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The Braun-Blanquet Approach
We shall, in this last chapter, treat the floristic-sociological or Braun-Blanquet approach to classification and interpretation of communities.
The vegetation of the dunes near Oostvoorne (The Netherlands) with a vegetation map
On the concept of vegetation class in phytosociology
. The vegetation class is generally accepted as the highest category in vegetation taxonomy. Vegetation classes, following the tradition, are defined mainly on the basis of character species.…
Vegetation dynamics in a wet dune slack I: rare species decline on the Waddenisland of Schiermonnikoog in The Netherlands
SUMMARY Vegetation changes in a wet dune slack complex have been studied over a period of 23 years, including some dry (1973–1977) and wet (1983–1987) periods. The vegetation was recorded in 1964,…
A study on long-term salt-marsh succession using permanent plots
Succession of plant communities on a salt marsh at the Boschplaat, Terschelling (The Netherlands) is described on the basis of relevés from permanent plots in three transects, covering a period of…
Salt marsh communities of three West Frisian Islands, with some notes on their long-term succession during half a century
- V. Westhoff
The salt marsh communities of three West Frisian islands were studied from 1937–1946, but as yet the results have only been published in summaries (Westhoff 1947, Beeftink 1965, Dijkema amp; Wolff…
A STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF DESALINATION ON THE JUNCETUM GERARDII
SUMMARY The effect of desalination on the Juncetum gerardii was studied by means of permanent quadrats from 1933 up to and including 1966. One of the quadrats has been safeguarded against grazing…
The influence of the sea on lakes and wetlands and blanket bog in West-Connemara, Ireland
Extinction and reintroduction of the bryophyte Scorpidium scorpioides in a rich-fen spring site in the Netherlands
A transplantation experiment with S. scorpioides resulted in establishment of new shoots throughout the spring channel up to a distance of 2 m from the initial transplants within three years, which confirmed that the water composition is not detrimental to the species.