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Biological flora of New Zealand
Abstract This paper includes information relevant to the ecology of Weinmannia racemosa, a distribution map based on its presence or absence in grid squares, a discussion of the taxonomicExpand
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New Zealand timberlines. 3. A synthesis
Abstract An experimental comparison of the native mountain beech (Nothofagus solandri var. cliffortioides) with exotic timberline species, and a study of the configuration of timberline in an alpineExpand
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The management of retrograde ejaculation: a systematic review and update.
OBJECTIVE To determine the best management of retrograde ejaculation to optimize the chance of conception. DESIGN Systematic review. SETTING Tertiary reproductive medicine center. PATIENT(S)Expand
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Evidence for rising upper limits of four native New Zealand forest trees
Abstract Since the 1860s New Zealand mean air temperatures have risen about 0.5°C, which might be expected to have led to a rise of about 100 m in altitudinal limits of plants. Four tree species wereExpand
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Distribution of subfossil forest remains, eastern South Island, New Zealand
Abstract The distnbutiOn of subfossil forest remains collected in the eastern part of the South Island of New Zealand 15 outlined. Surface logs, buried wood and charcoals, wind–throw dimples andExpand
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Engelmann Spruce (Picea Engelmannii Engel.) at Its Upper Limits on the Front Range, Colorado
Engelmann spruce is the dominant tree at timberline in the Front Range at approximately 3,350 m elevation; it occurs as krummholz in the forest—tundra ecotone up to about 3,500 m, and occasionalExpand
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Primary succession in Westland National Park and its vicinity, New Zealand
Abstract This paper concludes a series on the vegetation of Westland National Park with an outline of the development of vegetation on new surfaces. A particularly long succession, well dated overExpand
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An explanation for alpine timberline
Summary Alpine timberline represents the highest altitude at which shoots of woody plants can grow and ripen under the air temperatures which prevail at the height of tree canopies. At higherExpand
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Distribution of native forest in the upper Clutha district, Otago, New Zealand
Abstract The upper Clutha district extends from steep, glaciated mountains along the South Island Main Divide to broad plateaus and terraced valleys further downstream, and covers an annualExpand
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