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Author (up) Formozov A.N. url 
  Title Seasonal migrations of mammals due to snow cover. Distribution of the Felidae family species Type Miscellaneous
  Year 1990 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Issue Pages 83-84  
  Keywords Migration; ungulates; carnivores; snow leopard.; 6740; Russian  
  Abstract It describes vertical migrations of ungulates (ibex, wild sheep) in the Semerechie, Altai, Sayans, Tuva, seasonal migrations of steppe ungulates (kulan and saiga), and migrations of predators (lynx, leopard, irbis, tiger, dhole, wolf, glutton) following ungulates during winters with thick snow cover. Shorter local migrations related to uneven snow cover are typical for corsac, fox, and wolf. An analysis of the Felidae family species distribution showed that northern border of the cat family species habitat is connected with borders of 20 30 cm thick snow cover rather than with landscape contours or typical habitats. With the exception of lynx, this can be referred to the large cat family species such as irbis, leopard, and tiger.  
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  Notes Full text available in RussianJournal Title: Snow cover in life of mammals and birds. Approved no  
  Call Number SLN @ rana @ 652 Serial 283  
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