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Dwarf Shrub Heaths of Europe: From Atlantic to Caucasus and Ural / Die Zwergstrauch: Heiden Europas vom Atlantik bis zum Kaukasus und Ural

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By: I Gorissen
182 pages, 373 colour photos
Dwarf Shrub Heaths of Europe: From Atlantic to Caucasus and Ural / Die Zwergstrauch: Heiden Europas vom Atlantik bis zum Kaukasus und Ural
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  • Dwarf Shrub Heaths of Europe: From Atlantic to Caucasus and Ural / Die Zwergstrauch: Heiden Europas vom Atlantik bis zum Kaukasus und Ural ISBN: 9783000136856 Paperback Dec 2004 Out of Print #152183
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Language: Bilingual in English and German

This book discusses European dwarf shrub heaths on oligotrophic–acid soils in all their floristic diversity. It addresses questions of how to characterise the European habitats in a global context, addresses the diversity and variations of European dwarf shrub heaths, and identifies heath-regions and centres of heath-biodiverstiy. Above all it is a catalogue of the 68 heath-regions that were identified, beautifully and richly illustrated with colour photographs of plants and landscapes.

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Out of Print
By: I Gorissen
182 pages, 373 colour photos
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