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Eve Iversen, F.R.G.S., F.Z.S.

HONORS Fellow: Zoological Society (London) 2014 Fulbright Fellow Cairo University Faculty of Veterinary Medicine 2000-2001 Fellow: Woodrow Wilson Biodiversity National Teaching Fellow, Princeton University 1999 Fellow: National Space Biomedical Sciences Teacher's Academy, Texas A&M/NASA 1998 Fellow: Royal Geographical Society (London) 1996 Fellow: Explorers Club (New York) 1986 EDUCATION MS University of California, Davis. International Agricultural Development 1996 MA San Francisco State University Vertebrate Paleontology 1986 SELECTED PUBLICATIONS 2013a “Status Report on the Eskimo Curlew (Numenius borealis)” Status and Conservation Needs of the World’s Numeniini Species. International Wader Study Group Meeting. 30 September. 2013b. “Trans-Atlantic Migration Route of the Eskimo Curlew (Numenius borealis)” 43rd Annual Conference of the International Wader Study Group and the 37th Annual Meeting of the Waterbird Society Group. Wilhelmshaven, Germany 27 - 30 September. ABSTRACT volume page 182 2001 Animal Aviators: Masters of Flight. Franklin Watts. New York. Gill Jr., Robert E., Pablo Canevari and Eve H. Iversen. 1998 “Eskimo Curlew” In Birds of North America, (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.) The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, and the American Ornithologists’ Union, Washington, D.C. 1997 “The Eskimo Curlew: End of the Century Report and Prospects for the Next Millennium” 115th Stated Meeting of the American Ornithologists’ Union held August 13-16, 1997 at the University of Minnesota. Abstract Number 102. 1990."Fossil Eskimo Curlew (Numenius borealis) Compared to Living Curlews." Abstracts of Papers Number 96 page 28A. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology Volume 10 Supplement to Number 3, 20 September 1990. Fiftieth Annual Meeting of Vertebrate Paleontology, Museum of Natural History, Lawrence, KS. 1989a. "Survival; The Uncertain Future of the Eskimo Curlew," BIRDER'S WORLD, Vol. 3 Number 4 (August) pp. 20 23. 1989b. "El Chorlo Esquimal; Una de las aves americanas mas raras," translated by Osvaldo Nunez B. NUESTRAS AVES Asociacion Ornitologica del Plata, Buenos Aires (December). 1987. "The Eskimo Curlew (Numenius borealis) and the Little Curlew (Numenius minutus) recent history and prospects for conservation" ABSTRACTS Scientific Papers Presented at the one Hundred and Fifth Stated Meeting of the American Ornithologist Union 10-12 August 1987, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California. 1986 Eskimo Curlew; A Vanishing Species? Joint author with J.B. Gollop and T.W. Barry. Saskatchewan Natural History Society, Canada Special Publication #17, 160 pages. 1977."An unrecorded specimen of Eskimo Curlew from New Jersey. AUK 94:158 1976."On the Brink of Extinction." TEXAS PARKS AND WILDLIFE, Vol. 34(3), pp. 24 26. Iversen, E., and Kane, R. 1975."Eskimo Curlew Specimen for New Jersey." RECORDS OF NEW JERSEY BIRDS NEW JERSEY AUDUBON, Vol. 1(7), p. 2.

Contributor Type: Other Scientist
Institution: Iowa State University
Groups of Interest: Numenius
Subject Areas of Interest: Behavior, Biogeography, Ecology, Phylogenetics, Taxonomy, Natural History, Exploration
Geographic Areas of Interest: Global
Contributor ID: 5643

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