2017 Volume 4 Issue 1

A Variant of the Methodology for Assessing the State of Zoological Complexes


Pushkin S.V., Kharchenko L.N.
Abstract

Annotation: The author's methodology for assessing the state of zoological complexes of a certain territory, which is developed on the basis of the use of the scale of the degree of preservation (completeness ...) of zoocenoses, is proposed and justified, and information is given on the practical application of this technique in compiling the ecological passport of the urban agglomeration.


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