Sergey Golubev

Sergey Golubev
Papanin Institute for Biology of Inland Waters, Russian Academy of Sciences · Fish Ecology Laboratory

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Ecology, conservation and health of birds in Antarctica and the Volga river basin.

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Abstract Plastic debris makes up the majority of marine debris around the world, and pollution is a serious threat to marine wildlife. Threats represent two types of biological interactions with plastic: entanglement and ingestion. This paper describes interactions of seabirds with plastic in Mirny and draw the attention of researchers to the exist...
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The purpose of the work is to provide a comprehensive review of the available historical and current records of vagrant and visiting individuals sighted at the Haswell archipelago, near the Russian Antarctic station Mirny (Davis Sea, southern Indian Ocean), from 1956 to 2016. Three rare vagrant species (eight observations) were recorded: the Chinst...
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Nineteen cases of physical deformities, colour aberrations, and unusual eggs were recorded in emperor penguins (Aptenodytes forsteri) and Adélie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae) from the Haswell archipelago in the Davis Sea, East Antarctica, during 1956-2016. Two very small eggs and one very large egg were recorded from emperor penguins, and two very...
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Antarctica is free of urbanisation, however, 40 year-round and 32 seasonal Antarctic stations operate there. The effects of such human settlements on Antarctic wildlife are insufficiently studied. The main aim of this study was to determine the organization of the bird population of the Mirny Station. The birds were observed on the coast of the Dav...
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Oil spills are rare in Antarctica. They threaten flying birds and penguins. This is the first report on the interactions of seabirds with oil in the area of the Mirny Station (East Antarctica). The purpose of the study is to determine the total number of seabird species interacting with oil in and around the Mirny Station, to assess the extent of p...
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The Pallasʹs Gull Larus ichthyaetus Pallas, 1773 is a fish-eating predator. It is included in the 5th category of the Red Data Book of the Russian Federation as a recovering species. The state of the world population it is estimated least concern with the tendency to increase the number. The aim of the study is to improve our understanding of the c...
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Data were obtained in Open Ocean: Arctic Archipelagos–2019 expedition (19.08–15.09.2019). 2830.6 km were surveyed in the Barents, Kara, and Laptev seas from R/V Professor Molchanov (transect width was 2 km from the open bridge or 1 km from the pilot bridge, here data adjusted to 1 km). Animals were also recorded whenever observed during anchoring a...
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South polar skuas (Catharacta maccormicki) (further SPS) gravitate toward human activities in the Antarctic. They form active obliged aggregations (further AOA) in places of utilization of kitchen waste and enter into numerous aggressive interactions among themselves. Objective: to establish the possible role of the AOA obtaining leg injuries by SP...
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Bird species diversity of the altitudinal belts of the Eastern Himalayas was analyzed in the early spring of 2005 and 2014. Species richness is revealed to be decreasing from the belts of subtropical mixed and coniferous forests to the alpine belt. Specific species that are not beyond the limits of a corresponding belt are immanent to three of four...
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From May-July 2011, the avifauna of the Chukchi Sea coast between the villages of Nutepelmen and Vankarem (a distance of 70 km) were investigated. This is the first study to examine the summer avifauna of this section of northern Chukotka. Eighty-two bird species were identified during the expedition, 25 of which were confirmed breeders, 19 species...
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The spatial differentiation of the bird population on the Putorana Plateau has been analyzed. One hundred and thirty-seven bird species nest in the region. Species diversity, bird population density, and abundance of most species decrease with altitude. The largest decrease in bird population density occurs during the transition from the subalpine...
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From May-July 2011, the avifauna of the Chukchi Sea coast between the villages of Nutepelmen and Vankarem (a distance of 70 km) were investigated. This is the first study to examine the summer avifauna of this section of northern Chukotka. Eighty-two bird species were identified during the expedition, 25 of which were confirmed breeders, 19 species...
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Предлагаемая вниманию читателя книга посвящена обобщению накопленного материала по Неворобьиным птицам (Non Passeriformes) Ярославского Поволжья. В ней сведён воедино весь оказавшийся доступным автору материал, накопленный за прошедшие 150 лет научно- го изучения авифауны региона. В каждом повидовом очерке приведена информация по стату- су, распрос...
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Summer fauna, communities and habitat distribution of birds of Taz-Chaselka nature area (Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District, Russia).-S.V. Golubev, P.V. Kopylov, A.V. Makarov.-Berkut. 19 (1-2). 2010.-The river Taz is one of the largest waterways of Western Siberia northeast, crossing 3 natural zones: taiga, forest-tundra and tundra. By its nature Taz...

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