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Vegetation ecology / [ed. by] Eddy van der Maarel & Janet Franklin

Vegetation Ecology, 2nd Editionis a comprehensive, integrated account of plant communities and their environments. Written by leading experts in their field from four continents, the second edition of this book:covers the composition, structure, ecology, dynamics, diversity, biotic interactions and... Full description

PPN (Catalogue-ID): 73721953X
Personen: Maarel, Eddy van der
Franklin, Janet
Format: eBook eBook
Language: English
Published: Hoboken, NJ [u.a.], Wiley-Blackwell, 2012
Edition: 2. ed.
Basisklassifikation: 42.44 Pflanzengeographie Pflanzenökologie Pflanzensoziologie
Subjects:

Pflanzenökologie

Pflanzenökologie

Formangabe: Aufsatzsammlung, Electronic books
Notes: Description based upon print version of record
Physical Description: Online-Ressource (PDF, 12183 KB, XVI, 556 S.), Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
Link: Inhaltsverzeichnis
ISBN: 1-4443-3889-7

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505 0 |a Title page; Copyright page; Contents; Contributors; Preface; 1: Vegetation Ecology: Historical Notes and Outline; 1.1 Vegetation ecology at the community level; 1.1.1 Vegetation and plant community; 1.1.2 Plant communities: integrated, discrete units or a convenient tool; 1.1.3 Vegetation survey and sampling; 1.1.4 Plant communities and plant community types; 1.1.5 Vegetation and environment: discontinuities and continuities; 1.1.6 Vegetation dynamics; 1.1.7 Pattern and process in the plant community; 1.2 Internal organization of plant communities; 1.2.1 Clonality in the plant community. 
505 0 |a 1.2.2 Seed ecology and assembly rules in plant communities1.2.3 Species interactions structuring plant communities; 1.2.4 Terrestrial plant-herbivore interactions; 1.2.5 Interaction between higher plants and soil-dwelling organisms; 1.3 Structure and function in plant communities and ecosystems; 1.3.1 Vegetation and ecosystem; 1.3.2 Diversity and ecosystem function; 1.3.3 Plant functional types and traits at the community, ecosystem and world level; 1.4 Human impact on plant communities; 1.4.1 Plant invasions and invasibility of plant communities. 
505 0 |a 1.4.2 Vegetation conservation, management and restoration1.5 Vegetation ecology at regional to global scales; 1.5.1 Vegetation observed at different spatial and temporal scales and levels of integration; 1.5.2 Vegetation types and their broad-scale distribution; 1.5.3 Mapping vegetation from landscape to regional scales; 1.5.4 Vegetation ecology and global change; 1.6 Epilogue; References; 2: Classification of Natural and Semi-natural Vegetation; 2.1 Introduction; 2.1.1 Why classify?; 2.1.2 The challenge; 2.2 Classification frameworks: history and function. 
505 0 |a 2.2.1 The Braun-Blanquet approach and contemporary European phytosociology2.2.2 The United States National Vegetation Classification; 2.2.3 Attributes of successful classification systems; 2.3 Components of vegetation classification; 2.4 Project planning and data acquisition; 2.4.1 Plot distribution and location; 2.4.2 Plot size and shape; 2.4.3 Plot records; 2.5 Data preparation and integration; 2.5.1 Taxonomic integration; 2.5.2 Plot data integration across data sets; 2.5.3 Sampling intensity; 2.6 Community entitation; 2.6.1 Classification by table sorting; 2.6.2 Numerical classification. 
505 0 |a 2.7 Cluster assessment2.7.1 Table-based methods; 2.7.2 Dissimilarity-based methods; 2.7.3 Indicator species methods; 2.8 Community characterization; 2.8.1 Synoptic tables; 2.8.2 Diagnostic and indicator species; 2.8.3 Probabilistic indices of species fidelity; 2.8.4 Composite indices; 2.9 Community determination; 2.9.1 Expert-based approaches; 2.9.2 Dichotomous keys; 2.9.3 Numeric approaches; 2.10 Classification integration; 2.10.1 Classification resolution; 2.10.2 Classification alignment, precedence and continuity; 2.10.3 Cross-referencing classifications; 2.10.4 Nomenclature. 
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