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Summary Eesti Loodus 2017/6-7

Estonia now has the mushroom of the year Kadri Põldmaa, Külli Kalamees-Pani and Teele Jairus describe chantarelle, one of the best-known mushroom species of Estonia, and its close relatives. The hawthorn attracts botanists as well as everyone interested in nature Toomas Kukk takes a glance at the systematics and species ……»

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Summary Eesti Loodus 2017/05

Estonian Nature enquires Veljo Runnel speaks about Bioblitz – an intense period of biological surveying in an attempt to record all the living species within a designated area. For this year’s event in Tartu see: www.loodusfestival.ee. Eerik Leibak explains why the common chiffchaff can now also been called as ‘silksolk’ in Estonian ……»

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Summary Eesti Loodus 2017/4

Estonian Nature enquires Inga Talts explains why the planned marine wind parks are not suitable for the coastal sea of Hiiumaa. Martin Kruus gives his answers about the fears related to the marine wind park of Hiiumaa. The crisis of pollinators: a myth or reality? Reet Karis and Marika Mänd ……»

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Summary Eesti Loodus 2017/3

Estonian Nature enquires Reet Mägi writes about events related to celebrating the 215th birthday of the Museum of Natural History of the Tartu University. Heldur Sander explains why scientists are gathering the samples of eatage of the lime Tilia × europaea in Tallinn. Karl “Headhunter“ Ernst von Baer 225 Ken Kalling and ……»

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Summary Eesti Loodus 2017/2

Estonian Nature enquires Igor Tuuling doubts the uniqueness of Estonian boulders on the world scale. Veljo Volke discusses the possibilities of improving the state of our forest birds. The mammal of the year: Roe deer of Estonia Peep Männil and Inga Jõgisalu introduce the habits of roe deer. The authors ……»

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Summary Eesti Loodus 2017/1

Estonian Nature enquires Tarmo Tüür explains why the environmental organizations are unhappy with the planned changes to forest legislation. Raul Rosenvald discusses the yearly increment of timber in Estonia and the extent of deforestation that would still be sustainable. Bird of the year 2017: Eurasian collared dove has been part ……»

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