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Record #137366:

Natural vegetation complexes of the northern Dvina river floodplain / N. Vekhov.

Title: Natural vegetation complexes of the northern Dvina river floodplain / N. Vekhov.
Author(s): Vekhov, N.
Date: 1995.
In: Polar Geography. (1995.), Vol. 19(2) (1995)
Abstract: Examines patterns of natural vegetation present on floodplain of river Severnaya Dvina and describes how these reflect differences in soil composition and texture, terrain and frequency of flooding. Comparisons are made between extant natural vegetation communities and derivative vegetation associations produced by agriculture. Aim of study is to identify most vulnerable components of natural complexes which are under stress of human impact, and assess their prospects for regeneration.
Notes:

Polar Geography. Vol. 19(2) :127-137 (1995).

Keywords: 574 -- Ecology.
574.42 -- Ecosystem formation and succession.
502 -- Environmental issues.
504.05 -- Environmental damage.
631 -- Agriculture.
631.4 -- Soil science.
58 -- Botany.
581.526.33 -- Wetland plant formations.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*531.7) -- Arkhangel'skaya Oblast'.
SPRI record no.: 137366

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