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Archibald GW. 1976. The Unison call of cranes as a useful taxonomic tool [Ph.D. thesis]. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University. 167 p.

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Burke AM. 2001. Status of sandhill cranes Grus canadensis in the Yorkton Wetland Complex, Saskatchewan, Canada [Thesis]. Stevens Point, WI: University of Wisconsin. xi, 70 leaves : ill., maps ; 29 cm.

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Hayes MA. 2005. Divorce and extra-pair paternity as alternative mating strategies in monogamous sandhill cranes[MS thesis]. Vermilion, S.D.: University of South Dakota. 86 p.

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Heatley JJ. 2002. Antipredator conditioning in Mississippi sandhill cranes (Grus canadensis pulla) [Thesis]. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University. 96 p.

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Ivey G. 2007. Factors influencing nest success of greater sandhill cranes at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Oregon [M.S. Thesis]. Corvallis, OR Oregon State University. 38 p.

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Jones KL. 2003. Genetic variation and structure in cranes: a comparison among species [Ph.D. Dissertation]. Chicago, Illinois: University of Illinois at Chicago. 142 p.

Jones, part 1 of 3, 263 kb PDF
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Jones, part 3 of 3, 1100kb PDF

Maguire KJ. 2008. Habitat selection of reintroduced whooping cranes, Grus americana, on their breeding range [Master of Science Thesis]. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin-Madison. 58 p.

Maguire MS Thesis 17 MB

Mukherjee A. 1999. Ecological study on the sarus crane Grus antigone in the central Gujarat [Ph. D. Thesis]. Rajkot, India: Saurashtra University.

Introduction Pages 1-8.
Chapter I Pgs 9-30
Chapter II Pgs 31-49
Chapter II Pgs 49-70
Chapter II Pgs 70-89
Chapter III Pgs 90-114
Chapter III Pgs 114-143
Chapter IV Pgs 144-176
Chapter V Pgs 177-203
Chapter V Pgs 204-239
Chapter VI Pgs 240-265
References Pgs 266-281

Sauey RT. 1985. The range, status, and winter ecology of the Siberian crane (Grus leucogeranus) [Ph.D. thesis]. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University. 411 p.

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Shrestha P. 1996. Population status of sarus crane in Nepal [M.S. thesis]. Las, Cruces, New Mexico: New Mexico State University. 56 p.

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Su L. 2003. Habitat selection by sandhill cranes, Grus canadensis tabida, at multiple geographic scales in Wisconsin [Ph.D. Dissertation]. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin-Madison. 141 p.

Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4

Tin Nwe Latt. 2001. Seasonal change in social structure, behaviour, and habitat use by sarus crane in the semi arid region of north-western India [Master's Dissertation]. Rajkot, India: Saurashtra University. 249 p.

Tin Nwe Latt, 1361 kb PDF file

Voss KS. 1976. Behavior of the greater sandhill crane [M.S. Thesis]. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin-Madison. 144 p.

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