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Science 11 July 1975:
Vol. 189. no. 4197, pp. 143 - 145
DOI: 10.1126/science.1138371

Articles

Science, Vol 189, Issue 4197, 143-145
Copyright 1975 by American Association for the Advancement of Science


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Orientation of gull chicks exposed to project Sanguine's electromagnetic field

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Birds tested on clear days in the normal geomagnetic field showed a significant clustering of headings about a predicted bearing corresponding with the direction of migration. Individuals tested when a large antenna was energized dispersed randomly. Magnetic fields associated with such conductors may be sufficient to confuse orienting birds.


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Geomagnetic disturbance and the orientation of nocturnally migrating birds.
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Migrating birds respond to Project Seafarer's electromagnetic field.
R. Larkin and P. Sutherland (1977)
Science 195, 777-779
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