Fersiynau electronig

Dogfennau

  • Marco Apollonio
    University of Sassari
  • Vladimir V. Belkin
    Russian Academy of Sciences
  • Jakub Borkowski
    University of Warmia and Mazury
  • Oleg I. Borodin
    Nаtional Аcademy of Sciences of Belarus for Biological Resources
  • Tomasz Borowik
    Mammal Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences
  • Francesca Cagnacci
    Fondazione Edmund Mach, Trento
  • Alesksey A. Danilkin
    A.N. Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution, Moscow
  • Peter I. Danilov
    Russian Academy of Sciences
  • Andrey Faybich
    Scientific and Practical Centre for Wildlife Resources Management
  • Francesco Ferretti
    University of Siena
  • Jean Michel Gaillard
    University Claude Bernard Lyon I, Lyon
  • Matthew Hayward
  • Pavel Heshtaut
    Scientific and Practical Centre for Wildlife Resources Management “Krasny Bor
  • Marco Heurich
    Bavarian Forest National Park
  • Aliaxandr Hurynovich
    Scientific and Practical Centre for Wildlife Resources Management “Krasny Bor
  • Alexander Kashtalyan
    Scientific and Practical Centre for Wildlife Resources Management “Krasny Bor
  • Graham I. H. Kerley
    Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth
  • Petter Kjellander
    Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
  • Rafal Kowalczyk
    Polish Academy of Sciences
  • Alexander Kozorez
    Belarussian State Technological University, Minsk
  • Sergey Matveytchuk
    Federal Research Institute of Game Management and Fur Farming, Kirov
  • Jos M. Milner
    University of Aberdeen
  • Atle Mysterud
    University of Oslo
  • Janis Ozoliņš
    State Forest Research Institute “Silava”
  • Danila V. Panchenko
    Russian Academy of Sciences
  • Wibke Peters
    University of Oslo
  • Tomasz Podgórski
    Polish Academy of Sciences
  • Boštjan Pokorny
    Environmental Protection CollegeVelenje
  • Christer Moe Rolandsen
    Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, Trondheim
  • Vesa Ruusila
    Natural Resources Institute of Finland, Helsinki
  • Krzysztof Schmidt
    Polish Academy of Sciences
Wildlife management systems face growing challenges to cope with increasingly complex interactions between wildlife populations, the environment and human activities. In this position statement, we address the most important issues characterising current ungulate conservation and management in Europe. We present some key points arising from ecological research that may be critical for a reassessment of ungulate management in the future.
Iaith wreiddiolSaesneg
Tudalennau (o-i)209-217
CyfnodolynMammal Research
Cyfrol62
Rhif y cyfnodolyn3
Dyddiad ar-lein cynnar7 Meh 2017
StatwsCyhoeddwyd - 1 Gorff 2017

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