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Timberline patterns in northernmost Fennoscandia: relative importance of climate and grazing / Lauri Oksanen, Jon Moen, Timo Helle.

Title: Timberline patterns in northernmost Fennoscandia: relative importance of climate and grazing / Lauri Oksanen, Jon Moen, Timo Helle.
Author(s): Oksanen, Lauri.
Moen, Jon.
Helle, Timo.
Date: 1995.
In: Acta Botanica Fennica. (1995.), Vol. 153 (1995)
Abstract: In areas with low intensities of summer grazing by reindeer and sheep, timberline is formed by extensive birch brushwoods. Birches are table-formed, with most foliage 1-2 m above ground. In grazed areas, this growth form is practically absent. Uppermost birch stands are savannah-like, with relatively large trees, whose foliage is almost exclusively 2+ m above ground.
Notes:

Acta Botanica Fennica. Vol. 153 :93-105 (1995).

Keywords: 58 -- Botany.
582.632.1 -- Betulales.
634.0.181.65 -- Trees, environmental influence on.
G -- Botany.
(*55) -- European Arctic.
SPRI record no.: 133906

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