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Bird Communities and Vegetation Composition in the Urban Forest Ecosystem: Correlations and Comparisons of Diversity Indices

structure of bird communities at forests park zone of Kharkov (Ukraine). Belgorod State University Scientific Bulletin, Natural Sciences, 30(3), 74−81. Barbarich, A. (1977). Geobotanical subdivision of Ukraine (in Ukrainian). Kyiv: Science. Batary, P., Fronczek, S., Normann, C., Scherber, C. & Tscharntke T. (2014). How do edge effect and tree species diversity change bird diversity and avian nest survival in Germany’s largest deciduous forest? For. Ecol. Manag., 319, 44−50. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2014.02.004. Bergner, A

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Organic amendment increases arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal diversity in primary coastal dunes

: pp. 129-138. Barvah, T.C. & Barthakur, H.P. (1997) A Textbook of Soil Analysis. New Delhi: Vikas Pub. Ltd. Bever, J.D., Morton, J.B., Antonovics, J. & Schultz, P.A. (1996) Host-dependent sporulation and species diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a mown grassland. J. Ecol., 84, 71-82. Bever, J.D., Schultz, P.A., Pringle, A. &Morton, J.B. (2001) Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: more diverse than meets the eye, and the ecological tale of why. BioScience, 51, 923-931. Brady, N.C. (1974) 8th edn. The

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Changes in growth caused by climate change and other limiting factors in time affect the optimal equilibrium of close-to-nature forest management

environmental change and species diversity on tree radial growth in a mixed European forest. Forest Ecology and Management, 446:293–303. Bouriaud, O., Bréda, N., Dupouey, J. L., Granier, A., 2005: Is ring width a reliable proxy for stem-biomass increment? A case study in European beech. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 35:2920–2933. Buongiorno, J., Michie, B. R., 1980: A matrix model of uneven-aged forest management. Forest Science, 26:609–625. Deegen, P., Villa, W., Stümer, W., Pretzsch, H., 2000: Zur finanziellen Analyse der Waldpflegeentschei-dung bei

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Ixodid Ticks (Acari, Ixodidae) in Urban Landscapes. A review

., Nebogatkin, I. V. 2013 a. Street line as a way of movement of ticks (Acari, Ixodidae) in the city. VIII Congress of the PА «Ukrainian Entomological Society» 26-30 August 2013. Kyiv, 8-9 [In Russian]. Akimov, I. A., Nebogatkin, I. V. 2013 b. Ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) on the banks of lakes in the metropolitan area (for example, Kyiv) and determine the feasibility of measures against ticks. Veterinary Medicine: Interdepartmental subject scientific collection, 97, 372-373 [In Russian]. Akimov, I. A., Nebogatkin, I. V. 2013 c. Species diversity of

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Bird communities and vegetation composition in natural and semi-natural forests of megalopolis: correlations and comparisons of diversity indices (Kyiv city, Ukraine)

functional organization of forest ecosystems in the evolutionary aspect. Factors in Experimental Evolution Organisms, 18, 186−190. MacArthur, R. & MacArthur J. (1961). On bird species diversity. Ecology, 42, 594−598. DOI: 10.2307/1932254. Magurran, E. (1998). Ecological diversity and its measurement . New Jersey: Princeton University Press. Martin, K. & Eadie J.M. (1999). Nest webs: a community-wide approach to the management and conservation of cavity-nesting forest birds. For. Ecol. Manag ., 115, 243–257. DOI: 10.1016/S0378-1127(98)00403-4. Martin

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Impact of Organic Fertilisation and Subsequent Grassland Abandonment on Floristic Composition

-9000827-6-9 MRKVIČKA, J. - VESELÁ, M. 2002. The influence of longterm fertilization on species diversity and yield potential of permanent meadow stand. In Rostlinná Výroba, vol. 48, pp. 69-75. MURPHY, D.V. - STOCKDALE, E.A. - BROOKES, P.C. - GOULDING, K.W.T. 2007. Impact of microorganisms on chemical transformation in soil. In ABBOTT, L.K. (Ed.) - MURPHY, D.V. Soil biological fertility - A key to sustainable land use in agriculture, Springer, pp. 37-59. ISBN 978-1-4020-6619-1 ÖCKINGER, E. - ERIKSSON, A.K. - SMITH, H.G. 2006. Effects of grassland

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Spatial Diversification of Bee (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Apiformes) Assemblages in Forest Communities of the Suchedniów-Oblęgorek Landscape Park

pszczołowatych (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) na obszarach leśnych Kotliny Toruńskiej. Rozprawy UMK , Toruń. Pielou E. C. (1966) - Species diversity and pattern - diversity in the study of ecological succesion. J. Theor. Biol ., 10: 370-383. Renkonen O. (1938) - Statistisch-ökologische Untersuchungen über die terrestische Käferwelt der finnischen Bruchmoore. An. Zool. Soc ., 6: 1-231. Romer E. (1949) - Regiony klimatyczne Polski. Pr. Wroc. Tow. Nauk ., Ser. B. 16. Ruszkowski A., Ruszkowski J. (1998) - Słownik

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Review of Saproxylic Beetles in Tugai Forests of Kazakhstan

and Amu Darya. Forestry, 85, 193–202. doi: 10.1093/forestry/cpr056. Tleppaeva AM (2013): Species diversity of jewel beetles (Coleoptera, Buprestidae) in floodplain habitats of the rivers of South-East Kazakhstan. KazNU Bulletin, Biology series, 57, 108–117. (in Russian) Treshkin SE (2011): Degradation of tugais in Central Asia and ways of their restoration: synopsis of the doctor of agricultural sciences. Volgograd, Russia. (in Russian) Vaisanen R, Bistrom O, Heliovaara K (1993): Sub-cortical Coleoptera in dead pines and spruces: is primeval

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Species richness and diversity of caddisflies (Trichoptera) in a selected area in mid-western Poland (Lubuskie Province) / Bogactwo i różnorodność chruścików (Trichoptera) na wybranym obszarze środkowo-zachodniej Polski (województwo lubuskie)

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SPECIES COMPLEXES OF THE ORIBATID MITES (SARCOPTIFORMES, ORIBATEI) IN SOILS OF URBAN STREET LAWNS WITH DIFFERENT POLLUTION RATES

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Species complexes of oribatid mites at six plots on the street lawns in one of Kyiv districts are studied. In total 27 species of 26 genera and 19 families of oribatid mites are found. Direct correlation between oribatid species diversity and the level of total soil pollution is not shown.

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