|Chapter 1||Priorities for Gyrfalcon research: food, weather, and phenology in a changing climate.||Alastair Franke|
|Chapter 2||Terminology||A. Franke, Carol McIntyre, Karen Steenhof|
|Chapter 3||Gyrfalcon and ptarmigan predator-prey relationship.||Olafur Nielsen, Tom Cade|
|Chapter 4||Systematic data management.||Cameron Nordell, A. Franke|
|Chapter 5||Quantifying diet.||Bryce Robinson|
|Chapter 6||Assessing the effects of environmental variables on nestling growth using non-linear mixed effect models.||Erik Hedlin, A. Franke|
|Chapter 7||An introduction to survival analysis using generalized linear mixed models.||Erik Hedlin, A. Franke|
|Chapter 8||Monitoring prey populations with distance sampling surveys.||Kevin Hawkshaw, A. Franke|
|Chapter 9||Estimating trends in ptarmigan numbers.||Jenny Brynjarsdottir, O. Nielsen|
|Chapter 10||Accounting for imperfect detection in estimates of yearly site occupancy.||Erik Hedlin, A. Franke|
|Chapter 11||Home range estimation: examples of estimator effects.||Mat Tetreault, A. Franke|
|Chapter 12||Body condition and reproductive phenology.||Vincent Lamarre and A. Franke|
|Appendix 1||A photographic and morphometric guide to aging Gyrfalcon nestlings.||David Anderson, Kurt Burnham, O. Nielsen, B. Robinson|
|Appendix 2||Guidelines for conducting a camera study of nesting raptors.||B. Robinson, Mark Prostor|
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D.L. Anderson, C.J.W. McClure, and A. Franke, editors. 2017. Applied raptor ecology: essentials from Gyrfalcon research. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, Idaho, USA.