Lebedeva, N.V., Ekotoksikologiya i biogeokhimiya geograficheskikh populyatsii ptits (The Ecotoxicology and Biogeochemistry of Geographic Bird Populations), Moscow: Nauka, 1999, 199 pp.

Lebedeva, N.V., Ekotoksikologiya i biogeokhimiya geograficheskikh populyatsii ptits (The... Russian Journal of Ecology, Vol. 32, No. 1, 2001, pp. 66–67. Translated from Ekologiya, No. 1, 2001, pp. 72–73. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2001 by Bezel’ REVIEWS Lebedeva, N.V., Ekotoksikologiya i biogeokhimiya geograficheskikh populyatsii ptits (The Ecotoxicology and Biogeochemistry of Geographic Bird Populations), Moscow: Nauka, 1999, 199 pp. As toxic environmental pollution continues to lation of chemical elements by animals in toxic increase, the number of scientific publications dedi- amounts. Moreover, a comprehensive review of such cated to it increases as well. The corresponding infor- data is of particular interest as it reflects our present- mation is very important; however, the work on deter- day knowledge of bird biogeochemistry. mining the actual state of natural systems and carrying The second chapter is dedicated to the accumulation out adequate measures to protect them must be based of toxic organic compounds (pesticides and dioxins) in on estimations of the viability of their key components birds. In many countries, birds have become especially upon exposure to toxic effects. The response of super- endangered because of the large-scale use of these organismic natural systems, primarily of populations, agents. As organic pollutants are lipophilic, they accu- is the subject of ecological toxicology, a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Russian Journal of Ecology Springer Journals

Lebedeva, N.V., Ekotoksikologiya i biogeokhimiya geograficheskikh populyatsii ptits (The Ecotoxicology and Biogeochemistry of Geographic Bird Populations), Moscow: Nauka, 1999, 199 pp.

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Russian Journal of Ecology, Vol. 32, No. 1, 2001, pp. 66–67. Translated from Ekologiya, No. 1, 2001, pp. 72–73. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2001 by Bezel’ REVIEWS Lebedeva, N.V., Ekotoksikologiya i biogeokhimiya geograficheskikh populyatsii ptits (The Ecotoxicology and Biogeochemistry of Geographic Bird Populations), Moscow: Nauka, 1999, 199 pp. As toxic environmental pollution continues to lation of chemical elements by animals in toxic increase, the number of scientific publications dedi- amounts. Moreover, a comprehensive review of such cated to it increases as well. The corresponding infor- data is of particular interest as it reflects our present- mation is very important; however, the work on deter- day knowledge of bird biogeochemistry. mining the actual state of natural systems and carrying The second chapter is dedicated to the accumulation out adequate measures to protect them must be based of toxic organic compounds (pesticides and dioxins) in on estimations of the viability of their key components birds. In many countries, birds have become especially upon exposure to toxic effects. The response of super- endangered because of the large-scale use of these organismic natural systems, primarily of populations, agents. As organic pollutants are lipophilic, they accu- is the subject of ecological toxicology, a

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