Study of trends of the forest grouse population dynamics in the forest zone of Eurasia

Julkaisun otsikon käännös: Riistaeläinten populaatioiden dynamiikka Pohjois-Euroopassa: tiivistelmä: 7. kansainvälinen symposium. 24. – 28. Syyskuuta

Juri Kurhinen, P. Danilov, Sergey K. Kochanov, A. Korolev, S. Kossenko, V. Mamontov, N. Neufeld, Tatyana E. Pavlyushchik, L. Saburova, T. Ludwig, E. Larin, F. Fedorov, T. Bespalova, A. Ayupov, A. Pavlov, Andrey V. Sivkov, V. Piminov, M. Yakovleva

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We have studied Black Grouse population abundance and its dynamics in large regions of North-Europe and Urals’ taiga (Finland, Russian Karelia, Murmansk, Arhangel, Kirov and Komi regions and). The data is based on Winter Track Counts (WTC, Priklonski, 1973), where all grouse sightings are recorded. We also studied the longterm Black Grouse abundance changes in Russian and Belarus Natural Reserves (by “Chronical of Natural” Programme, including summer counts of forest grouses): Pinezhsky, Pechoro-Ilychskiy, National Park "Mechera", Nature Reserve "Kivach", "Bryansk Forest", Kostomuksha Nature Reserve Volzhsko-Kamsky National Nature Biosphere Reserve and Visimskiy State Nature Reserves. The highest and most stable abundances of Black Grouse were recorded from East Fennoscandia (Karelia – 3.6 birds per 10 km; Finland – 4.4, coefficient of variation – 12% and 27%, respectively), whereas in the Murmansk and Arkhangelsk Regions and Komi republic, e.g. the species abundance indices were 0.5, 2.5 and 1.1 birds per 10 km, respectively. The “Peak” and minimal abundance years do not concur in different regions of north-European taiga. In Komi in the period from 2001 to 2013, the number of the black grouse declined twice, in Arhangel in the period 30 years – decreased fivefold. In Tatarstan Republic (Volzhsko-Kamsky National Nature Biosphere Reserve) after 1980 abundance decreased rapidly and at last 10 tears – disappeared. In Central Siberia BG are small in numbers and rare. The data suggest Black Grouse abundance varies significantly across Northern Eurasia and among years. One may presume there are some factors acting in different directions: towards convergence and towards divergence of the trends.

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OtsikkoDynamics of the game animals populations in Northern Europe: Book of abstracts. : The 7th International symposium. 24–28 September 2018, Petrozavodsk, Republic of Karelia, Russia / [Ed. P. I. Danilov]. – Petrozavodsk: KRC RAS, 2018. – 267 p.
ToimittajatPjotr Danilov
Sivumäärä2
JulkaisupaikkaPetrozavodsk
KustantajaКарельский научный центр РАН
Julkaisupäivä28 syyskuuta 2018
Sivut191-192
ISBN (painettu)978-5-9274-0826-9
TilaJulkaistu - 28 syyskuuta 2018
OKM-julkaisutyyppiA4 Artikkeli konferenssijulkaisuussa
Tapahtuma7th International symposium. 24–28 September 2018, Petrozavodsk, Republic of Karelia, Russia. - Petrozavodsk, Venäjä
Kesto: 24 syyskuuta 201828 syyskuuta 2018

Tieteenalat

  • 1181 Ekologia, evoluutiobiologia

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Kurhinen, J., Danilov, P., Kochanov, S. K., Korolev, A., Kossenko, S., Mamontov, V., ... Yakovleva, M. (2018). Study of trends of the forest grouse population dynamics in the forest zone of Eurasia. teoksessa P. Danilov (Toimittaja), Dynamics of the game animals populations in Northern Europe: Book of abstracts.: The 7th International symposium. 24–28 September 2018, Petrozavodsk, Republic of Karelia, Russia / [Ed. P. I. Danilov]. – Petrozavodsk: KRC RAS, 2018. – 267 p. (Sivut 191-192). Petrozavodsk: Карельский научный центр РАН.
Kurhinen, Juri ; Danilov, P. ; Kochanov, Sergey K. ; Korolev, A. ; Kossenko, S. ; Mamontov, V. ; Neufeld, N. ; Pavlyushchik, Tatyana E. ; Saburova, L. ; Ludwig, T. ; Larin, E. ; Fedorov, F. ; Bespalova, T. ; Ayupov, A. ; Pavlov, A. ; Sivkov, Andrey V. ; Piminov, V. ; Yakovleva, M. / Study of trends of the forest grouse population dynamics in the forest zone of Eurasia. Dynamics of the game animals populations in Northern Europe: Book of abstracts.: The 7th International symposium. 24–28 September 2018, Petrozavodsk, Republic of Karelia, Russia / [Ed. P. I. Danilov]. – Petrozavodsk: KRC RAS, 2018. – 267 p.. Toimittaja / Pjotr Danilov. Petrozavodsk : Карельский научный центр РАН, 2018. Sivut 191-192
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Study of trends of the forest grouse population dynamics in the forest zone of Eurasia. / Kurhinen, Juri; Danilov, P.; Kochanov, Sergey K.; Korolev, A.; Kossenko, S.; Mamontov, V.; Neufeld, N.; Pavlyushchik, Tatyana E.; Saburova, L.; Ludwig, T.; Larin, E.; Fedorov, F.; Bespalova, T.; Ayupov, A.; Pavlov, A.; Sivkov, Andrey V.; Piminov, V.; Yakovleva, M.

Dynamics of the game animals populations in Northern Europe: Book of abstracts.: The 7th International symposium. 24–28 September 2018, Petrozavodsk, Republic of Karelia, Russia / [Ed. P. I. Danilov]. – Petrozavodsk: KRC RAS, 2018. – 267 p.. toim. / Pjotr Danilov. Petrozavodsk : Карельский научный центр РАН, 2018. s. 191-192.

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Kurhinen J, Danilov P, Kochanov SK, Korolev A, Kossenko S, Mamontov V et al. Study of trends of the forest grouse population dynamics in the forest zone of Eurasia. julkaisussa Danilov P, toimittaja, Dynamics of the game animals populations in Northern Europe: Book of abstracts.: The 7th International symposium. 24–28 September 2018, Petrozavodsk, Republic of Karelia, Russia / [Ed. P. I. Danilov]. – Petrozavodsk: KRC RAS, 2018. – 267 p.. Petrozavodsk: Карельский научный центр РАН. 2018. s. 191-192