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Recent publications

  • Sykut M, Pawełczyk S, Piotrowska N... 2023. Variability in feeding habitats of red deer sensu lato in Eurasia in the Late Pleistocene and Holocene. Journal of Archaeological Science : 105726. DOI:
  • de Jong JF, Iacolina L, Prins HHT... 2023. Spatial genetic structure of European wild boar, with inferences on late-Pleistocene and Holocene demographic history. Heredity DOI:
  • Bluhm H,  Diserens TA,  Engleder T... 2023. Widespread habitat for Europe's largest herbivores, but poor connectivity limits recolonization. Diversity and Distributions DOI:
  • Jaroszewicz B, Coissac E, Taberlet P... 2023. Is endozoochoric seed dispersal by large herbivores an evolutionary adaptation? Revisiting the Janzen's ‘Foliage is the fruit’ hypothesis. : 1-10. DOI:
  • Samojlik T, Daszkiewicz P, Ričkienė A. 2022. Primeval beast, primeval forest: perception of European bison and Białowieża Primeval Forest in the 18th-early 20th century. Mammal Research Institute PAS, Białowieża PDF
  • Niedziałkowski K. 2022. Between Europeanisation and politicisation: wolf policy and politics in Germany. Environmental Politics DOI: 10.1080/09644016.2022.2127646
  • Corsini M, Jagiello Z, Walesiak M... 2022. Breeding in the pandemic: short-term lockdown restrictions in a European capital city did not alter the life-history traits of two urban adapters. Urban Ecosystems : 1-11. DOI:  10.1007/s11252-022-01309-5
  • Putkowska-Smoter R, Smoter M, Niedziałkowski K. 2022. Gatekeepers of local environmental progress? Self-referencing practices of urban bureaucracy. Urban Research & Practice DOI:  10.1080/17535069.2022.2115313
  • Niedziałkowski K, Sidorovich A, Kireyeu V. 2022. Stimuli and barriers to innovation in wildlife policy – long-term institutional analysis of wolf management in Belarus. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research : 460-480. DOI:  10.1080/13511610.2021.1995336
  • Svensson J, Bubnicki JW, Angelstam P... 2022. Spared, shared and lost—routes for maintaining the Scandinavian Mountain foothill intact forest landscapes. Regional Environmental Change DOI: 10.1007/s10113-022-01881-8

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