Key words: Alces alces, biotopes
, dynamics, hunting, moose, population, steppe zone, structure Ukraine.
aegypti was predominant in the tyre dump biotopes
during wet season in Maharashtra state (11).
duebeni in the samples is due to the fact that no monitoring activities are carried out in the biotopes
inhabited by G.
mapped are those derived by the Marine Nature Conservation Review Team, part of the Joint Nature Conservation Council.
Parshall has observed dainty sulphur colonies in Florida, Colorado, and Kansas, using very similar biotopes
to the reverting fields at Pickerington Ponds.
Meanwhile, the report proposed creating biotopes
, or environmentally balanced areas where flora and fauna exist in harmony, in schools in an effort to involve the parents, faculty and local residents in the children's environmental education.
I am not conversant in biotopes
, but I appreciate the songs and croaks and buzzings that the valley breeze delivers throughout our days here.
5) The heart of the reserve is its nearly 800,000 hectares of strictly protected core zones, which include national parks and biotopes
(wildlife refuges) reserved solely for conservation.
Increasingly popular are biotopes
, a kind of snapshot of a certain aquatic area of the world that can be re-created in a tank.
Spontaneous bush-fires are - on a geological time-scale - quite common in many biotopes
The reserve is divided into three areas: multiple use, core (including biotopes
and national parks), and buffer, a nine-mile wide belt, relatively well populated, that surrounds the bio-sphere and helps protect the reserve.
It emphasises the tending of key biotopes
(grove forests, spruce-hardwood mires, stream banks, shore stands), as well as developing environmentally compatible silvicultural practices, protecting biodiversity, and encouraging broad-leaved species and mixed stands.