Heritage of the Russian Arctic: Research, Conservation, and International Co-operation : Proceedings of the International Scientific Willem Barents Memorial Arctic Conservation Symposium, Held in Moscow, Russia, 10-14 March 1998
Barwold S. Ebbinge, P. S. Tomkovich
Ecopros, 2000 - Arctic regions - 640 pages
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Willem Barents Park as part of the network of strictly protected areas in the Russian Arctic
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activity animals Arctic Fox Autonomous Okrug avifauna Barents Sea biological bird species breeding Brent Geese Brent Goose Calidris coast coastal colony conservation CPAN cultural Curlew density distribution Domashniy Dunlins eastern ecological ecosystems eggs Eider environmental fauna flora flyway Golden Plover Grey Plover habitats heritage hunting indigenous Ivory Gull Kara Sea land landscapes lemming Lena Delta mammals marine ment migration migratory moss mountain Nature Reserve Nauka Nenets nests northern Novaya Zemlya Pacific Golden Plover Palearctic plant Polar Bear population protected areas Putorana Pyasina range region ringed River Russian Academy Russian Arctic Sandpiper seabird season Siberian Sibiryakov Island Snowy Owls soil southern SSSR study area Subarctic Syroechkovski Taimyr Peninsula territory tion total number tundra vegetation waders waterfowl Western Palearctic wetlands White-fronted Goose wild Reindeer Willem Barents wintering Wrangel Island Yakutia Yamal zakaznik zone