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Record #176189:

A banded vegetation pattern in a High Arctic community on Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut, Canada / Daniel Liptzin.

Title: A banded vegetation pattern in a High Arctic community on Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut, Canada / Daniel Liptzin.
Author(s): Liptzin, Daniel.
Date: 2006.
In: Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. (2006.), Vol. 38(2) (2006)
Abstract: Reports banded vegetation pattern on hillside where patterned ground and unidirectional abiotic fluxes, such as downslope water flow or wind, are not present. Finds, from inventory of plants and soil sampling, that best predictor of plant abundance is total soil nitrogen, with higher plant density associating with lower nitrogen. Observes that, although vegetation pattern is obvious, underlying mechanism is not.
Notes:

Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. Vol. 38(2) :216-223 (2006).

Keywords: 546.16 -- Fluorine.
57 -- Biology.
574.4 -- Ecology, terrestrial.
574.45 -- Productivity, terrestrial.
58 -- Botany.
631.4 -- Soil science.
631.41 -- Soils, chemical properties.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*440.2) -- Nunavut.
(*464.41) -- Axel Heiberg Island.
SPRI record no.: 176189

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