifaunisten, Gottingen, West Germany. 300 pp.

Anderson, S. H. and C. S. Robbins. 1981. Habitat size and bird community management. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 46:511-520.

Anderson, S. H., C. S. Robbins, and J. R. Partelow. 1981. Synthesis and Evaluation of Avian Population and Habitat Data for Alabama. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, vi, 397 pp.

Anderson, S. H., C. S. Robbins, and J. R. Partelow. 1981. Synthesis and Evaluation of Avian Population and Habitat Data for West Virginia. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, viii, 345 pp.

Anderson, S. H., C. S. Robbins, J. R. Partelow, and J. S. Weske. 1981. Synthesis and Evaluation of Avian Population and Habitat Data for Pennsylvania. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, viii, 407 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1981. Bird activity levels related to weather. Pages 301-310 in C.J. Ralph and J.M. Scott, editors. Estimating Numbers of Terrestrial Birds. Cooper Ornithological Society, Studies in Avian Biology 6. x, 630 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1981. Effect of time of day on bird activity. Pages 275-286 in C.J. Ralph and J.M. Scott, editors. Estimating Numbers of Terrestrial Birds. Cooper Ornithological Society, Studies in Avian Biology 6. x, 630 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1981. Reappraisal of the Winter Bird-Population Study technique. Pages 52-57 in C.J. Ralph and J.M. Scott, editors. Estimating Numbers of Terrestrial Birds. Cooper Ornithological Society, Studies in Avian Biology 6. x, 630 pp.

Robbins, C. S. and R. W. Stallcup. 1981. Problems in separating species with similar habits and vocalizations. Pages 360-365 in C.J. Ralph and J.M. Scott, editors. Estimating Numbers of Terrestrial Birds. Cooper Ornithological Society, Studies in Avian Biology 6. x, 630 pp.

Whitcomb, R. F., C. S. Robbins, J. F. Lynch, B. L. Whitcomb, M. K. Klimkiewicz, and D. Bystrak . 1981. Effects of forest fragmentation on avifauna of the eastern deciduous forest. Pages 125-205 in R.L. Burgess and D.M. Sharpe, editors. Forest Island Dynamics in Man-Dominated Landscapes. Ecological Studies 41. Springer-Verlag, New York. xvii, 310 pp.

Bystrak, D., J. Cullom, K. Klimkiewicz, R. Ringler, C. S. Robbins, and G. Taylor. 1982. Maryland and DC Breeding Bird Atlas Project Handbook, 1983-1987. Maryland Birdlife No. 38, Supplement. 20 pp.

Keith, G. S., L. G. Balch, D. D. Gibson, R. G. McCaskie, C. S. Robbins, A. Small, P. W. Sykes, Jr., and J. A. Tucker. 1982. A.B.A. Checklist: Birds of Continental United States and Canada. American Birding Association, Austin Texas. 90 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1982. The atlas grid size: Mapping scales. Pages 56-57 in S.B. Laughlin, editor. Proceedings of the Northeastern Breeding Bird Atlas Conference, Woodstock, Vermont, November, 1981. 121 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1982. The atlas grid size: Random sampling. Pages 60-61 in S.B. Laughlin, editor. Proceedings of the Northeastern Breeding Bird Atlas Conference, Woodstock, Vermont, November, 1981. 121 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1982. Maryland breeding bird atlas project. Pages 21-22 in S.B. Laughlin, editor. Proceedings of the Northeastern Breeding Bird Atlas Conference, Woodstock, Vermont, November, 1981. 121 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1982. Overview of international atlasing. Pages 3-10 in S.B. Laughlin, editor. Proceedings of the Northeastern Breeding Bird Atlas Conference, Woodstock, Vermont, November 1981. 122 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1983. Distribution and migration of seaside sparrows. Pages 31-39 in T.L. Quay, et al., editors. The Seaside Sparrow, Its Biology and Management. Occasional Papers 1983-5, North Carolina Biological Survey, Raleigh. 174 pp.

Robbins, C. S. and D. D. Boone. 1983. Use of IPA to demonstrate loss of forest interior birds from isolated woodlots. Pages 145-148 in F.J. Purroy, editor. Censos de Aves en el Mediterraneo. Bird Census and Mediterranean Landscape. Proceedings of the VII International Conference on Bird Census IBCC. V Meeting EOAC, Universidad de Leon, Leon, Spain. 196 pp.

Robbins, C. S., B. Bruun, and H. S. Zim. 1983. Birds of North America - A Guide to Field Identification. Expanded, revised edition. Golden Press, New York, NY. 360 pp.

Robbins, C. S., D. Bystrak, and P. H. Geissler. 1983. Monitoring bird population trends in North America. Pages 180-183 in F.J. Purroy, editor. Censos de Aves en el Mediterraneo. Bird Census and Mediterranean Landscape. Proceedings of the VII International Conference on Bird Census IBCC. V Meeting EOAC, Universidad de Leon, Leon, Spain. 196 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1984. Linear regression--A useful tool in analyzing banding results. Pages 39-49 in K.J. Schneider, editor. An Introduction to Statistics for Bird Banders. Eastern Bird Banding Association, [ Hellertown, Pennsylvania]. iii, 88 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1984. Management to conserve forest ecosystems. Pages 101-107 in W. C. McComb, editor and compiler. Proceedings of the Workshop on Management of Nongame Species and Ecological Communities. Department of Forestry, University of Kentucky, Lexington. vi, 404 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1985. Population trends of selected forest birds in the Northeast. Pages 32-39 and Appendix A, 74-84 in R.J. Regan and D.E. Capen, editors. The Impact of Timber Management Practices on NonGame Birds in Vermont. Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, Montpelier, Vermont. 98 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1985. Recent changes in the ranges of North American birds. Pages 737-742 in V. D. Ilyichev and V. M. Gavrilov, editors. Acta XVIII Congressus Internationalis Ornithologici (1982). Moscow State University, Moscow, Soviet Union. Volume II. 580-1335 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1985. Summary of bird censusing and atlasing in North America. Pages 15-24 in K. Taylor, R.J. Fuller, and P.C. Lack, editors. Bird Census and Atlas Studies: proceedings of the VIII International Conference on Bird Census and Atlas Work. British Trust for Ornithology, Tring, Hertfordshire, England. xiii, 437 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1986. Conservation of migratory raptors: An overview based on fifty years of raptor banding. Pages 26-34 in S.E. Senner, C.M. White, and J.R. Parrish, editors. Raptor Conservation in the Next 50 Years. Raptor Research Reports No. 5. Raptor Research Foundation, Hastings, Minnesota. vii, 87 pp.

Robbins, C. S., D. Bystrak, and P. H. Geissler. 1986. The Breeding Bird Survey: Its First Fifteen Years, 1965-1979. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Resource Publication No. 157. iii, 196 pp.

Robbins, C. S. and B. A. Dowell. 1986. Use of miniroutes and Breeding Bird Survey data to estimate abundance. Pages 28-40 in Sally Merrill Sutcliffe, Richard E. Bonney, Jr., and James D. Lowe, compilers. Proceedings of the Second Northeastern Breeding Bird Atlas Conference. Laboratory of Ornithology, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. 192 pp.

Fuller, M. R., D. Bystrak, C. S. Robbins, and R. M. Patterson. 1987. Trends in American kestrel counts from the North American Breeding Bird Survey. Pages 22-27 in D.M. Bird and R. Bowman, editors. The Ancestral Kestrel. Raptor Research Reports no. 6. Raptor Research Foundation, Inc. and Macdonald Raptor Research Centre of McGill University, Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Quebec, Canada. vii, 178 pp.

Robbins, C. S., B. A. Dowell, D. K. Dawson, J. Colón, F. Espinoza, J. Rodriguez, R. Sutton, and T. Vargas. 1987. Comparison of neotropical winter bird populations in isolated patches versus extensive forest. Acta cologica cologia Generalis 8(2):285-292.

Robbins, C. S. 1988. Forest fragmentation and its effects on birds. Pages 61-65 in J.E. Johnson, editor, Managing North Central Forests for Non-Timber Values. SAF Publication 88-04. Society of American Foresters, Bethesda, MD. 156 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1988. Foreword. Pages viii-ix in Terry L. Root. Atlas of Wintering North American Birds: An Analysis of Christmas Bird Count Data. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL. xxiv, 312 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1988. Overview of nongame bird survey techniques. Pages 127-163 in Stephen J. Lewis and William K. Seitz, compilers. Proceedings of the Region 3 Nongame Bird Management Workshop. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Twin Cities, MN. 364 pp.

Robbins, C. S., B. A. Dowell, D. K. Dawson, R. Coates-Estrada, J. Colon, F. Espinoza, J. Rodriguez, R. Sutton, T. Vargas, and D. Weyer. 1988. Comparisons of winter bird populations in extensive neotropical forest and in isolated fragments. Pages 151-156 in Humberto Alvarez-López, Gustavo Kattán, and Carolina Murcia, editors. Memorias III Congreso de Ornitologia Neotropical. Sociedad Vallecaucana de Ornitologia, Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia. 195 pp.

Robbins, C. S., D. K. Dawson, and B. A. Dowell. 1989. Habitat area requirements of breeding forest birds of the middle Atlantic states. Wildlife Monographs No. 103. 34 pp.

Robbins, C. S., S. Droege, and J. R. Sauer. 1989. Monitoring bird populations with Breeding Bird Survey and atlas data. Annales Zoologici Fennici 26:297-304.

Robbins, C. S., J. R. Sauer, R. S. Greenberg, and S. Droege. 1989. Population declines in North American birds that migrate to the neotropics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 86(19):7658-7662.

1990s

Robbins, C. S. 1990. Use of breeding bird atlases to monitor population change. Pages 18-22 in J. R. Sauer and S. Droege, editors. Survey Designs and Statistical Methods for the Estimation of Avian Population Trends. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Biological Report 90(1). v, 166 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1991. Managing suburban forest fragments for birds. Pages 253-264 in Daniel J. Decker, et al., editors. Challenges in the Conservation of Biological Resources: A Practitioner's Guide. Westview Press, Boulder, CO. xxix, 402 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1991. Overview of the neotropical migratory bird problem. Pages 12-14 in The Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Program, Second Annual Meeting, October 21-23, Madison, Wisconsin. 84 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1991. Where have all the songbirds gone? World & I 6(4):332-339.

Dawson, D., C. S. Robbins, and J. R. Sauer. 1992. Winter habitat occurrence patterns of temperate migrant birds in Belize. Society of Caribbean Ornithology 5(3):3-4 (abstract).

Robbins, C. S. 1992. Hemispheric perspectives: Introduction. Pages 509-510 in John M. Hagan III and David W. Johnston, editors. Ecology and Conservation of Neotropical Migrant Landbirds. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. xiii, 609 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1992. Why didn't we plan ahead? Pages 49-56 in A.T. Cringan, H. Kingery and D. Wills, compilers. Proceedings of the Fourth Breeding Bird Atlas Conference, September 13-15, 1991. Colorado Bird Atlas Partnership, Zoology Department, Denver Museum of Natural History, Denver, CO. 101 pp.

Robbins, C. S., B. A. Dowell, D. K. Dawson, J. A. Colón, R. Estrada, A. Sutton, R. Sutton, and D. Weyer. 1992. Comparison of neotropical migrant landbird populations wintering in tropical forest, isolated forest fragments, and agricultural habitats. Pages 207-220 in John M. Hagan, III and David W. Johnston, editors. Ecology and Conservation of Neotropical Migrant Landbirds . Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. xiii, 609 pp.

Robbins, C. S., J. W. Fitzpatrick, and P. B. Hamel. 1992. A warbler in trouble: Dendroica cerulea. Pages 549-562 in John M. Hagan III and David W. Johnston, editors. Ecology and Conservation of Neotropical Migrant Landbirds. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. xiii, 609 pp.

Dawson, D. K., L. J. Darr, and C. S. Robbins. 1993. Predicting the distribution of breeding forest birds in a fragmented landscape. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 58:35-43.

Keller, C. M. E., C. S. Robbins, and J. S. Hatfield. 1993. Avian communities in riparian forests of different widths in Maryland and Delaware. Wetlands 13(2):137-144.

Robbins, C. S., J. R. Sauer, and B. G. Peterjohn. 1993. Population trends and management opportunities for neotropical migrants. Pages 17-23 in D. M. Finch and P. W. Stangel, editors. Status and Management of Neotropical Migratory Birds. General Technical Report RM-229 . U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO. iv, 422 pp.

Spruce, J. P., B. A. Dowell, C. S. Robbins, and S. A. Sader. 1993. Forest to agriculture conversion in southern Belize: Implications for migrant land birds. Page 101 (poster abstract) in Jamie K. Doyles and John Schelhas, editors. Forest Remnants in the Tropical Landscape: Benefits and Policy Implications. Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. vi, 103 pp.

Hatfield, J. S., S. A. Ricciardi, G. A. Gough, D. Bystrak, S. Droege, and C. S. Robbins. 1994. Distribution and abundance of birds wintering in Maryland, 1988-1993. Maryland Birdlife 50(1-4):3-83.

Dawson, D. K., J. R. Sauer, P. A. Wood, M. Berlanga, M. H. Wilson, and C. S. Robbins. 1995. Estimating bird species richness from capture and count data. Pages 1063-1068 in P. M. North and J. D. Nichols, editors. Statistics and Ornithology. Proceedings of the 4th EURING Technical Meeting, 19-24 September, 1994. Journal of Applied Statistics 22(5-6). 553-1081 pp.

Dawson, D. K., D. R. Smith, and C. S. Robbins. 1995. Point count length and detection of forest neotropical migrant birds. Pages 35-43 in C. J. Ralph, J. R. Sauer, and S. Droege, editors. Monitoring Bird Populations by Point Counts. General Technical Report PSW-GTR-149. U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest Experiment Station iv, 181 pp.

Peterjohn, B. G., J. R. Sauer, and C. S. Robbins. 1995. Population trends from the North American Breeding Bird Survey. Pages 3-39 in T. E. Martin and D. M. Finch, editors. Ecology and Management of Neotropical Migratory Birds: A Synthesis and Review of Critical Issues. Oxford University Press, New York. xvi, 489 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1995. Non-native birds. Pages 437-440 in E. T. LaRoe, G. S. Farris, C. E. Puckett, P. D. Doran, and M. J. Mac, editors. Our Living Resources. National Biological Service, Washington, D.C. xi, 530 pp.

Robbins, C. S., D. K. Dawson, and B. A. Dowell. 1995. Changing land use: problems and opportunities. Pages 1-14 in Marcia H. Wilson and Steven A. Sader, editors. Conservation of Neotropical Migratory Birds in Mexico: Symposium-Workshop. Miscellaneous Publication 727 . Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station viii, 288 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1996. Black-throated blue warbler, Dendroica caerulescens. Pages 330-331 in Chandler S. Robbins, senior editor and Eirik A. T. Blom, project coordinator. Atlas of the breeding birds of Maryland and the District of Columbia. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, PA. xx, 479 pp.

Robbins, C. S. 1996. Northern mockingbird, Mimus polyglottos. Pages 296-297 in Chandler S. Robbins, senior editor and Eirik A. T. Blom, project coordinator. Atlas of the breeding birds of Maryland and the District of Columbia. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, PA. xx, 479 pp.

Robbins, C. S. and M. B. Meanley. 1996. In memoriam: Robert Earl Stewart, Sr., 1913-1993. Auk 113(3):680-682.

Robbins, C. S., senior editor, E. A. T. Blom, project coordinator, J. Cullom, J. H. Farrell, E. D. Joyce, M. K. Klimkiewicz, J. G. Malcolm, D. A. Rasberry, R. F. Ringler, J. K. Solem, and G. D. Therres, editorial board. 1996. Atlas of the breeding birds of Maryland and the District of Columbia. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, PA. xx, 479 pp.

Buckley, P. A., C. M. Francis, P. Blancher, D. F. DeSante, C. S. Robbins, G. Smith, and P. Cannell. 1998. The North American Bird Banding Program: into the 21st century. Journal of Field Ornithology 69(4):511-529.

Dowell, B. A. and C. S. Robbins. 1998. Wintering ovenbird from Belize recovered on Pennsylvania breeding ground. North American Bird Bander 23(4):109.

2000s

Dowell B. A., J. E. Fallon, C. S. Robbins, D. K. Dawson, and F. W. Fallon. 2000. Impacts of cowbird parasitism on wood thrushes and other neotropical migrants in suburban Maryland forests. Pages 244-254 in J. N. M. Smith, T. Cook, S. Rothstein, S. Robinson, and S. Sealy, editors. Ecology and Management of Cowbirds and Their Hosts: Studies in the Conservation of North American Passerine Birds. University of Texas Press, Austin, TX. ix, 388 pp.

Dawson, D. K., C. S. Robbins, and L. J. Darr. 2001. Effects of urbanization on the distribution of area-sensitive forest birds in Prince George's County, Maryland. Pages 207-213 in Glenn D. Therres, editor. Conservation of Biological Diversity: A Key to the Restoration of the Chesapeake Bay Ecosystem and Beyond. Proceedings of a conference held May 10-13, 1998 in Annapolis. Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Annapolis. 344 pp.

Efford, M. G., D. K. Dawson, and C. S. Robbins. 2004. DENSITY: software for analysing capture-recapture data from passive detector arrays. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 27(1):217-228.

Francis, C. M., E. H. Dunn, P. J. Blancher, S. R. Drennan, M. A. Howe, D. Lepage, C. S. Robbins, K. V. Rosenberg, J. R. Sauer, and K. G. Smith. 2004. Improving the Christmas Bird Count: report of a review panel. American Birds 58:34-43.

Dunn, E. H., C. M. Francis, P. J. Blancher, S. R. Drennan, M. A. Howe, D. Lepage, C. S. Robbins, K. V. Rosenberg, J. R. Sauer, and K. G. Smith. 2005. Enhancing the scientific value of the Christmas Bird Count. Auk 122 (1):338-346.

Robbins, C. S. 2005. Reflections on 40 years of Breeding Bird Survey. Wilson Ornithological Society and Association of Field Ornithologists Joint Meeting, April 21-24, Beltsville, Maryland. Abstracts :#14.

Robbins, C. S., B. Dowell, and A. Cerezo. 2005. Wintering with the Neotropical Migrants. Passenger Pigeon 67(1):53-60.

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