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- Bykhovets, N. M., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Contemporary problems of ecology 2017 v.10 no.3 pp. 215-223
- Clethrionomys glareolus; Myodes; climate change; coniferous forests; hills; landscapes; lowland forests; lowlands; population dynamics; voles
- ... In recent years in northern Pre-Urals, the population dynamics of forest voles has undergone significant changes. In the foothill area, the abundance of the red-backed vole has decreased and that of the bank vole has increased significantly. As a result, the latter becomes the dominant species. In nearby lowland areas, the population of the bank vole has remained stable while the red-backed vole h ...
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- Russian journal of ecology 2012 v.43 no.5 pp. 398-405
- adverse effects; anthropogenic activities; population dynamics; small mammals; soil; tundra
- ... Small mammal communities have been studied in undisturbed and restored zonal biogeocenoses in the southern subzone of eastern European tundras. The results show that the consequences of anthropogenic disturbances to the environment have an adverse effect on parameters of abundance, spatial distribution, and population dynamics of species comprising zonal communities. Soil and plant components of t ...