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Plant Succession Theory and Prediction

Edited By: DC Glenn-Lewin, RK Peet and TT Veblen
368 pages, B/w photos, illus
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
Plant Succession
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`Succession' is the term used to describe the phenomenon of changes in vegetational types in both time and space. The subject of the colonization and exploitation of `new' areas by plants is a key one in ecology and this book summarizes the theoretical arguments currently raging about the topic.

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The nature of vegetation dynamics, D.C. Glenn-Lewin and E. van der Maarel; establishment, colonization and persistence, A.G. van der Valk; community structure and ecosystem function, R.K. Peet; regeneration dynamics, T.T. Veblen; from population dynamics to community dynamics - modelling succession as a species replacement process, R. van Hulst; statistical models of succession, M.B. Usher; individual-based models of forest succession, D.L Urban and H.H. Shugart; climate change and long-term vegetation dynamics, I.C. Prentice.

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Edited By: DC Glenn-Lewin, RK Peet and TT Veblen
368 pages, B/w photos, illus
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
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