ANTHROPOGENIC EFFECTS ON MOOSE POPULATIONS IN THE SOUTHERN TAIGA
This article focuses on variations in moose population densities and sex ratios, autoregulation of its population density, and related effects on the forest since a moose outbreak in 2 central parts of the East–European Plain due to the appearance of early successional tree species, resulting from felling in the course of World War II.
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