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Publisher: Altai State University, Biological Faculty
Journal: Acta Biologica Sibirica
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: Биология; Зоология; Орнитология; Экология, migration; birds; meteorological parameters; review, миграция; птицы; метеорологические параметры; обзор, Biology; Zoology; Ornithology; Ecology
Обобщен передовой научный опыт и современные гипотезы о влиянии погодных условий на характер миграции птиц, существующие в орнитологической литературе на конец двадцатого столетия. Приводятся результаты исследований, выполненных в различных регионах мира, выделена стимулирующая и блокирующая роль погодных факторов. Систематизированы разнообразные научные данные о взаимосвязи миграции и погодных условий. Выявлены основные атмосферные факторы, оказывающие мощное влияние на характер и интенсивность миграционных процессов.Ключевые слова: миграция, птицы, метеорологические параметры, обзор
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