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Record #153230:

Aspects of the ecology of mat-forming lichens / P.D. Crittenden.

Title: Aspects of the ecology of mat-forming lichens / P.D. Crittenden.
Author(s): Crittenden, P. D.
Date: 1999.
In: Rangifer. (1999.), Vol. 20(2-3) (1999)
Abstract: Lichens in genera Cladonia, Cetraria, Stereocaulon and Alectoria are important on well-drained terrain and elevated parts of peat land, often forming closed mats, only loosely attached to soil, and able to survive some trampling. They form over 60% of winter feed of caribou/ reindeer. Data from UK and northern Russia are presented to illustrate geographic relationships between lichen chemistry and atmospheric deposition of nitrogen and acids.
Notes:

Rangifer. Vol. 20(2-3) :127-139 (1999).

Keywords: 546.17 -- Nitrogen.
551.510.41 -- Atmosphere, chemical properties.
574.4 -- Ecology, terrestrial.
577.1 -- Biochemistry.
582.29 -- Lichens.
599.735.3 -- Cervidae: Rangifer tarandus.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*561) -- Finnish Lapland.
SPRI record no.: 153230

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