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Phytosociology of the Beech (Fagus) Forests in East Asia

By: T Hukusima(Author), T Matsui(Author), Takeshi Nishio(Author), Sandro Pignatti(Author), L Yang(Author), S-Y Lu(Author), M-H Kim(Author), M Yoshikawa(Author), H Honma(Author), Y Wang(Author)
100 pages, 5 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Phytosociology of the Beech (Fagus) Forests in East Asia
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Phytosociology of the Beech (Fagus) Forests in East Asia describes the mountain forests of East Asia (Korea, Japan, China and Taiwan), the tree layers of which contain different species of the genus Fagus. The vegetation is primarily deciduous in the northern regions, whereas in South China evergreen trees can also be found: a total of 21 plant communities are described, with data on species composition, dominance, geographical distribution and ecology. Phytosociology of the Beech (Fagus) Forests in East Asia, which is the fruit of a major international collaboration, presents a synthesis of extended original investigations by the authors and hardly accessible specialist literature.

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- Introduction
- Syntaxonomy of the East Asiatic Fagus Forests
- Synthetic Remarks

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By: T Hukusima(Author), T Matsui(Author), Takeshi Nishio(Author), Sandro Pignatti(Author), L Yang(Author), S-Y Lu(Author), M-H Kim(Author), M Yoshikawa(Author), H Honma(Author), Y Wang(Author)
100 pages, 5 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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