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Mechanisms of Primary Succession: Insights Resulting from the Eruption of Mount St Helens
The allelopathic effects of Eucalyptus camaldulensis.
In California the annual vegetation adjacent to natural-ized stands of Eucalyptus camaldulensis often is inhibited severely, and water-soluble toxins found in the litter inhibited herb growth in laboratory, green- house, and field experiments.
Early primary succession on the volcano Mount St. Helens
Experiments and fine-scale observations suggest that successional sequences on Mount St. Helens are not mechanistically necessary, rather, they result from local cir- cumstances, landscape effects and chance.
Experimental determination of the energy generated in nuclear cascades by a high energy beam
Fog drip: a mechanism of toxin transport from Eucalyptus globulus.
The importance of fog drip as an agent of metabolite transfer from leaves and deposition in the environment lies in the capacity of these compounds to influence the structure and diversity of a plant community.
Diversity Patterns in Forest Vegetation of the Wenatchee Mountains, Washington
- R. Moral
- Environmental Science
- 1 March 1972
Primary Succession and Ecosystem Rehabilitation
Preface 1. Introduction 2. Denudation: the creation of a barren substrate 3. Successional theory 4. Soil development 5. Life histories of early colonists 6. Species interations 7. Successional…
Is separating resource competition from allelopathy realistic?
The ecological interaction between allelopathy and resource competition in natural systems is discussed and it is suggested that separating allelopathic from resource competition is essentially impossible in natural Systems.
Succession following the catastrophic eruption of Ksudach volcano (Kamchatka, 1907)
- S. Grishin, R. Moral, P. Krestov, V. P. Verkholat
- Geology, Environmental ScienceVegetatio
- 1 December 1996
Ksudach Volcano, southern Kamchatka Peninsula, erupted in 1907 and impacted over 2000 km2 of forests with air-fall pumice deposits. We identified three impact zones. In Zone I, deposits deeper than…
Effect of community assembly and primary succession on the species‐area relationship in disturbed ecosystems
Carey, S., Harte, J. and del Moral, R. 2006. Effect of community assembly and primarysuccession on the species-area relationship in disturbed ecosystems. Ecography 29:866 872.The species-area…