FAECES AS INDICATORS OF MOOSE ACTIVITY AND ROLE IN ECOSYSTEMS
Faeces can serve as a significant index of spatial distribution of moose and provide estimates of moose population composition. Using faeces of moose to gather data for determining forage pressure and level of removal of plants, territorial distribution, population density, traces of activity, and other population indices can be regarded as a simple and reliable method for investigation of moose ecology.
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