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Title: Chronology of micromammal assemblages on the territory of Belarus in the late glacial and holocene
Other Titles: Chronologia zespołów mikrossaków na terytorium Białorusi w późnym glacjale i holocenie
Authors: Ivanov, Dmitry
Keywords: ЭБ БГУ::ЕСТЕСТВЕННЫЕ И ТОЧНЫЕ НАУКИ::География
ЭБ БГУ::ЕСТЕСТВЕННЫЕ И ТОЧНЫЕ НАУКИ::Биология
Issue Date: Jan-2016
Citation: Słupskie Prace Geograficzne. 2016. №13. P.179-195.
Abstract: Complex geological and paleontological study of new locations of the Late Glacial and Holocene micromammals on the territory of Belarus and their resources allowed communities to establish 9 fauna formation phase. The phases are characterized by qualitative (appearance-disappearance of individual marker species and groups) and quantitative (number of species, the ratio of species and proportion of ecological groups) changes, which are reflected in the history of the formation small mammals region. The dynamics of species composition and community structure of small mammals considered for each chronointervals. Background characteristic and small mammal marker species are given in article. The dynamics of species composition and community structure of microtheriofauna considered for each chronointervals. Background characteristic and small mammal marker species are given in article.
URI: http://elib.bsu.by/handle/123456789/232769
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CHRONOLOGY OF MICROMAMMAL ASSEMBLAGES ON THE TERRITORY OF BELARUS IN THE LATE GLACIAL AND HOLOCENE ivanov Słupskie Prace Geograficzne.pdfSummary The dynamics of species composition and community structure of Micromammaliа on chronological periods from Late Glacial to Holocene are analyzed. For each time period typical associations and the dominant ecological groups are identified, as well as the most typical marker species of micromammalia. By the ecological groups superlative and the relationship in the species composition within the history of microtheriocomplex during Late Glacial-Holocene nine phases were outlined for Belarus. These phases reflect the quantitative and qualitative changes in the microtheriocomplex due to changes in climatic conditions and successional dynamics of the landscapes, and anthropogenic impacts on the biocenosis since the second half of the Middle Holocene.2,32 MBAdobe PDFView/Open


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