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Author (up) Kydyraliev A.K.
Title Some animal species' habitat alteration in the Central Tien Shan Type Miscellaneous
Year 1970 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Part 1. Issue Pages 46-48
Keywords Kyrgyzstan; tien shan; human influence; water conservation activity; decline; range; number; birds; mammals; game species; moral; argali; snow leopard.; 7540; Russian
Abstract Irrigation and drainage activity in Tien Shan led some bird species to disappear. Number of species to build their nests in tree holes has dropped. Mongolian sandpiper and black-bellied sand grouse disappeared in the steppe areas. Great bustard, formerly nesting in this area, can now be rarely seen only in migration. The direct anthropogenic influence resulted in shrinkage of game animal and bird populations such as moral, goitered gazelle, argali, snow leopard, and stone marten.
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Area Expedition Conference
Notes Full text available in RussianJournal Title: Influence of anthropogenic factors on the formation of zoogeographic complexes. The fifth inter-school zoogeographic conference. Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 732 Serial 605
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