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- Nygrén, Tuire, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- European journal of wildlife research 2013 v.59 no.5 pp. 613-627
- Alces alces; anthropogenic activities; genetic variation; humans; microsatellite repeats; population dynamics; population structure; Finland; Scandinavia
- ... Genetic structures of Holarctic species are largely formed by Pleistocene colonisation history, dispersal capacity and interactions between biotic and abiotic factors, even though the human impact can also be significant. The Holarctic moose (Alces alces) arrived in Fennoscandia around 9,000–8,000 years ago, and it has been exploited by humans ever since. During the last 400 years, the Finnish moo ...