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  1. Abundance and distribution of capercaillie in Scotland 1992-94. (1997)
Catt D C, Baines D et al
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  2. Abundance and distribution of capercaillie in Scotland in 1991-92. Progress report. (1992)
Catt D C, Cobley N D et al
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  3. Abundance and distribution of capercaillie in Scotland: preliminary results of a nation-wide transect survey in winter 1992-93. Progress report. (1993)
Catt D C, Baker P et al
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  4. Abundance and distribution of capercaillie Tetrao urogallus in Scotland 1992-1994. (1998)
Catt D C, Baines D et al
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  5. Adaptive value of spacing behaviour in population cycles of red grouse and other animals. (1985)
Moss R, Watson A.
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  6. Advances in our understanding of the population dynamics of red grouse from a recent fluctuation in numbers. (1980)
Watson A., Moss R
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  7. Aggressiveness and dominance in captive cock red grouse. (1979)
Moss R, Kolb H H et al
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  8. Analysis of aggregation, a worked example: numbers of ticks on red grouse chicks (2001)
Elston D A, Moss R et al
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Reserve a copy 9. Animal population dynamics (1982)
MOSS, R.; OLLASON, J.; Moss, R (Robert); Watson, A.
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  10. The application of decision theory to sustainable management of an upland Scottish estate. (1996)
Moss R, Catt D C et al
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  11. Birds, weather and climate (2002)
Sparks T H, Crick H et al
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  12. Black days for black grouse. (1989)
Moss R
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  13. Blaeberry and heather in conifer forests. Final report. (1992)
Picozzi N, Moss R et al
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  14. Breeding ecology of capercaillie in Scotland. Final report. (1995)
Picozzi N, Moss R et al
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  15. A bumper grouse spring. (1988)
Watson A., Phillips J et al
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  16. Caecal threadworms Trichostrongylus tenuis in red grouse Lagopus lagopus scoticus: effects of weather and host density upon estimated worm burdens. (1993)
Moss R, Watson A. et al
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  17. Capercaillie and grouse. (1976)
Watson A., Moss R
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  18. Capercaillie at Craigmore Wood 1996. (1996)
Moss R, Horsens Folkeblad A/S.
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  19. Capercaillie at Revack and Abernethy 1992. (1992)
Moss R, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds et al
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  20. Capercaillie at Revack and Abernethy 1993. (1993)
Moss R, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds et al
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  21. Capercaillie at Revack and Abernethy 1994. (1994)
Moss R, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds et al
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  22. Capercaillie breeding ecology. Progress report. (1994)
Picozzi N, Moss R et al
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  23. Capercaillie breeding success in 1991-92. Progress report to SNH and RSPB (1993)
Baker P, Moss R et al
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  24. Capercaillie breeding success in relation to forest habitat and predator abundance (2004)
Baines D, Moss R et al
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  25. Capercaillie breeding success in Scotland in relation to predator abundance and habitat. (1996)
Baines D, Moss R et al
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  26. Capercaillie breeding success in Scotland. (1995)
Baines D, Moss R et al
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  27. Capercaillie breeding success in Scotland. (1996)
Baines D, Moss R et al
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  28. Capercaillie breeding success in Scotland. Final report. (1994)
Baines D, Moss R et al
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  29. Capercaillie ecology. (1992)
Moss R, Picozzi N et al
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  30. Capercaillie habitat evaluation. (1992)
Picozzi N, Catt D C et al
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  31. Capercaillie habitat, diet and management in a Sitka spruce plantation in central Scotland. (1996)
Picozzi N, Moss R et al
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  32. Capercaillie in commercial forests. (1991)
Moss R, Picozzi N et al
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  33. Capercaillie in commercial plantations 1992-93. (1993)
Picozzi N, Moss R et al
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  34. Capercaillie in commercial plantations 1992. Progress report. (1992)
Picozzi N, Moss R et al
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  35. Capercaillie in commercial plantations 1993. Progress report. (1994)
Picozzi N, Moss R et al
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  36. Capercaillie in commercial plantations 1994. Progress report. (1994)
Picozzi N, Moss R et al
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  37. Capercaillie in Craigmore Wood 1995. (1995)
Moss R, Horsens Folkeblad A/S.
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  38. Capercaillie in native woodlands and plantations. (1989)
Moss R
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  39. Capercaillie management in Scotland. (1979)
Moss R, Weir D et al
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  40. Capercaillie Tetrano urogallus in Scotland - demography of a declining population. (2000)
Moss R, Picozzi N et al
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  41. Capercaillie Tetrao urogallus. (1993)
Moss R
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  42. Capercaillie. (1986)
Moss R
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  43. Castle Grant grouse moor: estate management policy. (1996)
Moss R, Reidhaven Estate.
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  44. Changes in aromatose activity in the neuroendocrine tissues of red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scoticus) in relation to the development of long-day refractoriness. (1986)
Sharp P J, Armstrong D G et al
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  45. Changes in numbers of red grouse. (1990)
Moss R, Hudson P
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  46. Changes in the down colour of chicks during a population decline in red grouse. (1987)
Moss R, Watson A.
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  47. Climate change and breeding success: decline of the capercaillie in Scotland (2001)
Moss R, Oswald J et al
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  48. Clutch size, egg size, hatch weight and laying date in relation to early mortality in red grouse Lagopus lagopus scoticus chicks. (1981)
Moss R, Watson A. et al
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  49. Collisions against fences by woodland grouse in Scotland. (1994)
Catt D C, Dugan D et al
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  50. A comparison of the responses of captive willow ptarmigan (Lagopus lagopus lagopus), red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scoticus), and hybrids to increasing daylengths with observations on the modifying effects of nutrition and crowding in red grouse. (1981)
Sharp P J, Moss R
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  51. Concluding remarks. Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Grouse, Elverum, 1990]. (1991)
Moss R
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  52. Conserving capercaillie. (1976)
Watson A., Moss R
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  53. A current model of population dynamics in red grouse. (1974)
Watson A., Moss R
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  54. Decision modelling: land use policy evaluation. (1995)
Moss R, Catt D C et al
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  55. Decline of capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) in Scotland. (1994)
Moss R
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  56. The decline of the capercaillie? (1988)
Moss R
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  57. Demographic causes and predictive models of population fluctuations in red grouse. (1984)
Watson A., Moss R et al
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  58. Demographic consequences of sexual selection in capercaillie. (1985)
Moss R
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  59. Demographic model of red grouse cycles. (1984)
Watson A., Moss R
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  60. Demography of capercaillie Tetrao urogallus in north-east Scotland. I. Determining the age of Scottish capercaillie from skull and head measurements. (1987)
Moss R
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  61. Demography of capercaillie Tetrao urogallus in north-east Scotland. II. Age and sex distribution. (1987)
Moss R
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  62. Demography of capercaillie Tetrao urogallus in north-east Scotland. III. Production and recruitment of young. (1987)
Moss R, Weir D N
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  63. Determination of clutch size in red grouse without implying the egg-"numerostat". A reply to Steen and Parker. (1982)
Moss R, Watson A.
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  64. Development and survival of the free-living stages of Trichostrongylus tenuis, a caecal parasite of red grouse Lagopus lagopus scoticus. (1989)
Shaw J L, Moss R et al
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  65. Development of photorefractoriness in willow ptarmigan and red grouse exposed to different photoperiods. (1982)
Stokkan K, Sharp P J et al
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  66. Diet and survival of capercaillie Tetrao urogallus chicks in Scotland. (1999)
Picozzi N, Moss R et al
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  67. Diet selection - an ecological perspective. (1991)
Moss R
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  68. Different roles of nutrition in domestic and wild game birds and other animals. (1975)
Moss R
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  69. The digestion of bulbils (Polygonum viviparum L.) and berries (Vaccinium myrtillus L. and Empetrum sp.) by captive ptarmigan (Lagopus mutus). (1975)
Moss R, Parkinson J A
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  70. The digestion of heather by red grouse during the spring. (1977)
Moss R
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Reserve a copy 71. Ecology of blaeberry and its management in British moorlands (1994)
Welch, D (David); Scott, D (David); Moss, R (Robert); Bayfield, N G (Neil)
ISBN: 187039321X
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Welch, D (David) (Author)582.912.46Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  72. The effect of fertilizers on red grouse stocks on Scottish moors grazed by sheep, cattle and deer. (1977)
Watson A., Moss R et al
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  73. The effects of castration on concentrations of luteinizing hormone in the plasma of photorefractory red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scoticus). (1977)
Sharp P J, Moss R
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  74. Effects of food enrichment on numbers and spacing behaviour of red grouse. (1984)
Watson A., Moss R et al
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  75. Effects of grazing by mountain hares and red deer on the production and chemical composition of heather. (1981)
Moss R, Welch D et al
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  76. Effects of reducing sheep grazing in the Scottish Highlands. (1996)
Hope D, Picozzi N et al
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  77. Effects of subsoil draining on heather moors in Scotland. (1977)
Phillips J, Moss R
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  78. Effects of testosterone on breeding density, breeding success and survival of red grouse. (1994)
Moss R, Parr R A et al
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  79. Effects of the caecal nematode Trichostrongylus tenuis on egg-laying by captive red grouse. (1990)
Shaw J L, Moss R
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  80. Effects on heather of heavy grazing by mountain hares. (1985)
Moss R, Hewson R
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  81. The energetic consequences of parasitism: effects of a developing infection of Trichostrongylus tenuis (Nematoda) on red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scoticus) energy balance, body weight and condition. (1995)
Delahay R J, Speakman J R et al
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  82. Evaluation of capercaillie habitat. (1992)
Picozzi N, Catt D C et al
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  83. Evaluation of capercaillie habitat. (1992)
Picozzi N, Catt D C et al
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  84. Experimental prevention of a population cycle in red grouse. (1996)
Moss R, Watson A. et al
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  85. Experimentally increased aggressiveness reduces population kin structure and subsequent recruitment in red grouse Lagopus lagopus scoticus (2005)
Mougeot F, Piertney S B et al
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  86. Exploring natural heritage resource renewability. (1995)
Bayfield N G, McGowan G M et al
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  87. Factors affecting the establishment of the caecal threadworm Trichostrongylus tenuis in red grouse. (1989)
Shaw J L, Moss R
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  88. Fealar Estate, Perthshire: a land use and management impact study. (1996)
Hulme P D, Nolan A J et al
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  89. Five-year hitch on the moors. (1983)
Watson A., Moss R
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  90. Food intake, digestibility and gut size in red grouse. (1987)
Moss R, Trenholm I B
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  91. Food intake, weight changes and egg production in captive red grouse before and during laying: effects of the parasitic nematode Trichostrongylus tenuis. (1996)
Delahay R J, Moss R
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  92. General properties of predictive population models in red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scoticus). (1984)
Rothery P, Moss R et al
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Reserve a copy 93. Grouse : the natural history of British and Irish species (2008)
Watson, A.; Moss, R (Robert)
ISBN: 9780007150977
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Watson, A. (Adam) (Author)598.619Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  94. Grouse and ptarmigan nutrition in the wild and in captivity. (1997)
Moss R
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  95. Grouse in '75. (1975)
Watson A., Moss R
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  96. Grouse in a downward spiral. (1983)
Watson A., Moss R
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  97. Grouse increase on Mull. (1987)
Watson A., Moss R et al
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  98. Grouse nutrition. (1980)
Moss R, Hanssen I
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  99. Grouse research in Scotland. 13th Progress report 1969 (1969)
Watson A., Parr R A et al
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  100. Grouse: time for a upturn? (1985)
Moss R, Watson A.
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