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From Pattern to Process: Studies on Limestone Grassland, With Emphasis on the Bryophyte-Lichen Layer and Its Effects on Vascular Plants (Comprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertations) download ebook

by Manuela Zamfir

From Pattern to Process: Studies on Limestone Grassland, With Emphasis on the Bryophyte-Lichen Layer and Its Effects on Vascular Plants (Comprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertations) download ebook
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Manuela Zamfir
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Abstract: Patterns in space and time at different scales in the bryophyte-lichen layer, aud multi-species spatial patterns of bryophytes, lichens and vascular plants were studied in Avenetum limestone grassland on the Great Alvar of the Baltic Island of Öland, south-eastem.

Abstract: Patterns in space and time at different scales in the bryophyte-lichen layer, aud multi-species spatial patterns of bryophytes, lichens and vascular plants were studied in Avenetum limestone grassland on the Great Alvar of the Baltic Island of Öland, south-eastem Sweden. Spatiotemporal patterns of bryophytes and Iichens in grazed and ungrazed alvar grassland demonstrated that dominant species forming large patches. were relatively stable in time, whereas less frequent species forming small patches were more mobile.

From pattern to process : Studies on limestone grassland, with emphasis on the bryophyte-lichen layer and its effects on vascular plants. University dissertation from Uppsala : Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Abstract : Patterns in space and time at different scales in the bryophyte-lichen layer, aud multi-species spatial patterns of bryophytes, lichens and vascular plants were studied in Avenetum limestone grassland on the Great Alvar of the Baltic Island of Öland, south-eastem Sweden.

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