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Vegetation und Flora im Mittleren Saudi-Arabien (aţ-Ţā'if-ar-Riyāḑ) [Vegetation and Flora in Middle Saudi Arabia]

Flora / Fauna
By: Heinz Ullrich Baierle(Author), Abdullah M El-Sheikh(Author), Wolfgang Frey(Author)
142 pages, 14 plates with 28 b/w photos; 8 b/w illustrations, 5 b/w maps, 14 tables
Vegetation und Flora im Mittleren Saudi-Arabien (aţ-Ţā'if-ar-Riyāḑ) [Vegetation and Flora in Middle Saudi Arabia]
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  • Vegetation und Flora im Mittleren Saudi-Arabien (aţ-Ţā'if-ar-Riyāḑ) [Vegetation and Flora in Middle Saudi Arabia] ISBN: 9783882262667 Paperback Dec 1985 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Language: German with 3-page English summary

This study reports the vegetation conditions along the transect aţ-Ţā'if-ar-Riyāḑ (central Saudi-Arabia), which were analysed with the aid of various geobotanic techniques. Vegetation surveys were carried out according to the method of Braun-Blanquet; their evaluation yields a detailed picture of the vegetation units. The vegetation map, scale 1 : 500,000, is based on a classification of the vegetation according to physiognomic and ecological criteria.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Heinz Ullrich Baierle(Author), Abdullah M El-Sheikh(Author), Wolfgang Frey(Author)
142 pages, 14 plates with 28 b/w photos; 8 b/w illustrations, 5 b/w maps, 14 tables
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