For five phases (FI-FV) of the secondary succession of a deciduous forest the stability (as a constancy and resistance) has been determined of the breeding avifauna in respect of the density (N) and species diversity (H’). The assessment of total variability (= directional variability of succession + random variability) and random variability (independent of changes related to the trend of succession) indicates that with the progress of secondary succession the stability of birds generally increases, although not in every case is it at its lowest in the initial phase (FI), and not always at its highest in the climax phase (FV).
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Kajak, Anna Wasilewska, Lucyna Polska Akademia Nauk. Instytut Ekologii
Śleszyński, Przemysław Solon, Jerzy
Głowaciński, Zbigniew Weiner, January Polska Akademia Nauk. Instytut Ekologii
Zakharov, V. M. Pankakoski, E. Sheftel, B. I.
Wasilewska, Lucyna Polish Academy of Sciences. Institute of Ecology
Zakharov, V. M. Sikorski, M. D.
Baranov, A. S. Pucek, Z. Kiseleva, E. G. Zakharov, V. M.