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Ecosystem Research (Ecological Geobotany)

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

Abstract

In spite of the inflation of textbooks in ecology the second edition of La synthèse écologique (DUVIGNEAUD 1980) remained a classic not only for French speaking scientists and teachers. Especially the chapters concerning the structure and functioning of ecosystems are well documented. ANDERSON (1981) emphasizes the holistic approach to ecology, while MYERS and SHELTON (1980) give a brief elementary text in applied ecology, emphasizing description of terrestrial vegetation habitats. J0RGENSEN and JOHNSEN (1981) deal with general principles of environ-mental science and technology.

Keywords

Leaf Litter Litter Decomposition Leaf Area Index Standing Crop Crassulacean Acid Metabolism 
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