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Methodes D’etude des Formations Herbacees Denses. Essais D’application a L’etude de la Dynamique de la Vegetation

  • M. Godron
  • J. Poissonet
  • P. Poissonet
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Part of the Berichte der Internationalen Symposien der Internationalen Vereinigung für Vegetationskunde book series (TUEN, volume 11)

Résumé

Les formations herbacées denses occupent une grande partie du territoire de certaines régions francaises. Or, ces formations présentent deux caractères qui compliquent singulièrement leur étude :
  • les individus de la plupart des espèces ne peuvent pas y être dénombrés exactement,

  • la biomasse présente une fluctuation saisonnière très grande, et elle est constituée d’un grand nombre d’espèces.

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  • P. Poissonet

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