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Vegetation Science (Sociological Geobotany)

  • Rüdiger Knapp
Part of the Progress in Botany / Fortschritte der Botanik book series (BOTANY, volume 45)

Abstract

Two fundamental groups of tasks continue to be actualized in sociological geobotany, beside their ample fields centered around the analysis of plant communities and of vegetation, the mapping of their distribution, and their causal interpretation in the environmental context. There is at first the theoretical foundation of the nature of vegetation structure and the recognition of the multifarious interactions and social relations within the plant communities, reviewed in Section 2a. The other group emanates from the amplified requirements in applied vegetation science. Beyond the surveys on the plant communities appropriate and desirable in certain conditions, the promotion of their adequate development or of their conservation in optimal state proved to be often problematic, demanding intensive research work. Essential such conclusions can be partly derived from detailed reconsiderations on present and former anthropogenic impacts or on alterations caused by environmental changes (e.g., BALL et al. 1981, BURGESS and SHARPE 1981; GEHU and GEHU-FRANCK 1981, DIERSCHKE 1982a, ELLEN- BERG 1982, KNAPP 1982b, ODZUCK 19 82, HOLZNER 1983, SEIBERT 1983, SUKOPP and WERNER 1983, WERGER 1983).

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Tropical Rain Forest Boreal Zone Vegetation Unit Urban Vegetation Mangrove Vegetation 
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