The Anserinae is a subfamily in the waterfowl family Anatidae. It includes the swans and true geese. Under alternative systematical concepts (see e.g. Terres & NAS, 1991), it is split into two subfamilies, the Anserinae containing the geese (and also the whistling-ducks), while the Cygninae contain the swans.
True Geese - tribe Anserini
The following two genera are distinct from other geese and often elevated to a subfamily of its own (Cereopsinae), or alternatively into the shelduck subfamily Tadorninae:
There are some enigmatic subfossils of very large goose-like birds from the Hawaiian Islands which do not appear to be moa-nalos (goose-sized dabbling ducks). They cannot be assigned to any genus living today, though most if not all may be fairly close to Branta:
The use of GIS techniques to quantify the hydrological regime of a karst wetland (Skealoghan turlough) in Ireland.(Geographical Information System)
Feb 01, 2008; Abstract Question: Can GIS and GPS technology be used to quantify the hydrological regime of different plant communities on...