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Figure 2.1 Compilation of estimated numbers of ‘true migrants’ according to the GROMS definition, and taxonomic information sources
Figure 2.2 Categories of listing in CMS appendices
Figure 3.1 Main components of the GROMS information system and content of the CD
Figure 3.2 Examples of GIS datasets
Figure 3.3 Block diagram of the GROMS data model
Figure 3.4 Intersection of GIS files
Figure 3.5 Transfer of maps into GIS and calculation of bounding boxes
Figure 4.1 Work flow diagram for the generation of GROMS data sets and subsequent analysis
Figure 4.2 Number of red-listed migratory mammals and birds
Figure 4.3 Threat status and CMS Appendices
Figure 4.4 Migratory status of 124 bat species listed by the GROMS
Figure 4.5 Red List status according to IUCN Red List 2000 within major bird groups
Figure 4.6 Number of migrants within waterbird families
Figure 4.7 Number of migratory plovers, sandpipers and snipes (shorebirds)
Figure 4.8 Number of migrants within seabird families
Figure 4.9 Number of migratory pheasants, bustards, sandgrouse, buttonquails
Figure 4.10 Number of migratory raptors
Figure 4.11 Number of migratory bee-eaters, rollers and kingfishers
Figure 4.12 Number of migratory nightjars, potoos and owls
Figure 4.13 Number of migratory cuckoos, woodpeckers, parrots and hoopoes

Maps (Annex II)

Figure A2.1 Member states of the Convention on Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS)
Figure A2.2 Member states of the EUROBATS agreement


Figure A2.3 Distribution of Tadarida brasiliensis
Figure A2.4 Distribution and photograph of Nyctalus noctula
Figure A2.5 Distribution of Addax nasomaculatus
Figure A2.6 Distribution of Gazella dorcas
Figure A2.7 Former distribution of Oryx dammah
Figure A2.8 Distribution of Gazella dama and G. cuvieri
Figure A2.9 Pictures of Gazella cuvieri and Gazella leptoceros
Figure A2.10 Distribution of Gazella leptoceros
Figure A2.11 Distribution of Procapra gutturosa
Figure A2.12 Photograph of male Procapra gutturosa
Figure A2.13 Distribution of Gorilla gorilla
Figure A2.14 Distribution of Eastern Gorilla and model of habitat suitability
Figure A2.15 Member states of the Wadden Sea agreement
Figure A2.16 Distribution of Phoca vitulina
Figure A2.17 Distribution of Monachus monachus
Figure A2.18 Member states of the ACCOBAMS agreement
Figure A2.19 Member states of the ASCOBANS agreement
Figure A2.20 Pictures of whales and dolphins
Figure A2.21 Distribution of Megaptera novaeangliae
Figure A2.22 Distribution of Balaena mysticetus
Figure A2.23 Distribution of Balaenoptera musculus
Figure A2.24 Distribution of Eubalaena glacialis and E. australis
Figure A2.25 Distribution of Pontoporia blainvillei


Figure A2.26 Member states of the AEWA agreement
Figure A2.27 Pictures/ Photographs of waterbirds
Figure A2.28 Distribution, flyways and staging areas of Anser erythropus
Figure A2.29 Distribution and staging areas of Marmaronetta angustirostris
Figure A2.30 Distribution, flyways and staging areas of Aythya nyroca
Figure A2.31 Distribution and staging areas of Branta ruficollis
Figure A2.32 Distribution and staging areas of Oxyura leucocephala
Figure A2.33 Distribution of Chloephaga rubidiceps
Figure A2.34 Distribution and staging areas of Polysticta stelleri
Figure A2.35 Member states of the Memorandum of Understanding for the Slender-billed Curlew
Figure A2.36 Distribution of Numenius tenuirostris (Slender-billed curlew)
Figure A2.37 Former distribution of Numenius borealis and extinct Ectopistes migratorius
Figure A2.38 Distribution of Egretta eulophotes
Figure A2.39 Diversity of Anatidae at Eurasian keysites
Figure A2.40 Keysites, Ramsar-sites and selected threats in the Wadden Sea area
Figure A2.41 Distribution and flyways of different Grus canadensis subspecies
Figure A2.42 Distribution and flyways of Grus grus
Figure A2.43 Distribution of Grus japonensis
Figure A2.44 Distribution of Grus nigricollis
Figure A2.45 Distribution, flyways and staging areas of Grus leucogeranus
Figure A2.46 Member states of the Memorandum of Understanding for the Siberian Crane
Figure A2.47 Distribution of Ciconia boyciana
Figure A2.48 Distribution of Acrocephalus paludicola
Figure A2.49 Distribution of Vanellus gregarius
Figure A2.50 Distribution of Pelecanus crispus
Figure A2.51 Distribution of Phoenicopterus jamesi
Figure A2.52 Distribution of Phoenicopterus andinus and Spheniscus humboldti
Figure A2.53 Distribution of Geronticus eremita
Figure A2.54 Distribution of Diomedea albatrus
Figure A2.55 Distribution of Diomedea amsterdamensis
Figure A2.56 Distribution of Pterodoma cahow
Figure A2.57 Distribution of Pterodoma phaeopygia and P. sandwichensis
Figure A2.58 Distribution of Tryngites subruficollis
Figure A2.59 Distribution of Synthliboramphus wumizusume
Figure A2.60 Distribution of Larus relictus and L. saundersi
Figure A2.61 Distribution of Larus leucophthalmus andL. audouinii
Figure A2.62 Distribution of Haliaeetus albicilla
Figure A2.63 Distribution of Haliaeetus pelagicus
Figure A2.64 Distribution of Aquila clanga
Figure A2.65 Distribution of Aquila adalberti and A. heliaca
Figure A2.66 Distribution of Falco naumanni
Figure A2.67 Distribution of Sarothrura ayresi
Figure A2.68 Distribution of Chlamydotis undulata
Figure A2.69 Distribution of Otis tarda
Figure A2.70 Distribution of Hirundo atrocaerulea
Figure A2.71 Distribution of Dendroica kirtlandii
Figure A2.72 Distribution of Alecturus risora
Figure A2.73 Distribution of Sporophila cinnamomea and S. hypochroma
Figure A2.74 Distribution of Sporophila zelichi and Agelaius flavus
Figure A2.75 Major flyways of bird migration


Figure A2.76 Distribution and nesting beaches of Chelonia mydas
Figure A2.77 Distribution and nesting beaches of Caretta caretta
Figure A2.78 Distribution and nesting beaches of Eretmochelys imbricata
Figure A2.79 Distribution of Lepidochelys kempii
Figure A2.80 Distribution and nesting beaches of Lepidochelys olivacea
Figure A2.81 Distribution and nesting beaches of Dermochelys coriacea
Figure A2.82 Nesting beaches of Dermochelys coriacea in the Indopacific
Figure A2.83 Distribution of Podocnemis expansa


Figure A2.84 Distribution of Acipenser gueldenstaedtii
Figure A2.85 Distribution of Acipenser naccarii

Diversity of migrants

Figure A2.86 Number of migratory species per administrative unit
Figure A2.87 Number of migratory species per grid cell (200x200 km2)
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This document should be quoted as part of the publication "Riede, K. (2001): The Global Register of Migratory Species ­ Database, GIS Maps and Threat Analysis. Münster (Landwirtschaftsverlag), 400 pp." + CD

 by Klaus Riede