Data on distribution and numbers of breeding waterbirds in 16 wetlands of international importance and 8 wetlands of national or regional level are presented in the monograph.
Descriptions of the investigated wetlands contain resent data as well as retrospective materials on bird numbers. Changes in habitat structure, number dynamics of bird and influence of different factors on waterbirds are discussed. Additional chapters of the monograph contain the information about methods of ornithological investigations; lists of bird and plant species mentioned in monograph are included.
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Chapter 1. Danube delta; Chapter 2. Sasyk Lake
Chapter 3. System of lakes Shagany - Alibei - Burnas
Chapter 4. Dnister
Chapter 5. Kuyalnik liman;Chapter 6. Tiligul liman
Chapter 7. Yagorlytskiy bay
Chapter 8. Tendra bay
Chapter 9. Dzharylgachskiy bay
Chapter 10. Karkinitski bay
Chapter 11. Sivash, Western Sivash
Chapter 11. Central Sivash
Chapter 11. Eastern Sivash
Chapter 12. Molochny liman
Chapter 13. Obitochnaya spit and bay;
Chapter 14. Mouth of Berda river and Berdyanskaya bay
Chapter 15. Belosarayskaya bay
Chapter 16. Krivaya spit and bay
Chapter 17. Wetlands of Kerch peninsula; Sea coast of south-eastern Crimea
Chapter 18. Distribution and numbers of breeding waterbirds in the wetlands of the Azov-Black Sea coast of Ukraine
Appendix 1. List of codes of the cadastre sites along the Azov - Black Sea coast (all the appendixes are in one file)
Appendix 2.List of plan species mentioned in the text
Appendix 3. List of breeding bird species on the Azov -Black Sea coast of Ukraine
Appendix 4. Sketch maps showing the distribution of key wetlands in the south of Ukraine
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