Communities of the class Artemisietea jacuticae Gogoleva et al. 1987 in alas meadows of Central Yakutia
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In this paper, we characterize communities of the class Artemisietea jacuticae Gogoleva et al. 1987 in alas meadows of the Lena-Amga interfluve in Central Yakutia. Comparison of vegetation syntaxa identified during the study with previously published data shows that some communities identified in the alases have previously been found only in human settlements.
Keywordscommunities association alas degradation habitat trampling
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