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Birds of the Steppe Ecosystems of Baikal Siberia: Monograph [Russian]

Monograph
By: TSydypzhap Zaiatuevich Dorzhiev(Author), AZ Gulgenov(Author)
208 pages, 29 colour photos and b/w illustrations, 29 tables
Birds of the Steppe Ecosystems of Baikal Siberia: Monograph [Russian]
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  • Birds of the Steppe Ecosystems of Baikal Siberia: Monograph [Russian] ISBN: 9785979313092 Paperback Jan 2018 Usually dispatched within 2-4 months
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Language: Russian

This monograph provides information on the distribution, nature and duration of stay, and ecology of birds of the steppe ecosystems of Baikal Siberia. The ecological, systematic, and geographical structure of the fauna and population of the steppe birds of the region is analyzed. Particular attention is paid to breeding ecology. It contains information on the state of rare birds and discusses their protection. The book is intended for ornithologists, biogeographers, ecologists, and environmental organizations, as well as teachers and students of biological specialities.

Summary in Russian:
В монографии приводятся сведения о распространении, характере и сроках пребывания, экологии птиц степных экосистем Байкальской Сибири. Анализируется эколого-систематическая и географическая структура фауны и населения степных птиц региона. Особое внимание уделено гнездовой экологии. Содержатся сведения о состоянии редких птиц и обсуждаются вопросы их охраны.

Книга адресована орнитологам, биогеографам, экологам, работникам природоохранных организаций и охотничьего хозяйства, а также преподавателям и студентам биологических специальностей.

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Monograph
By: TSydypzhap Zaiatuevich Dorzhiev(Author), AZ Gulgenov(Author)
208 pages, 29 colour photos and b/w illustrations, 29 tables
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