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Insect indicators of human interference and degradation of forest ecosystems

, : Insect indicators of human interference and degradation of forest ecosystems. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 2): 48-49

The paper discusses and illustrates the way in which insects can serve as indicators of ecosystem change and degradation under various forms of human impact, viz. industrial pollution, fire, fellings, grazing and recreational pressure.


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