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Based on the results of the symposium 'Effects of large-scale climatic variability on mammals' held at the 9th Mammalogical Congress in Sapporo, Japan. The articles analyse climate effects on population dynamics of rodents and ungulates in temperate, mountain and tundra ecosystems. CR SPECIAL 15 identifies the constraints on predictability of mammal population dynamics, thus driving the discussion on how to overcome them.
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