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Ekologiia i Monitoring Ptits Priokhotskoi Ravninnoi Lesotundry na Primere Landshaftov Basseina Reki Kava [Ecology and Monitoring of Birds from the Plain Forest-Tundra of the Northern Coast of the Sea of Okhotsk by the Example of Landscapes of the Kava River Basin]

By: Arsenii Vasil'evich Krechmar(Author)
Publisher: Dal'nauka
Ekologiia i Monitoring Ptits Priokhotskoi Ravninnoi Lesotundry na Primere Landshaftov Basseina Reki Kava
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Language: Russian

Since 1991 the author regularly conducted field research in the area of ornithological field base located in a typical lowland wood tundra at the right-bank tributary of the Kava River, about 50 km from the coast of the Sea of Okhotsk and 200 km to the west of Magadan. The main objective of this research was to study the long-term ecology and water­fowl populations, but along the way by collecting information on the biology of the other bird species. As a result, the materials were collected by terms of migration, breeding biology and ecology for many birds representing 12 orders, that live in the wood tundra, as well as been noted by a number of changes in the number of bird species in 15-20 years. Generalization in the same work of all the data collected by the author on the birds of this unique area for more than 20 years is the aim of this publication. The book may be interested for ornithologists and zoogeographers interested in distribution and ecology of northern birds and birdwatchers who regularly visiting the northern Okhotsk Sea coast within recent years.

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Начиная с 1991 г. автор регулярно проводил полевые орнитологические ис- следования в окрестностях полевой базы, расположенной в типичной равнинной лесотундре на одном из правых притоков р. Кава, приблизительно в 50 км от побережья Охотского моря и в 200 км к западу от Магадана. Основной задачей этих многолетних исследований было изучение экологии и численности водоплавающих птиц, но попутно автор собирал сведения и по биологии птиц других отрядов. В результате были собраны материалы по срокам миграций, биологии гнездования и другим особенностям экологии целого ряда представителей 12 отрядов птиц, обитающих в лесотундре, а также подмечены изменения численности целого ряда видов за 15-20 лет. Обобщение в одной работе всех данных, собранных автором по птицам этого своеобразного места более чем за 20 лет, и является целью этой публикации. Книга может представлять интерес как для зоогеографов и орнитологов, интересующихся распространением и экологией северных птиц, так и орнитологов-любителей, в последние годы регулярно посещающих Северное Приохотье.

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By: Arsenii Vasil'evich Krechmar(Author)
Publisher: Dal'nauka
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