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Mountain Ecosystems Studies in Treeline Ecology

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Edited By: Gabriele Broll and Beate Keplin
354 pages, 96 illus
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Mountain Ecosystems
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This volume focuses on interaction between vegetation, relief, climate, soil and fauna in the treeline ecotone, and the effects of climate change and land use in North America and Europe.

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From the contents: General Aspects of Vegetation and Soils in Cold Environments.- Regional Treeline Studies in America.- Regional Treeline Studies in America.- Regional Treeline Studies in Asia.

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Edited By: Gabriele Broll and Beate Keplin
354 pages, 96 illus
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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From the reviews: "This book gives an excellent overview of the current state of the art regarding interactions between climate, vegetation, soil and fauna within high mountain ecosystems. ... it is the compilation of information and insights that make this textbook a significant contribution to literature on high mountain ecosystems." (Gerhard Wieser, Mountain Research and Development, Vol. 26 (4), 2006)
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