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SOME FEATURES OF THE TRANSFORMATION OF MAMMAL FAUNAS OF THE PALEARCTIC AND NEARCTIC IN THE TERMINAL CENOZOIC

Journal Article published 2016 in Russian Journal of Ecosystem Ecology volume 1 issue 3

Authors: V.N. Kalyakin, Zoological Museum of Moscow State University

PINE FOREST SUCCESSION ON SANDY RIDGES WITHIN OUTWASH PLAIN (SANDUR) IN NERUSSA-DESNA POLESIE

Journal Article published 2016 in Russian Journal of Ecosystem Ecology volume 1 issue 3

Authors: O.I. Evstigneev, State Nature Reserve «Bryansky Les», V.N. Korotkov, Lomonosov Moscow State University

TALL-HERB BOREAL FORESTS ON NORTH URAL

Journal Article published 2016 in Russian Journal of Ecosystem Ecology volume 1 issue 3

Authors: A.A. Aleinikov, Center for Problems of Ecology and Productivity of Forests, Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), N.S. Smirnov, O.V. Smirnova, Institute of Global Climate and Ecology of Roshydromet and Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), Center for Problems of Ecology and Productivity of Forest, Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS)

HABITATS OF DIURNAL RAPTORS AND THE BLACK STORK IN RELATION TO THE SPATIAL STRUCTURE OF FOREST COVER

Journal Article published 2016 in Russian Journal of Ecosystem Ecology volume 1 issue 3

Authors: M.S. Romanov, Institute of Mathematical Problems of Biology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics, Russian Academy of Sciences, O.I. Evstigneev, State Nature Reserve «Bryanskii Les»

RETURN URBANIZATION – THE LAST CHANCE FOR ENDANGERED SPECIES OF BIRDS IN EUROPE AND OTHERS HIGH-URBANISED REGIONS, OR IS IT?

Journal Article published 2016 in Russian Journal of Ecosystem Ecology volume 1 issue 4

Authors: V.S. Friedmann, Lomonosov Moscow State University, G.S. Eryomkin, N.Yu. Zakharova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Institute of Mathematics, Informatics and Natural Sciences, Moscow City Pedagogical University

THE EFFECT OF ABOVEGROUND COMPETITION ON SPATIAL STRUCTURE AND CROWN SHAPE OF THE DOMINATING CANOPY SPECIES OF FOREST STANDS OF EUROPEAN RUSSIA

Journal Article published 2016 in Russian Journal of Ecosystem Ecology volume 1 issue 4

Authors: V.N. Shanin, nstitute of Physicochemical and Biological Problems in Soil Science Russian Academy of Science, M.P. Shashkov, N.V. Ivanova, P.Ya. Grabarnik, nstitute of Physicochemical and Biological Problems in Soil Science Russian Academy of Science, Institute of Mathematical Problems of Biology, Russian Academy of Science, Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Physicochemical and Biological Problems, Russian Academy of Science

CHUVARDINSKY’S ANTIGLACIAL (GENERALIZED GEOLOGICAL) CONCEPTION

Journal Article published 2016 in Russian Journal of Ecosystem Ecology volume 1 issue 4

Authors: P.K. Skufyin, Geological Institute of Kola Science Centre of Russian Academy of Sciences, Yu.N. Golubchikov, S.P. Evdokimov , A.A. Predovsky , Lomonosov Moscow State University, Smolensk State University, Murmansk State Technical University

ONTOGENETIC MUSEUM OF PLANTS OF MARI STATE UNIVERSITY

Journal Article published 2016 in Russian Journal of Ecosystem Ecology volume 1 issue 4

Authors: L.A. Zhukova, Mari State University, S.V. Kozyreva, E.V Zubkova, G.O. Osmanova, O.P. Vedernikova, Mari State University, Institute of Physico-Chemical and Biological Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences, Mari State University, Mari State University

PLANETARY PERMO-СARBONIFEROUS ICE AGE – BANK OF PALEONTOLOGICAL AND GEOLOGICAL FACTS FOR DISPROVING THE GLACIAL THEORY

Journal Article published 2017 in Russian Journal of Ecosystem Ecology volume 2 issue 3

Authors: V. G. Chuvardinsky, Central Kola Geological Expedition

THE POPULATION AND TRANSFORMATION FEAUTURES OF NATURAL LANDSCAPES OF THE UPPER PECHORA IN THE 15TH – 19TH CENTURIES

Journal Article published 2017 in Russian Journal of Ecosystem Ecology volume 2 issue 3

Authors: А. A. Aleynikov, Center for Problems of Ecology and Productivity of Forests, Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS)