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Rondane Mountain vegetation in South Norway and its relation to the environment.
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|Series||Norske videnskaps-akademi i Oslo. Mathematisk-naturvidenskapelig klasse. Skrifter -- 1956, no. 3., Skrifter (Norske videnskaps-akademi. I--Mat.-naturv. klasse) -- 1956, no. 3.|
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D ahl, E.: in vegetation in South Norway and its relation to the environment. Skr. Norske Vid.-Akak. Oslo. Mat.-Nat. 3, Google ScholarCited by: With two European cycling adventures already under his belt, Andrew was ready for a new challenge.
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Dahl E () Rondane: mountain vegetation in south Norway and its relation to the environment. Nygaard, Oslo Google Scholar Den Herder M, Niemelä P () Effects of reindeer on the re-establishment of Betula pubescens subsp.
czerepanovii and Salix phylicifolia in a subarctic by: 3. Nordic Journal of Botany NJB Odland, A. Habitat preferences of some red- Rondane. Mountain vegetation in south Norway and its relationship to the environment.
– Skr. Norske Vidensk.-Akad. Oslo Mat.-Naturvid. Klasse 3: 1– Engelskjøn, T. et al. Nytt om Sagina caespitosa (J. Vahl) Lge. Most lichen species rarely occur in homogeneous stands of vascular plant vegetation, either occurring around the edges of recognized National Vegetation Classification (NVC) communities or in small-scale mosaics with them.
However, some lichen species have a high fidelity to the more open NVC by: 8. Rondane National Park is a mountain area between the Gudbrandsdalen and Atndalen valleys.
The area stretches from Ringebu in the south to Dovre in the north. Rondane National Park is a mountain area between the Gudbrandsdalen and Atndalen valleys. The area stretches from Ringebu in the south to Dovre in the on: Ringebu,Venabygd. The Population Structure of Vegetation. Authors; Authors and affiliations; R.
Whittaker; Chapter. Rondane: Mountain vegetation in South Norway and its relation to the environment. — Skr. Norske Vidensk-Akad., Mat.-Naturv. The relation between the number of species and the number of individuals in a random sample of an animal Cited by: Coastal heath vegetation in central Norway.
This description of heath vegetation on the outermost coast of Trøndelag was based on sample plots and taxa. TWINSPAN, DCA and Ellenberg's indicator values were used to distinguish the vegetation types and to assess gradients in the vegetation.
Dahl, E. () Rondane Mountain vegetation in south Norway and its relation to the environment. Skrifter utgitt av Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi i Oslo. Matem.-Naturvidenskapelig Klasse Vol. 3: 1 – Cited by: Tundra plants with perennating buds close to the ground are sheltered by insulating snow cover.
Many tundra plants can grow at temperatures 5–10°C below 0°C and also have low optimum by: 1. So, intensive grazing in central Norway led to landscape degradation by destruction of the vegetation and superinduced by soil erosion.
Those features were comparable to the situation in northern Norway, where a broad-scale destruction of the environment combined with a depression Author: Jörg Löffler. Question: Does the understorey vegetation of Norwegian boreal forests change in relation to broad-scale, long-term changes.
Location: Norway. Methods: Permanently marked 1-m2 vegetation. Coniferous forest phytogeocoenoses of Hokkaido Island, Japan, were studied to classify them based on vegetation characteristics, to analyse their soils, to correlate the vegetation and soil characteristics, and to provide some ecological interpretation for the phytogeocoenosis differentiation and by: In Dørålen, the north-eastern part of Rondane mountains, South Norway, strongly podzolised soils can be found from treeline up to the high-alpine belt, although organic matter production is low and the climatic conditions are rather unfavourable for associated chemical processes.
At treeline, some soils have eluvial horizons more than 1 2-m Cited by: Occurence and habitat chocie of waders in a high mountain sedimentation flat on Hardangervidda, South Norway. Studies of the occurrence and nesting habitat choice of waders were conducted at Finsefetene ( m a.s.l.), a high mountain sedimentation flat on the Hardangervidda plateau, South Norway during Austin, M.P.
Vegetation and environment: discontinuities and continuities. Dahl, E. Rondane: Mountain vegetation in South Norway and its relation to the environment.
The lichen flora on Picea abies in a suboceanic spruce forest area in Central Norway with emphasis on the relationship to site and stand parameters. Cited by: Rondane National Park is Norway's oldest national park and covers the Rondane mountain range in Oppland and Hedmark counties in Norway.
The area include some of the highest mountains in Norway. The area is an important habitat for wild reindeer. Rondane lies just to the east of Gudbrandsdal and adjacent to Dovrefjell another key mountain area. This mountain area inspired painters and poets.
Plant Communities and Snow Cover in the Subalpine Grassland, Steens Mountain, Oregon John W. Mairs* ONE OF THE factors influencing the vegetation mosaic in mid-latitude, high mountain environments is the deposition and persistence of seasonal snow cover.
A gradient analytic perspective on distribution modelling. Rune Halvorsen. Dahl, E. Rondane: Mountain vegetation in South Norway and its relation to the environment.
– Skr. norske Vidensk.-Akad. Low-alpine vegetation in Gutulia National Park, Engerdal, Hedmark, Norway, and its relation to the environment Cited by: Book Condition: Very Good. Add | £ Description; Rondane - Mountain Vegetation in South Norway and its Relation to the Environment [David Coombe's copy] By: Dahl, Eilif.
An Evolutionary Account of the Social and Conceptual Development of Science (Science and Its Conceptual Foundations Series) By: Hull, David L. Price: £ Vertebrate Herbivory and Its Ecosystem Consequences. Herbivory is a process where animals obtain energy and nutrients from vegetative plant parts (leaves, stems, etc.).
Herbivory is called grazing, browsing or folivory, depending on the size of the herbivore and the type of plant tissue consumed. M.N. González-Alcaraz, B. Aránega, M.C. Tercero, H.M. Conesa and J. Álvarez-Rogel, Irrigation with seawater as a strategy for the environmental management of abandoned solar saltworks: A case-study in SE Spain based on soil–vegetation relationships, Ecological Engineering, 71, (), ().
Rydgren K. Low-alpine vegetation in Gutulia National Park Engerdal Hedmark Norway and its relation to the environment. - Sommerfeltia Saetre P. Decomposition microbial community structure and earthworm effects along a birch-spruce soil gradient.
- Cited by: 1. Areas › Rondane › Detailed Information. Rondane is a mountain massif in Central Norway, lying between the two major valley of Gudbrandsdalen and Østerdalen.
In A large area of this area, nearly km², was designated a national park, Norway's first. This paper discusses vegetation types and diversity patterns in relation to environment and land-use at summer farms, a characteristic cultural landscape in the Norwegian mountains.
Floristic data ( taxa) were collected in 4-m2 sample plots within 12 summer farms in Røldal, western Norway. The study was designed to sample as fully as possible the range of floristic, environmental.
The status of syntaxonomy in Norway E. FREMSTAD the Norwegian vegetation type system is more related to the British National Vegetation Classification (Rodwell, ) than to the Central European DAHL E., - Rondane. Mountain vegetation in South Norway and its relation to the environment.
Norske Vidensk. Akad. Oslo. : E. Fremstad. E. Dahl Rondane. Mountain vegetation in south Norway and its relation to the environment. Skrifter utgitt av Det Norske videnskaps-akademi i Oslo. Matematisk-naturvidenskapelig klasse (Oslo) – Google ScholarCited by: Eilif Dahl has written: 'Rondane Mountain vegetation in South Norway and its relation to the environment' -- subject(s): Botany, Plant ecology Asked in Volcanoes Is AAA a form of volcanic rock.
Relationship of P and cations to forest and bog formation in interior Alaska. Rondane mountain vegetation in South Norway and its relation to the environment. Oslo, I Kommisjon Hos H. Aschehoug and Co. Sampling techniques.
2d edition. PROPOSAL FOR A NEW CLASSIFICATION OF NORWEGIAN BIRD COMMUNITIES KJET1L BEVANGER Zoological Institute, University o/ Trondheim, N Trondheirn, Norway ABSTRACT Cartographic methods Jor the presentation of zoological data have been much neglected, mainly because there is a lack of class!fication systems relating to d([Jet'ent animal by: 2.
Aufl, Ulmer 25 Ellenberg, H. ( Vegetatio 26 Whittaker, R.H. I ) Ecol Monogr. 26, 27 Dahl, E. ) Rondane: Mountain Vegetation in South Norway and its Relation to the Environment, Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi i Oslo 28 Giaerevoll, by: Dahl E. Rondane mountain vegetation in south Norway and its relation to the environment.
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'Rondane Mountain vegetation in South Norway and its relation to the environment. Thresholds and other nonlinear effects in the relationship between climate and ecological conditions could account for the apparent discrepancy between the seemingly modest contrasts between the winter climates of the Alps and the Scandes and the pronounced differences in heath communities.
Rondane. Mountain vegetation in South Norway and Cited by: In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content. Plant Communities and Snow Cover in the Subalpine Grassland, Steens Mountain, Oregon John W.
Mairs* ONE OF THE factors influencing the vegetation mosaic in mid-latitude, high mountain environments is the deposition and persistence of seasonal snow : John W. Mairs. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
GRADIENT ANALYSIS OF VEGETATION* GRADIENT ANALYSIS OF VEGETATION* WHITTAKER, R. WHITTAKER Department of Population and Environmental Biology, University of California, Irvine (Receiwed I May ) CONTENTS I. Introduction (I) The concept of gradient analysis (2) Brief history (3) Preliminary definitions This page offers an insight into a beautiful area in Norway.
Jotunheimen - the home of the giants - is in my opinion one of the most impressive mountain regions in Europe, especially due to the pristine nature of the environment and the quietness and remoteness of the majority of the peaks.
Vegetation data sampling. Research was conducted at 47 sites located in the High and Western Tatra Mts. (Fig. 1, Fig. 2).Snow-beds dominated by liverworts or mosses, with low proportions of vascular plants, were selected for that purpose (Fig. 2B–D).The plots were dominated by one (or two) of the following species: liverworts (Fuscocephaloziopsis albescens, Gymnomitrion apiculatum, G Author: Piotr Górski, Bogdan Gądek, Maciej Gąbka.
SOC.(in press) Physical Optics. 3rd ed. Macmillan, New York, pp. SNOW COVER AND VEGETATION IN THE SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS By D. N. MCVEAN The Nature Conservancy, Edinburgh INCE Vestergren () first drew attention to the role of unequal snow cover in determining the pattern of mountain vegetation practically no work along these lines.We analyzed lichen species composition and biomass in plots on sites across wild reindeer regions in Norway, ranging from ranges with a long history of very low grazing pressure to heavily grazed sites.
Reindeer density (–) and lichen biomass were well correlated for sites with comparable snow cover, altitude and terrain (R2 =P =n = 12). Absence of grazing for Cited by: On its completion, the Hubbard Brook study will have yielded estimates, therefore establishes the relationship of the smaller ecosystem to the larger bios-pheric cycles.
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