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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
Sand Dune Ecology
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  • Sand Dune Ecology ISBN: 9786136155807 Paperback Jun 2011 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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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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By: Lambert Surhone(Editor), Mariam T Tennoe(Editor), Susan F Henssonow(Editor)
76 pages, b/w photos, tables
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