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Vegetation Science (Sociological Geobotany)

  • R. Knapp
Part of the Progress in Botany / Fortschritte der Botanik book series (BOTANY, volume 38)

Abstract

Books issued in Anglo-American countries dealing with numerical and quantitative aspects of vegetation science (DAGNELIE; MAY, 2; ORLÓCI; PATTEN; PIELOU; POOLE; J.M. SMITH) paralleled conferences on such problems in Russia (DYRENKOV; POPOVA). Also the thoughtful foundations of forest vegetation by Bakuzis represent an attempt to integrate many numerical views. The volume edited by Chapman includes methods of vegetation studies. On the basis of the papers and discussions presented during two series of conferences, volumes on actual general problems of vegetation science (TÜXEN, 3) and on specific plant formations (coastal dunes, European heaths, temperate acidophilous deciduous forests, Géhu) are emerging. OVERBECK has summarized his work on bogs. Fundamental books on grassland vegetation of tropical regions (WHYTE), of India (DABAGHAO and SHANKARNARAYAN), and of Japan (NUMATA) have appeared. New bibliographies of the special, mainly European, literature cover scrubs and fen woodlands (TÜXEN and DELELIS-DUSOLLIER; TÜXEN and SASAKI), heather and Nardus vegetation (TÜXEN, 1), alpine plant communities (OHBA and TÜXEN), associations of small, oligo-traphent helophytes (TÜXEN and ZEVACO), and ruderal vegetation (TÜXEN and KAWAMURA; TÜXEN et al.).

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Coastal Dune Vegetation Mapping Antarctic Continent Vegetation Science Ruderal Vegetation 
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  1. 1.Botanisches Institut der UniversitätGießenGermany

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