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Sand Dune Ecology


By: Lambert Surhone(Editor), Mariam T Tennoe(Editor), Susan F Henssonow(Editor)

76 pages, b/w photos, tables

Betascript Publishing

Paperback | Jun 2011 | #211217 | ISBN-13: 9786136155807
Availability: In stock
Clearance price: £11.88 £47.50 (Save £35.62) $15/€13 approx

About this book

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Sand dune ecology describes the biological and physico-chemical interactions that are a characteristic of sand dunes. Sand dunes provide a range of habitats for a range of unusual, interesting and characteristic plants that can cope with disturbed habitats. In the UK these may include restharrow Ononis repens, sand spurge Euphorbia arenaria and ragwort Senerio vulgaris – such plants are termed ruderals.

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