Succession: Symposium on advances in vegetation sciences, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, May 1979 by E. Van Der MaarelSuccession: Symposium on advances in vegetation sciences, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, May 1979 by E. Van Der Maarel

Succession: Symposium on advances in vegetation sciences, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, May 1979

EditorE. Van Der Maarel

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Symposium on Advances in Vegetation Science, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, May 1979
Title:Succession: Symposium on advances in vegetation sciences, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, May 1979Format:PaperbackPublished:October 8, 2011Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9400992025

ISBN - 13:9789400992023

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An arrangement of changes along gradients, with examples from successions in boreal peatland.- The use of vital attributes to predict successional changes in plant communities subject to recurrent disturbances.- Vegetation dynamics and sex structure of the populations of pioneer dioecious woody plants.- Succession patterns on mountain pastures.- Patterns of plant species diversity in fynbos vegetation, South Africa.- Diversity and stability in garrigue ecosystems after fire.- Development of species diversity in some mediterranean plant communities.- Changes in mediterranean shrub communities with Cytisus purgans and Genista scorpius.- Phenological spread in plants: A result of adaptations to environmental stochasticity?.- An exploratory analysis of grassland dynamics: An example of a lawn succession.- Vegetation development in a former orchard under different treatments: A preliminary report.- Succession in a South Swedish deciduous wood: A numerical approach.- A numerical study of successions in an abandoned, damp calcareous meadow in S Sweden.- Succession: A population process.- The individualistic nature of plant community development.- Vegetation dynamics or ecosystem dynamics: Dynamic sufficiency in succession theory.